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World - Germany`s top court rejects ban for far-right NPD party

Germany`s Constitutional Court on Tuesday rejected an attempt by the country`s 16 federal states to ban the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD), described by the intelligence agency as racist and anti-Semitic, saying it was too weak to pose a threat. In the closely-watched ruling, which comes amid concern over rising support for right-wing groups due to resentment about an influx of migrants, court President Andreas Vosskuhle said, however, that the party was anti-constitutional in nature. The federal states started exploring a legal ban after the chance discovery of the National Socialist Underground (NSU) in 2011, blamed for killing nine immigrants and a police woman between 2000 and 2007.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017  09:38


Sports - Anthony says has proved Knicks loyalty

(Reuters) - With each successive defeat, Carmelo Anthony`s stay in New York becomes more contentious as his future with the Knicks is put into question. Anthony, who has been an All Star for the franchise each season since being traded to the Knicks in 2011, has been asked in recent days about the possibility of waiving the no-trade clause in his contract which would allow the team to move him. Responding to an article that suggested it was time for Anthony to depart New York, the forward said on Sunday that if Knicks management no longer wants him then `that`s a conversation that we should have.` Following New York`s 108-107 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Monday, Anthony was again pushed on the subject of his stay with the team.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017  05:05


World - Boko Haram claims Nigeria university attack

BAUCHI/MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Islamist militant group Boko Haram has said it was behind Monday`s twin suicide bombing at a university in north eastern Nigeria which killed two people. A video featuring an audio recording purporting to be leader Abubakar Shekau was posted on social media late on Monday. A professor at the University of Maiduguri and a child were killed and 17 people wounded in a twin suicide bombing, officials said on the day of the attack.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017  09:44


Sports - Golf-Garcia hoping for Singapore slingshot to new campaign

By John O`Brien SINGAPORE, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia enjoyed a hard-earned winter break after a hectic 2016 and the Spaniard is now fit, fresh and raring to go when he opens his campaign at the Singapore Open this week in a region where he has enjoyed plenty of success. Garcia has won five events in as many countries on the Asian Tour and Singapore could become a sixth should he navigate the demanding Serapong Course better than a field of rivals that includes three-times tournament winner Adam Scott and Ernie Els. `I`ve always felt comfortable coming to Asia, I`ve done very well here in the tournaments I have played,` the world number 15 told reporters at Sentosa Golf Club on Tuesday.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017  08:17


World - Turkish police catch nightclub gunman in Istanbul raid

Turkish police were questioning Tuesday the suspected jihadist who slaughtered 39 people on New Year`s night at an Istanbul nightclub, after capturing him in a raid on a residential area of the city after a long manhunt. The alleged assailant, named as Abdulgadir Masharipov, was found along with his four-year-old son in an apartment in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul after a massive police operation, state-run TRT television reported. The attacker had been on the run for 17 days, after slipping into the night following the attack on the glamorous Reina nightclub on the Bosphorus.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017  05:55


World - Breivik says prison isolation has radicalised him

Right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, said Thursday his more than five-year prison isolation has radicalised him, a key point in his lawsuit against the Norwegian state over his prison conditions. In July 2011 Breivik, disguised as a police officer, tracked and gunned down 69 people, most of them teenagers, at a Labour Party youth camp on the island of Utoya, shortly after he killed eight people in a bombing outside a government building in Oslo. Despite the comfortable material conditions, an Oslo district court last April found the Norwegian state guilty of `inhumane` and `degrading` treatment, in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Thursday, January 12, 2017  10:40


World - Tunisia democratic transition `blocked`: electoral chief

Tunisia`s transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution has hit a roadblock, the electoral commission chief said Tuesday, criticising a delay in holding the first local elections since the uprising. `Tunisia stood out... through its partially succesful transition and it is unacceptable that this march towards democracy be cut short,` Chafik Sarsar told La Presse newspaper. Tunisia, whose 2011 uprising inspired similar revolts across other Arab countries, has been touted as a regional example of a successful transition to democracy after a revolution.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017  16:12


World - Iraq forces retake IS-bombed `Jonah`s tomb` in Mosul

Iraqi forces battling the Islamic State group in Mosul on Monday retook an area where the jihadists levelled one of the city`s most well-known shrines in 2014, officials said. `We retook control of Nabi Yunus area... raised the Iraqi flag above the tomb,` Sabah al-Noman, spokesman for the Counter-Terrorism Service spearheading the Mosul offensive, told AFP. The Nabi Yunus shrine -- which was built on the reputed burial site of a prophet known in the Koran as Yunus and in the Bible as Jonah -- was a popular pilgrimage site.

Monday, January 16, 2017  15:49


World - Iraqi special forces sweep Mosul University for remaining militants: spokesman

Iraqi special forces swept through the campus of Mosul University on Sunday to clear it of any remaining Islamic State militants after taking full control of the area, a spokesman said. A military statement said troops had also taken another area along the eastern bank of the Tigris river, in gains that are bringing more of Islamic State`s last major stronghold in the country under Iraqi forces` control. `The university is completely liberated and forces are sweeping the complex for any hiding militants,` CTS spokesman Sabah al-Numan told Reuters by phone on Sunday.

Sunday, January 15, 2017  15:57


World - Iraqi forces link up in north Mosul, make gains in southeast

By John Davison and Stephen Kalin BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi forces joined flanks in northern Mosul and drove back Islamic State militants in the southeast on Thursday in a renewed push that has brought them closer to controlling the eastern half of the city. Forces from the elite Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) took control of 7th Nissan and Sadeeq districts, linking up with army troops that had pushed through al-Hadba neighbourhood, CTS spokesman Sabah al-Numan told Reuters. `The enemy is now located only in front of the troops, not at their sides.` Numan said more than 85 percent of eastern Mosul was now under control of pro-government forces, up from nearly 75 percent a week ago.

Thursday, January 12, 2017  16:09

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