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Top News: World

Op-Ed: CIA-Linked Haftar claims international support for Tripoli attack

Tripoli - Even though CIA-linked General Haftar claims his bombing of Misrata militia in Tripoli was a joint effort with the international community there seems little attention let alone analysis in the media of what is happening in Libya
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Liberia's Ebola clampdown turns violent as official evacuated

Monrovia - Violence erupted in an Ebola quarantine zone in Liberia's capital Wednesday when soldiers opened fire and used tear gas on crowds as they evacuated a state official and her family.
In the Media by Zoom Dosso (AFP) - 1 comment

Obama warns of jihadist 'cancer' as U.S. reveals failed rescue

Washington - U.S. President Barack Obama demanded Wednesday the world take action against the "cancer" of jihadist extremism in Iraq, as Washington revealed it had failed in an operation to free U.S. hostages in neighboring Syria.
In the Media by Jerome Cartillier (AFP)

Op-Ed: Obama had tried to rescue photojournalist Foley

Washington D.c. - It was clear there was something even more somber than usual when President Barack Obama talked of the slaughter of photojournalist James Foley, calling him a friend. Obama had sent special forces to try to rescue him, sources are reporting.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Op-Ed: Where would more citizenship revoking lead to?

London - The British government has shown no hesitation in revoking living rights and citizenship from those residing in their country and in the same breath fighting against the values of their country.
In the Media by Bill K. Anderson

China 'cult' members on trial for McDonald's killing: Court

Beijing - Five people accused by Chinese authorities of being members of a religious cult went on trial Thursday for beating a woman to death at a McDonald's restaurant, the court said.
In the Media by AFP

Rescuers comb through devastation of Japan landslide

Tokyo - Thousands of rescuers combed through the wreckage of homes engulfed by landslides in western Japan on Thursday in the slim hope of finding survivors, a day after a wall of mud claimed at least 39 lives.
In the Media by Miwa Suzuki (AFP)

Thai army chief named prime minister

Bangkok - Thailand's junta-picked national assembly on Thursday chose coup leader General Prayut Chan-O-Cha as prime minister in a one-horse race that entrenched the military's hold on power.
In the Media by Thanaporn Promyamyai (AFP)

Rubik, Kertész receive top Hungarian honour

Budapest - Nobel Prize-winning author Imre Kertész and world-famous inventor Ernő Rubik have received Hungary’s highest state order, the Order of Saint Stephen.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 2 comments

Yemen pays $1 million to families of U.S. drone victims

Sanaa - The Yemeni government has paid out more than $1 million U.S. to relatives of victims of a U.S. drone strike. Documents verifying the payments show that there was evidence that many casualties were civilians with no Al Qaeda connections.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

Hamas warns foreign airlines not to fly into Tel Aviv

Gaza - A Hamas warning to foreign airlines to halt flights into Tel Aviv was to take effect Thursday as a six-week war with Israel spiralled into further bloodshed after truce talks collapsed.
In the Media by Jennie Matthew (AFP)

Turkey ruling party set to name Davutoglu as PM

Ankara - Turkey's ruling party meets on Thursday to choose a new leader and premier to succeed incoming president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, with Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu the overwhelming favourite for the job.
In the Media by AFP

Brazil Socialists pick new candidate, target Rousseff

Bras - Brazil's Socialist party named popular environmentalist Marina Silva its presidential candidate Wednesday, reshaping the political landscape after her late running mate Eduardo Campos died in a plane crash last week.
In the Media by Yana Marull (AFP)

Brazil Socialists name presidential candidate after Campos death

Bras - Brazil's Socialist party named popular environmentalist Marina Silva as presidential candidate Wednesday, replacing her late running mate Eduardo Campos after his plane crash death last week.
In the Media by AFP

Dozens killed in Ukraine as army battles to break rebels

Donetsk - Fierce fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels left dozens of civilians dead on Wednesday with artillery pounding central Donetsk as Ukrainian troops pushed on with a bloody offensive.
In the Media by Nicolas Gaudichet with Dmytro Gorshkov in Kiev (AFP)

4 indicted at slaughterhouse behind beef recall

Four officials from a Northern California slaughterhouse — which is facing a massive beef recall — have been indicted by a federal grand jury. They were charged with slaughtering cows with cancer while inspectors were at lunch.
In the Media by Mike White

Guru who sparked global yoga craze dies aged 95

New Delhi - BKS Iyengar, the Indian yoga guru credited with helping to fuel a global explosion in the popularity of the ancient spiritual practice, died on Wednesday aged 95, his website said.
In the Media by Pamposh RAINA (AFP)

Thai junta chief tipped to become PM

Bangkok - Thailand's coup leader is expected to be picked as prime minister by the kingdom's new army-dominated national assembly, junta sources said Wednesday, cementing the military's hold on power in the politically turbulent nation.
In the Media by Boonradom Chitradon (AFP)

Obama warns of jihadist 'cancer' in Iraq as reporter slain

Washington - US President Barack Obama on Wednesday demanded the world take action against the "cancer" of jihadist extremism in Iraq, after militants murdered an American reporter.
In the Media by Jérôme Cartillier (AFP)
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