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World - Tunisia forces kill six after standoff with militants outside Tunis

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian security forces on Friday killed six people, including five women, after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis two days before a parliamentary election, authorities said. The raid on the house in Oued Ellil, west of Tunis, was the latest operation in Tunisia`s crackdown on Islamist militants authorities say threaten the country`s transition to democracy following the 2011 fall of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. ...

Friday, October 24, 2014  12:44


World - Six dead in raid on besieged Tunisia house

Six people, including five women, were killed Friday when Tunisian security forces stormed a house where gunmen were locked in a standoff with police near the capital, the authorities said. One gunman was among the dead while another was hospitalised along with two children who were inside the house, interior ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told reporters at the scene.

Friday, October 24, 2014  12:26


World - Gunmen face ultimatum in deadly Tunisia house siege

Tunisian authorities warned Friday that they would storm a house where women and children are caught up in a deadly standoff unless the gunmen inside surrender within hours. We will give them an ultimatum of one or two hours maximum, then we will lead the assault,` interior ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told reporters. At least two armed men wanted by the security forces have been holed up in the home in the town of Oued Ellil, a suburb of Tunis, since Thursday. Defence ministry spokesman Belhassen Oueslati said that the number of women inside the house could be `four to six`.

Friday, October 24, 2014  11:12


Business - 3 Signs of You Becoming a Thought Leader

The phrase thought leader instantly sparks up names like Timothy Ferriss, Guy Kawasaki, and all the successful bloggers throughout the World. I`m not keen on considering myself as a thought leader, but I do seem to have quite the community behind my name to support that claim, that`s always nice!Thought leaders don`t get manufactured overnight,...

Thursday, October 23, 2014  12:38


Business - 5 Secrets to Building a Successful Mobile Application

The mobile industry will forever change how we consume information around the World, unsurprisingly - we will probably experience similar changes to local communities, neighborhoods. I just read an article that says that the mobile gaming industry will soon overtake console gaming market, I wonder what those investors are starting to feel...

Thursday, October 23, 2014  12:01


Business - Designing Reflective Gear for Cyclists #ArtofY

In high school, Michael Cherman, 23, knew he wanted to be a clothing designer. He made shirts and sold them out of the back of his car. His dream led him to Parsons, but he stayed only a year. He wanted to learn on the job, and found his way into a graphic design role at Nike`s Bowery Stadium store. There he worked until the store`s closure in...

Tuesday, October 21, 2014  18:07


Sports - Royals look to bounce back but rue missed opportunity

By Larry Fine KANSAS CITY Missouri (Reuters) - The Cinderella Kansas City Royals tasted defeat for the first time in a fairytale postseason in their World Series opener on Tuesday but stalwart Alex Gordon was unfazed. After reaching the playoffs for the first time in 29 years, the Royals roared through the first eight games in unprecedented fashion before being cut down 7-1 by the visiting San Francisco Giants. `It would have been nice to go 12-0,` said Gordon after Kansas City`s first loss since Sept. 27. ...

Wednesday, October 22, 2014  07:43


Top Stories - Will Pistorius compete again?

Craig Spence from the IPC tells Alex Thomas that Pistorius will be banned from competing for the 5 years of his sentence.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014  14:27


World - Nigerians doubtful of girls` release after Boko Haram `truce` breached

By Tim Cocks LAGOS (Reuters) - - A wave of violence hours after Nigeria`s government announced a truce with Boko Haram raised doubt on Sunday about whether more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by the Islamist militants will really be released, deflating the new hopes of their parents. Nigeria`s armed forces chief Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh announced the ceasefire on Friday to enable the release of the girls, who were abducted from the remote northeastern village of Chiboke in April. ...

Sunday, October 19, 2014  14:09


World - Nigeria aims to have abducted girls freed by Tuesday: government sources

By Felix Onuah ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria aims to secure the release by Tuesday of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist Boko Haram militants, two senior government sources said on Saturday, although they declined to comment on where this handover would take place. Nigeria`s armed forces chief, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, announced on Friday a deal with Boko Haram for a ceasefire that would enable the release of the girls, whose abduction while taking exams in the remote northeastern town of Chibok in April caused international shock and outrage. ...

Saturday, October 18, 2014  15:10

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