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World - Flare-up in Yemen violence kills 80

A flare-up in violence across Yemen on Tuesday killed 80 people, nearly half of them civilians, officials said, as lengthy peace talks in Kuwait made no headway. It also comes as UN-brokered talks between Iran-backed Huthi rebels and the government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi stuttered despite a visit by UN chief Ban Ki-moon to push the negotiations. In the deadliest violence, warplanes from the Saudi-led pro-government coalition killed 34 people, including 19 civilians when they targeted the Shiite rebels in the southwestern region of Taez, a Yemeni military official said.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  17:28


Asia-Pacific - Japan uses anime to target young voters

Officials are hoping anime and manga will persuade newly enfranchised 18- and 19-year-olds to vote.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  12:38


World - Press hammer `clueless` England over Euro debacle

The British press slammed the England football team as clueless, shambolic and embarrassing after their humiliating 2-1 defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016 on Monday. The Daily Mail compared the defeat in Nice to England`s 1-0 loss to a part-time United States side at the 1950 World Cup in Brazil and the British referendum vote last week to leave the European Union. `A lot of people in England have been trying to turn back time over the last few days ‚ and Roy Hodgson managed to get it all the way back to Belo Horizonte in 1950,` mused the Mail.

Monday, June 27, 2016  23:38


World - Bank of England `to provide` more than £250 bn

The Bank of England `stands ready to provide` more than £250 billion of funds to aid the smooth functioning of markets after the Brexit vote, governor Mark Carney said Friday. `As a backstop, and to support the functioning of markets, the Bank of England stands ready to provide more than £250 billion ($370 billion, 326 billion euros) of additional funds through its normal facilities,` Carney said in a televised statement. `The Bank of England is also able to provide substantial liquidity in foreign currency, if required,` he added.

Friday, June 24, 2016  09:26


World - Wanyama rejoins old boss Pochettino at Spurs

Midfield enforcer Victor Wanyama became the first player from Southampton to join up with former manager Mauricio Pochettino when he signed for Spurs from their Premier League rivals on Thursday. The 24-year-old Kenyan international -- who Southampton refused to sell to Spurs last year -- will cost a reported £9 million ($13.4 million, 11.7 million euros), although with add-ons it could rise to £12 million. Wanyama signed a five-year contract and is Pochettino`s first signing of the close season, as he builds a side not only for the Premier League campaign but also the Champions League after they finished third last term.

Thursday, June 23, 2016  22:25


World - In divided Belfast, Brexit vote sows uncertainty

The Brexit vote has sown uncertainty in the still divided communities of Belfast, where memories of the conflict that tore the province apart for three decades are all too raw. Many nationalists, who support a united Ireland and do not regard themselves as British, are concerned about a return to Westminster rule minus the counterbalancing influence of Brussels. `I would definitely now vote for a united Ireland because then we‚ d be part of the European Union ‚ - nobody trusts an English government,` said Marion Connolly, 25.

Saturday, June 25, 2016  19:39


Africa - Bodies of 19 Ethiopian migrants repatriated

The bodies of 19 Ethiopian migrants who suffocated to death in a container in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been returned home.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016  02:35


World - Misfiring England leave Hodgson exposed at Euro 2016

Saint-√ tienne (France) (AFP) - England`s frustrating 0-0 draw with Slovakia at Euro 2016 has left manager Roy Hodgson facing a wave of criticism over his inability to make his talent-packed squad click. Despite 29 attempts at goal, England had to settle for a draw in Saint-Etienne on Monday, consigning them to second place behind Wales in Group B and setting them on a quarter-final collision course with hosts France. Having made six changes to his starting XI, Hodgson came in for strong criticism in the British media on Tuesday, accused of taking a `gamble` that had failed to pay off.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016  11:50


World - Bomb attacks on ex-Qaeda bastion in Yemen kill 19

A wave of suicide bombings targeting Yemeni troops killed at least 19 people Monday in the southeastern city of Mukalla, which Al-Qaeda was driven out of in April, officials said. Provincial capital `Mukalla witnessed five suicide attacks in four areas,` the governor of the vast Hadramawt province, Ahmed Saeed bin Breyk, told AFP. In the first attack, a suicide bomber on a motorbike asked soldiers if he could eat with them before blowing himself up, the official said.

Monday, June 27, 2016  19:26


World - 19 dead in bomb attacks on ex-Qaeda bastion in Yemen

A wave of suicide bombings targeting Yemeni troops killed at least 19 people Monday in the southeastern city of Mukalla, which Al-Qaeda was driven out of in April, an official said. The attacks were all carried out by suicide bombers, the source told AFP. Mukalla, capital of the vast Hadramawt province, remained under Al-Qaeda control for one year before pro-government troops, backed by a Saudi-led coalition, drove the jihadists out in April.

Monday, June 27, 2016  18:25

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