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14 dead in horrific Saudi Arabia crash

14 dead in horrific Saudi Arabia crash

Aug 05, – Manama: A horrific crash in Saudi Arabia on Sunday evening has left 14 people dead and three injured. The victims, all foreigners believed to be Arabs and Africans, were riding a minibus that crashed into a truck in the Province of Jeddah, the Red Sea city in western Saudi Arabia, local news […]

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Turkey Pregnant women gather to protest Sufi thinker

Turkey Pregnant women gather to protest Sufi thinker

July 30, – A new round appears to have opened in the fight between religious and secular interests in Turkey. Turkish citizens took to the streets after an Islamic pundit described appearing heavily pregnant in public as immoral. “It’s my body. It’s my decision.” Under this motto, hundreds of women – many of them very […]

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Israeli, Palestinian peace talks to resume after 5-year break

Israeli, Palestinian peace talks to resume after 5-year break

July 30, JERUSALEM — Israeli and Palestinian teams flew to Washington on Monday to end five years of diplomatic stalemate and prepare for a new round of Mideast peace talks, though optimism was in short supply after two decades of failed attempts to reach a deal. The resumption of talks was made possible by a […]

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Turkish PM Erdogan threatens to sue UK’s Times

Turkish PM Erdogan threatens to sue UK’s Times

July 27, – Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the Times of “renting out its pages for money”. Turkey’s prime minister has threatened legal action against a UK newspaper for publishing an open letter criticising his handling of recent protests. Hollywood celebrities and academics were among those who signed the letter this week accusing Turkey’s government of […]

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UAE arrests man for sharing road attack video

UAE arrests man for sharing road attack video

July 19, – The man has been arrested for sharing footage of a crime, after his video was posted on YouTube and went viral, prompting anger both inside and outside the country. Police in Dubai have arrested a man who filmed an incident in which a United Arab Emirates government official attacked an Indian van […]

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Prosecutors ask to free Russian opposition leader

Prosecutors ask to free Russian opposition leader

July 19, KIROV, Russia — A Russian court is deliberating on a surprise request by prosecutors to free opposition leader Alexei Navalny one day after he was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to five years in prison. Navalny is a registered candidate for this fall’s Moscow mayoral election. The request put Friday to the court […]

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Study finds: Highest-Risk Smokers Benefit Most From CT Scan Screening

Study finds: Highest-Risk Smokers Benefit Most From CT Scan Screening

July 18, – For medical groups considering developing lung cancer screening guidelines, this study should provide a way to refine recommendations based on who benefits most, Katki said. Using low-dose CT scans to screen for lung cancer could prevent many deaths among those at highest risk, a new study suggests. But only a few deaths […]

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Overnight clashes kill 7 protesters in Egyptian capital

Overnight clashes kill 7 protesters in Egyptian capital

July 16, CAIRO — A senior Health Ministry official says clashes overnight between police and supporters of Egypt’s ousted president have left at least seven people dead. Khaled el-Khateib also says 261 people were injured in the violence that broke out late Monday and carried on into the early morning hours of Tuesday in four […]

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Egypt prosecutor orders Muslim Brotherhood arrests

Egypt prosecutor orders Muslim Brotherhood arrests

July 10, Cairo – Prosecutors in Egypt have ordered the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood leaders for allegedly inciting violence that led to the deaths of over 50 people. Senior figures including Mohamed Badie were among those charged. The announcement on Wednesday from prosecutors in Egypt refers to an incident on Monday when violent clashes erupted […]

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India: Bomb attacks at Buddhist Mahabodhi Temple leaves two injured

India: Bomb attacks at Buddhist Mahabodhi Temple leaves two injured

July 07, Patna – Blasts at one of Buddhism’s holiest sites have left at least two injured, drawing stark condemnation from the Indian premier. The Mahabodhi Temple complex is the place where Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment. A series of bombs exploded in Bodh Gaya, a Buddhist site which attracts millions of pilgrims […]

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