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World - At least 10 killed in armed attacks in Tajikistan, U.S. embassy shut

By Gabriela Baczynska and Maria Tsvetkova MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least eight policemen and two gunmen were killed in Tajikistan on Friday in attacks the authorities in the Central Asian nation blamed on forces loyal to the country`s own deputy defense minister. Tajikistan, an impoverished Muslim nation of 8 million and the poorest ex-Soviet state, is still volatile after a 1992-97 civil war that killed tens of thousands. The events prompted the U.S. embassy in Dushanbe, the Tajik capital, to shut.

Friday, September 04, 2015  18:46


World - U.S., allies conduct 21 air strikes against Islamic State: U.S. military

An international coalition led by the United States conducted 15 air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq on Thursday and also targeted the militant group with six strikes in Syria, the U.S. military said in a statement on Friday. The Iraq attacks `struck and eliminated Daesh terrorists, along with weapon systems, in the vicinity of Tuz` said Colonel Wayne Marotto, public affairs officer for the Combined Joint Task Force, using an Arabic name for Islamic State. One strike near Tuz hit a tactical unit and destroyed 10 Islamic State rockets and a vehicle, according to the military statement.

Friday, September 04, 2015  18:46


World - Mississippi River barge backup builds at oil spill site

(Reuters) - Barge shipping traffic on the Mississippi River backed up further on Friday after a tow boat accident and oil spill late on Wednesday prompted the U.S. Coast Guard to close a 17-mile stretch of the river near Paducah, Kentucky. A total of 33 barge tows hauling commodities such as oil and grain were waiting to pass through the shuttered section of the key shipping waterway between river mile markers 922 to 939, 10 of them heading downriver and 23 upriver, a Coast Guard spokesman. Responders have deployed booms to contain the estimated 120,588 gallons slurry oil spilled, although containment was challenging because it is heavier than water.

Friday, September 04, 2015  18:28


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Friday, September 04, 2015  17:35


Top Stories - Farrakhan dines with `my brother` Eminem

Louis Farrakhan`s dinner with Eminem was 10 years in the making. They had a `beautiful discussion,` he said.

Friday, September 04, 2015  13:42


Business - MIT scientists make it easy to tweak designs for 3D printing

Two different groups of MIT researchers found a way to print out objects with glass instead of plastic and to make a printer spew out 10 different materials at once earlier this year. This particular team ...

Friday, September 04, 2015  12:30


Business - Asus adds Windows 10 VivoStick to PC-on-a-stick pile

The $129 HDMI dongle is cheaper than Intel`s Compute Stick and includes an additional USB port, but is that enough to get anyone to buy one?

Friday, September 04, 2015  12:48


World - Lights out for movie houses in Libya`s `Mermaid of Med`

The Libyan capital once boasted grand movie houses that packed in smartly dressed couples for a special night out, but how times have changed. The rot started even before the 2011 revolution that ousted longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi, and has since seen movie houses bolt their doors one after the other. Films full of blood and violence like `Scarface` and `Die Hard` pass muster with the militias that have controlled the city since August 2014, driving Libya`s elected parliament and internationally recognised government to take refuge in the far east of the country.

Friday, September 04, 2015  07:59


World - Morocco votes in test for Islamist government

Some 15 million Moroccans go to the polls Friday for local elections seen as a gauge of the popularity of the government of Abdelilah Benkirane a year ahead of a general election. Around 32,000 seats on local and regional bodies are in play in a vote that will offer a snapshot of the political climate, four years after the Arab Spring swept through the north African state. The 2011 protests led to concessions from King Mohammed VI, and a new constitution was issued, leading to a parliamentary vote in November of that year that brought Benkirane`s Islamist Justice and Development Party to power.

Friday, September 04, 2015  07:06


Sports - Golf-Sizzling Day eyes fourth PGA Tour win in five starts

Red-hot Jason Day of Australia heads into this week`s Deutsche Bank Championship seeking a fourth PGA Tour victory in five starts to strengthen his grip at the top of the FedExCup standings. The 27-year-old won the opener in the lucrative four-event playoff series by a commanding six shots at The Barclays last week and now turns his attention to the TPC Boston in Norton where he finished second in 2010 and tied for third in 2011. `I love coming back up here,` PGA Championship winner Day told reporters on Thursday as he prepared for Friday`s opening round when he will play in high-profile company with world number two Jordan Spieth and fourth-ranked Bubba Watson.

Friday, September 04, 2015  00:32

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