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Two suicide bombers kill four in north Nigeria mosque in town ravaged by Boko Haram

KANO, NIGERIA – Two suicide bombers killed four Muslim worshippers in a mosque in a northeast Nigerian town still being rebuilt after virtual destruction by Boko Haram in 2014, sources told AFP Sunday. The bombers, a man and a woman, detonated their explosives inside the mosque during morning prayers on Saturday in the town of Bama in Borno state.

Reuters: Euro zone to link debt relief to sound future Greek policies

Euro zone creditors are working on a debt relief offer for Greece that would be an incentive for Athens not to backtrack on reforms from its three international bailouts and to continue to stick to prudent fiscal policy, senior EU officials said. Greece is to exit its bailout on Aug.

DIY stores mix retail, entertainment for Topeka customers

Morgan Chilson crazeywriter. Friendship and laughter mixed with entrepreneurial spirit to bring about Rustic Creations, a do-it-yourself store owned and run by four couples who go to the same church. "If it doesn't work out, we're going to all have to get new friends," joked Cory Smith.

Teens who escaped Texas juvenile prison captured in Montgomery County

It wasn't clear they had made it outside the fence of the Lee County facility until a Texas Juvenile Justice Department staffer spotted two youth fitting their description in a local park just before 11 p.m. the evening of their escape. "I'm not shocked," said state Sen.

Air strikes pound insurgent enclave close to Damascus

Smoke rises after Assad Regime carried out an airstrike at Duma town of Eastern Ghouta in Damascus, Syria on April 07, 2018 [Mouneb Taim / Anadolu Agency] Air strikes pounded a insurgent-held area near Damascus on Sunday, footage broadcast by Syrian state TV stations showed, as the Syrian....

Libya examines Total-Marathon purchase, casting doubt on deal – sources

Libya is considering whether to intervene in a $450 million deal that French major Total announced last month to buy Marathon Oil’s stake in the country’s Waha concessions, several sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Officials were considering a range of options ranging from pushing for....

Iraq’s oil exports rise by 11% in March

Iraq’s oil exports rose by 11.5 per cent on an annual basis in March to 107.05 million barrels. The Iraqi Oil Ministry said on Sunday that the value of its oil exports last month amounted to $ 6.4 billion. The Iraqi oil exports reached in last February about 95,940,000 barrels.

Northboro town meeting tonight to consider preservation spending, marijuana establishments

Sandy Meindersma, Wicked Local Staff. Northboro — Voters will need to make their way through 35 articles at Monday's annual town meeting before deciding on the fate of marijuana establishments in town. The warrant includes the fiscal 2019 budget, which totals $64.1 million in expenditures.

Conway dodges question about 'drunk/drugged up' tweet

WASHINGTON — Kellyanne Conway, a top adviser to President Trump, dodged questions Sunday about Trump’s tweet deriding an unnamed person as a “drunk/drugged up loser.” “I don’t know who he’s referring to there,” Conway said on CNN’s State of the Union. Trump’s tweet was in response to a examining....

Surge in anonymous Asia Twitter accounts sparks bot fears

By Jerome Taylor with Joe Freeman in Bangkok (AFP) 18 hours ago in Internet It has been jokingly referred to as "Botmageddon". But a surge in new, anonymous Twitter accounts across swathes of Southeast and East Asia has deepened fears the region is in the throes of US-style mass social media manipulation.

Militants Hand Over Munition Depots, Armored Vehicles to Syrian Army

. 06:37 22.04.2018(updated 06:52 22.04.2018) MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Extremists have handed over warehouses with large amount of ammunition, 30 armored vehicles and different types of weapons to the Syrian armed forces, Maj. Gen. Yuri Yevtushenko, the commander of the Russian reconciliation center for Syria, said on Saturday.

Canada Signs Deal With Japan Allowing to Use Each Other's Military Equipment

. 07:56 22.04.2018. MOSCOW (Sputnik) Ottawa and Tokyo concluded a bilateral Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement which will step up military cooperation between the two states, and allow them to use each other's military equipment in various operations, the Global Affairs department of the Canadian government said in a statement on Sunday.

Kabul Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 57

. By Ayaz Gul April 22, 2018. A suicide bomber struck a distribution center for Afghan voters' identification cards Sunday morning in Kabul, killing at least 57 people and wounding more than 100 others. Interior Ministry spokesman Najeeb Danish told VOA that people were waiting in line outside the....

Taliban Attacks Short-Circuit Kabul Power Plays

. Ron Synovitz April 21, 2018. A Taliban attack in an isolated part of northern Afghanistan has revealed how vulnerable Kabul is when it comes to maintaining its electricity supply -- a weakness the Taliban now says it is exploiting in order to pressure the Afghan government on its demands.

Syrian fighter jets strike militant positions near capital: Report

. Iran Press TV. Sun Apr 22, 2018 01:59PM. Syrian fighter jets have conducted precision strikes against positions held by foreign-backed militants near the capital Damascus, inflicting casualties on their ranks and damage on their hardware and equipment, Syrian state media reports.

