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Africa - Payouts for Ivorian conflict victims


Some 74,000 victims of Ivory Coast`s post-election violence in 2010-2011 are eligible to start receiving payouts in July, say authorities.


Wednesday, May 06, 2015  12:18

CNN

Top Stories - A personal look at life in the Congo


In 2011, journalists flocked to Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to cover the presidential election and the violence leading up to the vote.


Wednesday, May 06, 2015  07:41

Yahoo

World - At least 19 injured in Macedonia anti-government protest


At least 19 people were injured Tuesday, including 15 police officers and a photographer, when an anti-government protest in Macedonian capital turned violent. Police used teargas and watercannon to disperse some 1,000 people who gathered in front of the government building in Skopje following an opposition leader`s accusation that the cabinet of conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski had covered up the 2011 murder of a 22-year old man beaten by police during post-election celebrations. Chanting `Murderers! Murderers!` and demanding the government`s resignation, protesters threw objects and broke windows at the government building, crashed cars parked nearby and torched several containers. Fifteen of the injured were police officers, interior ministry spokesman Ivo Kotevski told AFP, adding that protesters hurled hard objects at the police and that the number of those injured could rise.


Wednesday, May 06, 2015  00:07

Yahoo

World - Ivory Coast`s former rebels cling to their weapons


Abidjan (AFP) - `This, I won`t hand over,` growls Etienne, a former fighter in Ivory Coast who helped President Alassane Ouattara to power in 2011, clutching his rusty Kalashnikov tightly. Etienne and around 1,000 comrades are squatters at the barracks of the Anti-Riot Brigade in Yopougon, a district of the commercial capital Abidjan that was badly hit during a bloody post-electoral power struggle in 2010-2011. For four years, the ex-rebels have occupied the premises in hope of persuading the west African state to reward their part in the fight by providing housing, money or jobs in the security forces. Rebels from the north of the country helped him become head of state in April 2011, after four months of crisis triggered by ousted former president Laurent Gbagbo`s refusal to concede defeat in elections.


Thursday, April 30, 2015  08:37

Yahoo

Sports - Ex-NBA player Crittenton gets 23 years in prison for Atlanta shooting death


By Rich McKay ATLANTA (Reuters) - Former National Basketball Association player Javaris Crittenton pleaded guilty on Wednesday in the 2011 death of an Atlanta woman, admitting he fired an automatic rifle in a drive-by shooting but saying he never meant to kill anyone. Crittenton, 27, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter with a weapon and aggravated assault with a firearm. Opening statements had been expected on Wednesday in the murder case against Crittenton and his cousin, Douglas Gamble, who were accused of gunning down Julian Jones, 22, a mother of four, in August 2011. Crittenton, a point guard who played two seasons in the NBA after being drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2007, said he took the plea deal because it was “time to be a man.” Sobbing, he claimed he intended only to scare someone and was heartbroken to learn he had killed Jones.


Wednesday, April 29, 2015  18:08

Yahoo

World - Macedonian opposition chief: PM tried to cover up a killing


SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) — Macedonia`s opposition leader has accused the country`s prime minister of attempting to cover up the 2011 death of a 22-year-old who was beaten by police during post-election celebrations.


Tuesday, May 05, 2015  20:48

Yahoo

World - France`s Le Pen disowns daughter after party suspension


National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen disowned his daughter and party leader Marine on Tuesday after she suspended him from the far-right French movement, saying he hoped she would lose the 2017 presidential election. The party`s executive committee, chaired by Marine Le Pen, suspended his membership on Monday and said it would strip him of his title of honorary chairman after he repeated his view that Nazi gas chambers were a mere `detail` of World War Two. Marine Le Pen, who succeeded her father as party chief in 2011, has sought to rid the party of its anti-Semitic image and position it as an anti-immigrant Eurosceptic force to woo voters before the 2017 presidential elections. `I`m ashamed that the president of the National Front has my name,` he said in an interview with Europe 1 radio on Tuesday.


Tuesday, May 05, 2015  14:44

Yahoo

World - France`s Le Pen strikes back at daughter after party suspension


National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen hit back at daughter and party leader Marine on Tuesday after she suspended him from the far-right French movement, saying he hopes she loses the 2017 presidential election. The party`s executive committee, chaired by Marine Le Pen, suspended his membership on Monday and said it would strip him of his title of honorary chairman after he repeated his view that Nazi gas chambers were a mere `detail` of World War Two. Marine Le Pen, who succeeded her father as party chief in 2011, has sought to rid the party of its anti-Semitic image and position it as an anti-immigrant Eurosceptic force to woo voters before the 2017 presidential elections. `I`m ashamed that the President of the National Front has my name,` he said in an interview with Europe 1 radio station broadcast on Tuesday.


Tuesday, May 05, 2015  10:27

Yahoo

World - FBI probed Texas gunman `over jihadist sympathies`


One of the men shot dead by police when he and an accomplice attempted to storm an event hosted by an anti-Muslim group in Texas was sentenced to three years` probation in 2011 for lying to US federal agents investigating his alleged jihadist sympathies, it emerged Monday. Investigators were delving into the backgrounds of the two suspected Islamist gunmen -- they were roommates, The Los Angeles Times reported -- who opened fire with assault rifles outside Sunday`s controversial exhibit of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. A quick-acting traffic policeman shot the two suspects before they were able to enter the venue in Garland, a suburb of Dallas. Commentators were quick to draw parallels to a January mass shooting at the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris that killed 12 people and wounded 11 more.


Monday, May 04, 2015  22:53

Yahoo

World - Lula denies peddling influence to aid building firm


Brazil`s former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva denied Monday that he is formally under investigation for influence peddling on behalf of construction giant Odebrecht. Epoca magazine reported last week that Lula was `formally suspected` of using his name to land lucrative deals for Odebrecht in Latin America and Africa between 2011 and 2014. `Epoca is deliberately trying to mislead its readers,` a statement by Lula`s eponymous institute said of the report, which comes as the country grapples with a huge corruption scandal at state oil giant Petrobras. Epoca, part of the powerful Globo media group, said a judicial investigation was under way into a swath of fat contracts negotiated by state development bank BNDES and into what the magazine claimed was Lula`s role in helping to land the deals.


Monday, May 04, 2015  22:17

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