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Thursday, October 8, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

South Africa apartheid assassin de Kock given parole

South African apartheid-era death squad commander Eugene de Kock has been granted parole after 20 years in jail. He was nicknamed “Prime Evil” for his role in the killing and maiming of activists fighting white minority rule in the 1980s and early 1990s. Justice Minister Michael Masutha said De Kock would be released “in the interests of nation-building”. De Kock, 66, was sentenced in 1996 to two life terms in prison and a further 212 years for the crimes he committed. Mr Masutha said the time and place of De Kock’s release would not be made public. The justice minister…

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Italy’s Renzi wrangles with leaders before presidency vote

Italy’s political leaders are holding talks to try to reach agreement on candidates as parliament prepares to vote for a new president. Giorgio Napolitano, 89, stood down this month, citing “signs of fatigue”. The post is largely ceremonial, but the vote is seen as an important moment for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. Mr Renzi is said to back constitutional court judge Sergio Mattarella, but any candidate needs a two-thirds majority in the first three rounds of voting. Mr Mattarella once served as defence minister and is a member of Mr Renzi’s centre-left Democratic Party (PD). More than 1,000 people are…

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Athènes veut un «New Deal paneuropéen»

Agence France-Presse ATHÈNES La Grèce souhaite un «New Deal paneuropéen» pour aider l’Europe «à la reprise», a indiqué mercredi le nouveau ministre grec des Finances Yanis Varoufakis. Le nouveau gouvernement d’Alexis Tsipras, chef de la gauche radicale Syriza qui a remporté les législatives dimanche, souhaite «un New Deal paneuropéen pour la reprise», a indiqué M. Varoufakis lors de la passation des pouvoirs avec son prédécesseur Guikas Hardouvelis. Il a réitéré que le pays va «tourner la page de la politique d’austérité». Prêt à «verser son sang» Un gouvernement de «salut national», prêt à «verser son sang» pour les Grecs sans toutefois aller à «une…

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Obama’s pivot on oil draws fire from left

President Obama unveiled plans Tuesday to open swaths of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans to new oil and gas exploration, enraging Democrats and environmentalists who had cheered him just two days earlier for blocking drilling elsewhere. The Interior Department’s five-year lease plan would allow drilling in three areas off the coast of Alaska and one in a portion of the Atlantic for the first time in nearly four decades. The shift in policy, gas prices being at new lows, is dramatic for Obama, who’s been seeking to burnish his legacy as a president who has worked to stop climate change….

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Clinton willing to testify before Benghazi panel, Democrat says

By Martin Matishak – 01/27/15 05:19 PM EST Hillary Clinton is willing to testify before the House Select Committee that is investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, according to the panel’s top Democrat. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) on Tuesday said he has spoken to Clinton about the possibility of testifying at the request of Rep. Trey Gowdy (S.C.), the panel’s Republican chairman, and she “did not hesitate for one second.” “She said … I’ll do it, period,” Cummings said after the committee’s third hearing. Cummings said Clinton, who was secretary of State at the time of the Benghazi attacks, indicated to…

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Obama presses India on equal rights

President Obama urged India to better protect religious freedom and ethnic equality in a farewell speech on Tuesday, arguing that “our nations are strongest when we uphold the equality of all our people.” In the speech to an audience of 1,500 at a government center in New Delhi, the president pressured India to do more to secure equal rights.   Alluding to the repeated reports of sexual violence against women within India, Obama said women needed not only to be treated fairly under the law, but able to “walk the street” without fear. “Every woman should be able to go…

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Ukraine rebels move to encircle government troops in new advance

(Reuters) – Russian-backed rebels advanced to encircle a Ukrainian army garrison town on Monday in a new offensive that has again unleashed all-out war after a five-month ceasefire and brought threats of new Western sanctions against Moscow. The United States and the European Union are considering new measures after accusing Russia of openly supporting the latest rebel advance with money, arms and troops on the ground. Ambassadors of NATO countries and Ukraine met in Brussels on Monday to discuss a response to the fighting, their first such emergency meeting since August. Moscow denies playing a military role. Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Kiev of…

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Le FBI arrête un espion russe présumé à New York

BRIGITTE DUSSEAU Agence France-Presse New York Le FBI a annoncé lundi à New York l’arrestation d’un «espion russe» qui était selon la police fédérale américaine membre d’un réseau essayant de collecter des données économiques et de recruter des Américains. Evgeni Bouriakov, alias «Zhenya», 39 ans, a été arrêté dans l’arrondissement du Bronx lundi matin. Il se faisait passer pour un employé de banque russe, selon le ministère américain de la justice qui a précisé que deux complices supposés du même réseau, protégés par une immunité diplomatique, avaient quitté les États-Unis. Ces deux complices présumés ont été identifiés comme Igor Sporichev,…

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NATO chief ready to meet Russia’s Lavrov in February

(Reuters) – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Friday he was ready to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov next month in Munich, as fighting escalates in easternUkraine. Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine on Friday ruled out joining more peace talks and said they would push on with a new offensive to seize territory from government forces. In an interview with Reuters, Stoltenberg described a “substantial increase in Russian heavy equipment” in Ukraine, supplying a conflict that the United Nations says has killed more than 5,000 people, including 262 in the last nine days. “We speak about tanks, armed vehicles, artillery, advanced air defense…

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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah dies

Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has died in hospital, state TV says. The announcement, made early on Friday, said his brother, Salman, had become king. Before the announcement, Saudi television cut to Koranic verses, which often signifies the death of a senior royal. King Abdullah, who was said to be aged about 90, had been in hospital for several weeks suffering from a lung infection. Abdullah came to the throne in 2005 but had suffered frequent bouts of ill health in recent years. King Salman has succeeded Abdullah King Salman, 79, had recently taken on the ailing monarch’s responsibilities. The…

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