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Antilles: 17 migrants meurent dans un naufrage

Les îles Turks et Caïcos se trouvent sur la trajectoire des nombreux candidats haïtiens à l’immigration illégale qui tentent de rallier les côtes américaines sur des embarcations de fortune. PHOTO ISSUE DE GOOGLE MAPS Agence France-Presse Miami Dix-sept personnes soupçonnées d’être des migrants clandestins haïtiens, sont mortes mercredi au large des îles Turks et Caïcos, lorsque leur bateau a chaviré, ont indiqué les autorités de ce territoire d’outre-mer du Royaume-Uni. Trente-trois autres personnes, 20 hommes, un enfant de sexe masculin, et 12 femmes, ont pu être secourues et conduite dans un centre de détention pour migrants, a indiqué un commissaire…

Centrafrique : à Bangui, les soldats français entre deux feux

REPORTAGE – De violents affrontements ont eu lieu mercredi aux abords de l’aéroport, forçant l’armée française à intervenir. Envoyé spécial à Bangui Les rues sont désertes et les maisons ­vides. Sur la terre rougeâtre, une poule esseulée passe, puis un jeune homme pressé. À Cattin, un quartier du nord de Bangui, les habitants ont préféré partir pour s’empiler dans les camps de réfugiés. Les impacts de balles sur les murs, les traces d’incendies, çà et là, sont les signes des violences qui reviennent hanter Cattin. Au bout de la route, le petit pont en traverses de chemin de fer, qui…

18 Haitians die after boat capsizes off Turks and Caicos

(Reuters) – Eighteen Haitians died on Wednesday morning off the Turks and Caicos islands after a sailboat carrying more than 50 suspected immigrants capsized while being towed into port, officials said. Thirty-two Haitians were pulled from the waters about 100 meters off Providenciales, an island in the Turks and Caicos islands north of Haiti in the Caribbean, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The survivors are being held in a Turks and Caicos immigration detention and removal center. Turks and Caicos police intercepted the boat around 3 a.m. EST (0800 GMT) on Christmas day, according to a statement on the…

Japan PM Shinzo Abe visits Yasukuni WW2 shrine

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is visiting a controversial shrine to World War Two dead, exactly one year after he took office. Mr Abe said his visit to Yasukuni was “to pledge and determine that never again will people suffer in war”. He said it was “not intended to hurt the Chinese or South Koreans”. But a Chinese foreign ministry official was quick to denounce the visit as “absolutely unacceptable to the Chinese people”. Yasukuni honours several convicted Japanese war criminals. Beijing and Seoul see it as a symbol of Tokyo’s war-time aggression. This is the first visit to Yasukuni…

Turkey ministers Caglayan, Guler and Bayraktar resign amid scandal

The three ministers to resign – Zafer Caglayan (R), Erdogan Bayraktar (C) and Muammer Guler (2L) – were at Ankara airport to meet the PM on Tuesday One of three Turkish cabinet ministers who have resigned over a corruption scandal, Environment Minister Erdogan Bayraktar, has urged Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to step down. Mr Bayraktar, Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan and Interior Minister Muammer Guler quit after their sons were taken into custody. All three deny any wrongdoing. Police are investigating allegations of illicit money transfers to Iran and bribery for construction projects. All three ministers had appeared with Mr…

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood declared ‘terrorist group’

The military-backed interim Egyptian government has declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group after blaming it for a deadly attack on a police HQ earlier this week. The group, whose candidate Mohammed Morsi won the presidential poll last year before being deposed by the military, had already been outlawed. Thousands of its supporters have been arrested in a crackdown. A Muslim Brotherhood leader in exile vowed that protests would continue. ‘Horrified’ Deputy Prime Minister Hossam Eissa announced the move, which will give the authorities more power to crack down on the Brotherhood. He said that those who belonged to the…

Surge of holiday packages delays UPS shipments

(Reuters) – A high volume of holiday packages overwhelmed shipping and logistics company UPS, the company said on Wednesday, delaying the arrival of Christmas presents around the globe and sending angry consumers to social media to vent. A collision of factors, including a higher volume than expected and recent patches of bad weather, caused the delays, UPS spokeswoman Natalie Black said. The company projected 132 million deliveries last week “and obviously we exceeded that,” Black said, without disclosing how many packages had been sent. “For now, UPS is really focused on delivering the remaining packages,” Black said. “You might not…

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