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Woman dies, children hurt in Bahrain bomb blast - police | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

Woman dies, children hurt in Bahrain bomb blast - police | Reuters

DOHA A Bahraini woman died and three children sustained minor injuries when their car was hit by a bomb blast on Thursday that police said was carried out by "terrorists" in southern Bahrain. Shrapnel hit the car the woman was in, the police said, and security forces were investigating the scene of the attack in the village of East Eker, south of Bahrain's capital, Manama, according to an Interior Ministry statement. #Middle East #markets #Security #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Lower voting age leaves many wondering 'Where's Japan's Bernie?' | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

Lower voting age leaves many wondering 'Where's Japan's Bernie?' | Reuters

TOKYO From a shrinking population and a social welfare system creaking under huge ranks of retirees to a stagnant economy that is all they have ever known, Japanese youth have plenty to gripe about. But despite a lowering of the voting age to 18 from 20 ahead of a July national poll, few see hope for a youth-driven movement like the one that energised U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign for Democratic Party presidential nomination #United States #Business #Japan #Middle East #Entertainment
U.S.-backed rebel group vows new attacks against IS after border raid | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

U.S.-backed rebel group vows new attacks against IS after border raid | Reuters

AMMAN A U.S.-backed Syrian Arab rebel force vowed on Thursday to continue attacks against Islamic State militants after being forced to retreat from the outskirts of a town near the Iraqi border when the jihadists counter-attacked. The New Syria Army had launched an operation backed by U.S. #Business #Syria #Middle East #Europe #United Kingdom #Entertainment
U.S. sailors divulged sensitive information while held by Iran - Navy | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

U.S. sailors divulged sensitive information while held by Iran - Navy | Reuters

WASHINGTON U.S. sailors who blundered into Iranian waters in January divulged sensitive information to their captors while held at gunpoint by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, a U.S. #Economy #Business #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment #article
Probe of Clinton's email driven by facts, not politics - White House | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

Probe of Clinton's email driven by facts, not politics - White House | Reuters

WASHINGTON The White House on Thursday said the U.S. Justice Department's investigation into Hillary Clinton's email use is being driven by facts and should be free of political interference. #India #Business #Middle East #markets #Argentina #Entertainment #Foreign policy
U.S. military repeals ban on transgender service members | Reuters

Jul 01, 2016

U.S. military repeals ban on transgender service members | Reuters

WASHINGTON The U.S. military is ending its ban on openly serving transgender service members, U.S #India #Business #Health #Entertainment #Foreign policy #article
Yugoslav tribunal upholds sentences against Bosnian Serbs | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Yugoslav tribunal upholds sentences against Bosnian Serbs | Reuters

AMSTERDAM U.N. judges on Thursday upheld the convictions and 22-year sentences of two former Bosnian Serb security officers for war crimes during the breakup of the former Yugoslavia. #Economy #markets #Africa #Crime #Argentina #Entertainment #article
Fire in Kuwait villa kills nine people | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Fire in Kuwait villa kills nine people | Reuters

DOHA A fire which broke out at a villa housing expatriate workers in Kuwait on Thursday killed nine Asian residents including children and injured 23, a Fire Service Directorate spokesman said. Six people, at least one of whom was a child, suffocated to death after a blaze tore through a house that had been subdivided into multiple residences in Farwaniya, a suburb 15 km (10 miles) south of Kuwait City, and three others died from injuries in hospital, the spokesman said. He did not give details of the victims' nationalities or identities. #United States #Economy #India #Business #science #Entertainment
Pakistan plans talks with Afghanistan, U.N. agency over refugees' return | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Pakistan plans talks with Afghanistan, U.N. agency over refugees' return | Reuters

ISLAMABAD Pakistan plans talks with Afghanistan and the United Nations refugee agency to move longtime Afghan refugees to camps at home, the foreign office said on Thursday, after the numbers of those returning plunged this year. Pakistan has the world's second largest refugee population, with more than 1.5 million registered, and about a million unregistered, refugees from neighbouring Afghanistan, most of whom fled the Soviet occupation of their country in the 1980s. The U.N. #United States #Economy #markets #Crime #Entertainment #Foreign policy
Istanbul airport bombers were Russian, Uzbek, Kyrgyz - Turkish official | Reuters

Jun 30, 2016

Istanbul airport bombers were Russian, Uzbek, Kyrgyz - Turkish official | Reuters

ISTANBUL Three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers who killed 43 people in a gun and bomb attack at Istanbul's main airport this week were Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals, a Turkish government official said on Thursday. The attack on one of the world's busiest airports, a hub at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, was the deadliest in a series of suicide bombings in Turkey this year. The three bombers opened fire to create panic outside, before two of them got inside the terminal building and blew themselves up. #India #Business #Turkey #Entertainment #article