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Sudan gives South Sudan ‘last warning’

Sudan gives South Sudan ‘last warning’

Sudan has given South Sudan a ‘last warning’ that it will close an oil pipeline running from the South if Juba supports the ‘traitors’ in Sudan. “I now give our brothers in South Sudan a last, last warning that we will shut down the oil pipeline forever if they give any support to the traitors [&hellip

Medicines kill 18,000 in France yearly

Medicines kill 18,000 in France yearly

The side effects from prescribed medication is responsible for at least 18,000 deaths each year in France, and the number is more than road accidents and suicides combined. Bernard Begaud — an expert witness at the trial of founder of the Servier pharmaceutical company, Jacques Servier, who is implicated in the deaths of hundreds of [&hellip

Mexico forms police unit to find missing

Mexico forms police unit to find missing

Mexico has established a special investigative unit to track down thousands of people who have gone missing amid a brutal drug war in the Latin American country. “We want to use all instruments and resources at our disposal on this issue,” Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said at a news conference in Mexico City [&hellip

Argentines decry British colonialism

Argentines decry British colonialism

Argentineans have condemned the British colonial policies in the South Atlantic region in the May Revolution National Day, which marks the country’s independence from Spain 203 years ago. During the protest held in the capital Buenos Aires, participants praised their government’s success in reviving the Malvinas Islands cause and taking the fight over the sovereignty [&hellip

Trade in CAR diamonds banned

Trade in CAR diamonds banned

The Central African Republic has been suspended from the Kimberley Process, an international body responsible for halting the trade in conflict-tainted diamonds, due to the military clashes in the country. According to a document signed by current Kimberley Process chair South Africa and published on Monday, certified diamond trading with the CAR was suspended with [&hellip

6 killed in Chicago shooting incidents

6 killed in Chicago shooting incidents

At least six people have been killed and 11 others injured in separate shooting incidents across the US State of Chicago during the weekend, officials say. Chicago authorities said on Monday that police were investigating the death of a 42-year-old man who was shot in the head on Sunday. The man, named Charles Jones, was [&hellip

Clegg uses Holy Qur’an to decry terror

Clegg uses Holy Qur’an to decry terror

The British Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg,  has taken an interesting stance in response to an anti-Muslim current created following the brutal murder of a soldier in Woolwich, southeast London. Nick Clegg told a community event in Islington, north London that “terrorism has no religion because there is no religious conviction that can justify the [&hellip

Saudi’s King Abdullah clinically dead

Saudi’s King Abdullah clinically dead

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz is reported to be clinically dead as the monarch is not recently seen in the public. A Saudi journalist working for London-Based Asharq Alawsat says the Saudi monarch has been clinically dead since Wednesday. He also quoted medical sources in Saudi Arabia as saying that the king’s vital organs, [&hellip

Another US bridge buckles in Missouri

Another US bridge buckles in Missouri

Another US highway bridge has partially collapsed in the state of Missouri reportedly after its support pillars were impacted as a result of a nearby freight train collision. The collapse of the highway overpass near the town of Chaffee came when rail cars smashed into one of its support pillars after the train collision on [&hellip

Wheelchair tennis players back home

Wheelchair tennis players back home

Tanzania National Wheelchair Tennis Team Tanzania wheelchair tennis team returns home after competing in the just ended BNP Paribas World Cup staged in Turkey. Tanzania Paralympics Committee (TPC) chairman Jason Johnson said they did not perform well though his body remains proud. He said Novatus Temba became the first junior wheelchair tennis player from Tanzania [&hellip