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ISRAELI ATTACK: 21 YEAR-OLD PALESTINIAN SHOT DEAD BY ISRAELI SOLDIER

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Palestinian witnesses and Medical officials say Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian during a clash in the occupied West Bank on Thursday. An Israeli military spokeswoman said the soldiers had been on an overnight raid in a village near the city of Jenin, when about fifty Palestinians started hurling rocks at them.

 

LIBYA EMIGRANTS: 84 EMIGRANTS RESCUED BY THE NAVY

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In Libya, some eighty-four emigrants were in luck as the Navy rescued them from a boat that was foundering off its coast.

 

NIGER MIGRANTS: 87 PEOPLE DIE OF THIRST

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Rescue workers in Niger say they have found the bodies of 87 people who died of thirst after their vehicles broke down as they tried to cross the Sahara.

 

KENYA GANG RAPE: People demand justice for teenage victim

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Hundreds of protesters in Kenya have handed over a petition to Police, demanding justice for a teenager who was gang-raped.

 

KENYA: WESTGATE LATEST

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Two Kenyan soldiers have been sacked and jailed for looting during last month's attack on the Westgate shopping centre.

 

BANGLADESH STRIKE

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Bangladesh's opposition-led strike entered its third day on Tuesday calling for elections to be held under a non-partisan administration.

 

CHILE MURDER

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The killing of Daniel Zamudio by four men horrified many in Chile.

 

AUSTRALIA: COLLAR BOMBER APPEALS COURT DECISION

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The man who strapped a fake collar bomb around the neck of a Sydney schoolgirl and then fled to the United States launched an appeal against his sentence in a Sydney court on Tuesday.

 

NIGERIA TO PARTNER WITH ISRAEL IN FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

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During his scheduled meeting with President Shimon Peres, Jonathan expressed his wish to partner with Israel on various sectors.

JONATHAN’S ISRAEL TRIP

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At the recent flag off of the October to December 2013 Christian pilgrimage, it was made official that President Goodluck Jonathan will lead a delegation to the holy land.          

Syria: Reported fatwa allows the hungry to eat cats and dogs

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Muslims throughout the world have been marking Eid al-Adha, but in war-torn Syria there is little to celebrate as most people struggle to meet their basic needs: food, water, and shelter.

 

Suicide truck bomber kills 15 in northern Iraq

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A suicide bomber driving a truck packed with explosives blew himself up in a village in northern Iraq, killing at least 15 members of the country's Shabak minority early on Thursday, police said.

 

Charles Taylor to spend the rest of his life in british prison

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Appeals judges have upheld the conviction of former Liberian President Charles Taylor on Thursday, reaffirming the 50-year prison sentence he was given last year for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during Sierra Leone's civil war.


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