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America - World Briefing: Venezuela: Opposition Talks Resume


Venezuela`s opposition resumed negotiations with the government on Tuesday, despite rising doubts that the talks will produce a political opening.


Thursday, April 24, 2014  03:23

NYTimes

Europe - Turkey Offers Condolences to Armenians Over Killings


Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan`s office on Wednesday posted a web statement on the events, but the government stood by its position that the killings of at least 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Army in 1915 were not a genocide.


Thursday, April 24, 2014  02:47

Yahoo

World - Defense: FBI probe in 9/11 trial has implications


FORT MEADE, Maryland (AP) — The defense team for five people facing trial before a war crimes tribunal stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks claimed the implications of the FBI`s questioning of one of its members are `staggering` and called on the court to probe the incident aggressively, according to a motion unsealed on Wednesday.


Thursday, April 24, 2014  00:11

Yahoo

Sports - Knicks looking for hometown discount from Anthony


Potential free agent Carmelo Anthony will be asked to give the New York Knicks a discount on his next contract in order to help build a title contender, team president Phil Jackson said on Wednesday. Anthony, who finished the 2013-14 NBA season second on the scoring list with an average of 27.4 points a game and was one of the few bright spots in New York`s 37-45 campaign, could declare himself a free agent on July 1. `I`d like to appeal to his better nature about winning,` Jackson told reporters at the Knicks practice center. `That`s the beginning of team play.` Jackson, the Hall of Fame coach who won a record 11 NBA titles in charge of the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, came out of retirement last month to run the Knicks, the team he broke in with as a player.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014  23:36

Yahoo

Business - These 11 Genius Business Cards Put Everyone Else`s To Shame


If you think the Internet has rendered business cards obsolete, it probably just means you need a better idea. The fact is, the vast majority of Americans still exchange cards when they first meet, according to a recent survey by DesignCrowd, a crowdsourcing site that sells business card designs. You just need make sure your card stands out among the rest. If you`re struggling to think outside the box, here`s some inspiration. For the fitness guru who wants to show off those downward-facing digits. Or the yoga instructor who is ready to roll. For the plastic surgeon who is well-endowed.


Thursday, April 24, 2014  03:23

Yahoo

World - 5 things to know about Super Rugby, round 11


WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The 11th round of Super Rugby encompasses the ANZAC Day holiday which commemorates the contributions of Australian and New Zealand military personnel since the start of World War 1.


Thursday, April 24, 2014  01:59

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World - Turkey`s Erdogan offers unexpected condolences for Armenian killings


By Jonny Hogg ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan offered what the government said were unprecedented condolences on Wednesday to the grandchildren of Armenians killed in World War One by Ottoman soldiers. A Turkish government official said it was the first time a Turkish prime minister had offered such explicit condolences, but it was not immediately clear if it would be enough to bring about a thaw in relations between Ankara and its neighbor. The exact nature and scale of what happened during fighting that started in 1915 is highly contentious and continues to sour relations between Turkey and Armenia, a former Soviet republic. Turkey accepts that many Armenians died in clashes, but denies that up to 1.5 million were killed and that this constituted an act of genocide - a term used by many Western historians and foreign parliaments.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014  14:09

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World - Armenian leader says Ankara denies `genocide` but Turks not enemy


By Hasmik Mkrtchyan YEREVAN (Reuters) - Armenian President Serzh Sarksyan accused Turkey of `utter denial` of what Armenia sees as the genocide of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire 99 years ago, but said his country does not consider Turks its enemy. They appeared the same day Turkey`s leader offered what his government said were unprecedented condolences to descendants of Armenians killed by Ottoman soldiers. Deep disagreement about what happened in 1915 continues to poison relations between Muslim Turkey and Christian Armenia. Turkey closed its border with Armenia in 1993 and reconciliation efforts stalled in 2010.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014  21:39

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World - Turkey`s Erdogan offers condolences for 1915 killings of Armenians


By Jonny Hogg ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan offered on Wednesday what the government said were unprecedented condolences to the grandchildren of Armenians killed in World War One by Ottoman soldiers. In a statement issued on the eve of the 99th anniversary of the deeply contested deaths, Erdogan unexpectedly described the events of 1915 as `inhumane`, using more conciliatory language than has often been the case for Turkish leaders. Turkish government officials said it was the first time a Turkish prime minister had offered such explicit condolences and described the statement as a historic step, but Erdogan`s words were dismissed as `cold-hearted and cynical` by an influential U.S.-based Armenian advocacy group. The exact nature and scale of what happened during fighting that started in 1915 is highly contentious and continues to sour relations between Turkey and Armenia, a former Soviet republic.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014  21:14

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World - Turkey`s Erdogan offers condolences for 1915 Armenia killings


By Jonny Hogg ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan offered what the government said were unprecedented condolences on Wednesday to the grandchildren of Armenians killed in World War One by Ottoman soldiers. In a statement issued on the eve of the 99th anniversary of the deeply contested deaths, Erdogan unexpectedly described the events of 1915 as `inhumane`, using more conciliatory language than has often been the case for Turkish leaders. Turkish government officials said it was the first time a Turkish prime minister had offered such explicit condolences and described the statement as a historic step, but Erdogan`s words were dismissed as `cold-hearted and cynical` by an influential U.S.-based Armenian advocacy group. The exact nature and scale of what happened during fighting that started in 1915 is highly contentious and continues to sour relations between Turkey and Armenia, a former Soviet republic.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014  16:42

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