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Top Stories - Gadhafi`s son sentenced to death over 2011 killings


Al-Islam is being held by a militia in Zintan, northwestern Libya, and gave evidence via video link.


Tuesday, July 28, 2015  13:02

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Top Stories - Reports: Gadhafi`s son sentenced to death over 2011 killings


All-Islam is currently being held captive by a former rebel group in Zintan.


Tuesday, July 28, 2015  10:39

CNN

Top Stories - Struggle to start anew in U.S.


Hers is a struggle shared by all freshly arrived refugees in the United States. Learning English. Getting a job. Adapting to American culture.


Saturday, August 01, 2015  11:10

Yahoo

World - Syrian LCC group quits opposition bloc


A major Syrian anti-regime group, the Local Coordination Committees, announced Saturday it had quit the opposition in exile, accusing it of being undermined by internal conflict and manipulated by foreign powers. In a letter to the Syrian National Coalition, the LCC denounced what it termed the SNC`s transformation into `blocs linked to foreign forces`, referring to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. `Unfortunately, we have on several occasions noted its inability to undertake this mission,` added the LCC which through its network of activists across the country has covered events since the beginning of the Syrian crisis in 2011.


Saturday, August 01, 2015  21:42

Yahoo

World - Kerry in Egypt on first leg of Mideast tour


US Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Egypt on Saturday to relaunch a strategic partnership with Washington`s longtime ally, at the start of a regional mini-tour, a correspondent said. Kerry`s trip, which ends on August 8, will not include Israel, one of Washington`s closest allies and a fierce critic of the July 14 deal between the Islamic republic and world powers. During his stop in Cairo, Kerry will meet his counterpart Sameh Shoukri for a `strategic dialogue` between the allies, which have had a tumultuous relationship since Egypt`s 2011 revolution.


Saturday, August 01, 2015  18:19

Yahoo

World - Kerry lands in Egypt on first leg of Mideast tour


US Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Egypt on Saturday to relaunch a strategic partnership with Washington`s longtime ally, at the start of a regional mini-tour, a correspondent said. Kerry`s trip, which ends on August 8, will not include Israel, one of Washington`s closest allies and a fierce critic of the July 14 deal between the Islamic republic and world powers. During his stop in Cairo, Kerry is to meet with his counterpart Sameh Shoukri for a `strategic dialogue` between the allies, which have had a tumultuous relationship since Egypt`s 2011 revolution.


Saturday, August 01, 2015  17:08

Yahoo

World - Five Libyan troops killed, 18 missing after `IS attack`: agency


Five Libyan troops loyal to the internationally recognised government were killed Friday and another 18 are missing after an attack on an eastern checkpoint allegedly carried out by the Islamic State group, a state news agency said. A military source told the LANA agency, loyal to the recognised government, that `five soldiers were killed... and 18 other soldiers are missing in an attack carried out by the Libyan branch of the Islamic State group` on Friday. Plunged into chaos after the 2011 overthrow and killing of dictator Moamer Kadhafi, Libya has two parliaments and governments vying for power, as a slew of armed groups battle for control of its oil wealth.


Saturday, August 01, 2015  01:20

Yahoo

Sports - Lieberman becomes NBA`s second female assistant coach


(Reuters) - Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman became the second female assistant coach to join a National Basketball Association staff when she was hired by the Sacramento Kings, the team announced on Friday. Lieberman, 57, who was head coach of the NBA Development League`s Texas Legends from 2009 to 2011, follows in the footsteps of Becky Hammon, who was hired last year by the San Antonio Spurs.


Friday, July 31, 2015  22:21

Yahoo

Sports - Pettersen leads stormy British Open


Suzann Pettersen was out early in the second round of the Women`s British Open, shot 69 and set a halfway target that no one else could match on a day of horrendous weather at Turnberry. Lydia Ko (73), the world number two, Ryu So Yeon (72), the 2011 US Women`s Open champion, Taiwan`s Teresa Lu (71) and South Korea`s Ko Jin Young were two shots back in joint second.


Friday, July 31, 2015  22:03

Yahoo

World - Angelina Jolie urges justice for Myanmar`s sexual violence victims


Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie on Friday urged Myanmar to ensure those who commit sexual violence are brought to justice after “moving and humbling” meetings with victims in the country`s conflict-torn north. The Oscar-winning star, who is also a special envoy for the United Nations` refugee agency, arrived in Myanmar on Wednesday, meeting President Thein Sein in the capital Naypyidaw before heading to Kachin state in the north, where civil war has raged since 2011 displacing some 100,000 people. `This visit underlined the vulnerability of women and girls living in protracted conflict situations to sexual violence, trafficking, and other human rights violations.


Friday, July 31, 2015  17:16

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