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Colorado movie gunman's sister sobs, says she still loves him| Reuters

Jul 28, 2015

Colorado movie gunman's sister sobs, says she still loves him| Reuters

DENVER The younger sister of Colorado movie massacre gunman James Holmes testified at his trial for the first time on Monday, telling jurors who will decide his fate that the murders were completely out of character, and she still loves him. Chris Holmes, 22, was called by the defence during the punishment phase of the trial. Jurors have found her brother guilty of killing 12 people and wounding 70 during a midnight screening of a Batman film at a Denver area multiplex in July 2012 #India #Technology #markets #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Louisiana shooting suspect never involuntarily committed - Georgia authorities| Reuters

Jul 28, 2015

Louisiana shooting suspect never involuntarily committed - Georgia authorities| Reuters

The man who police say killed two women at a Louisiana movie theatre was able to legally buy a gun because there was never an order to have him hospitalized for psychiatric care against his will, Georgia state authorities said on Monday. Suspect John R. Houser, who killed himself after Thursday's rampage in Lafayette, Louisiana, purchased the weapon he used in the attack from an Alabama pawnshop in 2014, authorities say #Business #Middle East #Africa #Crime #Entertainment #author #events
U.S. Navy investigates report of cancer cluster at Guantanamo| Reuters

Jul 28, 2015

U.S. Navy investigates report of cancer cluster at Guantanamo| Reuters

NEW YORK The U.S. Navy is investigating a complaint that seeks the evacuation of civilian and military lawyers from parts of the U.S #Business #Technology #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #opinion
Singapore's ruling party contends with new voting majority| Reuters

Jul 28, 2015

Singapore's ruling party contends with new voting majority| Reuters

SINGAPORE, July 28 - When Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence on Aug. 9 and its older citizens eulogise the country's economic feats, its ruling party founded by the late Lee Kuan Yew faces an unprecedented wave of young voters who may not be as nostalgic. For the first time, citizens born after the country's independence in 1965 will likely account for the majority of voters in a general election due to take place by January 2017. As of 2014, almost 54 percent of citizens above 20 were born in 1965 and later, compared with 46 percent born after independence in 2010. #Politics #Sports #Technology #Middle East #markets #Latin America #Entertainment
Singapore's ruling party contends with new voting majority| Reuters

Jul 28, 2015

Singapore's ruling party contends with new voting majority| Reuters

SINGAPORE, July 28 - When Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence on Aug. #Business #India #Middle East #science #United Kingdom #Entertainment #opinion
Yemeni Houthis say have not been informed by U.N. about ceasefire | Reuters

Jul 27, 2015

Yemeni Houthis say have not been informed by U.N. about ceasefire | Reuters

SANAA Yemeni Houthis said they had not been formally notified by the United Nations of a ceasefire due to take effect on Sunday evening, the Houthi-allied Saba news agency reported. The agency quoted Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the supreme revolutionary committee, as saying the group would not declare a positive or negative stance towards the ceasefire until the United Nations formally notified them of it. #science #Africa #United Kingdom #Entertainment #opinion
Yemeni Houthis say have not been informed by U.N. about ceasefire | Reuters

Jul 27, 2015

Yemeni Houthis say have not been informed by U.N. about ceasefire | Reuters

SANAA Yemeni Houthis said they had not been formally notified by the United Nations of a ceasefire due to take effect on Sunday evening, the Houthi-allied Saba news agency reported. The agency quoted Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the supreme revolutionary committee, as saying the group would not declare a positive or negative stance towards the ceasefire until the United Nations formally notified them of it. A Saudi-led Arab coalition which has been fighting the Houthi militia in Yemen since March 26 announced on Saturday a ceasefire to take effect at 11.59 p.m. #Business #United States #Technology #science #markets #Argentina #Entertainment
Turkey asks NATO for extraordinary meeting next week| Reuters

Jul 26, 2015

Turkey asks NATO for extraordinary meeting next week| Reuters

ANKARA Turkey has asked NATO to hold an extraordinary council meeting next week to discuss its security operations against Islamic State and PKK Kurdish militants, the foreign ministry said on Sunday. The meeting is likely to be held on Tuesday, it said in a statement. (Reporting by Tulay Karadeniz; Writing by David Dolan; Editing by Angus MacSwan) #India #Syria #Islam #Latin America #Entertainment
Cuba tones down anti-U.S. rhetoric on revolution's main holiday| Reuters

Jul 26, 2015

Cuba tones down anti-U.S. rhetoric on revolution's main holiday| Reuters

SANTIAGO, Cuba Cuban leaders pledged to keep socialism alive but toned down the anti-U.S. rhetoric at Cuba's first national holiday since re-establishing diplomatic relations with the United States on July 20. Sunday marked the 62nd anniversary of the first offensive by Fidel Castro's guerrillas against the army of U.S.-backed leader Fulgencio Batista in 1953, starting a rebellion that brought down Batista more than five years later #Business #United Kingdom #Cuba #Entertainment #Foreign policy
Filipino fishermen remove Chinese buoys near disputed shoal, officials say| Reuters

Jul 26, 2015

Filipino fishermen remove Chinese buoys near disputed shoal, officials say| Reuters

MANILA Filipino fishermen found several buoys with Chinese markings near the disputed Scarborough Shoal and towed the devices back to shore northwest of the capital, Manila, Philippines officials said on Sunday. China seized control of the rocky outcrop in the South China Sea in 2012 after a three-month stand-off with Philippine coast guard ships, preventing Filipino fishermen from getting near their traditional fishing grounds #Technology #markets #Argentina #Latin America #Entertainment