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Mali signs peace deal, rebels want more time for consultation

Mar 01, 2015

Mali signs peace deal, rebels want more time for consultation

ALGIERS (Reuters) - Mali signed a preliminary peace deal on Sunday to end fighting with northern separatist fighters, but the Tuareg-led rebels asked for more time for consultations before signing the agreement. The United Nations-brokered deal seeks to tackle decades of uprisings and instability in northern Mali, where Western and regional powers worry Islamist militants could return two years after French military intervention drove them out. "This accord is not intended to immediately resolve all the problems of a deep, multifaceted, cyclical crisis. #Business #facebook #Brazil #Technology #France #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #opinion #political
Thousands protest against march of UK branch of German anti-Islam PEGIDA

Mar 01, 2015

Thousands protest against march of UK branch of German anti-Islam PEGIDA

NEWCASTLE, England (Reuters) - Around 2,000 people protested on Saturday in Newcastle, northeast England, against a march held by the British branch of Germany's anti-Islam group PEGIDA which drew up to 400 people, a Reuters witness said. Northumbria police, which kept the two protests apart, said five people were arrested for alleged offences from assault to being drunk and disorderly, but that largely both demonstrations passed without any problems #Business #United States #India #China #France #Investment #United Kingdom #Latin America #author #british #opinion
UK blocks Russian oligarchs' deal to buy North Sea fields

Mar 01, 2015

UK blocks Russian oligarchs' deal to buy North Sea fields

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has blocked a deal by Russian billionaires, Mikhail Fridman and German Khan, to buy 12 oil and gas fields in the North Sea as part of their acquisition of Germany's oil firm DEA from RWE, citing possible sanctions against Russia. "If the proposed acquisition were to proceed in its current form, he (Energy Secretary Ed Davey) would be minded to require the companies to arrange for a further sale to a suitable third party," the Department of Energy said in a statement on Saturday. #Economy #facebook #United States #India #China #France #Investment #Russia #Latin America #Entertainment #Mexico #british
Ukrainian journalist killed in shelling despite ceasefire

Feb 28, 2015

Ukrainian journalist killed in shelling despite ceasefire

KIEV (Reuters) - A Ukrainian journalist was killed by shelling in east Ukraine on Saturday, his newspaper said, even as the Ukrainian military reported a significant drop in rebel attacks boosting hopes for a two-week-old ceasefire. Photographer Serhiy Nikolayev died after artillery fire struck near the village of Pesky, north-west of the rebel-held city of Donetsk, daily newspaper Sevodnya reported in an online statement #Business #Economy #India #France #Latin America #Entertainment #Mexico #author #opinion
Nemtsov planned to reveal Russian links to Ukraine conflict - Poroshenko

Feb 28, 2015

Nemtsov planned to reveal Russian links to Ukraine conflict - Poroshenko

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was murdered because he planned to disclose evidence of Russia's involvement in Ukraine's separatist conflict. #Economy #facebook #India #Technology #France #markets #Latin America #Mexico #author