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World - Spurred by pope, Spanish Catholic Church confronts sexual abuse


Spain`s Catholic Church, which has long been accused of silencing cases of priests sexually abusing children, is starting to take a hard line against offenders, spurred by Pope Francis. A judge in the southern city of Granada on Tuesday charged 10 priests and two Catholic lay workers with sexually abusing altar boys in their care, or being complicit in such acts, from 2004 to 2007. It is the biggest and most serious paedophilia case involving members of the Catholic Church known so far in Spain. Pope Francis called the unidentified man to offer the Church`s apology and in November the pontiff said he had ordered a church investigation into the case, saying it had caused him `great pain`.


Saturday, January 31, 2015  03:25

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World - Daughter of L`Oreal tycoon takes the stand in `exploitation` trial


Liliane Bettencourt`s daughter, who triggered a probe into the alleged exploitation of the elderly L`Oreal heiress, told a French court Friday that her mother`s closest confidant was a `con man` bent on destroying her family. Francoise Bettencourt-Meyers accused photographer Francois-Marie Banier of deliberately `shattering` her relationship with her mother to take advantage of the billionaire`s increasing mental frailty. He is one of 10 people in the 92-year-old`s entourage to stand trial in an explosive drama involving a bitter mother-daughter feud, unscrupulous friends and a butler`s betrayal that even dragged in former president Nicolas Sarkozy.


Friday, January 30, 2015  23:31

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America - Odd Photo Choice for Venezuela Promotional Effort


Jim Wyss, a reporter for The Miami Herald, was surprised to see a picture of himself after his release from Venezuelan detention being used in a campaign for national pride.


Saturday, January 31, 2015  01:19

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World - Perpetrators of U.S. sailors` assault will `pay the price,` Turkish foreign minister says


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey`s foreign minister on Friday described an assault on U.S. sailors in Istanbul this week as reprehensible and vowed that the attackers would `pay the price for their actions.` Members of the nationalist Turkish Youth Union attacked three U.S. sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting `Yankee go home`, throwing paint at them and trying to pull hoods over their heads. Video footage was later posted on the group`s website. Twelve people were detained but released by an Istanbul court on Thursday. ...


Friday, November 14, 2014  20:54

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World - Perpetrators of U.S. sailors` assault will `pay the price`: Turkish Foreign Minister


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey`s Foreign Minister on Friday described an assault on U.S. sailors in Istanbul this week as reprehensible and vowed that the attackers would `pay the price for their actions.` Members of the nationalist Turkish Youth Union attacked three U.S. sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting `Yankee go home`, throwing paint and trying to pull hoods over their heads. Video footage was later posted on the group`s website. Twelve people were detained but released by an Istanbul court on Thursday. ...


Friday, November 14, 2014  15:26

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Business - Wal-Mart says found China pricing discrepancies in 2011


(Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc said it discovered discrepancies in pricing and inventory at its China operations in 2011 and has since reinforced its compliance policies in the country. The issues were not material to the company`s operations, Wal-Mart China spokesman Raymond Bracy said in a statement on Thursday. Wal-Mart implemented a `prescriptive action plan` after an extensive investigation involving external legal and accounting firms. Leadership changes were made and disciplinary action taken, Bracy said in the statement, without giving details. ...


Thursday, December 11, 2014  10:35

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World - Hand grenade explodes in Istanbul, no casualties


A hand grenade exploded on a busy street in Istanbul on Sunday without causing any casualties, state media said, almost two weeks after a suicide bombing in Turkey`s largest city. The megacity remains on high security alert following the attack by a female suicide bomber on January 6 in the heart of Istanbul`s tourist district that killed a Turkish policeman. In other security alerts on Sunday, two unexploded bombs were found in different parts of Istanbul, Anatolia said. Police detonated a cluster bomb found outside a police station in the suburb of Maltepe on the Asian side of Istanbul.


Sunday, January 18, 2015  20:10

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World - Clashes in Ankara as Turkey remembers Dink murder


Turkish police on Monday used pepper spray and water cannon to disperse a protest in Ankara calling for justice over the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, who was shot dead in broad daylight outside his offices eight years ago. Thousands of people had marched though central Istanbul earlier on Monday in a peaceful demonstration to remember Turkey`s most notorious killing of recent years that sent shockwaves around the country. Holding signs in Turkish, Armenian and English reading `Justice for Hrant`, protesters in Istanbul had earlier rallied around the offices of the Agos newspaper, a bilingual Turkish and Armenian weekly, which he edited. The Istanbul memorial rally is an annual event but was considerably larger than in previous years.


Monday, January 19, 2015  20:50

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World - Pope Francis prays in Istanbul`s Blue Mosque


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Pope Francis prayed silently alongside a senior Islamic cleric in Istanbul`s Blue Mosque on Saturday, in a gesture of inter-religious harmony in a country bordering the conflicts in Syria and Iraq. Francis took off his shoes as he entered the huge mosque, before bowing his head in prayer for several minutes, facing Mecca and standing next to Istanbul`s Grand Mufti Rahmi Yaran, in what a Vatican spokesman described as a joint `moment of silent adoration` of God. ...


Saturday, November 29, 2014  11:59

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Business - Wal-Mart`s unauthorized ways made China business look strong: Bloomberg


(Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc has been using questionable accounting and unauthorized sales practices to make its retail business in China appear stronger, Bloomberg reported, citing internal documents and interviews with employees. The sales practices, which include bulk sales to other retailers and sales being allegedly booked when no merchandise left the shelves, made business appear strong even as retail transactions slowed and unsold inventory piled up, Bloomberg reported. Representatives at Wal-Mart did not immediately respond to a request for comment. ...


Thursday, December 11, 2014  06:56

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