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World - Deal done for release of Lebanese held by al Qaeda: report

A deal was completed on Tuesday to secure the release of 16 Lebanese security personnel held captive by the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front since 2014, Hezbollah`s al-Manar TV reported. The deal negotiated with Qatari mediation is expected to include the release of 13 Islamists held in Lebanese jails, including Saja al-Dulaimi, an ex-wife of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, security sources say. Al-Manar reported that the security personnel - soldiers and policemen - had left the mountainous border zone between Lebanon and Syria accompanied by a Lebanese security agency overseeing the operation.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  08:37


Sports - Ravens beat Browns with touchdown off blocked field goal

(The Sports Xchange) - Baltimore Ravens safety Will Hill gave up the tying touchdown in the fourth quarter Monday night, but he atoned for that error in a big way. Hill returned a blocked field goal 64 yards on the final play of regulation, lifting his team to a 33-27 win over the Cleveland Browns. The Ravens (4-7), playing with backup quarterback Matt Schaub plus backup running backs Javorius Allen and Terrance West, avenged a 33-30 loss to the Browns on Oct. 11 in Baltimore.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  06:12


Sports - Last-gasp drama as Ravens stun Browns

Will Hill returned a last-gasp blocked field goal attempt for a touchdown as the Baltimore Ravens scored a dramatic 33-27 win over the Cleveland Browns. The Ravens had looked set to suffer an agonising late defeat as Cleveland kicker Travis Coons stepped up for what would have been a game-winning 51-yard field goal with the last play of regulation.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  05:54


World - Brazil sues BHP, Vale for $5 billion in damages for mine disaster

By Anthony Boadle BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil filed a lawsuit on Monday against two of the world`s largest mining companies for 20 billion Brazilian reais ($5.2 billion) to clean up what it says was its worst environmental disaster, caused by the collapse of a tailings dam. The governments of Brazil and those of two states hit by the damburst sued iron ore operator Samarco and its co-owners, the world`s largest miner BHP Billiton Ltd and the biggest iron ore miner Vale SA. Earlier on Monday, President Dilma Rousseff blamed the disaster on the `irresponsible action of a company` in a speech to the COP21 climate change summit in Paris. While they are going to court, Brazilian authorities are looking for a settlement similar to the $20.8 billion agreement reached by the U.S. government with oil firm BP Plc following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  04:05


World - Jazeera TV shows Lebanese soldiers in Nusra Front captivity

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Al Jazeera TV interviewed Lebanese security personnel while they were apparently held by the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front on Tuesday, ahead of completion of a deal expected to secure their release. One of them said a total of 16 Lebanese soldiers and policemen were present. He spoke from inside a vehicle accompanied by masked men armed with assault rifles who were shown chanting `God is Great`. (Writing by Tom Perry; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  08:56


World - Deal done for secure release of Lebanese soldiers: Hezbollah TV

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hezbollah`s al-Manar TV said on Tuesday a deal had completed to secure the release of 16 Lebanese security personnel held captive by the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front. A news flash said the security personnel held captive since August 2014 had left the mountainous border zone between Lebanon and Syria accompanied by a Lebanese security agency. (Writing by Tom Perry; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  08:37


World - Qatar `shamed` by inaction on labour reform: Amnesty

Qatar has done `almost nothing` to end labour abuse in the five years since being awarded football`s 2022 World Cup despite huge global pressure to reform, Amnesty International said Tuesday. In a damning indictment, the human rights group said the lack of substantive change `shames` the gas-rich Gulf state and FIFA, football`s governing body. Its statement was published to coincide with the controversial decision taken on December 2, 2010 to allow Qatar to host world sport`s biggest tournament.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  00:50


World - Syria`s Assad accuses France of `supporting terrorism`

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accused France of `supporting terrorism` and said he saw Prague as a possible venue for signing any future peace deal to end his country`s four-year civil war, in comments broadcast Monday on Czech TV. In an interview due to be aired in full on Tuesday, the Syrian strongman was asked whether he could see a peace deal being signed in Prague, as Czech President Milos Zeman had suggested in September. `Naturally, if you ask Syrians they will tell you they don`t want a peace conference in France, for example, because France supports terrorism and war, not peace,` he said on the CT public station.

Monday, November 30, 2015  23:03


Europe - Russian TV rewrites history in Litvinenko drama

Russian TV rewrites death of Alexander Litvinenko

Tuesday, December 01, 2015  00:50


Technology - Panasonic`s new 4K TVs hit the sweet spot

The new models start at just $800.

Saturday, November 28, 2015  21:38

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