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South Sudan: The Devils in Khartoum Vowed to Use Plan B Against Nation, What Does That Mean?

[Citizen] The statement that they will use Plan B against South Sudan was uttered in Khartoum by more than two senior officials of the terrorist gang who are ruling in Sudan.

Somalia: Says 30 People Were Killed By Al Shabaab

[Garowe Online] Mogadishu – Authorities in Kenya say that at least 30 civilians were killed by Al Shabaab since the Kenyan intervention in October, Radio Garowe reports.

FEATURE: Putin dominates television as Russia gets ready to vote By Benedikt von Imhoff, dpa Eds: Elections take place …

Moscow (dpa) – Featuring bizarre televised debates between candidate surrogates, government critics sounding off on state television and vicious propaganda battles fought over the internet, recent Russian political discourse has been anything but boring.But as the world‘s biggest country counts down to a presidential election…

Putin says before poll Russia needs stronger army

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Monday Russia needed a stronger military to protect it from foreign attempts to stoke conflicts around its borders. In a newspaper article intended to burnish his image as a strong leader before a presidential election, Putin said Russia would…

Peru says Shining Path rebel leader found dead

LIMA (Reuters) – The most important leader of Peru’s leftist Shining Path insurgency has been found dead by security forces after being shot in a remote jungle rife with drug trafficking, President Ollanta Humala said on Sunday in his first major victory against what remains of

Balochistan resolution has no legal force

The Balochistan resolution presented in the US Congress on Friday is not a piece of legislation and will have no legal force even if it is adopted, although this seems

Iranian ships reach Syria, China warns of civil war

AMMAN/BEIRUT (Reuters) – China’s main newspaper accused Western countries of stirring civil war in Syria and two Iranian warships docked at a Syrian naval base, underscoring rising international tensions over the near year-long crisis.

Japan to cut civil servant's pay by 7.8 percent

Tokyo, Feb 19 (IANS) The salaries of Japanese government employees will be cut by 7.8 percent for two years from the 2012 fiscal year, a media report said Sunday.

Italy slams Indian police for arresting its naval guards

The Italian foreign ministry has criticised Indian police for arresting its servicemen for allegedly killing two Indian fishermen thinking them to be pirates.

U.S., Britain warn Israel against attacking Iran

Tehran stops oil exports to France, Britain; Iranian warship docked in Syria

Now's not a good time to bomb Iran, US tells Israel

The head of the US military has warned Israel against attacking Iran’s nuclear facilities, saying such a strike would be destabilising “at this time”.

Truce declared in row over control of Bumi – FT

(Reuters) – Two men who waged a battle for boardroom control of UK-listed coal miner Bumi Plc have called a truce after talks in London at the weekend, with both agreeing to sit together as directors of the company, the Financial Times said. …

Live! Kingfisher: Can pay wages if accounts are unfrozen

Rediff.com’s Toral Varia tells us that the Mumbai crime branch will file a supplementary chargesheet against journalist Jigna Vora for he alleged role in the the murder of Mid Day journalist J Dey murder tomorrow.

Honduras Prison Fire That Killed 350 Is Blamed on Crackdown Against Gangs

Honduras’s crackdown on violent gangs has led to a surge of inmates in poorly controlled and dilapidated jails, a policy that may have caused the world’s

Germany president row shakes Merkel’s coalition

BERLIN, Feb 20 — Angela Merkel’s conservatives accused their coalition partner on Monday of a “massive breach of trust” in backing opposition candidate Joachim Gauck for the German presidency, a move which forced the …

Finland, Greece sign collateral deal

Finland and Greece’s finance ministers have signed a collateral deal in Brussels on Monday, Finnish national broadcaster YLE reported.

Egypt to accept $2.97 billion IMF loan

EGYPT’S finance minister said his government will sign a memorandum of understanding with the International Monetary Fund in March for a previously spurned $US3.2 billion ($2.97 billion)

Storytelling tombs come to Denmark

A stonemason in northern Jutland has sold the first gravestones with scannable QR codes on them, reports Berlingske newspaper.

