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Saudi Arabia kills two militant suspects in southwest, arrests third | Reuters

May 01, 2016

Saudi Arabia kills two militant suspects in southwest, arrests third | Reuters

DUBAI Saudi security forces killed two militant suspects and arrested a third in a two-day operation in southwestern Bisha province, the Ministry of Interior said on Sunday, accusing them of involvement in deadly attacks claimed by Islamic State. Security personnel killed two men in an exchange of gunfire during a chase to thwart an "imminent" attack on Friday, said ministry spokesman Mansour al-Turki in a televised statement. They found explosive belts and machine guns in the men's car, he added. #Economy #Business #Islam #Middle East #Security #Argentina #article
West Bengal polls: 800 'hamlets' declared 'vulnerable' for 5th phase poll

Apr 28, 2016

West Bengal polls: 800 'hamlets' declared 'vulnerable' for 5th phase poll

Around 800 'hamlets' in the city have been identified as "vulnerable" while 1,467 booths marked "sensitive" for the fifth phase of poll on Saturday in the ongoing Assembly elections in the state, city police sources said. #Security #2016 West Bengal Assembly Election #West Bengal Assembly Election 2016 #hamlets
Gulf Arab air strikes kill 30 in Qaeda-held Yemeni city - residents | Reuters

Apr 24, 2016

Gulf Arab air strikes kill 30 in Qaeda-held Yemeni city - residents | Reuters

ADEN Warplanes pounded the al Qaeda-held port city of Mukalla on Sunday and killed 30 militants, residents said, as a Gulf Arab military coalition ramped up an offensive to wrest swathes of southern Yemen from the fighters' grip. #Economy #India #Business #science #Security #United Kingdom #Foreign policy
Al Qaeda in Yemen hit by drone strike and army advance | Reuters

Apr 23, 2016

Al Qaeda in Yemen hit by drone strike and army advance | Reuters

ADEN/KUWAIT Dozens of fighters loyal to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) were killed in clashes in southern Yemen on Saturday, residents and a military source said, while a drone strike killed two others further north. The clashes at al-Koud near Zinjibar in the southern Abyan Province were between AQAP and army forces of Yemen's internationally recognised government backed by local militias, referred to locally as the Popular Resistance. Since Yemen's civil war began last year, AQAP has gained control over swathes of southern and eastern Yemen, creating a local government there and introducing services #science #markets #Security #United Kingdom #Entertainment #Foreign policy #opinion
U.N.-sponsored Yemen peace talks begin in Kuwait | Reuters

Apr 22, 2016

U.N.-sponsored Yemen peace talks begin in Kuwait | Reuters

KUWAIT Talks aimed at ending Yemen's civil war opened in Kuwait on Thursday, with Kuwait's foreign minister appealing to both sides to "turn war into peace" after more than a year of conflict which has killed 6,200 people and caused a humanitarian crisis. The talks, bringing together the Houthi group and its General People's Congress party allies with the Saudi-backed government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, were originally scheduled to start on Monday. They were delayed over alleged truce violations and disagreements over the agenda for the negotiations #Business #Security #Argentina #Entertainment #Kuwait
Snowden to take Norway to court to secure free passage | Reuters

Apr 22, 2016

Snowden to take Norway to court to secure free passage | Reuters

OSLO Edward Snowden will take the Norwegian state to court in a bid to secure free passage there, a Norwegian law firm representing the former U.S. spy contractor said on Thursday. Snowden has been invited to Norway to receive a freedom of speech award from the local branch of writers' group PEN International, but is worried that he would be handed over to the United States, his lawyers say. #science #markets #Security #Norway #Entertainment #article
Germany to consider stripping Islamic State fighters of citizenship - document | Reuters

Apr 21, 2016

Germany to consider stripping Islamic State fighters of citizenship - document | Reuters

RUST, Germany Germany's ruling coalition plans to look into stripping Islamic State fighters of their German citizenship to prevent them from coming back to the country, a draft document seen by Reuters on Wednesday shows. More than 800 people have travelled from Germany to Syria and northern Iraq in recent years and around 70 returnees took part in combat or military training there, the head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency said earlier this month. "To prevent jihadists from returning to Germany, we want to examine the legal possibilities for depriving people of German citizenship if they fight for a terrorist militia abroad and have another citizenship alongside their German one," read the draft document, which the coalition of conservatives and Social Democrats are to discuss on Thursday #Islam #Middle East #Crime #Security #Copyright
U.N. chief urges warring Yemen parties to start peace talks | Reuters

Apr 20, 2016

U.N. chief urges warring Yemen parties to start peace talks | Reuters

UNITED NATIONS United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Yemen's warring parties on Tuesday to "engage in good faith" with his envoy on the conflict so that peace talks could start without further delay, his spokesman said. U.N #Economy #India #markets #Security #Argentina #Entertainment #opinion
At least 15 security personnel killed in attacks in Benghazi - medic | Reuters

Apr 16, 2016

At least 15 security personnel killed in attacks in Benghazi - medic | Reuters

BENGHAZI, Libya At least 15 members of the security forces were killed and 40 wounded in two days of clashes in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, a hospital source said on Saturday, as they try to consolidate gains made in February against Islamist militants. On Friday, two Islamic State suicide bombers staged attacks near a cement factory in the west of the city where fighters are holding out, though only one of the bombs caused casualties, army spokesman Milad al-Zawie said. Libya has been in crisis since the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, with violence escalating in 2014. #India #Islam #Middle East #Security #Entertainment
At least 15 security personnel killed in attacks in Benghazi - medic | Reuters

Apr 16, 2016

At least 15 security personnel killed in attacks in Benghazi - medic | Reuters

BENGHAZI, Libya At least 15 members of the security forces were killed and 40 wounded in two days of clashes in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, a hospital source said on Saturday, as they try to consolidate gains made in February against Islamist militants. On Friday, two Islamic State suicide bombers staged attacks near a cement factory in the west of the city where fighters are holding out, though only one of the bombs caused casualties, army spokesman Milad al-Zawie said. Libya has been in crisis since the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, with violence escalating in 2014. #India #Islam #Middle East #Security #Entertainment