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Martial arts thug babysitter, 35, who left boy, 2, with torn intestines is jailed for attempted murder

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Martial arts thug babysitter, 35, who left boy, 2, with torn intestines is jailed for attempted murder

Remorseless David McMullen attacked the vulnerable toddler in South Lanarkshire, Scotland A BABYSITTER has been jailed for eight years for a vile attack on a two-year-old boy he was supposed to be looking after. Remorseless David McMullen, 35, left the toddler with a torn colon and intestines in th»»»

Daily Mail 23.04. 14:07

Yobs target pensioners' house FIVE times by throwing rocks at windows

A distraught son is desperate to find the 'scumbags' responsible for repeatedly throwing rocks at his elderly parents' home. Scott Morgan's mother, 67, and father, 65, have lived in their house in Maidstone, Kent for 40 years. They have been targeted by vandals smashing their house and car windows »»»

El-Balad 23.04. 13:23

Two Saudi men killed in Sir Lanka attack

Saudi Arabia on Tuesday confirmed the death of two of its citizens in a series of bombings in Sri Lanka."The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Sri Lanka mourns its citizens Ahmed Zain Al Jaafari and Hani Majid Othman، who died on Sunday following the criminal terrorist attack in the city of»»»

Zero Hedge 23.04. 10:25

UK Deploys Helicopter Gunships As Deterrent To Counter "Very Credible Threat" From Russia

Contributing to NATO's latest increased presence in the Baltic states, five Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters of the British Royal Force were recently deployed to the Amari Air Base in Estonia, . a city located near the Russian border. Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson told reporters that the»»»

Fox News 23.04. 01:24

Darrell Issa: Democrats using investigations to stop Trump re-election

closeVideoFormer California Rep. Darrell Issa argued Monday that Democrats intend to use obstruction charges to derail the president's 2020 election campaign just days after the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report. "This is about searching for the thing that's going to stop the presi»»»

The Times 23.04. 01:17

Sri Lanka attacks: Grieving father is comforted that family died without pain

A British father said his wife and children had “mercifully” suffered no pain when suicide bombers detonated their devices and killed all three instantly as they ate breakfast while on holiday in Sri Lanka. Ben Nicholson, a 43-year-old lawyer, wandered the streets in a blood-soaked T-shirt and sear»»»

The Peninsula Qatar 22.04. 08:58

DICID condemns terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka

Doha: Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue (DICID) has condemned the terrorist attacks on innocent people which targeted churches and hotels during Easter services in Sri Lanka yesterday which resulted in the death and injury of hundreds of innocent people. It is sad that these crimes »»»

Al Awsat 20.04. 14:05

Tunisia Witnesses 17.4% Increase of Tourists in Q1 2019

The Tunisian Ministry of Tourism said tourists arriving in Tunisia have reached around 592,000 in Q1 2019, which is an increase of around 17.4 percent compared to the same period in 2018. This positive development provided up to TND787.8 million (around USD262.6 million) of hard currency revenues –»»»

Business-review 19.04. 10:19

Backdoor vulnerability in Microsoft Windows operating system found by Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Lab’s automated technologies detected a previously unknown vulnerability in the Microsoft Windows operating system. It was used by an unidentified criminal group in an attempt to get complete control over a target device. The attack targeted the system center – the kernel – through a back»»»

Al Araby 18.04. 18:18

Yemen's parliament revives legitimacy of embattled government

On April 13, 138 parliament members assembled in the Yemeni city of Seyoun in the Hadramout province to hold the first parliamentary session since the war erupted in late 2014. What made this session remarkable and paramount is the attendance of a considerable number of parliamentarians, including »»»

The Sun 14.04. 15:01

Rapist whose deportation to Somalia was stopped by plane do-gooders is back on UK streets

Yaqub Ahmed, 29, is now living in the North East after being granted bail A SOMALIAN rapist whose deportation was stopped by do-gooders on a plane is back on the streets of Britain. Yaqub Ahmed, 29, was hauled off a flight to Turkey after holidaymakers kicked off prior to the plane leaving the runw»»»

