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Tunisia hotel gunman trained in Libya jihadist camp - government| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Tunisia hotel gunman trained in Libya jihadist camp - government| Reuters

TUNIS The Tunisian gunman who carried out a deadly attack on a hotel last Friday trained in a jihadist camp in Libya last year, Tunisia's government said on Tuesday. The death toll from the assault on the Imperial Marhaba beach hotel in the popular resort town of Sousse was revised down on Tuesday to 38 from a previously given 39. #Business #Middle East #Crime #Latin America #Entertainment
U.S., Iran presidents issue warnings as nuclear talks extended| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

U.S., Iran presidents issue warnings as nuclear talks extended| Reuters

VIENNA Iran and world powers gave themselves an extra week to reach a nuclear accord, extending a deadline due to expire on Tuesday, while U.S. President Barack Obama said there would be no deal if all pathways to an Iranian nuclear weapon were not cut off. With talks in the final stretch, Iran's president Hassan Rouhani also spoke out, saying his country would resume suspended atomic work if the West breaks its promises #Business #United States #Technology #Middle East #Europe #Latin America #Entertainment
Egypt's Sisi promises tougher legal system as prosecutor buried| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Egypt's Sisi promises tougher legal system as prosecutor buried| Reuters

CAIRO Egypt's president told mourners on Tuesday at the funeral of the country's top prosecutor, killed by a car bomb, that he would unveil tough new security policies in the coming days, vowing that death sentences would be carried out. Monday's killing of public prosecutor Hisham Barakat, the most senior Egyptian official to die in such an attack in years, cast doubt on Egypt's ability to contain an Islamist insurgency that is picking increasingly high-profile targets. In his address at the funeral, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said: "The hand of justice is tied by laws ... #Business #India #Egypt #Crime #Argentina #Entertainment
Obama, Rousseff turn page on spy spat, work on trade, travel| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Obama, Rousseff turn page on spy spat, work on trade, travel| Reuters

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff used a White House visit on Tuesday to turn the page on a spying scandal that had damaged bilateral relations and said they want to work to bolster economic ties. The presidents agreed to a series of steps to make it easier for people and goods to move between the two countries, including reopening fresh beef trade. #India #Brazil #Technology #markets #Crime #Latin America #Entertainment
Around 1,200 escape from Yemen prison, among them Qaeda suspects - officials| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Around 1,200 escape from Yemen prison, among them Qaeda suspects - officials| Reuters

SANAA Around 1,200 prisoners escaped during clashes at a jail in central Yemen on Tuesday, among them al Qaeda suspects, officials and security sources said. "Groups of al Qaeda supporters .. #Business #United States #Technology #Latin America #Entertainment
Amid protests Nepal presents illegal new constitution after quakes| Reuters

Jun 30, 2015

Amid protests Nepal presents illegal new constitution after quakes| Reuters

KATHMANDU Nepal presented a preliminary draft of its first republican constitution on Tuesday, but the country's top court has questioned the legality of the document that was rushed through after devastating earthquakes spurred politicians into action. #India #science #Health #Argentina #Entertainment #opinion
U.N. threatens sanctions for violations of Mali ceasefire | Reuters

Jun 30, 2015

U.N. threatens sanctions for violations of Mali ceasefire | Reuters

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations Security Council on Monday threatened to blacklist anyone who hinders a peace deal in Mali reached by an alliance of Tuareg-led rebels and the government, and authorized the deployment of 40 military ceasefire monitors. The rebels and the Malian government earlier in June signed the agreement, which is meant to allow the authorities to focus on tackling Islamist militants in the desert north. The Security Council expressed "its readiness to consider targeted sanctions against those who take actions to obstruct or threaten the implementation of the agreement, those who resume hostilities and violate the ceasefire, as well as those who attack and take action sanctions to threaten (peacekeepers)." U.N. #United States #Islam #science #Africa #Entertainment #Foreign policy
U.S. lifting holds on security assistance to Bahrain - State Department| Reuters

Jun 30, 2015

U.S. lifting holds on security assistance to Bahrain - State Department| Reuters

WASHINGTON The United States will lift holds on security assistance to the Bahrain Defence Force and National Guard that were put in place after Bahrain cracked down on demonstrations in 2011, the U.S. State Department said on Monday. "While we do not think that the human rights situation in Bahrain is adequate, ... #Economy #India #Technology #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #assistance
Four Israelis wounded in suspected Palestinian West Bank shooting  | Reuters

Jun 30, 2015

Four Israelis wounded in suspected Palestinian West Bank shooting | Reuters

JERUSALEM A gunman opened fire at a group of Israelis near a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank on Monday, the Israeli military said, in a suspected Palestinian drive-by attack. A spokesman for Israel's ambulance service Magen David Adom said medics were treating four people in their twenties, one of them badly wounded. A military spokesman said forces were searching the area for suspected Palestinian assailants. #Business #United States #India #Europe #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment