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Military: Mosul University Fully Liberated by Iraqi Troops

An Iraqi military spokesman says government troops have fully liberated the sprawling complex of Mosul University, a major step in the massive operation to retake the State-held city of Mosul. Islamic The spokesman of the Joint Military Command, Brig. Gen.
 

Afghan Official: 6 Civilians Killed by Roadside Bomb

Yahoo!-ABC News Network © 2017 ABC News Internet Ventures. All rights reserved. Afghan Official: 6 Civilians Killed by Roadside Bomb. An Afghan official says that at least six Afghan civilians were killed when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in eastern Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for....

Military: Mosul University fully liberated by Iraqi troops

BAGHDAD (AP) - An Iraqi military spokesman says government troops have fully liberated the sprawling complex of Mosul University, a major step in the massive operation to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul. The spokesman of the Joint Military Command, Brig. Gen.

Ex-Ugandan Sodomite, Sengooba Loses Petition

News reaching our desk indicates that former pearl petroleum proprietor and gay suspect, Robert Kityo Sengooba has lost a petition where he was challenging the Anti-homosexuality Act 2014. Through his Human Rights Lawyer Patricia Kimera, Sengooba had petitioned East African Court of Human Rights....

Diversity in the workplace helps all of us to prosper

Today’s leaders feel constant pressure to innovate and position their products, services, and teams more creatively than ever before. However, in the Middle East’s highly diverse workplaces, diversity intelligence is critical to success. Leaders who leverage diversity to develop, motivate and....

Nakheel seeks contractors for its Deira Islands Boulevard

Dubai-based developer Nakheel said on Sunday it is inviting contractors to submit bids to build the new Dh5 billion Deira Islands Boulevard. The company will issue a tender for the construction of 16 residential towers containing 2,924 town houses and apartments spread over four clusters, it said.

Imagination for UAE's prosperity

It is refreshing to note the rush of young Emiratis towards technical education. Silvia Rázgová / The National National Editorial. January 11, 2017 Updated: January 15, 2017 01:30 PM The economy is in a period of change. Of course, all economies evolve.

India tax reform to shake up trade

MUMBAI // Lubeina Shahpurwala, a cofounder of a company in India that manufactures socks, is among those who are eagerly awaiting the introduction of the new goods and services (GST) tax regime this year. Widely considered to be one of India’s biggest economic reforms since independence, GST was first announced more than a decade ago.

ADSW shows how we can get people to care about renewables

One night in Marrakech, I was speaking to a 31-year old Moroccan who has dreams of bringing renewable energy into the lives of locals. More specifically, he wants to reach his country. Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week A couple of years ago, the event made his radar when his sister, who resides in Abu....

Top Asian News 9:42 a.m. GMT

BEIJING (AP) — China's foreign ministry on Sunday again rejected President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion that he might use American policy on Taiwan as a bargaining chip between the two sides. Spokesman Lu Kang said Sunday that the "one China" policy is "non-negotiable.

Northern Ireland elections would not delay Brexit timetable: British minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Likely snap elections in Northern Ireland will not delay the British government's timetable for withdrawal from the European Union, Britain's Northern Ireland minister James Brokenshire said on Sunday. A lawyer told Reuters last week that the potential suspension of Northern....

Petrol retailers slam new ethanol rules

Angry fuel retailers are accusing the NSW government of doing the bidding of a political donor and putting motorists at risk of higher fuel prices over plans to boost the sale of E10 petrol. Better Regulation Minister Victor Dominello has outlined the rules to determine which retailers will have to....

Mali's Keita hails 'loyal' Hollande at France-Africa summit

Gambia's president-elect Adama Barrow (C) meets French President François Hollande (L) and Mali's Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta (R) in Bamako RFI. Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita praised France's President Francois Hollande at the end of the Africa-France summit in Bamako.

Saudi Arabia and the Movie Theatre, Concerts Arguments

Saudi's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh (C) leads prayer at the funeral on February 6, 2008, in Riyadh, of Saudi security attache to Chad Abdulrahman al-Zahrani's wife and daughter, who were killed during a rebel assault in the capital Ndjamena.

After second video, Gen. Rawat warns soldiers of airing grievances on social media

After a second video of an Army jawan alleging discrimination by officers surfaced on social media, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat on Sunday warned of action against those using the route to air their grievances instead of going through the regular channels. “A few colleagues are using social media to draw the media's attention to their problems.

