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World - China says U.S. human rights report biased

A U.S. congressional commission`s criticism of China`s human rights record did not `accord with the facts`, the Chinese government said on Friday, the latest friction over a long-running thorn in relations. The U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China said on Thursday that it saw in China `a disturbing deterioration in human rights and rule of law conditions that pose a direct challenge to U.S. national interests and U.S.-China relations`. The report comes weeks after Chinese President Xi Jinping`s state visit to Washington, during which U.S. President Barack Obama laid out concern over human rights.

Friday, October 09, 2015  12:18


Asia-Pacific - Bao Zhuoxuan, Detained Rights Lawyer`s Son, Is Said to Disappear in Myanmar

Mr. Zhuoxuan, the son of Wang Yu, a lawyer who was detained in Beijing in July, was taken from a guesthouse in Mong La, a rights campaigner said.

Friday, October 09, 2015  13:57


World - Ousted Rome mayor warns of mafia return

Rome`s mayor cried foul on Friday after being forced to resign over an expenses row and warned the Italian capital could succumb once more to organised crime. Ignazio Marino, 60, stepped down late Thursday over a scandal centred on 20,000 euros ($22,600) of restaurant bills settled with a city hall credit card over the course of his 28 months in office. `If the bills hadn`t turned up, at some point they would have said I wear socks with holes in them or they would have planted cocaine in my pockets,` Marino said in an interview with La Stampa daily.

Friday, October 09, 2015  12:42


Europe - EU must improve Russia ties - Juncker

The EU must restore a `practical relationship` with Russia and not let the US `dictate` that policy, the European Commission chief says.

Friday, October 09, 2015  11:42


World - Sotheby`s to auction Picasso`s `La Gommeuse`

London (AFP) - A rare Pablo Picasso painting from the collection of US tycoon Bill Koch that will be sold on November 5 was shown in London for the first time on Friday.

Friday, October 09, 2015  16:05


World - Family mourns Nigerian pilgrim who fled Boko Haram but died in Haj crush

By Garba Muhammad KADUNA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Three years after his family fled their northeastern Nigerian home to escape threats from Boko Haram militants, Mudasir Gambo must have thought his luck had changed when he won a ticket to attend the annual haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia. Nearly two weeks after the worst disaster to strike the pilgrimage for 25 years, more than 50 mourners were gathered at the Gambo family`s modest three-bedroom house, moving by turns from a communal compound outdoors to pray inside for Gambo, who had been on his first trip outside Nigeria when he died. Uba Mana, a spokesman for the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, said on Thursday that 99 pilgrims from the west African country died, 42 were hurt and 215 were missing.

Friday, October 09, 2015  11:06


World - Clashes in Guinea ahead of Sunday`s presidential vote

Guinea`s president vowed to press ahead with Sunday`s election, dismissing opposition calls for a delay as clashes broke out in the capital ahead of the hotly contested vote. Opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo again demanded the presidential vote be postponed to allow international monitors to investigate claims of vote rigging, including that minors have been listed on the electoral rolls. Incumbent President Alpha Conde earlier dismissed calls for the elections to be postponed, telling several reporters, including AFP, that the electoral commission is `perfectly within its rights to fix the date of the election`.

Friday, October 09, 2015  08:43


Top Stories - California agency votes to ban SeaWorld orca breeding

Commission OKs expansion of tanks SeaWorld uses for killer whales but bans breeding.

Friday, October 09, 2015  06:37


World - Guinea president says weekend election to proceed

CONAKRY (Reuters) - Guinea`s President Alpha Conde said on Thursday he had no plans to postpone this weekend`s election, dismissing a request from the opposition for more time to fix alleged irregularities. `If the CENI (Independent National Electoral Commission) says they are ready, there is no reason to delay them (elections),` Conde told reporters. CENI said on Wednesday there were no grounds for postponing the presidential vote. (Reporting by Saliou Samb; Writing by Emma Farge; Editing by Alison Williams)

Thursday, October 08, 2015  20:37


World - Europe needs better relations with Russia: Juncker

By Jens Hack PASSAU, Germany (Reuters) - Europe must improve its relationship with Russia and should not let this be something decided by Washington, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Thursday. The European Union joined the United States in imposing sanctions on Russia last year over its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, and tightened them after separatists launched a rebellion in the east of the country with the backing of Russia. Relations between Moscow and the West have taken a further turn for the worse since Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a bombing campaign in Syria against opponents of President Bashar al-Assad.

Thursday, October 08, 2015  20:20

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