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World - Two bombs deactivated in Istanbul shopping centers: media

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Homemade explosive devices were found in two shopping malls in Istanbul on Saturday, Hurriyet Daily News reported, citing police, days after a suicide bombing in the historical district of Sultanahmet. A bomb disposal team defused a bomb in a shopping mall in Basaksehir, a western suburb of Istanbul. Police detonated another explosive in nearby Sefakoy neighborhood, Hurriyet said. No one had so far claimed responsibility, it added. Police were not immediately available to confirm the report. ...

Saturday, January 10, 2015  18:04


World - Polish post-Communist premier Oleksy dies aged 68

WARSAW (Reuters) - Jozef Oleksy, who as a senior Polish civil servant helped to negotiate the end of Communist rule in 1989 and later became prime minister of a democratic Poland, died on Friday aged 68, a party spokeswoman said. Oleksy, who led the post-Communist Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), was prime minister between 1995 and 1996 and speaker of parliament from 1993 to 1995 and from 2004 to 2005. `Jozef Oleksy has passed away today,` the SLD spokeswoman said. Local media said he had died of cancer in a Warsaw hospital. ...

Friday, January 09, 2015  09:28


World - Thailand nabs fugitive convicted in 1995 India bombing

BANGKOK (AP) Authorities in Thailand have arrested a fugitive man convicted in India for his involvement in a bomb attack two decades ago that killed a chief minister of a northern Indian state and 15 other people, police said Tuesday.

Tuesday, January 06, 2015  05:40


World - Thailand nabs Pakistani man convicted in 1995 India bombing

BANGKOK (AP) Police in Thailand have arrested a Pakistani man convicted in India for his involvement in a bomb attack two decades ago that killed a chief minister of a northern Indian state and at least 15 other people.

Tuesday, January 06, 2015  05:04


Top Stories - Georgia executes man for 1995 killing of deputy

The Supreme Court allowed Georgia to execute a prisoner claiming mental disability.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014  06:57


Europe - World Briefing: Turkey: Boy Accused of Insulting President Is Arrested

The newspaper Hurriyet reported that the 16-year-old high-school student, identified only by his initials M.E.A., had been arrested Wednesday in Konya after making a speech at a student protest a day earlier

Friday, December 26, 2014  01:04


World - Top Turkey cleric under fire over luxury Mercedes

Turkey`s top cleric came under fire on Saturday over reports that a luxury Mercedes had been purchased at public expense to serve as his official car -- the latest government splurge to cause a public outcry. Mehmet Gormez, the head of Turkey`s Religious Affairs Directorate, known as Diyanet in Turkish, will soon be cruising in a Mercedes s500, worth some 350,000 euros ($435,000), the Hurriyet newspaper reported Saturday. `Let`s call the Fatwa (religious ruling) hotline and ask: Isn`t it haram -- forbidden by Islam -- to buy a luxury car for the head of Diyanet by using citizens` donations?` Hakan Sukur, former international football player and MP, wrote on Twitter. Gormez was among top Turkish figures who welcomed Pope Francis to Turkey late last month.

Saturday, December 13, 2014  15:26


World - Japan marks 20th anniversary of killer quake in Kobe

More than 14,000 people gathered to commemorate the victims in the western port city of Kobe, where a 7.2-magnitude quake hit at 5:46 am on January 17, 1995. The quake, which killed 6,434 people, levelled much of the city and sparked a major review of quake preparedness in the island-nation that suffers about one fifth of the world`s most powerful tremors. The warning was brought into reality four years ago when a 9.0 magnitude quake struck in March 2011, triggering a huge tsunami that smashed into the country`s northeast coast, killing around 18,000 people and creating the world`s worst nuclear emergency in a generation. Later in the day, Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko attended a memorial ceremony in the city and offered a one-minute prayer with some 500 other participants.

Saturday, January 17, 2015  06:21


Sports - The lure of LA for the NFL - mirage or `must do`?

By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Like a shimmering desert mirage, the prospect of a National Football League (NFL) team returning to the Los Angeles area has tantalized fans in Southern California for two decades without coming to fruition. Since the Rams left Los Angeles for St. Louis and the Raiders moved back to Oakland, both departing before the start of the 1995 season, there have been more than a dozen proposals for the NFL to return to the nation`s second-largest market. With the Super Bowl set to be played between the defending champion Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots in Glendale, Arizona on Feb. 1, speculation about an NFL team possibly moving to Los Angeles has escalated in recent weeks.

Friday, January 23, 2015  16:27


World - Bosnian family home flooded 25 times since 2000

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) They survived the Balkan war and the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and started a new life in a house in a calm Sarajevo neighborhood. Then another disaster struck.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015  18:34

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