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World - South Sudan`s troubled agreement is not keeping the peace

JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — When South Sudan`s president signed a peace deal a year ago to try to end the country`s civil war, he added 16 reservations to the agreement.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  12:12


World - Fire kills 17 Kyrgyz nationals in Moscow printing plant

A fire in a Moscow printing plant killed 17 people on Saturday, officials said, and a representative of the Kyrgyz diaspora in Russia said all the dead were members of its community. Around 500,000 citizens of the impoverished former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan are working in Russia. The Investigative Committee, which reports directly to President Vladimir Putin, said a criminal inquiry had been launched into the deaths of 16 of the victims of the blaze.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  12:03


America - Federal Investigators in Brazil to Seek Graft Charges Against Ex-President Da Silva

The move by the Federal Police, an investigative force similar to the F.B.I., deals a new blow to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and his once-dominant Workers` Party.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  01:42


World - Bangladesh police kill suspected cafe attack mastermind

Bangladesh police stormed a militant hideout outside Dhaka Saturday, shooting dead three Islamist extremists, including the suspected mastermind of a horrific attack on a cafe that killed 22 mostly foreign hostages last month. The three bodies were retrieved after police staged an hour-long gun battle with extremists in Narayanganj, a city 25 kilometres (16 miles) south of Dhaka, officers said. `Tamim Chowdhury is dead.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  09:04


World - Doctor who praised Trump`s health says he wrote note in a rush

Donald Trump`s personal doctor, who gave the Republican presidential candidate a glowing health report, told NBC News Friday that he penned that note in five minutes as Trump`s car waited. `I try to get four or five lines down as fast as possible so that they would be happy,` physician Harold Bornstein of New York`s Lenox Hill Hospital said. Bornstein did say he stands by the original bill of health he gave Trump, who at age 70 -- 16 months older than Clinton -- would be the oldest person to assume the presidency if elected.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  04:51


World - Fire kills at least 16 in Moscow printing works

A fire in a warehouse at a Moscow printing works killed at least 16 people on Saturday morning, an Emergencies Ministry official told Rossiya-24 TV station. `Sixteen bodies were found in a room, four injured were brought to hospitals in Moscow.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  09:49


World - At least 16 dead in Moscow warehouse fire: ministry

At least 16 people died in a fire that broke out at a Moscow warehouse on Saturday morning, Russian authorities said. Emergency workers arrived at the scene at 0500 GMT to put out a blaze that had engulfed 200 square metres of a warehouse in an industrial zone in the north of the Russian capital. A police source told Russian new agencies that the victims were likely migrants from former Soviet republics and that the warehouse belonged to a local printing company.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  09:40


World - Thailand frees prominent activist over royal insult

Thailand has freed a political activist after eight years in jail for insulting the country`s widely revered monarchy under its draconian royal defamation laws. Daranee Charnchoengsilpakul, also known as `Da Torpedo`, was freed on Saturday under an annual series of royal pardons, Charnchao Chaiyanukij, permanent secretary of the Justice Ministry, told Reuters. Daranee, a key supporter of ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, was convicted of making defamatory comments against the monarchy during a fiery speech at a political rally in 2008.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  09:52


World - Rousseff allies fight impeachment in Brazil turmoil

Brasília (AFP) - Angry quarrels erupted at suspended Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff`s impeachment trial, while her key ally, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, faced corruption charges on a day of turmoil for Latin America`s largest country. Day two of Rousseff`s Senate trial in the capital Brasilia began with shouting matches that forced Supreme Court Chief Justice Ricardo Lewandowski to put the session temporarily on hold until tempers calmed. About two-thirds of the senators have current or past brushes with the law, according to corruption watchdog Transparencia Brasil.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  07:09


World - Brazil police urge graft charges against ex-leader Lula

The Brazilian police recommended corruption charges against former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Friday as part of a probe into a huge embezzlement scheme at the state oil company Petrobras. The decision struck the latest in a series of blows against Lula and his suspended successor Dilma Rousseff as they battle to stop their once-mighty Workers` Party from crumbling. Lula`s lawyer branded it a politically motivated move.

Saturday, August 27, 2016  04:51

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