Daily Nation 13.04. 23:53

ATWOLI: The very ugly face of a hurting population

This past week has been a particularly difficult one for us at the University and at our Teaching Hospital. On Tuesday, Ivy Wangechi, one of our final-year students, was hacked to death right outside the Teaching Hospital in which she had been trained and was helping relieve the suffering of our pa»»»

Times of Malta 12.04. 11:17

Kristy Debono taking nation for a ride after meeting Fenech - former ambassador

Kristy Debono is "trying to take the nation for a ride", a former ambassador has charged in a scathing attack after the Nationalist Party's general council president sought a sponsorship from the owner of once-secret company 17 Black. Ms Debono described as an "error of judgement" her meeting with »»»

IOL News 11.04. 20:38

Eldorado Park pupils arrested following attack on police

PORT ELIZABETH - The national police commissioner has condemned in the strongest possible terms the attack on police and youth desk members at Freedom Park Secondary School in Eldorado Park on Thursday. Police were conducting a school search as part of the School Based Crime Prevention when pupils »»»

Arab News 07.04. 06:29

Ecuador denies it will imminently expel Assange from embassy

QUITO: Ecuador’s government said late on Friday that it rejected reports that it would imminently expel Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from its London embassy, where he has lived in asylum for nearly seven years. Assange was “prepared” for expulsion from the building, a British friend of his said»»»

News 06.04. 11:39

3 killed, 19 injured in Afghanistan double blast

Three people have been killed as a result of a double blast in Afghanistan’s city of Jalalabad, Reuters reported referring to a government spokesman. According to the source, a total of 19 people, including two children and eight security forces representatives have been injured in blast. No terror»»»

Reuters 05.04. 17:34

U.S. wants Romania to find vandals who destroyed Jewish tombstones

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - The United States on Friday condemned the vandalising of a Jewish cemetery in Romania’s eastern town of Husi, where 73 tombstones were found destroyed by unidentified perpetrators, and urged authorities to bring those responsible to justice. The case follows an attack last yea»»»

NILE TV 04.04. 09:10

Australian arrested over New Zealand shooting massacre to face 50 murder charges – police

The Australian man arrested over New Zealand’s mosques shooting massacre will face a total of 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges when he appears in court , police said. Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with one murder the day after the attack on two mos»»»

National News Agency 04.04. 07:36

Australian arrested over New Zealand shooting massacre to face 50 murder charges: police

NNA - The Australian man arrested over New Zealand’s mosques shooting massacre will face a total of 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges when he appears in court on Friday, police said. Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with one murder the day after the at»»»

France24 04.04. 07:19

Man accused of Christchurch mosque massacre to face 50 murder charges

The Australian man arrested over New Zealand's mosques shooting massacre will face a total of 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges when he appears in court on Friday, police said. ADVERTISING Read more Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with one murder the »»»

Huffington Post 04.04. 06:46

Australian Man Arrested In NZ Mosque Shooting Rampage To Face 50 Murder Charges

Brenton Tarrant will also face 39 attempted murder charges when he appears in court on Friday, police said. WELLINGTON, April 4 (Reuters) - The Australian man arrested over New Zealand’s mosques shooting massacre will face a total of 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges when he appears»»»

PRP Channel 03.04. 09:11

Forza Italia courts Salvini and him: "I with the old center, never"

(by Massimiliano D'Elia) Forza Italia is courting the League with the intent to create a government crisis and return to the old alliance, FI, Lega and FdI. This time Salvini it is more explicit than usual and puts a "tomb" stone on the wishes of the foremen: "I will never return with the old cente»»»

The Guardian 03.04. 04:41

MoD criticised over £500m cost of storing obsolete submarines

Storage of obsolete nuclear submarines has cost the UK taxpayer £500m because of “dismal” failings in the government’s nuclear decommissioning programme, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has found. The Ministry of Defence has twice as many submarines in storage as it does in service and has not dispos»»»

Jane's 29.03. 16:03

Bulgaria awards contract for Mi-17 and Mi-24 overhaul

The Bulgarian Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 26 March the award of the contract for the overhaul and life extension of four Mi-24V attack and two Mi-17 tactical transport helicopters to local military maintenance, repair, and overhaul company TEREM Holding EAD. The helicopters will be overh»»»

