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Police clash with students in Cairo

Police clash with students in Cairo

Fierce clashes have erupted between Egyptian security forces and students protesting against the military-backed government at al-Azhar University in Cairo. The security forces fired tear gas at protesters spilling out after a call by the Anti-Coup Alliance for a national uprising against the government. Angry protesters also demanded the release of political detainees. Similar demonstrations [&hellip

’19 killed in Boko Haram attack’

’19 killed in Boko Haram attack’

At least 19 people have been killed in an attack by members of the militant group Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria, according to local residents and survivors of the attack. “We have recovered 19 dead bodies from the scene of the attack by Boko Haram gunmen,” AFP quoted Musa Abur, a local leader, as saying. [&hellip

UK to announce new nuclear plant deal

UK to announce new nuclear plant deal

The British government is to announce a deal to build the country’s first new nuclear plant, media reports say. London has been in negotiations for more than a year with France’s state-owned utility EDF over the Hinkley C project, which will be the first new nuclear power station in Britain since 1995. Under a deal, [&hellip

Two shot dead at Detroit senior center

Two shot dead at Detroit senior center

Detroit Police are searching the Pablo Davis Elder Living Center in Southwest Detroit after two women were shot to death Sunday afternoon. Police spokeswoman Kelly Miner said the shooting appeared to be a domestic violence situation and that the suspected shooter has been arrested. “Currently, residents are still evacuated,” Miner said. “They are on a [&hellip

Libya swimming against current: Zeidan

Libya swimming against current: Zeidan

Libya’s Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has warned against ‘forces’ seeking to hinder development in the country, saying the government faces major difficulties in establishing order. “There are forces who want to obstruct the construction of the state,” Zeidan told a group of journalists on Sunday, which was the second anniversary of the fall of Libyan [&hellip

Small scale businessmen should trust banks, says expert

Small scale businessmen should trust banks, says expert

Small scale businessmen should trust banks, says expert BY NELSON KESSY 20th October 2013 Small scale businessmen here have claimed that banks are user friendly only to large scale entrepreneurs that can meet the high interest rates compared to them with less capital to operate their business. In random interviews by The Guardian on Sunday [&hellip

Invest in nutrition, WFP tells Tanzania

Invest in nutrition, WFP tells Tanzania

Invest in nutrition, WFP tells Tanzania BY AISIA RWEYEMAMU 20th October 2013 As more than 840 million people in the world currently suffer from chronic hunger the World Food Programme (WFP) says investing in nutrition is the key to unlocking a better future. If the global community invested $1.2 billion per year for five years [&hellip

Activists want local people involved in war on poaching, illegal tree harvesting

Activists want local people involved in war on poaching, illegal tree harvesting

Activists want local people involved in war on poaching, illegal tree harvesting BY LUSEKELO PHILEMON 20th October 2013 Wildlife and environmentalists have called upon the government to open more doors for local people to chip in to boost the fight against senseless killings of wild animals in Tanzania. They aired their views in a televised [&hellip

Semi-Final US-Russian Agreement over Syria

Semi-Final US-Russian Agreement over Syria

Semi-Final US-Russian Agreement over Syria Nidal Hamada, Paris It seems that the US -Russian consensus on Syria proceeded drastic steps despite all the Saudi attempts to disable it. This comes as the two world poles seek to reach a fast political solution after the situation has threatened their interests as well as their regional and [&hellip

Lebanese Hostages in Azaz into Freedom

Lebanese Hostages in Azaz into Freedom

Lebanese Hostages in Azaz into Freedom Local Editor More than a year and a half of tremendous efforts, the head of the Lebanese Security General Abbas Ibrahim succeeded in culminating a happy end to the case of Lebanese abductees in Azaz. After a long trip of negotiations between Ibrahim, Syria, Qatar, and Turkey, Ibrahim revealed [&hellip