UK welcomes North Korea's decision to suspend nuclear tests

. Iran Press TV. Sat Apr 21, 2018 01:40PM. The United Kingdom has welcomed North Korea's decision to suspend nuclear and missile tests and abolish an atomic test site, calling it a positive step. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un declared on Friday that his country no longer needed to conduct nuclear....

Iranians Hit By 'Perfect Currency Storm'

Frud Bezhan, Niusha Boghrati April 22, 2018. Every day, hundreds head to Tehran's bustling Ferdowsi street to buy foreign currency, only to find that many exchange offices have shut up shop, have turned off their currency-rate displays, or have signs up reading, "We don't have U.S. dollars to sell.

Car production in Neftchala may stabilize Azerbaijani market: expert

Trend: The start of production of cars at the joint Azerbaijani-Iranian factory in the Neftchala industrial zone may stabilize prices in the automotive market of Azerbaijan, General Director of MBA Group consulting company, expert in the field of valuation Nusret Ibrahimov told Trend on Thursday.

Live TV Now DW News 07:02 UTC Interview

Dani Kranz: "Germany is a complicated homeland." English "The relationship between Jews and Germans will only be a relaxed one, when no one asks me anymore whether I feel safe as a Jew in Germany," says anthropologist Dani Kranz. In the DW "Interview" she talks about homeland and why young Israelis in particular are drawn to Germany.

‘World’s oldest person’ dies in Japan at 117

Nabi Tajima, who was born August 4, 1900, died around 8:00 pm (1100 GMT) Saturday at a hospital on her native Kikai Island in Kagoshima region, according to Susumu Yoshiyuki, a health and welfare official. Tajima, who became the oldest woman in Japan in September 2015, could have been the oldest....

Client etiquette

It is popularly said that customers are always right. As a business owner, manager or employee, you have to make sure that clients always feel welcomed in your place of business. Be nice. According to , people eventually forget what we say or do, but they always remember how we make them feel.

Aremu is stupid for saying our father was very poor –Kunle Afolayan

Olushola Ricketts. Before his death, Adeyemi Afolayan, popularly known as Ade Love, was a famous filmmaker in Nigeria. So, it came as a rude shock when one of his sons, Aremu Afolayan, stated that his father lived a very poor life despite his fame. READ ALSO – 2019: APC camps that will determine....

Hungary: Anti-government rally focuses on media freedom

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) - Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in Hungary for the second consecutive Saturday, this time against the media policies and campaign against civic groups pursued by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government. Opposition parties from across the political spectrum participated in this week's rally.

India’s leaky Big Data

NEW DELHI – India has no coltan or rare earths, little oil, and not enough water. What it does have is people – 1.3 billion and counting. That makes India potentially very rich in what has been called the ‘new oil’: data. But who will benefit from that wealth, and who might be put at risk? Indian....

India approves death penalty for child rapists 1 hour ago The law change comes after an eight-year-old girl was raped and murdered.

There have been protests across India after multiple incidents of sexual violence against women and children. Photo credit: Reuters. The Indian government has made moves toward introducing the death penalty for child rape. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Cabinet approved the order on Saturday....

Republicans squander fruits of economic recovery

American exceptionalism has meant many things over the years, often referring to our spirit and commitment to individual liberty. Today it could refer to our exceptional fiscal recklessness. In its newly released April 2018 Fiscal Monitor, the International Monetary Fund projected that the United....

East Lane commissioner: Buch

After Faye Stewart resigned last year in the middle of his third term representing east Lane County on the Board of Commissioners, 27 people applied to fill the vacancy. The remaining commissioners chose Gary Williams, the former mayor of Cottage Grove, for the job.

Reconstruction of historic bridge stalled

Reconstruction of a historic one-vault stone bride in Hnúšťa will not start for now even though the bridge is in very poor technical condition. The problem lays in complications with property rights. The bridge is not registered in official documents and neither does it have an owner, according to....

Let’s call a spade a spade

Your comment on social media yesterday, to the effect that you are ‘disgusted’ by the latest developments concerning Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri, has been interpreted by some [eg. Manuel Delia, etc] as the beginning of a turnaround in Labour’s fortunes.

MIL-OSI Asia-Pacific: DGIP visits Middle East to promote Hong Kong’s unique business advantages

Source: Hong Kong Government special administrative region. Headline: DGIP visits Middle East to promote Hong Kong’s unique business advantages. The Director-General of Investment Promotion, Mr Stephen Phillips, today (April 22) embarked on a five-day duty visit to the Middle East aimed at engaging....

The West's crisis of confidence

By Carl Bildt STOCKHOLM _ In an age defined by U.S. President Donald Trump's rage, Russian President Vladimir Putin's revisionism, and Chinese President Xi Jinping's unbridled ambition, the international order is becoming increasingly disorderly, dysfunctional, and even dangerous.
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