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Bird flu: Nagaland, Mizoram ban import of poultry from Manipur

Apr 24, 2015

Bird flu: Nagaland, Mizoram ban import of poultry from Manipur

Nagaland and Mizoram governments today imposed a ban on import of poultry and related products from Manipur in the wake of reports of bird flu in the neighbouring state. #India #Nagaland #NewsTracker #Manipur #Bird flu #Mizoram
Obama proposes new data laws as US Central Command hacked

Jan 13, 2015

Obama proposes new data laws as US Central Command hacked

President Barack Obama on Monday said he wants to work with Congress on new laws that would do more to protect Americans' privacy and the trail of data they leave on smart phones, computers and other devices. Underscoring the threat posed by hackers, the Twitter feed of US. #Business #facebook #United States #India #Brazil #France #markets #Mexico #author #Bird flu
U.S. says should have sent high level official to Paris march

Jan 13, 2015

U.S. says should have sent high level official to Paris march

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Monday conceded that the United States should have sent a higher-level representative to a Paris unity march after deadly Islamic militant attacks there and said President Barack Obama would liked to have come. Some Republican lawmakers and U.S. media outlets have criticized Obama's administration for not sending a top leader to the march, which featured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas flanking the leaders of France, Germany and Mali #Business #Obama #India #Technology #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #French #Mexico #author #Bird flu #Real estate
EU rejects hasty security response to Paris killings

Jan 13, 2015

EU rejects hasty security response to Paris killings

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union wants governments and security forces to work more closely together to counter threats of violence like that in Paris last week, but cautioned on Monday against a hasty response. As France put troops on the streets, Hungary's prime minister called for Europe to close its doors to immigration and EU ministers agreed to consider changing passport-free travel rules, the bloc's executive said enhancements to counter-terrorism cooperation were already in the works and called for urgent consultations on what further improvements can be made. Quoting European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, a spokeswoman told a news briefing in Brussels on Monday that it was "first time for silence before action" #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #Russia #Paris #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #Bird flu #european
Fidel Castro writes Maradona to quell death rumors: Venezuela TV

Jan 13, 2015

Fidel Castro writes Maradona to quell death rumors: Venezuela TV

CARACAS (Reuters) - Fidel Castro has sent a letter to his friend and Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona, a Venezuelan-based TV network said on Monday, adding that the missive quashed rumors that the former Cuban leader might have died. The elder Castro had not been heard from nor seen in public since his brother Raul's historic U.S.-Cuba rapprochement last month, and the silence has re-ignited speculation about his health. #United States #India #Japan #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #markets #Argentina #author #Bird flu
Israel shuts Muslim groups over Jerusalem shrine tensions

Jan 13, 2015

Israel shuts Muslim groups over Jerusalem shrine tensions

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel shut down three local Islamist groups on Monday, accusing them of stoking tensions at a contested shrine in occupied East Jerusalem that has seen increased visits by Jews. Al Aqsa mosque compound in East Jerusalem is Islam's third-holiest site and the vestige of Judaism's ancient temples #Business #India #Brazil #Arabic #Russia #Israel #markets #Mexico #author #Bird flu #opinion
China bans U.S. poultry, eggs imports amid avian flu fears- USDA

Jan 13, 2015

China bans U.S. poultry, eggs imports amid avian flu fears- USDA

CHICAGO (Reuters) - China has banned all imports of U.S. poultry, poultry products and eggs amid recent reports of highly pathogenic strains of avian influenza found in the Pacific Northwest, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday. #Business #India #Pakistan #Brazil #Arabic #Russia #Argentina #United Kingdom #Bird flu
Nigeria's military says 150 killed in Boko Haram clashes in Baga

Jan 13, 2015

Nigeria's military says 150 killed in Boko Haram clashes in Baga

ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's military said on Monday that at least 150 people had been killed in clashes with Islamists in the northeastern town of Baga, giving a rare official death toll a few weeks before presidential elections in which security is a big issue. Defence spokesman Major-General Chris Olukolade was reacting to reports that some 2,000 had been killed by Boko Haram insurgents who took control of Baga and the surrounding area 10 days ago. The military is fighting to reclaim it. #Brazil #France #Arabic #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #author #Bird flu #opinion #Real estate
Venezuelan shortages, long lines spark violence, arrests

Jan 13, 2015

Venezuelan shortages, long lines spark violence, arrests

CARACAS/ SAN CRISTOBAL (Reuters) - At least a dozen protesters arrested in Venezuela remained in jail on Monday and masked assailants burned a bus overnight amid scattered unrest over swelling lines for basic goods, activists said. Police rounded up 16 people for protesting in front of stores over the weekend, according to the opposition MUD coalition, which said four of them were released shortly after. Rights group Penal Forum said 18 protesters were still behind bars on Monday #United States #India #China #Pakistan #Technology #Venezuela #markets #United Kingdom #Mexico #author #Bird flu #opinion
Canadian police fail to stop violence against Aboriginals - report

Jan 13, 2015

Canadian police fail to stop violence against Aboriginals - report

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police have failed to adequately prevent and protect indigenous women and girls from killings, disappearances and extreme forms of violence, a U.S.-based human rights group said on Monday. The damning 127-page report by the branch of the Organization of American States said police failure and systemic discrimination against Canada's Aboriginal community has contributed to the plight of missing or murdered indigenous women and the poverty that is at the root of the violence. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said last May that 1,017 Aboriginal women had been murdered between 1980 and 2012. #India #Technology #France #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Mexico #author #Bird flu #Real estate