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World - Bahrain opposition head rejects charges as trial opens


Bahraini Shiite opposition chief Sheikh Ali Salman, in custody for allegedly trying to overthrow the kingdom`s Sunni regime, rejected the charge as his trial opened Wednesday, a judicial source said. The judge decided to keep Salman behind bars and set the next hearing in Manama for February 25, his influential Al-Wefaq bloc said in a statement. Salman has been accused of `promoting the overthrow and change of the political regime by force`, and of inciting disobedience and hatred in public statements. He was present at Wednesday`s hearing at the Higher Criminal Court, held under tight security and attended by representatives of several Western embassies.


Wednesday, January 28, 2015  15:17

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World - Bahrain`s most senior opposition leader goes on trial


By Farishta Saeed MANAMA(Reuters) - Bahrain`s top opposition leader went on trial on Wednesday on charges of promoting the violent overthrow of the political system, a case that has riled his followers and inflamed unrest in the Sunni-ruled Gulf Arab state. Sheikh Ali Salman`s detention after a protest rally in December sparked violent demonstrations in Bahrain, with protesters throwing iron bars and stones at security forces who fired tear gas, rubber bullets and bird shot. Appearing in court on Wednesday, Salman denied all the charges and said he had been calling for reforms in Bahrain through legal and peaceful means, according to defense team member Mohamed Ahmed. Sheikh Salman also said he had conveyed this position to King Hamad and Crown Prince Salman in person, according to Ahmed.


Wednesday, January 28, 2015  14:23

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World - Somali PM issues new cabinet list after MP veto


Somalia`s new prime minister proposed a new cabinet after parliament rejected his last list of candidates, prompting international concerns political power struggles were stalling progress. Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, appointed last month after a damaging spat between his predecessor and internationally-backed President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, appealed to lawmakers to pass the latest list. `Further delays could jeopardise the progress Somalia has made towards building peace and security,` said the statement, also signed by the European Union, United Nations and United States. Somalia is due to vote on a new constitution next year ahead of elections in 2016, but Al-Qaeda affiliated Shebab fighters remain a major threat and stage regular attacks.


Wednesday, January 28, 2015  08:36

NYTimes

Middle East - Yemen Calm but Confused After President`s Resignation


Houthi militiamen appeared to be consolidating their control, and there were reports that Parliament might reject the president`s resignation.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  01:48

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Middle East - Yemen Government in Limbo Amid Uncertainty Over President`s Resignation


Houthi militiamen appeared to be consolidating their control, and there were reports that Parliament might reject the president`s resignation.


Friday, January 23, 2015  23:25

NYTimes

Middle East - Yemen Government in Limbo Amid Uncertainty Over President`s Resigation


Houthi militiamen appeared to be consolidating their control, and there were reports that Parliament might reject the president`s resignation.


Friday, January 23, 2015  17:39

NYTimes

Middle East - Yemeni Leader in Limbo Amid Uncertainty His Resignation Will Be Accepted


Houthi militiamen who have besieged the presidential palace all week appeared to be consolidating their control, patrolling the capital in pickup trucks.


Friday, January 23, 2015  13:45

NYTimes

Middle East - News Analysis: At Risk of Fragmenting, Yemen Poses Dangers to U.S.


The chaos could provide greater opportunities both for Iran and Al Qaeda, whose Yemeni branch claimed responsibility for one of the terrorist attacks in Paris this month.


Thursday, January 22, 2015  02:52

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Middle East - News Analysis: Yemen at Risk of Fragmenting, Posing Challenge for U.S.


The chaos could provide greater opportunities both for Iran and Al Qaeda, whose Yemeni branch claimed responsibility for one of the terrorist attacks in Paris this month.


Thursday, January 22, 2015  00:46

NYTimes

Middle East - Yemen`s President Said to Reach Deal With Houthi Rebels Besieging Capital


Yemen`s official news agency reported that President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi had acceded to the demands of the rebels, but he has still not been seen in public.


Wednesday, January 21, 2015  20:15

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