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World - In a Yemen hospital, malnutrition menaces young lives

By Khaled Abdullah SANAA (Reuters) - Born just before the outbreak of Yemen`s devastating war, Ali Mohammed al-Tawaari may well not survive it. Ali suffers malnourishment and complications from a botched circumcision performed by an unqualified practitioner. When the war began in March, between the country`s Houthi movement and an exiled government backed by Gulf Arab states, hundreds of foreign, mostly Asian, medical staff members, were evacuated to their countries, leaving their jobs in Yemeni hospitals.

Friday, July 31, 2015  18:28


World - French police release Gabon official held in corruption probe

French police have released the chief of staff to Gabon`s President Ali Bongo who was detained for questioning in a corruption probe after the foreign ministry said he had diplomatic immunity, a judicial source said on Tuesday. Monday`s arrest of one of Gabon`s most influential and controversial figures, Maixent Accrombessi, had been sharply condemned by Libreville, stoking tensions between the oil-rich Central African country and France, from which it won independence in 1960. France`s foreign ministry received a letter from Gabon`s presidency late on Monday saying that Accrombessi, who is one of Bongo`s closest advisors, was on a `special mission` in the country from July 19th to August 5th, the judicial source said.

Tuesday, August 04, 2015  11:54


World - Gabon leader`s chief-of-staff freed after being held in Paris

The Gabonese president`s chief-of-staff was freed Tuesday after being briefly detained at a Paris airport on suspicion of corruption as he was about to fly back to Libreville. Maixent Accrombessi, who is very close to Gabonese leader Ali Bongo Ondimba, was detained at Paris`s main Charles de Gaulle airport `for corruption of a foreign public official`, said a French judicial source, who wished to remain anonymous. The arrest sparked fury in Gabon.

Tuesday, August 04, 2015  08:35


World - Iranian censors act against critics of nuclear deal: ISNA

Iran`s Press Supervisory Board has suspended a hardline newspaper and cautioned two other outlets for criticizing last month`s nuclear deal with world powers -- a rare move for a body more used to upholding social conservatism. The board suspended `9 Dey`, a weekly newspaper that accused Tehran`s negotiators of overstepping Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei`s red lines in the negotiations, and referred its case to a court, the ISNA news agency reported on Monday. The pact has been the subject of intense debate in the Islamic Republic, and President Hassan Rouhani took to the airwaves on Sunday evening to talk up the achievements of Iranian diplomats.

Monday, August 03, 2015  21:32


World - Israel president threatened over `Jewish terrorism` comment

Police have opened an investigation into online threats against Israel`s president following his condemnation of `Jewish terrorism` after a firebombing killed a Palestinian child, a presidential spokesman said on Monday. President Reuven Rivlin had written a Facebook post following Friday`s arson attack by suspected Jewish extremists on a Palestinian family`s home in the West Bank village of Duma. The attack killed 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and critically injured left his parents and four-year-old brother.

Monday, August 03, 2015  18:51


World - Second top Iraqi oil official shot dead in Kirkuk: police

Gunmen shot dead a senior official working for Iraq`s North Oil Company (NOC) on Monday, police and company officials said, just over a month after his predecessor at the state-run firm was gunned down. Chief engineer Saad Ali Hussain was driving to his office in the northern oil city of Kirkuk when gunmen in a sports utility vehicle opened fire, killing him and his driver, police Brigadier Sarhat Qadir said. Hussain was appointed NOC`s chief of operations after his predecessor was shot dead in late June as he was leaving the office.

Monday, August 03, 2015  15:06


World - Pakistan sweeps T20 series with tense 1-wicket win

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Shahid Afridi then Anwar Ali lifted Pakistan from nowhere to beat Sri Lanka by one wicket with four balls left and sweep their two-match Twenty20 series on Saturday.

Saturday, August 01, 2015  18:37


World - Iran`s parliament has no power over nuclear deal, top negotiator says

Iran`s parliament does not have authority over the nuclear agreement signed with world powers last month, the Islamic Republic`s top nuclear negotiator was quoted as saying on Saturday. The comments from Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran`s atomic energy agency, are the latest volley in a lengthy battle between Iranian officials supportive of the deal, and hardliners who are skeptical of it. The conservative-dominated parliament in June passed a bill imposing strict conditions on any nuclear deal, such as barring international inspectors from Iran`s military sites.

Saturday, August 01, 2015  15:20


World - Yemeni vice president arrives in Aden, fighting continues in country

By Mohammed Mukhashaf ADEN, Yemen (Reuters) - Yemeni vice president Khaled Bahah arrived in the southern port city of Aden on Saturday, the most senior official from Yemen`s exiled government to visit since local fighters drove out the Iranian-backed Houthis. Airport officials said Bahah, who is also prime minister, was accompanied by six ministers when he flew in from the Saudi capital Riyadh, where the Yemeni government had been based since President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi fled a Houthi advance on Aden in March. Since then, hundreds have been killed in fierce clashes between pro-Hadi fighters, backed up by air strikes from a Saudi-led Arab alliance, and the Houthis, who have struck an alliance with supporters of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Saturday, August 01, 2015  15:03


World - Slain Palestinian toddler`s parents, brother fighting for lives

The parents and brother of a Palestinian toddler burned to death by suspected Jewish extremists were fighting for their lives on Saturday, as protests over the arson attack entered a second day. The firebombing of the family`s home in the occupied West Bank, which killed 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha, sparked an international outcry over Israel`s failure to get to grips with violence by hardline Jewish settlers. Mother Riham and four-year-old brother Ahmed were being treated at Tel Hashomer hospital near Tel Aviv, where a spokeswoman described their condition as life-threatening.

Saturday, August 01, 2015  11:46

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