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Putin says Trump clever, will understand new responsibilities | Reuters

Updated : Dec 04, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Putin says Trump clever, will understand new responsibilities | Reuters

MOSCOW U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is a clever man and will quickly understand his new responsibilities, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with NTV TV.Putin has spoken previously of his hope that Trump will help restore U.S.-Russia relations, and analysts said he was unlikely to want to dial up anti-Western rhetoric before Trump's inauguration in January."Trump was an entrepreneur and a businessman #United States #India #Middle East #Europe #markets #Argentina #Entertainment
Fleeing Aleppo fighting, Syrians describe terrifying choices | Reuters

Updated : Dec 04, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Fleeing Aleppo fighting, Syrians describe terrifying choices | Reuters

BEIRUT As Syrian government forces advanced into Aleppo's rebel-held al-Sakhour district, Hasan al-Ali said he faced the choice of staying put and being caught by the army, or fleeing into a shrinking rebel enclave under relentless bombardment.A father of three children, he opted for the latter, though food, fuel, water and medicine are running critically low in rebel-held areas, such is his fear of the Syrian government that insurgents have been trying to unseat for more than five years."I didn't take anything with me. I took the kids, ran to my car, and left... We took the decision at the final hour, because the army could have swooped in at any moment," the 33-year-old said, speaking in eastern Aleppo. #Middle East #Europe #Army #markets #United Kingdom #Entertainment #city
Singapore minister urges U.S. focus on strategic interest in Asia | Reuters

Updated : Dec 04, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Singapore minister urges U.S. focus on strategic interest in Asia | Reuters

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. The United States should focus on larger strategic interests in the Asia-Pacific region, including expanding trade ties, the defense minister of Singapore said on Saturday, when asked about the controversy sparked by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's phone call with the president of Taiwan.Ng Eng Hen said it was not Singapore's place to comment on Trump's phone calls, but welcomed comments by his aides reaffirming Trump's support for the longstanding U.S. #China #Middle East #markets #President #Entertainment #lifestyle
Fire at California loft party kills at least 9, two dozen missing | Reuters

Updated : Dec 04, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Fire at California loft party kills at least 9, two dozen missing | Reuters

By Peter Henderson | OAKLAND, Calif. OAKLAND, Calif. #United States #markets #Argentina #Fire #Innovation #Entertainment #article
Nine dead, many missing, in California party fire | Reuters

Updated : Dec 03, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Nine dead, many missing, in California party fire | Reuters

By Peter Henderson | OAKLAND, Calif. #Economy #India #Business #Middle East #Fire #Entertainment #city
Mosul residents fear cold and hunger of winter siege | Reuters

Updated : Dec 03, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Mosul residents fear cold and hunger of winter siege | Reuters

By Ahmed Rasheed | BAGHDAD BAGHDAD No food or fuel has reached Mosul in nearly a week and the onset of rain and cold weather threatens a tough winter for more than a million people still in Islamic State-held areas of the city, residents said on Saturday.Iraqi troops waging a six-week-old offensive against the militants controlling Mosul have advanced into eastern city districts, while other forces have sealed Mosul's southern and northern approaches and 10 days ago blocked the road west.But their advance has been hampered by waves of counter-attacks from the ultra-hardline Islamists who have controlled the city since mid-2014 and built a network of tunnels in preparation for their defence of north Iraq's largest city.The slow progress means the campaign is likely to drag on throughout the winter, and has prompted warnings from aid groups that civilians face a near complete siege in the coming months.A trader in Mosul, speaking by telephone, said no new food or fuel supplies had reached the city since Sunday. Despite attempts by the militants to keep prices stable, and the arrest last week of dozens of shopkeepers accused of hiking prices, the trader said food had become more expensive and fuel prices had tripled."We've been living under a real state of siege for a week," said one resident of west Mosul, several miles (km) from the frontline neighbourhoods on the east bank of the Tigris river."Two days ago the electricity generator supplying the neighbourhood stopped working because of lack of fuel. Water is cut and food prices have risen and it's terribly cold #India #Army #Iraq #crisis #Entertainment #city
Gambians celebrate after voting out 'billion year' leader | Reuters

Updated : Dec 03, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Gambians celebrate after voting out 'billion year' leader | Reuters

By Chiekh Sadibou Mane and Thierry Gouegnon | BANJUL BANJUL Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh, who vowed to rule the tiny West African nation for "a billion years", was handed a shock election defeat on Friday 22 years after seizing power in a coup.Voting on Thursday against Jammeh, who has not been seen in public since the result was confirmed, was a rare show of defiance against a leader who has ruled by decree and who rights groups say crushes dissent by imprisoning and torturing opponents. Celebrations erupted in the streets of Banjul, a normally sleepy seaside capital whose white beaches lined with palm trees are a draw for European tourists.Gambians shouted: "We are free. We won't be slaves of anyone." Some waved the Gambian flag and opposition party signs.Hours after the electoral commission head declared businessman Adama Barrow president-elect on state television, with 45.5 percent of the vote against Jammeh's 36.7 percent, there was no official word from Jammeh or his team about stepping down or accepting the outcome.However, the lack of a security presence among revellers denouncing the old guard suggested the result would stand. #Business #markets #Africa #Entertainment #lifestyle
China's Xi says watching closely following U.S. election | Reuters

Updated : Dec 02, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

China's Xi says watching closely following U.S. election | Reuters

BEIJING Chinese President Xi Jinping told former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger on Friday that China was watching U.S. #India #Middle East #Argentina #Entertainment #Foreign policy #lifestyle
Brazil Senate boss Calheiros indicted for embezzlement | Reuters

Updated : Dec 02, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Brazil Senate boss Calheiros indicted for embezzlement | Reuters

By Lisandra Paraguassu | BRASILIA BRASILIA Brazil's Supreme Court indicted the president of the Senate, Renan Calheiros, on Thursday for embezzlement, a ruling that is expected to fan growing tensions between the judiciary and Congress over corruption cases.The top court voted 8-3 to try the senator charges of misusing public funds in a nine-year-old case involving the payment of child support for a daughter Calheiros had in an extramarital affair. Calheiros was indicted for billing the Senate for car rentals with false contracts. But the court dismissed charges he had falsified documents, including receipts for cow sales, to mask palimony payments prosecutors said came from an engineering firm.Renan, a key ally for President Michel Temer's drive to restore fiscal discipline and pull Brazil from recession, faces 11 investigations for corruption, eight of them for what prosecutors describe as kickbacks in the massive graft scandal centred on state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro S.A., known as Petrobras (PETR4.SA) #United States #Business #Congress #science #Argentina #Entertainment #lifestyle
Trump warns of consequences for U.S. firms sending jobs abroad | Reuters

Updated : Dec 02, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Trump warns of consequences for U.S. firms sending jobs abroad | Reuters

By Emily Stephenson | INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANAPOLIS, President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday warned that U.S. companies will face "consequences" for outsourcing jobs overseas, as he touted his early success in persuading an air conditioner maker to keep around 1,000 jobs in the United States rather than move them to Mexico. "Companies are not going to leave the United States any more without consequences. #India #Barack Obama #Middle East #markets #Argentina #Entertainment #Mexico