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World - Rwanda seeks life for army officer accused of attack plots


Military prosecution lawyers in Rwanda on Wednesday sought a life sentence for an ex-officer accused of plotting attacks on the state, who was extradited from Uganda despite being a refugee. Joel Mutabazi, a former member of the presidential guard protecting Rwandan President Paul Kagame, fled the country in 2011 but was extradited by Ugandan authorities last year, despite criticism from rights groups. Mutabazi, whose trial opened in January, was indicted on charges of `terrorism, setting up an armed group, spreading rumours with the intention of inciting the public to rise up against the state, murder, crimes against the state and illegal possession of a firearm`. `All these are serious crimes, and for this we request a life sentence`, army prosecutor Faustin Nzakamwita told the military court in the capital Kigali.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  16:05

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World - Tunisia`s chief of army land forces resigns: official


The commander of Tunisia`s army land forces has resigned, the defense ministry said on Wednesday, as the military struggles to contain attacks by al Qaeda-linked militants. Earlier this month, 15 Tunisian soldiers were killed when dozens of gunmen with rocket-propelled grenades attacked two checkpoints in Chaambi, one of the deadliest strikes on the North African country`s armed forces. `We confirm the resignation of the General Mohammed Salah al-Hamedi, the chief of staff of the Tunisian army land forces, for personal reasons,` Rachid Bouhoula, a defense ministry spokesman said, adding that Colonel Major Mohssen al-Farissi would take the role until the president appoints a new chief. Clashes between militants and the armed forces have intensified over the years since a 2011 revolt ousted Tunisia`s former autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  16:05

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World - Poll: Turks divided on Erdogan before election


ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — An opinion poll shows Turks are divided on how they feel about Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan ahead of his bid to become president in an upcoming election, and about their country`s direction.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  15:12


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