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World - Burundi election panel vice president flees country


The vice president of Burundi`s election commission has fled the country, sources told AFP on Saturday, in a new blow to government plans to push ahead with next week`s first stage of controversial elections. Spes Caritas Ndironkeye left the central African nation on a flight for neighbouring Rwanda on Friday evening, associates said, adding that she had left behind a letter of resignation. An electoral commission source said she `left without saying goodbye, without saying where she was going.` A second member of the five-person commission, Illuminata Ndabahagamye, is also thought to have fled, sources said.


Saturday, May 30, 2015  09:36

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World - Burundi election body`s vice president has fled country: sources


The vice president of Burundi`s election commission has fled the country ahead of the poll, sources said on Saturday, amid a political crisis triggered by President Pierre Nkurunziza`s decision to run for a third term. Spes-Caritas Ndironkeye joins a senior judge and a host of dissidents who have fled the country following a failed coup attempt against Nkurunziza and as sometimes deadly protests against his decision to stand continue. The political crisis is the biggest in the east African nation since its ethnically charged civil war ended in 2005.


Saturday, May 30, 2015  10:48

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World - U.S. says China`s island-building erodes security; Beijing angered


By David Alexander and Rachel Armstrong SINGAPORE (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Saturday that China`s island-building in the South China Sea was undermining security in the Asia-Pacific, drawing a scathing response from the foreign ministry in Beijing. Carter, speaking to top defense officials from the Asia-Pacific at the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, acknowledged that several countries had created outposts in the region`s disputed islands, but he said the scope of China`s activity created uncertainty about its future plans. `China has reclaimed over 2,000 acres, more than all other claimants combined ... and China did so in only the last 18 months,` Carter told the Shangri-La Dialogue security forum.


Saturday, May 30, 2015  12:18

Yahoo

World - New blow to Nkurunziza as Burundi election official flees


Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza`s controversial bid to stand for a third term in office suffered a new blow on Saturday after it emerged a top a election official had fled the country. Sources said the election commission`s vice president, Spes Caritas Ndironkeye, jetted out of the crisis-hit central African nation late Friday, leaving behind a resignation letter and preparations for next week`s parliamentary elections in disarray. A second election board member is also thought to have fled, reflecting mounting unease with the country`s power structure over Nkurunziza`s attempt to stay put despite worsening civil unrest.


Saturday, May 30, 2015  12:18

Yahoo

World - Catholic Church scraps support for Burundi polls, EU suspends mission


Burundi`s influential Catholic Church said Thursday it was withdrawing support for June elections in the crisis-hit country, as the EU announced it was also suspending its mission to observe the vote. Both moves dealt fresh blows to President Pierre Nkurunziza`s bid to run for a third consecutive term, which has sparked mass protests in the small central African nation. A statement from Burundi`s bishops said that `after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are evolving`, the Church had asked priests who serve in electoral commissions across the central African nation to step down.


Thursday, May 28, 2015  19:47

Yahoo

World - Catholic Church withdraws support for Burundi elections


Burundi`s influential Catholic Church said Thursday it was withdrawing support for upcoming elections in the crisis-hit country, dealing a fresh blow to President Pierre Nkurunziza`s controversial bid to run for a third term. A statement from Burundi`s bishops said that `after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are evolving`, the Church had asked priests who serve in electoral commissions across the central African nation step down. The announcement came the day after Burundi`s main opposition parties said it was now `impossible` to hold free and fair elections and that the result should not be recognised if they take place.


Thursday, May 28, 2015  12:48

Yahoo

Business - EU outlines plans to make multinationals pay their share of tax


The European Commission outlined plans on Wednesday to limit how much multinational companies can reduce taxes on their European earnings through the use of creative accounting. The Commission, set to detail proposed tax measures on June 17, had already determined in March that European Union countries would have to share information on tax deals agreed with major corporations. `We agreed on the need to combat tax avoidance by re-establishing the link between taxation and where the company actually does business,` Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis told a news conference after a meeting of commissioners.


Wednesday, May 27, 2015  16:16

NYTimes

Africa - Women in Tunisia Tell of Decades of Police Cruelty, Violence and Rape


In an Arab country where women`s rights had made advances, women are testifying about abuses under two dictatorships.


Thursday, May 28, 2015  16:45

Yahoo

Business - EU regulators tell 11 countries to adopt bank bail-in rules


The European Commission on Thursday gave France, Italy and nine other EU countries two months to adopt new EU rules on propping up failed banks or face legal action. The Commission drafted the rules in response to the financial crisis which started in 2008, giving the 28 countries in the European Union until the end of last year to apply them. It said Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Malta, Poland, Romania and Sweden had yet to fall in line.


Thursday, May 28, 2015  12:12

Yahoo

World - Tunisia `truth commission` hears victim testimony


Tunisia`s newly formed `truth commission` announced on Wednesday that it has begun to hear testimony from victims of the country`s post-independence dictatorships. `We announce the start of hearings, behind closed doors, of testimony from victims of... violations of human rights,` Truth and Dignity Commission president Sihem Bensedrine told reporters.


Wednesday, May 27, 2015  15:57

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