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Hafiz Saeed case: Pak HC asks govt if it can defend its citizens abroad

Mar 27, 2015

Hafiz Saeed case: Pak HC asks govt if it can defend its citizens abroad

A Pakistani court, hearing the pleas of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed and his deputy challenging the fixing of bounty on their heads by the United States, on Friday sought a reply from the government whether it can defend its citizens abroad. #World #United States #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #Hafiz Saeed #Lahore High Court #JuD
Saudi-led coalition strikes rebels in Yemen; Iran warns of 'dangerous step'

Mar 27, 2015

Saudi-led coalition strikes rebels in Yemen; Iran warns of 'dangerous step'

Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition kept up raids against Huthi Shiite rebels on Friday in support of Yemen's embattled president, who headed to an Arab summit to garner support as Iran warned the intervention was "dangerous". #NewsTracker #Yemen #Saudi Arabia #Assad #United States of America #Arab Government
In first UK election TV encounter, Labour's Miliband shrugs off 'geek' accusations

Mar 27, 2015

In first UK election TV encounter, Labour's Miliband shrugs off 'geek' accusations

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband rejected criticism that his image as "a geek" made him an electoral liability for his party, saying he didn't care what the country's mostly right-leaning press said about him. Opinion polls indicate neither Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives nor Labour will win an overall majority on May 7 as millions of voters turn to Nigel Farage's anti-EU UKIP party and the separatist Scottish National Party (SNP). With most of the British press set against him, Thursday's TV appearance -- which covered everything from immigration to economic policy -- was a rare opportunity for Miliband to talk to voters directly. #Business #facebook #United States #Brazil #Arabic #Middle East #Russia #Italy #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico
Airlines introduce two-person cockpit rule after Alps crash

Mar 27, 2015

Airlines introduce two-person cockpit rule after Alps crash

BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - Airlines rushed on Thursday to change rules to require a second crew member in the cockpit at all times, hours after French prosecutors suggested a co-pilot who barricaded himself alone at the controls of a jetliner had crashed it on purpose. The United States already requires two crew members to be in the cabin at all times, but many other countries do not, allowing pilots to leave the flight deck, for example to use the toilet, as long as one pilot is at the controls. That is precisely what French prosecutors suspect happened on the Germanwings flight on Tuesday #Business #facebook #United States #France #Russia #markets #Argentina #Latin America #Mexico
Iran's Rouhani intervenes as deadline for nuclear deal approaches

Mar 27, 2015

Iran's Rouhani intervenes as deadline for nuclear deal approaches

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Iran's president spoke with the leaders of France, Britain, China and Russia on Thursday in an apparent effort to break an impasse to a nuclear deal between Tehran and major world powers. He also raised the Saudi-led military operation against Iranian-backed Houthi fighters in Yemen, as did U.S #facebook #United States #India #Brazil #Technology #France #Arabic #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico
Yemeni leader Hadi leaves country as Saudi Arabia keeps up air strikes

Mar 27, 2015

Yemeni leader Hadi leaves country as Saudi Arabia keeps up air strikes

SANAA/ADEN, Yemen (Reuters) - Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi left his refuge in Aden for Saudi Arabia on Thursday as Houthi rebels battled with his forces on the outskirts of the southern port city. Throughout the day, warplanes from Saudi Arabia and Arab allies struck at the Shi'ite Houthis and allied army units, who have taken over much of the country and seek to oust Hadi. #Business #United States #Brazil #Arabic #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #author
Niger, Chad troops pursue Boko Haram in Nigerian border area

Mar 27, 2015

Niger, Chad troops pursue Boko Haram in Nigerian border area

DIFFA, Niger (Reuters) - Troops from Chad and Niger pursued Boko Haram fighters across a northern Nigeria border area on Thursday, driving them out of a village they held there and causing some to flee into Niger, two senior Niger military officers said. Niger and Chad are participating in a joint offensive along with Nigeria and Cameroon aimed at ending the Nigerian Islamist group's six-year insurgency, which has spilled across Nigeria's borders to threaten regional stability. #United States #India #China #Brazil #Arabic #Russia #Nigeria #Latin America #opinion
U.S. has no policy to protect Syrian force after training - general

Mar 27, 2015

U.S. has no policy to protect Syrian force after training - general

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syrian opposition forces being trained to fight Islamic State militants will need support from the U.S.-led coalition when they return home, but the Obama administration has yet to decide what protection to offer, a top U.S. commander said on Thursday. Army General Lloyd Austin, the head of U.S #Politics #Business #facebook #United States #China #Syria #Technology #France #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #opinion
Turkey's Erdogan says can't tolerate Iran bid to dominate Middle East

Mar 27, 2015

Turkey's Erdogan says can't tolerate Iran bid to dominate Middle East

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Iran on Thursday of trying to dominate the Middle East and said its efforts have begun annoying Ankara, as well as Saudi Arabia and Gulf Arab countries. #Politics #United States #Brazil #France #Russia #markets #Italy #Argentina #Latin America #Mexico #opinion
Nigeria's presidential candidates sign new peace appeal

Mar 27, 2015

Nigeria's presidential candidates sign new peace appeal

ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's main presidential candidates have signed a "peace accord" ahead of hotly contested elections on Saturday in an effort to prevent religious or ethnic violence, the government said on Thursday. President Goodluck Jonathan is running against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari in what looks set to be the closest presidential race since military rule ended in 1999. "Now that the campaigns have come to an end, we meet today to renew our pledge for peaceful elections. #facebook #United States #China #Technology #Arabic #Government #markets #Argentina #author