Al-Masdar News 26.03. 14:12

Israel Prepare To Attack Gaza Again - No Ceasefire Reached

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:07 P.M)- After roughly 10 hours of attacks upon the Gaza Strip, there has been no ceasefire. Israel is preparing along the perimeter of the Gaza Strip for a new round of hostilities. So far Israeli missiles have been fired into 8 agricultural land sites, 5 buildings, 7 sites belo»»»

Samaa TV 21.03. 11:08

PM Imran Khan calls New Zealand PM Jacina Ardern to condole over Christchurch attacks

Nine Pakistanis were also killed when an Australian man opened fire at two mosques on Friday. A total 50 people died in the attacks. During the telephone call, PM Khan condemned the attacks. New Zealand recently banned all automatic and semi-automatic weapons in the country after it emerged that th»»»

Jordan Times 19.03. 23:08

Jordanians injured in Christchurch attack see ‘remarkable improvement’

AMMAN — The conditions of Jordanians injured in Friday’s terror attack in New Zealand witnessed “remarkable improvement”, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday. Reports received by Ambassador Ahid Sweidat, the head of a diplomatic team dispatched by the Foreign Ministry to New Zealand to follow up o»»»

Gulf News 19.03. 17:49

No communalism? Facts do not add up to Yogi Adityanath's claims

New Delhi: In the last two years, there has been "no communal incident," in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath told reporters on Tuesday on completing two years office. The Home Minister told Parliament on March 13, 2018 that the rise in communal violence was the highest in Uttar Pradesh»»»

DailyNews Egypt 17.03. 20:05

Eleven Egyptians among those wounded in Mosques’ attack in New Zealand

Eleven Egyptians were wounded in Friday’s attack against two mosques in New Zealand, Egyptian ambassador to New Zealand, Tariq Al-Wasimi said on Saturday. In a televised interview, Al-Wasimi said that initial assessments indicate that eleven wounded Egyptians need more than precise surgeries, notin»»»

The National 16.03. 16:04

Far-right threat is clear after Christchurch

Far-right threat is clear after Christchurch The recent focus on Islamic extremism, has allowed white nationalism to grow and spread National Editorial March 16, 2019 March 16, 2019 SHARE facebook shares SHARE On Friday, a far-right terrorist perpetrated the worst mass shooting in New Zealand’s his»»»

Qatar Tribune 16.03. 09:54

Ten weeks and five hits: Content matters (Column: B-Town)

The superstars have been failing on a regular basis to deliver notwithstanding their Eid, Diwali, Christmas and other festival release dates not to mention 4000+ screens and enhanced ticket rates! Anything goes in the name of stunts and the special effects will do the job is not working anymore! So»»»

Morocco World News 15.03. 21:21

Prime Minister Describes ‘One of New Zealand’s Darkest Days’

“The people who were the subject of this attack today, New Zealand is their home. They should be safe here.” Rabat – New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called a press conference on Friday, March 15, in response to a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch that left 49 people dead a»»»

South Front 15.03. 11:50

US Navy's Shipbuilding Procurement Plan 2019-2024

Click to see the full-size image In the period from 2019 to 2024, chip construction for the US Navy includes 55 battle force ships and ten large unmanned surface vessels across. The 12 battle force ships funded in Fiscal Year 2020 budget include the CVN 81 Ford class carrier, three Virginia class s»»»

Al Ahram 15.03. 10:32

FACTBOX: New Zealand's Muslim community

New Zealand's Muslim community was in shock Friday after dozens were killed in deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, on what the prime minister described as one of the nation's "darkest days". Here are some facts about the Muslim minority in the South Pacific nation, where a majority of ci»»»

Times of Malta 15.03. 09:50

New Zealand's Muslim community targeted in attack

New Zealand's Muslim community was in shock Friday after dozens were killed in deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, on what the prime minister described as one of the nation's "darkest days". Here are some facts about the Muslim minority in the South Pacific nation, where a majority of ci»»»

An-Nahar TV 14.03. 18:34

Brazil begins saying goodbye to victims of mass shooting

SUZANO, Brazil: Classmates, friends and families of the victims of a mass shooting at a Brazil school began saying goodbye on Thursday, with thousands attending a wake in this devastated Sao Paulo suburb while authorities worked to understand what drove two former students to attack with a gun, cro»»»

