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Lesotho prime minister returns home

The Associated Press JOHANNESBURG — A police official says Lesotho’s prime minister has returned home safely after military actions forced him to flee the mountainous kingdom over the weekend. Assistant Police Commissioner Lehloka Maphatsoe said Wednesday that South African police and defense forces are in the capital, Maseru, for Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s personal security. He said the deputy prime minister and others who were in South Africa for talks have also returned. Lesotho’s crisis started Saturday when the military disarmed police stations. Radios were also jammed in what the prime minister said was a coup attempt in the country…

Kiev annonce un accord sur «un régime de cessez-le-feu»

Agence France-Presse KIEV L’Ukraine a annoncé mercredi un accord avec Vladimir Poutine sur «un régime de cessez-le-feu» dans l’Est séparatiste prorusse, mais le Kremlin a souligné qu’il n’était pas «partie prenante au conflit» et ne pouvait décider d’une telle mesure. À l’issue d’une conversation téléphonique entre les présidents russe et ukrainien, la présidence ukrainienne a dans un premier temps fait état d’un accord sur «un cessez-le-feu permanent dans le Donbass», bassin minier de l’Est qui comprend les régions de Donetsk et de Lougansk en proie à de violents combats. Peu après, la présidence a nuancé ses propos, soulignant que l’accord…

Ukraine crisis: Putin hopes for peace deal by Friday

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is hoping for a peace agreement to be reached between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels by Friday. Mr Putin urged both sides to stop military action in eastern Ukraine, adding that his views and those of his Ukrainian counterpart were very close. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko said earlier they had agreed by phone on a “ceasefire process”. Meanwhile the US president offered solidarity with Baltic Nato members. Barack Obama is in the Estonian capital Tallinn with President Toomas Hendrik Ilves of Estonia and the leaders of Latvia and Lithuania, all former Soviet states which…

‘We will not be intimidated’ by ISIS

President Obama on Wednesday pledged that the U.S. would “degrade and destroy” the Islamist terrorist group responsible for the beheading of two American journalists, saying the U.S. was “repulsed” by the slayings. “We will not be intimidated,” Obama said during a joint press conference in Estonia. “Their horrific acts only unite us as a country and stiffen our resolve to take the fight against these terrorists. And those who make the mistake of harming Americans will learn that we will not forget, and that our reach is long and that justice will be served.” The president’s comments came the morning…

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