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World - Finns vote, expected to oust government


Finns voted on Sunday in legislative elections expected to oust the coalition left-right government after a campaign that focused on how to lift Finland from a three-year economic slump. Public opinion polls have predicted a resounding victory for the liberal-agrarian Centre Party leader Juha Sipila, a 53-year-old IT millionaire and newcomer to politics. Elected to parliament in 2011, Sipila became party leader in 2012 when he was still virtually unknown to most Finns. In opposition since 2011, the Centre Party has recently been credited with around 24 percent of support.


Sunday, April 19, 2015  10:02

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World - Tunisia seeks to save tourist season after museum massacre


Still smarting from a jihadist attack that killed 21 foreign tourists last month, Tunisia is hoping to save the summer season with new security measures and an ad campaign touting its safety as a destination, but industry leaders are glum. Tourism, which accounts for 7.0 percent of the country`s economy, was already suffering from the fallout of Tunisia`s 2011 revolution, when gunmen attacked the capital`s Bardo National Museum on March 18, killing tourists from around Europe and further afield, as well as a policeman. Radhouane Ben Salah, president of the Tunisian Hotel Federation, said that `it`s difficult to be optimistic for the tourist season, but we will try to save the situation somewhat. `The most worrying thing is the halt to reservations for the summer,` said Ben Salah, fearing a wash-out.


Sunday, April 19, 2015  08:31

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World - Egypt`s Morsi faces possible death penalty in first verdict


Egypt`s ex-president Mohamed Morsi faces being sentenced to death Tuesday on charges of inciting the killing of protestors in the first verdict against him nearly two years after his fall from power. He also faces the death penalty in two other trials, including one in which he is accused of spying for foreign powers, and escaping from prison during the 2011 anti-Mubarak revolt. A death sentence on Tuesday against Egypt`s first freely elected president cannot be ruled out, experts say, especially since judges have already passed harsh verdicts against leaders of his blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi was toppled by the then army chief -- and now president -- Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on July 3, 2013 after mass street protests against his year-long rule.


Sunday, April 19, 2015  04:39

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World - Shark kills boy surfer off La Reunion


Saint-Denis de la Reunion (AFP) - A shark attacked and killed a 13-year-old boy Sunday as he surfed off the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, authorities said, the seventh such deadly attack since 2011. It was the 16th shark attack on the island since 2011 and the seventh death.


Sunday, April 12, 2015  19:46

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World - Shark kills teen surfer off La Reunion


A 13-year-old boy was attacked and killed by a shark Sunday off the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, authorities said, the seventh such deadly attack since 2011. It was the 16th shark attack on the island since 2011 and the seventh loss of life.


Sunday, April 12, 2015  14:39

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World - Shark kills teenage boy off island of Reunion


A 13-year-old boy was attacked and killed by a shark Sunday off the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, authorities said, the seventh such deadly attack since 2011. It was the 16th shark attack on the island since 2011 and the seventh loss of life.


Sunday, April 12, 2015  10:07

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Business - Grilled: Lexus seeks design edge over premium rivals


By Norihiko Shirouzu BEIJING (Reuters) - Big may be beautiful, but Toyota Motor Corp`s global design chief is betting that edgy is the way to go for the Japanese automaker`s premium Lexus brand, specifically its signature `spindle grille` design.     Tokuo Fukuichi, who is also Lexus` global chief, says the design shock-therapy gives the brand - and conservative Toyota more broadly - the stand-out face it previously lacked.     While some industry rivals and design experts say the jagged-edged, trapezoid grille is downright ugly, 63-year-old Fukuichi stands by the drastic makeover, saying it will give Lexus a `unique` edge over German rivals BMW , Audi and Mercedes-Benz particularly in competitive emerging markets such as China, where buyers will pay more for a car that stands out from the crowd. Fukuichi, who was brought back to Toyota from a subsidiary in 2011 and as he was recovering from cancer, says Toyota for too long designed cars by committee – often of several dozen people.


Saturday, April 18, 2015  07:43

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World - Palestinian prisoners languish in Mideast stalemate


Hadi al-Fakhri was 26 the first time he hugged his father, one of thousands of Palestinians serving time in Israeli prisons for militant activity in the occupied West Bank. The landmark 2011 deal to free Gilad Shalit sparked hope for thousands being held in Israeli prisons. Almost every Palestinian family is touched by the prisoners issue. `Every Palestinian family has experience of the occupation`s prisons -- people have either been locked up themselves, or they have a family member who`s been in jail at some point,` said Nojood Qassem, 40, whose husband is serving life.


Friday, April 17, 2015  21:53

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World - Tunisia blocks more than 12,000 would-be jihadists: minister


Tunisian authorities have prevented more than 12,000 would-be jihadists from leaving the country over the past two years, Interior Minister Najem Gharsalli said on Friday. Speaking to a parliamentary committee examining an anti-terror bill, he said his ministry had prevented `12,490 Tunisians from leaving Tunisian territory to travel to combat zones` in Iraq, Libya and Syria since March 2013. Since a popular uprising ousted long-time dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in 2011, Tunisia has been targeted by jihadist violence, which has killed dozens of police and soldiers.


Friday, April 17, 2015  21:35

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World - UN says `differences` emerge in Libya peace talks


The UN said Friday it was trying to narrow differences between Libya`s rival parliaments over an agreement aimed at forming a unity government to end unrest tearing the country apart. The differences emerged in written observations by the two sides on the agreement envoy Bernardino Leon is trying to clinch, said Samir Ghattas, spokesman for the UN mission in Libya (UNSMIL). Libya has been divided since the 2011 uprising that toppled and killed dictator Moamer Kadhafi, with rival governments and parliaments and armed groups now battling to control its cities and oil wealth.


Friday, April 17, 2015  20:24

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