US Navy to get massive aircraft carrier in April 2017

The US Navy is soon expected to take delivery of a 100,000-ton aircraft carrier USS Gerald R Ford (CVN 78). This vessel is likley to replace the Nimitz-class carriers and is reported to be delivered to the US Navy in April 2017, following the necessary sea trials.

Afghan official: 6 civilians killed by roadside bomb

An Afghan official says that at least six Afghan civilians were killed when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan. Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor in eastern Nangarhar province, said Sunday that a woman and a child are among those killed in the attack.

Military: Mosul University fully liberated by Iraqi troops

An Iraqi military spokesman says government troops have fully liberated the sprawling complex of Mosul University, a major step in the massive operation to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul. The spokesman of the Joint Military Command, Brig. Gen.

China again rejects Trump's suggestion to negotiate Taiwan

BEIJING — China's foreign ministry on Sunday again rejected President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion that he might use American policy on Taiwan as a bargaining chip between the two sides. Spokesman Lu Kang said Sunday that the "one China" policy is "non-negotiable.

Military: Mosul University fully liberated by Iraqi troops

BAGHDAD - An Iraqi military spokesman says government troops have fully liberated the sprawling complex of Mosul University, a major step in the massive operation to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul. The spokesman of the Joint Military Command, Brig. Gen.

Going back in time on three Greek islands

In our collective imagery, Greece remains a land of mythology, architecture and splendid white marbles. However, Greece and its Saronic islands are far more than the average ancient history lesson. While staying in Athens I accidentally stumbled across a day cruise exploring Poros, Hydra and Aegina.

Trump calls leaked report 'all fake'

Trump then went on to focus on the economy. "The bidding process for big pharma needs to be reformatted. We're going to save billions of dollars over time," he promised. ""I will be the greatest jobs producer that god ever created." Trump returned to the topic of the unconfirmed intelligence report,....

Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Mrs Buhari prays for families of fallen soldiers 32 mins ago Nigeria

Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Mrs Buhari prays for families of fallen soldiers. The wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, on Sunday prayed for families of Nigeria’s soldiers who died in line of duty, as the country marked the Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

Canada seeks review of $13.8-million award to Island First Nation

The federal government is asking for a review of a decision to award $13.9 million in compensation to a Vancouver Island First Nation over a historical logging dispute. The Huu-ay-aht First Nation, based in Anacla near Bamfield, said it received notice of appeal on Thursday.

Hundreds gather to pay tribute to Malahat fire chief Rob Patterson

Hundreds of people gathered in Mill Bay on Saturday to honour Malahat Fire Chief Rob Patterson at a celebration of his life. The 53-year-old Patterson — remembered as a dedicated family man and humble leader — died suddenly on Jan. 2 while riding a quad bike.

Transport Minister brands Road Safety Authority as ‘amateurish’

The Transport Minister Shane Ross has described the Road Safety Authority as “amateurish”. The claim was made in correspondence with the RSA chairperson Liz O’Donnell that has been published in today’s Sunday Independent. In one email, the Transport Minister also claimed the Authority was “cavalier” in its approach to detail.

Diplomats flock to Paris for summit on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The diplomats are expected to call for a two-state solution after the Sunday conference, according to a draft declaration seen by the DPA news agency. According to the report, the document calls for "two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security.

Marine Le Pen and National Front prepare to follow Donald Trump’s lead into ‘alternative reality’ of Twitter

Domination of social media was a key weapon in Donald Trump’s rise to the US presidency, and now France’s far-right leader, Marine Le Pen, is looking to follow suit, analysts say. Le Pen has more than a million followers on both Twitter and Facebook, giving her a bigger social media platform than any other candidate for the French presidency.

Taiwan president connects to Twitter during stop-over in San Francisco

. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, carving a careful diplomatic path on her stopovers in the United States, visited the headquarters of micro-messaging service Twitter Inc and opened her official account on Saturday. A source with knowledge of the president’s travel through San Francisco told Reuters....

135 Pakistani fishermen languishing in Indian jails: FO tells SC

At least 135 Pakistani fishermen are currently detained in Indian jails, the Foreign Office said in a report submitted to the Supreme Court. The apex court had ordered Foreign Office in October to give details of the fishermen languishing in Indian jails, The Express Tribune reported on Sunday.

Scores of migrants feared dead, 13 bodies found in Mediterranean

ROME (Reuters) - At least eight migrants died when their boat overturned off the coast of Libya on Saturday but the death toll may be much higher, the Italian coastguard said. Four people have been rescued but the survivors reported that more than a hundred were on board when the boat capsized....
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