China Daily 04.03. 02:42

183 injured in Algeria protests -state news agency

ALGIERS, March 2 - A total of 183 people were injured during protests across Algeria on Friday against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's bid for election to a fifth term, the state news agency APS said on Saturday, citing the health ministry. One person died of a heart attack, officials said earlier»»»

Middle East Monitor 03.03. 13:37

183 injured in Algeria protests

A total of 183 people were injured during protests across Algeria on Friday against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s bid for election to a fifth term, the state news agency APS and Reuters said on Saturday, citing the health ministry. One person died of a heart attack, officials said earlier. Tens »»»

Barents Observer 26.02. 14:03

7,000 foreign soldiers ready for exercise in northern Sweden

Winter warfare capabilities are in focus when Northern Wind kicks off in Norrbotten in March. By The exercise takes place in Sweden’s northeastern area where a possible land-attack from the Soviet Union was expected to come during the Cold War. From the border area to Finland at Haparanda towards Ö»»»

Mirror 14.02. 14:20

A&E waiting times hit worst level EVER as 83,519 stuck for more than four hours

A&E waiting times in England have reached their worst level since records began, data shows. Figures from NHS England show that, during January, just 84.4% of patients were treated or admitted in four hours, against a 95% target. This means nearly 330,000 patients waited longer than they should, an»»»

The Malta Independent 14.02. 08:28

Bank of Valletta resumes its operations after night of 'rigorous testing'

Bank of Valletta said this morning that following yesterday’s events, it resumed a number of its services during the night. Bank of Valletta on Wednesday morning was compelled to shut down its operations after the bank's systems fell victim to a hacking attempt. Addressing Parliament Wednesday afte»»»

Ekathimerini 09.02. 16:22

Suspect in referee assault to present defense on Monday | Kathimerini

A 28-year-old soccer player was given until Monday to prepare his defense against the charge he was involved in the assault and injury of international referee Thanassis Tzilos last December in the central Greek city of Larissa. The suspect, who turned himself in late last week after police issued »»»

CNN 09.02. 00:56

Gunman in Quebec mosque shooting sentenced to life in prison

(CNN)A man who opened fire at a Quebec City mosque, killing six people in 2017, has been sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years. Alexandre Bissonnette, 29, pleaded guilty last year to six counts of first-degree murder and six counts of attempted murder in connecti»»»

BBC 08.02. 22:11

Quebec mosque shooter sentenced to life with no parole for 40 years

A Canadian man who killed worshippers in a Quebec City mosque in 2017 has been sentenced to life in prison. Alexandre Bissonnette, 29, will be eligible for parole in 40 years, Canadian media report. The prosecution had asked for a total of 150 years behind bars, which would have been the harshest j»»»

Naharnet 18.01. 15:56

Five Suspects in Court over Nairobi Hotel Attack

Five suspects, including a Canadian citizen, appeared in a Kenyan court Friday in connection with an Islamist attack on a Nairobi hotel complex that left 21 dead. A magistrate granted a request from the prosecution to detain the four men and one woman for 30 days while investigations continue. The »»»

Alarabiya eng 01.01. 04:00

9 hurt as car rams into famed Tokyo street on New Year’s Eve

Nine people were hurt, one seriously, when a man deliberately ploughed his car into crowds celebrating New Year’s Eve along a famous Tokyo street, police and media said Tuesday. With an “intent to murder”, 21-year-old Kazuhiro Kusakabe drove a small vehicle into Takeshita Street in Tokyo’s fashion »»»

KazInform 26.12.2018. 12:44

Death toll from Iran's university bus crash rises to 10

TEHRAN. KAZINFORM At least 10 were killed as a bus carrying students overturned on Tuesday on the campus of Islamic Azad University in Tehran, Iranian Student (ISNA) news agency reported Wednesday, Xinhua reports. Related news Chabahar suicide attack martyred 2, injured 43 Iran, Europe agree on boo»»»

Emirates 247 21.12.2018. 10:00

Argentina ex-leader Kirchner to be tried for corruption

Former Argentina president Cristina Kirchner, who has been accused of receiving tens of millions of dollars in bribes during her term in office, will go on trial for corruption, a federal court confirmed on Thursday. Kirchner is accused of running a criminal network related to the infamous "corrupt»»»

