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Africa - World Briefing: 2 Kenyans Kidnapped in Somalia in 2011 Are Found Alive


The African Union Mission in Somalia said that the two men, who were working for aid agencies, were rescued in an operation near Somalia`s border with Kenya.


Saturday, April 19, 2014  03:27

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Business - BofA reports first quarterly loss since 2011 on lofty legal bill


Bank of America Corp reported an unexpected first-quarter loss on Wednesday after it took a $6 billion charge to cover litigation expenses, a figure that far exceeded the legal settlements the No. 2 U.S. bank has announced recently. The bank had previously said that a settlement would cut into its earnings by $3.7 billion before taxes. The extra litigation expenses came from setting aside money to cover future legal settlements tied to previously disclosed mortgage-related matters, Chief Financial Officer Bruce Thompson told reporters. Still, the bank`s setting aside more money does not mean a settlement is imminent, Thompson told analysts on a separate conference call.


Wednesday, April 16, 2014  16:46

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World - Sexual violence against Egypt women `goes unpunished`: report


Sexual violence against women has been rife since the 2011 uprising in Egypt, where hundreds of female protesters have been the target of attack with apparent impunity, rights groups said Wednesday. `Successive Egyptian governments have failed to address violence against women, with serious implications for women`s participation in the political transition of their country,` said a group of rights organisations led by FIDH, the International Federation for Human Rights. Sexual assaults on women protesters were reported during demonstrations after the 2011 fall of Hosni Mubarak, and then under the military junta which ruled Egypt after him and again during protests against president Mohamed Morsi, they said in a report. It said 250 cases of sexual violence against women were reported between November 2012 and January 2014, many of them in and around Cairo`s iconic Tahrir Square -- the site of anti-Mubarak and anti-Morsi protests.


Wednesday, April 16, 2014  15:45

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Sports - McIlroy finishes Masters in top-10


By Julian Linden AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy ended a frustrating Masters on a high with his best round of the tournament on Sunday to record his first top-10 finish at Augusta National. A day after he suffered the embarrassment of being beaten by a non-competing amateur marker, McIlroy provided a reminder of what is capable of with a final round of three-under-par 69. `If I had converted a few more and played the par-fives better, it could have been a different story.` With his fiance Caroline Wozniacki watching from the galleries, McIlroy finished the tournament at level par and tied for eighth place, surpassing his previous best result of equal 15th in 2011. `I figured (out) something in my putting today on the sixth hole and then I putted a little better after that.` McIlroy has struggled at Augusta National ever since he blew a lead in the 2011 tournament.


Monday, April 14, 2014  05:32

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World - Japan confirms first bird flu case since 2011


Two chickens have tested positive for avian influenza at a farm in Japan where more than 1,000 chickens have died, marking the country`s first case of bird flu in three years, the Agricultural Ministry said on Sunday. The highly pathogenic H5 virus was detected through genetic testing of chickens at a farm in Kumamoto prefecture in the south, the ministry said on its Website. A total of 1,100 chickens have died and about 112,000 would be culled, media said. There is believed to be no risk of the virus spreading to humans through consumption of chicken eggs or meat, said Tomoyuki Takehisa, an Agricultural Ministry official.


Sunday, April 13, 2014  07:15

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World - Two killed by bomb inside Bahrain car: ministry


Two people were killed in a car that blew up in a mainly Shi`ite village in Bahrain on Saturday, and the interior ministry said the initial investigation showed that a homemade bomb had detonated inside the vehicle. Sunni-ruled Bahrain has been hit by several small bombings in recent weeks as the kingdom struggles to end simmering unrest among its Shi`ite Muslim majority, which rose up unsuccessfully in an Arab Spring-inspired revolt in 2011. A third person was wounded and was being treated in hospital for second-degree burns, the statement said, citing the health ministry. Bahrain`s Shi`ites want political reforms and an end to alleged discrimination against them, which the government denies.


Saturday, April 19, 2014  20:56

NYTimes

Middle East - Ex-Marine Held in Iran Asks Official for Help


Amir Hekmati, an American incarcerated in Iran since August 2011, recently wrote to its foreign minister seeking help in gaining his release.


Saturday, April 19, 2014  02:15

NYTimes

Europe - The Saturday Profile: Nationalist Leader in Scotland Wagers Career on Independence Vote


After a surprise majority win in Parliament in 2011, Alex Salmond of the Scottish National Party is fiercely seeking Scotland`s independence.


Saturday, April 19, 2014  00:52

Yahoo

World - Kidnappers of diplomat want Tunis to free jailed Libyans


Tunis said Friday that the kidnappers of a Tunisian diplomat in Tripoli and an embassy colleague are demanding the release of Libyans jailed in Tunisia on terrorism charges. Al-Aroussi Kontassi, the diplomat, was abducted Thursday in the Libyan capital, a month after Tunisian embassy employee Mohamed ben Sheikh was seized in Tripoli. Tunisian Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi said the two men were abducted by relatives of `Libyan terrorists` serving jail sentences in Tunisia over a deadly 2011 attack that killed soldiers. `It seems they belong to the same family as Libyan terrorists detained in Tunisia in connection with the Rouhia terrorist operation who were sentenced to long jail terms,` Hamdi told Express FM radio.


Friday, April 18, 2014  16:02

NYTimes

Europe - The Saturday Profile: Nationalist Leader in Scotland Wagers Career on Referendum


After a surprise majority win in Parliament in 2011, Alex Salmond of the Scottish National Party is fiercely seeking Scotland`s independence.


Friday, April 18, 2014  09:55

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