China paper says West stirring civil war in Syria

BEIRUT (Reuters) – China’s main newspaper accused Western countries of stirring civil war in Syria and two Iranian warships docked at a Syrian naval base, underscoring rising international tensions over the near year-long crisis.

China paper says West stirring up civil war in Syria

BEIJING (Reuters) – Western countries are stirring up a civil war in Syria with their wholehearted support for the opposition, a top Chinese newspaper said Monday, slamming calls for the …

Canada’s British Columbia to Beat Deficit Targets, Finance Minister Says

British Columbia’s budget deficit will narrow faster than forecast as the Canadian province returns to surplus in the next two years, Finance Minister Kevin Falcon said.

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Air Australia shutdown will cost Hawaii business

When Hawaii hoteliers are done accommodating Australian visitors stranded by the collapse of Air Australia, they’ll have to deal with other visitors who booked rooms

Gillard Vows to Stay Australia Leader Amid Rudd Speculation

Julia Gillard predicted she will survive 2012 as Australia’s leader and Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd played down speculation he is planning a challenge, after days of wrangling that has

Speaker retraces Iraq, Afghanistan wars

By: Crystal Ledford A North Georgia College & State University dean discussed the historical events leading up to the United States’ exit from Afghanistan and Iraq during a lecture Thursday night.Christopher Jespersen, who heads the School of Arts and Letters, presented the talk to a…

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Theodore D. “Teddy” Roosevelt, Jr. (September 13, 1887 – July 12, 1944), was an American political and business leader, a Medal of Honor recipient who fought in both of the

Three Extremely Costly False Flags

Proof Israel Did 9/11 (Video: CIA Asset Susan Lindauer Speaks 10 years after 9-11) False-flag #1 was 9/11 – its upfront cost being 3,000 lives and billions of dollars in commercial losses. Losses continue to pile up on a massive scale, both in lives (mostly civilian) estimated to be well past a mill …

US officials tie terror group to Syrian bombings

Top U.S. intelligence officials pointed to al-Qaida in Iraq on Thursday as the likely culprit behind recent bombings in Syria, the deadliest attacks against the Syrian government in the 11-month uprising. Though the U.S. has called for…

The Millennium Development Goals Report 2008 | United Nations …

Title: The Millennium Development Goals Report 2008. Author: United Nations DESA. Editor: City: New York. Publisher: United Nations . Year: 2008. Volume: No. of Volumes: Edition: Pages: Series Volume: Series Editor: …

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter … – The Frontier Post

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter , says Rahimdad. Posted on February 20, 2012. PESHAWAR (APP): Khyber Pakthunkhwa Senior Minister Rahimdad Khan on Sunday condemned the bill on Balochistan

'Bill in US House of Representatives contrary to UN Charter' | AAJ …

‘Bill in US House of Representatives contrary to UN Charter ‘. ISLAMABAD – 18th February 2012 (2 hours ago). By APP. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Saturday took a strong exception to a bill submitted in the US House

UN official: evicting homeless could violate international human rights

An appointee to the United Nations Human Rights Council has issued a four-page memo warning Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson that local officials could be violating the human rights of the homeless people living within …

EU countries want UN peacekeepers in Syria – EU Observer

Libya-type military strikes in Syria are still “out of the question,” but France, Italy and the UK have backed a call to send in UN peacekeepers .

South Sudan Approves Austerity Measures In Response To Loss Of Oil Revenue

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Release CONTACT: Abraham Diing Akoi Economic Policy and Communication Officer Ministry of Finance & Economic Planning, RSS E-mail: aakoi3@gmail.com Phone: 0955583217 February 19, 2012 (SSNA) — JUBA, South Sudan 19 th February–In response to revenue losses associated …

Rhino calf sight restored after op

An orphaned rhino calf’s sight has been restored after surgery to remove cataracts, according to a newspaper.

Cold winter kills at least 40 in Afghanistan

More than 40 people, most of them children, have frozen to death in what has been Afghanistan’s coldest winter in years, an Afghan health official said

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