Daily Nation 16.12.2018. 08:35

Ahmednassir Abdullahi: The bulwark of justice

He says it the way it is and has no apologies to make. So when Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi appeared before the Supreme Court judges this week and made a scathing attack against them, he maintained his hard stance. Even after being asked by the judges, led by Chief Justice David Maraga, to »»»

South China Morning Post 03.12.2018. 10:15

Social media goes wild for wolf woman’s relationship with her animals

China Society Widely shared video causes online stir Letting them take meat from between her teeth builds an emotional link with pack of eight A young woman who feeds morsels of meat to wolves from between her teeth has become China’s latest online celebrity. Zhou Xinyue, 20, cares for eight wolves»»»

MaltaToday 29.11.2018. 17:45

Mugging conviction 'fell short of moral certainty required by law'

The Court of Criminal Appeal has overturned the conviction of a man found guilty of complicity in the theft of his friend’s watch and mobile phone, worth a total of €3,600. Dylan McKay had been charged after his friend was mugged in a car park near Paceville in November 2014 by at least two men. Hi»»»

Egypt Independent 29.11.2018. 13:54

Egypt Independent Parliamentarian requests banning PUBG game from Egypt

Head of Parliament’s Communications and Technology Committee Ahmed Badawy submitted a request to ban the viral video game PUBG from Egypt, claiming that the game is dangerous, as it encourages kids towards violence. During an interview with “Al-Youm” (The Day/Today) which aired on DMC channel on We»»»

Dailynews Hungary 27.11.2018. 12:09

Paks 2 nuclear power plant project – the “worst deal of the century”?

The opposition parties “attack the planned upgrade of the Paks nuclear power station” because they want electricity to be bought from foreign energy firms, ruling Fidesz said on Tuesday in response to criticism by green opposition LMP and conservative opposition Jobbik. LMP considers the Paks 2 nuc»»»

Breaking the News 22.11.2018. 14:11

Trump: Judges must not legislate border security

United States President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Thursday to resume his attacks on the US judicial system, saying that judges must not create legislation regarding security at the border, "or anywhere else." He described the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit as a "complete and total »»»

Kuwait Times 20.11.2018. 19:20

Indian court hands down a rare death sentence

NEW DELHI: An Indian court yesterday handed down a rare death sentence over anti-Sikh riots in 1984 that left nearly 3,000 dead following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Relatives of victims rejoiced in New Delhi after the judge announced the death sentence, the first since 1996.»»»

South China Morning Post 15.11.2018. 08:31

Consumer Council warns on high levels of fat and sodium in baked goods

Consumer protection in Hong Kong Croissants, cocktail buns, sausage rolls and pineapple buns among the 10 types of baked goods tested Health experts urge public to vary their consumption of breads to offset risks in each Hong Kong’s Consumer Council warned of the health dangers lurking in some of t»»»

Al Manar 13.11.2018. 09:13

Hezbollah: Israeli Attatck on Hamas TV Station Reflects Enemy’s Brutality, Barbarism

Hezbollah denounced as ‘henious’ the Israeli airstrikes targeting Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV building in the Gaza Strip. In a statement issued by its Media Relations Office late Monday, the Lebanese resistance party said the attack on Al-Aqsa satellite channel which led to its completet destruction “is con»»»

Afghanistan News 09.11.2018. 00:10

US War on Terror Kills Nearly 500,000 in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - A study released Thursday says the U.S.-led war on terrorism has killed about 507,000 people in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan during its 17 years and is showing a 22 percent increase in deaths in the past two years. The death toll includes U.S. and allied troops, civilians in the war z»»»

Tasnim News Agency 27.10.2018. 16:58

Israeli Airstrikes Hit Indonesian-Funded Hospital, Residential Areas in Gaza Strip (+Video)

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - A building in the Gaza Strip was destroyed in an Israeli strike in the early hours of Saturday, amid scores of such strikes across the territory. The structure was levelled while nearby residential buildings and an Indonesian-funded hospital were partially damaged too. Emergency p»»»

Euractiv 23.10.2018. 07:37

Spain returns migrants to Morocco after storming of Melilla enclave

Spain sent 55 migrants back to Morocco on Monday (22 October), a day after they forced their way into the Spanish territory of Melilla during an assault on the border in which two migrants died and 19 were injured. A total of 208 migrants entered Melilla on Sunday after climbing over two barbed wir»»»

