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World - Feds: Nothing new on Tsarnaev, 3 slayings


BOSTON (AP) — Prosecutors said in a court filing Friday they don`t have any new evidence that the brother of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was involved in a 2011 triple slaying and have no witness who will testify to what Tsarnaev knew about his brother and the killings.


Saturday, October 25, 2014  03:12

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World - Three years after Libya revolt, `Dubai dream` still far off


When longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi`s regime collapsed in a 2011 revolution, many Libyans looked to affluent and booming Dubai as an example of what the future could hold. On October 23, 2011, three days after Kadhafi was captured and killed, transitional authorities announced the `total liberation` of Libya, in a joyous declaration from the eastern city of Benghazi, birthplace of the eight-month conflict. In a country with two governments -- one internationally recognised and the other self-declared -- the anniversary comes at a time of deadly clashes between pro- and anti-government militias in Benghazi and west Libya. `When the country`s `liberation` was announced, our ambition was to become a new Dubai thanks to oil revenues,` said Mohamed al-Karghali, a 39-year-old teacher who fought in the revolt.


Thursday, October 23, 2014  05:21

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World - Five Lebanon troops wounded in Tripoli clash


Five Lebanese army troops and a number of Islamist gunmen were wounded in a clash late Friday in a historic area of the northern city of Tripoli, a security official said. `The number of wounded soldiers has risen to five,` said the official, who spoke to AFP on condition of anonymity, adding that `several gunmen have been injured, while others have been arrested.` The clash that initially erupted in the souks (traditional markets) area of Lebanon`s second city also extended to other areas. Ever since the war in neighbouring Syria broke out in 2011, Tripoli has been the scene of regular fighting between Sunni militants and members of Lebanon`s Alawite minority.


Friday, October 24, 2014  20:27

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World - Political Islam tries to adapt to Tunisia election landscape


By Tarek Amara SFAX Tunisia (Reuters) - From behind a niqab veil masking all but her eyes, Tunisian activist Fedia Mkaouar stops passersby in a busy street to make a pitch for her conservative Islamist party chasing votes in Sunday`s parliamentary election. When Tunisians held their first ballot a few months after the 2011 fall of Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, conservative Islamists like Mkaouar rejected the vote amid fierce debate over Islam in politics that threatened to engulf its nascent democracy. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  17:06

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World - Tunisian forces kill six after standoff with militants outside Tunis


By Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian security forces on Friday killed six people, including five women, after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis two days before a parliamentary election, authorities said. The raid on the house in Oued Ellil, west of Tunis, was the latest operation in Tunisia`s crackdown on Islamist militants authorities say threaten the country`s transition to democracy following the 2011 fall of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  16:47

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Business - Chesapeake Oilfield Services pulls IPO plans


(Reuters) - Chesapeake Oilfield Services, a unit of Chesapeake Energy Corp , said on Friday it would withdraw its plans for an initial public offering. The Oklahoma-based company, in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, did not specify why it was withdrawing the IPO. (http://bit.ly/1t8y2C5) The company, which was formed by Chesapeake in 2011, filed for an IPO of up to $863 million in April 2012. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  16:29

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Business - Rebekah Brooks in New York `explores` job opportunities


(Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks, the former head of News Corp`s British newspaper division who was at the center of a phone hacking scandal, is visiting New York this week, exploring possible jobs, a company spokesman said on Friday. A protege of Murdoch, Brooks has been in meetings at News Corp`s headquarters, the publisher of The Wall Street Journal and New York Post, and elsewhere exploring job possibilities, according to the spokesman. Brooks soared through the ranks at News Corp from a junior newsroom position to become chief executive officer of News International, the British publisher of The Sun and The Times, before stepping down in 2011 in the wake of the phone hacking scandal Brooks stood trial in London this summer for illegal conspiracy to hack into phones and authorizing illegal payments to public officials. The news of her trip to New York was first reported by Capital New York.


Friday, October 24, 2014  15:53

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World - Tunisia forces kill six after standoff with militants outside Tunis


TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian security forces on Friday killed six people, including five women, after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis two days before a parliamentary election, authorities said. The raid on the house in Oued Ellil, west of Tunis, was the latest operation in Tunisia`s crackdown on Islamist militants authorities say threaten the country`s transition to democracy following the 2011 fall of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  12:44

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World - Japan prosecutors delay ruling on possible Fukushima indictments


TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese prosecutors have delayed a decision on whether to charge three former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Co for their handling of the 2011 Fukushima disaster, an official with a special panel that requested an indictment said on Friday. The Tokyo`s District Prosecutors Office had been reinvestigating the case, after a citizens` panel ruled in July that three former Tepco executives, including then-chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata, should be indicted over their handling of the world`s worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  08:42

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World - Saudi Arabia`s Shi`ites fear they are at mercy of region`s tumult


By Angus McDowall RIYADH (Reuters) - The Shi`ite Muslim minority in Saudi Arabia`s Eastern Province have long felt marginalized by the Sunni ruling dynasty, and protests for greater rights as part of the 2011 Arab Spring brought a crackdown on both protesters and demands for reform. But now, death sentences for three Shi`ite Muslims including a prominent dissident cleric suggest that the region`s wider turmoil is further hardening attitudes toward the sect at home. ...


Friday, October 24, 2014  07:11

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