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Sports - Chiefs sign quarterback Smith to contract extension


(Reuters) - Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith, a Pro Bowl selection in 2013, signed a long-term contract extension with the National Football League (NFL) team on Sunday. `It was a priority of ours to get this deal done and keep Alex in a Chiefs uniform long-term,` Chiefs general manager John Dorsey said in a statement. He is a special individual with a lot of ability, and we are fortunate to have him here.` Smith, 30, who joined the Chiefs in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers in March last year, has gone 30-9-1 as a starter in the NFL since 2011.


Monday, September 01, 2014  02:06

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World - Germany steps up fight against far right after neo-Nazi murders


Germany has drafted legislation to help prevent a repeat of a racist murder spree by a neo-Nazi cell in 2011, giving a bigger role to federal prosecutors and allowing courts to focus more on xenophobic motives. The killings shocked Germany after going undetected for more than a decade and coming to light only by chance in late 2011. The draft law, approved by Chancellor Angela Merkel`s cabinet on Wednesday, will implement recommendations made by a parliamentary panel after the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a policewoman in Germany between 2000 and 2007. `Overall it will become easier to justify the responsibility of the federal prosecutor,` the government said in a statement.


Wednesday, August 27, 2014  15:56

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World - Japanese court rules against nuclear operator in suicide suit


By Lisa Twaronite FUKUSHIMA Japan (Reuters) - The operator of Japanese nuclear reactors that melted down in 2011 is responsible for the suicide of a woman who became depressed after the accident and it must pay $472,000 in compensation, a court ruled on Tuesday. The surprise ruling could set a precedent for more claims for compensation in connection with the triple nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant north of Tokyo, which forced more than 150,000 people from their homes. The lawsuit by Mikio Watanabe blamed Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc (Tepco) for the July 2011 death of his wife, Hamako, 58, who doused herself in kerosene and set herself on fire after falling into depression. The ruling is the latest blow for Tepco, which was bailed out with taxpayer funds in 2012 and had already expected to spend more than $48 billion in compensation for the disaster at its plant, on top of tens of billions or more in cleanup and decommissioning costs.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  13:55

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World - Fukushima court rules against nuclear operator in suicide suit


By Lisa Twaronite FUKUSHIMA Japan (Reuters) - A court has ruled that Fukushima nuclear operator Tokyo Electric was responsible for a woman`s suicide following the March 2011 disaster and must pay compensation, in a landmark ruling that could set a precedent for other claims against the utility. The civil suit by Mikio Watanabe claimed that Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc (Tepco) was to blame for the July 2011 death of his wife, Hamako, 58, who doused herself in kerosene and set herself on fire after falling into depression. The district court in Fukushima ruled in favor of Watanabe, a court official told reporters.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  06:35

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World - Fukushima court rules against nuclear operator in suicide suit: Kyodo


TOKYO (Reuters) - A Fukushima district court has ruled that Tokyo Electric was responsible for a woman`s suicide following the March 2011 nuclear disaster and must pay 49 million yen ($472,000) in compensation, Kyodo news reported. Mikio Watanabe`s civil suit claimed that plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc (Tepco) was to blame for the July 2011 death of his wife, Hamako, 58, who doused herself in kerosene and set herself on fire after falling into depression. (1 US dollar = 103. ...


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  05:55

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World - Syria`s Assad swears in government, urges reconstruction


Syria`s embattled President Bashar al-Assad swore in his new government on Sunday, saying security and reconstruction would be top priorities and urging ministers to tackle corruption. The new government, appointed earlier this week after Assad`s June re-election, takes office as the death toll in the country`s conflict since March 2011 soars past 191,000. Assad urged the new government to `provide a new vision,` state news agency SANA reported, and to avoid the `negatives of the previous stage.` He said the government`s success would depend on `earning the trust of citizens through transparency and credibility,` SANA said.


Sunday, August 31, 2014  21:27

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World - Libyan armed faction takes over U.S. embassy annex in Tripoli


By Mark Hosenball and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Members of a Libyan militia have taken over an annex of the U.S. A YouTube video showed the breach of the vacated diplomatic facility by an armed group from the northwestern city of Misrata, with dozens of fighters seen crowding around a swimming pool and some diving in from the balcony of a nearby building. Libya has been rocked by the worst factional violence since the 2011 fall of Muammar Gaddafi, and a Misrata-led alliance, part of it which is Islamist-leaning, now controls the capital. A takeover of the embassy compound could deliver another symbolic blow to Washington over its policy toward Libya, which Western governments fear is teetering toward becoming a failed state just three years after a NATO-backed war ended Gaddafi`s rule.


Sunday, August 31, 2014  18:48

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World - Libyan Islamist militiamen move in to US embassy


Islamist militiamen have moved in to the American embassy compound in the Libyan capital after it was evacuated last month, an AFP photographer said on Sunday. Members of the Fajr Libya (Libya Dawn) group said they had gone in to secure the complex of several villas in southern Tripoli to prevent it from being looted. Washington evacuated its embassy staff on July 27, with Secretary of State John Kerry warning the mission had faced a `real risk` from fierce fighting between armed groups for control of Tripoli`s international airport. Fajr Libya won the battle for the airport, seizing it on August 23 from nationalist fighters from Zintan, southwest of Tripoli, who had held it since the overthrow of long-time dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011.


Sunday, August 31, 2014  17:54

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World - Libyan militia fighters enter U.S. embassy annex in Tripoli: source


Members of a Libyan rebel militia have entered an annex of the U.S. Libya has been rocked by the worst factional violence since the 2011 fall of Muammar Gaddafi.


Sunday, August 31, 2014  17:41

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World - Bahrain jails photojournalist, detains rights activist


Sunni-ruled Bahrain upheld a 10-year jail term against a photojournalist Sunday and detained a human rights activist, as it presses a crackdown on Shiites over a 2011 uprising. The tiny but strategic kingdom, just across the Gulf from Iran and home base for the US Fifth Fleet, remains deeply divided three years since authorities crushed the rebellion with Saudi-led military backing. Bahrain`s appeals court decided Sunday to uphold the jail term against award-winning photojournalist Ahmed Humaidan despite appeals by rights group for his freedom. Rights watchdogs say Humaidan was merely covering the Arab Spring-inspired pro-democracy protests that erupted among the Shiite majority in the Sunni minority-ruled Gulf kingdom.


Sunday, August 31, 2014  16:22

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