Arab News 19.10.2018. 22:00

Asian women continue to suffer despite #MeToo revolution

Asian women continue to suffer despite #MeToo revolution Ranvir S. Nayar October 19, 2018 22:01 For days on end, it looked like an Indian version of the Kavanaugh story, where US Judge Brett Kavanaugh managed to win his nomination to the Supreme Court despite a loud and highly publicized attack on »»»

Ministero di affari esteri Turchia 13.10.2018. 23:05

No: 271, 13 October 2018, Press release regarding the attack by Israel against Palestinian protestors

We strongly condemn the heinous attack by Israel against Palestinians participating in peaceful demonstrations, which resulted in the killing of 7 people and the injury of more than 200 in Gaza that is under the blockade of Israel in total disregard of international law and humanitarian values. Isr»»»

Zawya 08.10.2018. 08:54

Scant rains to dent India's cotton output, exports - trade body

MUMBAI - India's cotton production in 2018/19 is likely to fall 4.7 percent from the previous season to 34.8 million bales, as scant rainfall and an attack of pink bollworms are expected to squeeze crop yields, the head of a leading trade body told Reuters. The drop in output could limit exports fr»»»

Europe Online Magazine 02.10.2018. 22:43

1ST LEAD Four suspected German right-wing terrorists in pretrial detention By dpa correspondents

Karlsruhe, Germany (dpa) - Four men arrested on suspicion of forming an extreme-right terrorist organization in the eastern German city of Chemnitz were ordered into pretrial detention by the Federal High Court of Justice on Tuesday.A total of seven men were arrested on Monday. Three were already r»»»

Focus Information Agency 16.09.2018. 00:12

АFP: At least nine killed in Burkina Faso twin attacks

Ouagadougou. At least nine civilians have been killed in twin attacks in eastern Burkina Faso, a poor West African country where jihadists have been gaining ground in recent months, local authorities said Saturday, reported AFP. "Two terror attacks were carried out in the villages of Diabiga and Ko»»»

LBCI 03.09.2018. 11:50

Israel signals it could target Iranian military assets in Iraq

Israel's defense minister signaled on Monday it could attack suspected Iranian military assets in Iraq, as it has done by carrying out scores of air strikes in civil war-torn Syria. "We are certainly monitoring everything that is happening in Syria, and regarding Iranian threats we are not limiting»»»

Reuters India 03.09.2018. 11:40

Israel signals it could target Iranian military assets in Iraq

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel’s defence minister signalled on Monday it could attack suspected Iranian military assets in Iraq, as it has done by carrying out scores of air strikes in civil war-torn Syria. “We are certainly monitoring everything that is happening in Syria, and regarding Iranian thre»»»

Reuters India 30.08.2018. 20:47

Curran rescues England after top order slump

SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - Sam Curran’s 78 helped England recover from 86 for six to 246 all out against India on the first day of the fourth test on Thursday after the tourists’ pace attack proved too good for their top order at the Ageas Bowl. Cricket - England v India - Fourth Test - Ageas»»»

Apanews en 28.08.2018. 18:34

Seven Burkinabe soldiers killed in ambush

Seven soldiers in Burkina Faso have died after they were ambushed by unidentified armed individuals on Monday evening, security sources said. They were drafted in as back-up for the gendarmerie unit in the eastern town of Pama which came under attack. According to military sources, the Pama gendarm»»»

Middle East Eye 26.08.2018. 23:57

Moroccans mobilise for teenage girl who says she was 'gang-raped'

Morocco has passed law on violence against women, but advocates say it provides little guidance on handling cases Hundreds of Moroccans signed a petition urging authorities to provide urgent medical and psychological care to a teenage girl who says she was gang-raped. The girl, Khadija, said in a v»»»

Saudi Gazette 14.08.2018. 23:09

Guests praise Saudi Arabia’s services for pilgrims

Saudi Gazette reportMakkah — As many as 1,000 pilgrims arrived in Makkah as the first batch of the guests of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques for Haj and Umrah Program being supervised by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance.Undersecretary of the Ministry for Islamic Affairs, who»»»

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