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World - French prime minister, booed, hopes Socialists can bridge divides

By Natalie Huet and Elizabeth Pineau PARIS/LA ROCHELLE France (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was jeered on Saturday on the way to his Socialist Party`s end-of-summer gathering, where attacks on the government`s pro-business economic policy highlighted an uncomfortable divide within France`s left. Stepping off the train in the western port town of La Rochelle, booed by left-wing militants and unionists, Valls said it was healthy for a party to debate policy, but warned that Socialists needed to stand united or risk losing voters. Valls reshuffled his cabinet on Tuesday, evicting rebel leftist ministers who had urged President Francois Hollande for an economic policy U-turn away from budgetary rigor, and further angering many on the Socialist party`s left wing.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  19:26


World - Pakistan PM dismisses political crisis as `tiny storm`

Pakistan`s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday dismissed a political crisis triggered by protests aimed at unseating his government as `a tiny storm` that would be ended soon. Thousands of supporters of opposition leader Imran Khan and populist cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri have been camped outside parliament since August 15 demanding Sharif quit, claiming the election which swept him to power last year was rigged. `We have already accepted all their demands, of electoral reforms and establishment of a commission,` Sharif said, referring to a judicial commission to investigate rigging claims. Sharif added the findings of the judicial commission would be made public and would be acceptable to his government, but Khan again on Saturday rejected this and reiterated his demand that Sharif resign.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  18:46


World - EU`s Barroso says ready to impose strong Russia sanctions

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Saturday the EU was prepared to toughen sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis but also that it wanted a political deal to end the confrontation. At a news conference in Brussels with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Barroso said: `We are ready to take very strong and clear measures but we are keeping our doors open to a political solution.` He described any tightening of sanctions as intended not to escalate the crisis but to push Moscow to negotiate and he stressed that the EU did not want confrontation - `it makes no sense to have ... a new Cold War` - and said that would be `detrimental to all of Europe`. Poroshenko, echoing comments by EU officials, said he expected a summit of EU leaders later on Saturday to make a formal request to the EU`s executive Commission to draw up new sanctions measures that could be implemented if necessary. Commission President Barroso noted that his staff already had a broad range of options to propose to member states.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  12:25


World - EU says could send over 1 billion euros more aid to Ukraine

The European Union may disburse more than one billion euros in loans to Ukraine over the coming months and could consider further aid beyond that, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Saturday. In March, the EU offered an 11 billion euro ($14.45 billion) package of loans and grants to Ukraine over the next several years to help get the shattered economy back on its feet. Ukraine has been caught in a geopolitical tug of war between the EU and Russia. `More than half a billion euros in loans and 250 million euros in grants have already been mobilized by the European Commission as part of this package,` Barroso told reporters after talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Brussels.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  13:23


World - EU`s Barroso condemns Russian incursion in call with Putin

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso condemned `significant incursions` by Russian forces into Ukraine in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, the EU said. `In a very frank exchange of views, the president of the Commission expressed his deep concern with the current events and the situation on the ground in Ukraine,` the Commission said in a statement. Barroso told Putin he firmly condemned `the evidence of significant incursions into and operations on Ukrainian soil by Russian military units`. The European Commission reiterated in the statement that `further detribalization of Ukraine and the region will carry high costs.` (Reporting by Adrian Croft;

Friday, August 29, 2014  18:14


World - India to chip in with five percent of global rare earth output

By Krishna N Das NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is commissioning a plant to produce up to 5,000 tonnes of rare earths a year, a state company official told Reuters, which could help it contribute about 5 percent to the global supply of the metals used in cameras, cars, iPhones and wind turbines. India`s emergence as a supplier, albeit a small one, would be good news for countries like Japan, which up to now have had to rely mostly on China for rare earths production. The plant in the state of Odisha would produce rare earth oxides by processing monazite from beach sand, said S. Surya Kumar, head of the Rare Earths Division for state-owned Indian Rare Earths, part of the Department of Atomic Energy. Kumar did not give a timeline for when rareearth oxides will start flowing from the Odisha plant.

Thursday, August 28, 2014  12:43


Asia-Pacific - In Afghan Election, Signs of Systemic Fraud Cast Doubt on Many Votes

More than two million ballots in the June 14 presidential runoff have been called into question, foiling a swift democratic transition and plunging the country into crisis.

Saturday, August 23, 2014  19:45


Top Stories - Smithsonian to honor La. family`s civil rights efforts

The Hicks family was at the forefront of a Bogalusa effort isolated from the movement.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  00:57


World - China`s Xi urges army to create strategy for information warfare

Chinese President Xi Jinping has said China will spur military innovation and called on the army to create a new strategy for `information warfare` as the country embarks on military reform, state media said on Saturday. Xi heads the Central Military Commission, which controls the 2.3-million-strong armed forces, the world`s largest, and is stepping up efforts to modernize forces that are projecting power across disputed waters in the East and South China Seas. During a meeting with the ruling Chinese Communist Party`s Politburo, Xi said China `must vigorously promote military innovation` but warned it will be difficult.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  14:17


World - EU`s Barroso warns Ukraine crisis near `point of no return`

EU Commission head Jose Manual Barroso warned on Saturday that the crisis in Ukraine was reaching the point of no return, after reports Russian troops were fighting in the east of the country. `We are in a very serious, I would say, dramatic situation... where we can reach the point of no return,` Barroso said after talks in Brussels with Ukranian President Petro Poroshenko.

Saturday, August 30, 2014  12:51

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