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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


World - `No breakthrough` seen at Iran nuclear talks

World powers negotiating a deal with Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions were grappling for a breakthrough as last-ditch talks dragged into a sixth day Thursday. With the diplomatic drive playing out both in Vienna and Tehran, ministers held a flurry of meetings as the clock ticked down to a new July 7 deadline. UN nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano held talks in Tehran with the chairman of Iran`s Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, and was due to meet President Hassan Rouhani later in the day.

Thursday, July 02, 2015  13:11


World - In emails, Hillary`s outside advisers pushed hawkish Afghan line

By Warren Strobel and Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the fall of 2009, as U.S. President Barack Obama conducted a long, divisive review of whether to pour more U.S. troops into Afghanistan, an influential group of advisors were quietly pushing a hawkish line. The emails reveal how, even as Obama ran a highly formalized Afghan policy review of near-endless meetings and position papers, Hillary Clinton was receptive to outsiders` sometimes off-the-cuff views delivered through back-channels.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  23:27


World - Egypt`s North Sinai `100 percent under control` after clashes: spokesman

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt`s military spokesman said on Wednesday the situation in North Sinai was `100 percent under control`, following clashes with militants that left more than 100 people dead. The spokesman, Mohamed Sanir, was speaking by phone to state television. Islamic State`s Egyptian affiliate, Sinai Province, had claimed responsibility for attacks on more than 15 security sites. The military said 17 of its soldiers were killed. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Stephen Kalin; Editing by Leslie Adler)

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  22:32


World - Egypt army says at least 100 militants killed in North Sinai

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt`s general command for the armed forces said on Wednesday the army had killed at least 100 militants in North Sinai, after the militants attacked military checkpoints in the region. The statement, which was aired on state television, said 17 soldiers, including four officers, were also killed. Thirteen soldiers were also wounded. (Reporting by Mahmoud Mourad and Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Yara Bayoumy; Editing by Larry King)

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  19:30


Top Stories - Tunisia hero begs forgiveness

Abdul Ali Ladhari and his friends waited 45 minutes before the police finally arrived. He`s sure, he says, because he watched every minute drag by on his phone, unwilling to believe that help still hadn`t come.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  17:59


Top Stories - Tourists begged to forgive Tunisia

Abdul Ali Ladhari and his friends waited 45 minutes before the police finally arrived. He`s sure, he says, because he watched every minute drag by on his phone, unwilling to believe that help still hadn`t come.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  17:23


World - Tunisia begins new deployment to protect tourists: ministry

Tunisia began deploying armed police to protect foreign tourists on Wednesday after last week`s deadly jihadist attack on a beach resort, the interior ministry said. AFP correspondents saw no increased security at tourist sites they visited during the morning but a ministry spokesman said the deployment was beginning with hotels and seaside resorts. `This morning, we started to deploy and armed police will be in hotels within the hour,` spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told AFP.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  12:46


World - IAEA chief Amano to travel to Iran for nuclear talks

VIENNA (Reuters) - IAEA chief Yukiya Amano will be in Tehran on Thursday to meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and other officials, an Iranian official said on Wednesday. `Amano will meet Rouhani and (the secretary of Iran`s Supreme National Security Council) Ali Shamkhani during his Tehran visit,` the official said. (Reporting By Parisa Hafezi and John Irish)

Wednesday, July 01, 2015  10:31

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