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World - Tunisia declares state of emergency after hotel attack: state media

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a state of emergency on Saturday following an Islamic militant gun attack on a Sousse beach hotel, where 38 foreign tourists, mostly Britons, were killed, TAP news agency said, citing the president`s office. A state of emergency temporarily gives the government more flexibility and the army and police more authority, and restricts the right of public assembly. Tunisia last had a state of emergency during the 2011 uprising against autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. ...

Saturday, July 04, 2015  15:06


World - Sexual politics and the Mideast

In a packed Cairo theater a couple of months ago, Ali Qandil brought down the house.

Saturday, July 04, 2015  03:17


World - Yemen`s Houthis attack Saudi Arabia`s Najran and Jizan

Yemen`s dominant Houthi group and its army allies said on Saturday it had shelled various areas in Saudi Arabia`s Jizan and Najran, killing and wounding several soldiers. The Houthi-controlled Saba news agency said 13 shells had been launched on Friday, targeting several areas including Jizan`s airport. An alliance of Gulf Arab nations has been bombing Yemen`s Houthi militia and allied army units loyal to powerful ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh since March 26 in an attempt to restore exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to power.

Friday, July 03, 2015  23:58


World - New runway recommended for London Heathrow airport

Britain should build a third runway at London Heathrow airport to ease congestion, a government-appointed commission recommended on Wednesday despite opposition from environmentalists and London mayor Boris Johnson. The runway would cost £17.6 billion (24.8 billion euros, $27.6 billion), but would generate up to £147 billion over 60 years and create more than 70,000 jobs by 2050, the commission said in a long-awaited report. `Heathrow can provide that capacity most easily and quickly.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  11:07


World - Changing viewing habits prompt BBC to cut 1,000 jobs

The public service broadcaster is funded by the licence fee, an annual levy imposed on all British households with a television, which raised £3.72 billion ($5.79 billion, 5.24 billion euros) in the 2013/14 financial year. As part of the 2010 settlement, the BBC agreed to take over funding of the World Service from the Foreign Office, adding further pressure on its budget.

Thursday, July 02, 2015  14:39


World - Newly seen Bacon paintings fetch £30m in London

Two self-portraits by Irish-born British painter Francis Bacon, never seen before in public, sold for £30 million at a London sale on Wednesday, months after being rediscovered in a private collection. `These sublime self-portraits utterly embody the power and emotion of the very best of Bacon`s celebrated small portrait heads,` said the auction house. It shows Bacon aged 65 wearing his mackintosh.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  22:14


World - Sunnis, Shiites hold joint prayers in Bahrain

Dozens of Shiites and Sunnis prayed side by side Friday in a mosque near the capital of Bahrain, a country hit since 2011 by Shiite-led protests against its Sunni rulers. Residents said tight security was in place for the special session of weekly prayers in a mosque at Diraz, a Shiite village west of Manama. The joint prayers were a show of Bahraini `unity in the face of those plotting against the Arab and Islamic world`, said Justice and Islamic Affairs Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ali Al-Khalifa.

Friday, July 03, 2015  19:26


World - Udinese presents Ali Adnan as first Iraqi player in Serie A

UDINE, Italy (AP) Fullback Ali Adnan Kadhim has been presented as the first Iraqi player in Serie A.

Friday, July 03, 2015  13:20


World - Disaffected Tunisia youth `ripe for radicalisation`

Disillusioned with the outcome of the revolution they spearheaded, young Tunisians have become easy prey for jihadist recruiters in the birthplace of the Arab Spring, where thousands have been radicalised, experts say. To political scientist Olfa Lamloum, this comes as little surprise. After Tunisia`s 2011 uprising brought down longtime strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, many young people `believed a better world was possible,` she said.

Thursday, July 02, 2015  17:05


World - Eight dead in new Saudi-led strikes on Yemen`s Sanaa: agency

Saudi-led air strikes killed eight people on Thursday in Yemen`s capital Sanaa, residents and a news agency reported, the first such attacks after a lull of several days. Warplanes of a Saudi-led coalition also launched some 35 raids on the northern Saada province, the main base of Iranian-backed Houthis who came to dominate Yemen last year after they captured Sanaa. The attacks also targeted a house owned by the leader of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh`s General People`s Congress party, which is allied to the Houthis, they said.

Thursday, July 02, 2015  16:10

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