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Attaque revendiquée par l’EI au Bangladesh: un mort et 80 blessés -

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Russia says wants Syria elections, ready to help Free Syrian Army -

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Russia wants Iran arms embargo ended as soon as possible

(Reuters…)  Russia called on Thursday for a U.N. weapons embargo on Iran to be lifted as soon as possible, saying it would help Tehran contribute to the fight against terrorism. The arms embargo is among stumbling blocks at talks in Vienna between Iran and six major powers, including Russia, on curbing Tehran’s nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. “We are calling for lifting the embargo as soon as possible and we will support the choices that Iran’s negotiators make,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a summit of the BRICS emerging economies in the Russian city of Ufa. “Iran is a consistent supporter…

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These companies have dumped Donald Trump

Since making controversial comments about Mexican immigrantsduring his campaign kick-off speech, part-time Palm Beacher Donald Trump has seen several major companies and celebrities — and even countries — part ways with his brands. Here’s the latest list. We’ll keep this updated if more are announced. Companies dumping Trump • Univision: The Spanish-language network set off a chain reaction with its announcement it would not air the Donald Trump-owned Miss USA pageant. Univision also said it would sever all ties with Trump’s businesses. • Televisa: Will not air Miss USA. • NBC: Will not air Miss USA. • Serta: Will not renew its contract with Trump Home at the…

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Chile vs Argentina@4:00 And Women – Germany vs England….

1:15 PM ET Monaco vs Hannover 96 19:15 CET 1:30 PM ET Greece vs USA 19:30 CET 1:30 PM ET Alianza Atletico vs Cienciano 19:30 CET 1:35 PM ET Houston Astros vs Boston Red Sox 19:35 CET 1:55 PM ET Bulgaria vs Argentina 19:55 CET 2:00 PM ET Jamie Conlan vs Junior Granados 20:00 CET 2:00 PM ET Coritiba vs Joinville 20:00 CET 2:00 PM ET France vs South Korea 20:00 CET 2:10 PM ET Baltimore Orioles vs Chicago White Sox 20:10 CET 2:10 PM ET Belgium vs Netherlands 20:10 CET 2:15 PM ET San Diego Padres vs St. Louis…

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Tunisia attack on Sousse beach ‘kills 28’

At least 28 people, mostly foreigners, have been killed in an attack on a beach near two tourist hotels in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse, according to the interior ministry. Officials say one gunman has been shot dead and another is being pursued. Interior Ministry officials said Tunisians, Britons, Germans and Belgians are among the dead. In March militants killed 22 people, mainly foreign tourists, in an attack on a museum in the capital Tunis. Officials say six people have been injured in the attack. Tunisia attacks: Live updates Local media reported that the second attacker had been arrested,…

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Pakistan: la canicule fait plus de 1000 morts

Agence France-Presse KARACHI La canicule qui a frappé le sud du Pakistan ces derniers jours a fait plus de 1000 morts, la plupart dans la mégalopole de Karachi, selon un nouveau bilan fourni jeudi par les hôpitaux et ONG locaux. La chaleur étouffante avait atteint 45 °C le weekend dernier à Karachi, capitale financière et plus grande ville du pays avec ses quelque 20 millions d’habitants, frappant de plein fouet les plus pauvres, mendiants et travailleurs journaliers notamment. Si la situation s’est améliorée avec un temps plus couvert et une baisse des températures depuis mercredi, les victimes ont continué à affluer…

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Glastonbury festival announces visit from Dalai Lama

Glastonbury festival has confirmed that the Dalai Lama will make a special appearance at the festival. The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader will visit the Somerset site on Sunday, although no timing has been announced. Festival organiser Emily Eavis said she was “honoured” to welcome him, calling his visit “a special moment for the festival”. Kanye West, Florence and the Machine, and The Who headline the festival, which opened its gates on Wednesday. After the first night, Avon and Somerset Police report they had arrested 10 people for drug offences and thefts from tents. By the time the music starts on…

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Myanmar parliament votes to keep military veto

A vote in Myanmar’s parliament has failed to remove the army’s veto over constitutional change, dealing a blow to hopes for fuller democracy. The bill received a majority of MPs’ votes but not the 75% needed to pass. Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy is expected to see big gains against the ruling party in an election likely to take place in the autumn. The NLD swept the last free general election in 1990 but the then-ruling military junta ignored the results. Ms Suu Kyi is barred from running for president because her two sons hold British not…

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Colombia acts on massacres – punishing whistleblower and promoting officers

Sergeant Carlos Mora started to suspect there was something fishy about his brigade’s combat kills when he was posted to an intelligence unit in the region of Norte de Santander in north-east Colombia in 2006. After a sudden spike in the number of “positive” results, he noticed that the corpses of supposed leftwing guerrillas killed in skirmishes with troops seemed oddly placed, and that weapons found next to the bodies often matched those previously confiscated from common criminals. Mora reported his suspicions to his superior officers, but was met with insults and harassment, and found himself sent on increasingly dangerous assignments. When…

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Une nouvelle vidéo de l’EI montre des prisonniers exécutés par noyade

Une vidéo diffusée mardi par le groupe djihadiste État islamique (EI) montre l’exécution particulièrement cruelle de 16 hommes présentés comme des «espions», dont certains meurent noyés dans une cage plongée dans une piscine. Cette vidéo de 7 minutes 30 a été mise en ligne sur des sites djihadistes par la branche de l’EI de la province de Ninive, dans le nord de l’Irak, dont Mossoul est la capitale. Elle présente 16 «espions» en tunique orange qui sont identifiés et parlent brièvement à la caméra. Ils sont exécutés en trois groupes selon des méthodes que l’EI n’avait jusqu’à présent pas publiquement…

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Prison worker reportedly smuggled escaped convicts tools in hamburger meat

A prison worker accused of helping two convicted killers break out of a maximum-security New York jail earlier this month smuggled them vital tools that were concealed inside frozen chunks of hamburger meat, according to a report published late Monday. Joyce Mitchell, 51, has been charged with felony promoting prison contraband and misdemeanor criminal facilitation in connection with the escape of Richard Matt and David Sweat from Clinton County Correctional Facility on the night of June 5-6. Court documents allege that Mitchell provided the men with hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch and a screwdriver bit in the weeks prior to…

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