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World - Air strikes pound rebel-held areas of Aleppo: Syrian Observatory

At least 20 air strikes hit rebel-held areas of Syria`s northern city of Aleppo on Saturday, in the ninth straight day of violence in which bombardments by both sides have killed nearly 250 civilians, a monitoring group said. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights did not immediately say whether Syrian government warplanes or Russian jets, which have been supporting Damascus, carried out the strikes. Bombing by the government side on rebel-held areas of Aleppo since April 22 have killed 140 people including 19 children, the Observatory said.

Saturday, April 30, 2016  11:05


World - The lonely struggle of missing Mexican students` parents

There were no tears and their faces were hardened by 19 months of grief and anger as the parents of 43 Mexican students who vanished in 2014 marched in the capital. Less than two years ago, they would have been surrounded by tens of thousands of people as they protested against President Enrique Pena Nieto`s handling of the case. While the mass disappearance has tainted Mexico`s image abroad, the protests have waned and Pena Nieto`s administration is weathering the criticism despite falling approval ratings.

Saturday, April 30, 2016  07:08


World - Bomb attack on Shi`ite pilgrims in Baghdad kills at least 19: sources

A suicide bomber driving a car killed at least 19 people and wounded 48 others on Saturday in an attack claimed by Islamic State on a group of Shi`ite Muslim pilgrims in a southeastern suburb of Baghdad, Iraqi police sources said. A second explosion near a Shi`ite militia checkpoint in the capital`s Dora district killed two and wounded three others, police sources said. Amaq news agency, which supports Islamic State, said a fighter in the Nahrawan district had driven a truck loaded with three tonnes of explosives into the gathering of Shi`ite pilgrims.

Saturday, April 30, 2016  11:42


World - Leicester City have Britain`s bookmakers on run

Leicester City, 5,000/1 no-hopers before the season started, will be responsible for an `unprecedented` £15 million ($22 million, 19 million euros) pay-out by Britain`s bookmakers if they win the Premier League title, according to an industry insider. The Foxes need just three points from their remaining three league games this season to be crowned champions of England for the first time in their history and the Midlands club will take the title if they win at football giants Manchester United`s Old Trafford ground on Sunday. `We are looking at a £3 million pay-out and the industry as a whole £15 million,` Joe Crilly, of leading British betting firm William Hill, told AFP on Friday.

Saturday, April 30, 2016  01:20


World - British ex-MEP jailed over expenses fraud

A former member of the European Parliament (MEP) was on Friday jailed for four years in Britain for falsely claiming more than £100,000 ($146,000, 128,000 euros) in expenses. Peter Skinner, a British MEP for the Labour party between 1994 and 2014, was convicted of fraud, false accounting and making a false instrument. Prosecutor Jonathan Davies said the total lost to the European Parliament was £132,434.02, and the judge agreed that it was `in excess of £100,000`.

Friday, April 29, 2016  22:00


World - Royal Bank of Scotland says doubles quarterly net loss

Britain`s state-rescued Royal Bank of Scotland on Friday said net losses more than doubled in the first quarter owing to an exceptional payment back to the government. Losses after tax in the first three months of the year stood at £968 million ($1.4 billion, 1.2 billion euros), which compared with a net loss of £459 million in the first quarter of 2015, RBS said in an earnings statement. `An attributable loss of £968 million included payment of the final Dividend Access Share (DAS) dividend of £1,193 million to the UK government,` RBS said.

Friday, April 29, 2016  08:57


Sports - Rory McIlroy set for French Open return

Rory McIlroy is to play in the French Open at the end of June as part of his preparations for the British Open, organisers announced on Monday. The 26-year-old from Northern Ireland believes that the tough challenge of playing at Le Golf National near Versailles ‚ the host venue for the 2018 Ryder Cup ‚ will help him get ready for the third major of the year, at Royal Troon in western Scotland. `I feel that playing in the 100th Open de France at Le Golf National will be the best way to get ready for The Open, which is just two weeks after the French Open,` the four-time major winner said.

Monday, April 25, 2016  10:29


World - France says it will increase forces in Ivory Coast

France will increase the number of its troops in Ivory Coast, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Friday on a trip to the African nation which hosts a regional base for French forces. `This summer the French forces in Ivory Coast will increase from 500 to 900 men and form the forward operating base for west Africa,` he said while visiting French forces in the Ivorian capital. The increase was already included in the military budget but comes at a time of growing regional terror threats, especially after an Islamist attack on the beach resort of Grand Bassam, near Abidjan, in March that left 19 people dead.

Saturday, April 30, 2016  04:24


World - F1 driver Rosberg quickest again ahead of Hamilton

Nico Rosberg topped the times ahead of his Mercedes team-mate and defending three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton in Friday`s opening free practice for this weekend`s Russian Grand Prix. Four-time champion German Sebastian Vettel was third-fastest for Ferrari ahead of his team-mate, the Finn Kimi Raikkonen, the leading teams proving again that they have established themselves at the front of the field. For Rosberg, it was confirmation that he can maintain his current supremacy over Hamilton after winning six races in succession, including three last season ‚ - a run that has lifted him 36 points clear at the top of the title race.

Friday, April 29, 2016  10:29


World - London`s Big Ben to fall silent during repairs

Big Ben will fall silent for several months while the iconic London clock tower next to the Houses of Parliament undergoes much-needed needed repairs, officials said on Tuesday. The bell, whose chimes feature on British television and radio news bulletins, will be silenced as part of £29 million (37 million euros, $42 million) repairs starting in 2017 and lasting for three years. `The clock mechanism will need to be stopped for several months in order to carry out essential maintenance,` a House of Commons spokeswoman said.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016  17:48

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