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Top Stories - `Eerily similar` quake hit Italy before

A powerful quake strikes near the Earth`s surface in the early morning darkness, shaking people from their slumber and demolishing buildings in historic mountain towns.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  23:28


Asia-Pacific - 3 Suspects in 2009 Attack on Sri Lankan Cricket Team Are Killed in Pakistan

The police said the men, and a fourth militant, had died in a shootout when another group of militants tried to free them from custody.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  21:52


World - `Eerily similar` quake hit Italian region in 2009

A powerful quake strikes near the Earth`s surface in the early morning darkness, shaking people from their slumber and demolishing buildings in historic mountain towns.

Thursday, August 25, 2016  12:46


World - Gabon opposition chief claims election victory

Gabon`s main opposition candidate Jean Ping claimed Sunday he had been elected president, unseating Ali Bongo as leader of the oil-rich Central African country. Official results are not due out until Tuesday and some voters voiced fears of a repeat of the violence seen after a disputed 2009 election. Bongo, 57, has been in power since the 2009 election held after the death of his father, Omar, who had ruled Gabon for 41 years.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  18:05


World - L`Aquila is grim reminder of struggle facing Italy`s quake-hit towns

By Gavin Jones L`AQUILA, Italy (Reuters) - Seven years after being devastated by an earthquake that killed more than 300 people, L`Aquila`s abandoned city center is a stark reminder of the struggle facing Italian towns hit by a quake last week. `This place is one big building site,` said Luca Dioletta, the owner of Bar Duomo in the L`Aquila`s main square, dominated by the neoclassical cathedral which is one of few buildings not shrouded in protective tarpaulins. Bar Duomo, which opened just a month ago, is the only bar or restaurant in the square which used to teem with life before the quake struck on April 6, 2009.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  11:17


World - Rivals both claim victory as Gabon waits for vote results

Gabon`s President Ali Bongo and his only serious rival have both claimed victory in this weekend`s presidential election, and accused each other of cheating. Bongo, 57, has been in power since a disputed election held in 2009 after the death of his father, Omar Bongo, who had ruled the oil-rich Central African country for 41 years. On Sunday, the campaign manager of Bongo`s rival Jean Ping told reporters that the former head of the African Union Commission had won 60 percent of votes counted so far, just under half of the total, against 38 percent for the president.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  12:43


World - Pakistan says 4 militants behind 2009 cricket attack killed

LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani officials say four Islamic extremists allegedly involved in a 2009 attack on the visiting Sri Lankan cricket team have been killed in a shootout with police.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  10:20


World - Bongo`s fate in the balance as Gabon goes to the polls

The people of Gabon vote Saturday to decide whether President Ali Bongo will remain in office or be unseated by a career diplomat and close associate of his late father, who ran the country for 41 years. The election takes place in a climate of persistent social unrest driven in large part by the economic impact of the slump in the price of oil, which has long dominated Gabon`s economy. Bongo, 57, and ex-African Union Commission chief Jean Ping, 73, who both worked under Omar Bongo until he died in 2009, are seen as the only credible candidates among a field of 10.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  04:57


World - Five things to know about Gabon

One of Africa`s largest oil producers and among the continent`s wealthier nations, small lush Gabon holds a presidential election Saturday at a time of rising social tension due to the global slump in oil prices. The vote sees one of the strongest challenges yet to 50 years of rule by the Bongo family, with incumbent Ali Bongo, who stepped into his father`s shoes on his death in 2009, challenged by a former top African diplomat, ex-African Union Commission chief Jean Ping. Because of its potential to use abundant offshore oil reserves discovered in the 1970s to build a strong middle class, Gabon was once dubbed `central Africa`s little emirate`.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  04:51


Business - PwC reaches mid-trial deal in lawsuit by Taylor Bean trustee

(Reuters) - PricewaterhouseCoopers has settled a lawsuit accusing the auditing firm of failing to catch the fraud that brought down Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp in 2009, the mortgage lender`s bankruptcy trustee said on Friday.

Friday, August 26, 2016  15:56

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