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  • Washington Post reporter spy trial opens in Iran

    The trial of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian on espionage charges has started behind closed doors in Tehran, Iran's ISNA news agency reportsThe trial of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian on charges of spying on Iran opened behind closed doors in Tehran on Tuesday, state media reported. Rezaian's wife, Yeganeh Salehi, who is also a journalist, appeared in court alongside her husband and a press photographer, the official IRNA news agency reported. In a statement Monday condemning the legal proceedings against its journalist, the Washington Post had said it expected Salehi to be tried separately.

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  • Libyan tribes meet in Cairo as Egypt seeks allies against militants
    Hundreds of Libyan tribal leaders met in Cairo on Monday with Egyptian authorities hoping to enlist their help in preventing Islamist violence from spilling over their shared border. Islamist militants have thrived in the chaos of Libya, a North African oil producer that now has two competing governments backed by armed factions that four years earlier joined in an uprising that toppled autocrat Muammar Gaddafi. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi sees ascendant Islamists in Libya as a major security threat and is trying to secure the cooperation of tribal leaders to tackle it. | Read this >

  • Amazon says has begun declaring sales in UK, Germany, Spain, Italy

    Online retail giant Amazon says it has started declaring sales made in major European markets in the respective countries instead of Luxembourg, meaning it will pay taxes on the sales in the nationsOnline retail giant Amazon said it has started declaring sales made in major European markets in the respective countries instead of Luxembourg, meaning it will pay taxes on the sales in the nations. Amazon's tax agreement in Luxembourg, under which it recorded European sales and paid taxes on them in the tiny country instead of at the source, had attracted howls of criticism that the giant was trying to evade taxes, and had sparked an EU probe. "More than two years ago we began the process of establishing local country branches of Amazon EU Sarl, our primary retail operating company in Europe," the company said in a statement.

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  • Fire at China nursing home kills 38

    A nine-year-old boy was detained in February 2015 after a shopping mall inferno killed 17 people in Huidong, southern China's province of GuangdongA fire at a nursing home in central China left at least 38 people dead, officials said Tuesday, with bodies burned beyond recognition and wheelchairs reduced to charred frames. The fire broke out on Monday evening in an apartment building at a privately-owned old people's home in Pingdingshan, the state news agency Xinhua said. "The bodies were so badly burned, we couldn't tell who was who," Xinhua quoted one victim's relative saying of the identification process.

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  • Malaysian police begin exhuming bodies at jungle camps

    Forensic policemen carry body bags with human remains found at the site of human trafficking camps in the jungle close the Thailand border after they brought them to a police camp near Wang Kelian in northern MalaysiaBy Praveen Menon and Andrew R.C. Marshall BUKIT WANG BURMA, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysian police forensic teams, digging with hoes and shovels, began the grim task on Tuesday of exhuming the bodies of dozens of suspected victims of human traffickers found buried around jungle camps near the Thai border. Authorities believe at least two of the camps where they have found nearly 140 graves were abandoned in the last two to three weeks, around the time that Thailand launched a crackdown on people smugglers. The dense forests of southern Thailand and northern Malaysia have been a major stop-off point for smugglers bringing people to Southeast Asia by boat from Myanmar, most of them Rohingya Muslims who say they are fleeing persecution, and Bangladesh.

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  • Niger revises 2015 budget higher on defence spending
    Niger's parliament on Monday revised the country's 2015 budget to 1,732.4 billion CFA francs ($2.90 billion) from 1,707 billion approved in December, to meet higher defence expenses as its troops battles Nigeria's Boko Haram insurgents. Niger, alongside Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon has deployed some 3,000 soldiers to fight the radical militants whose six-year insurgency aimed at carving up an emirate in northeast Nigeria is threatening the stability of the Lake Chad region. "The amended finance law of the 2015 budget, balanced in revenue and expenses at 1,732.4 billion CFA francs, received 77 votes for and 22 votes against, and has been adopted," Amadou Salifou, president of the National Assembly, said on state radio. | Read this >

  • Zimbabweans go hungry as drought hammers southern Africa

    Zimbabwean women harvest maize from a field in a peri-urban suburb of Mabvuku in HarareBy MacDonald Dzirutwe SIYAGIJIMA, Zimbabwe (Reuters) - Even in the best of times, life is harsh in Siyagijima, a desolate village in southwest Zimbabwe. For 31-year-old Mejury Tererai, whose maize and cotton crops have been decimated, that means feeding her children nothing but scarce maize and groundnuts.

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  • B.B. King death probed as homicide after poison claim: coroner

    The death of blues guitar legend B.B. King on May 14, 2015 is to be investigated as a homicide, Nevada coroner's office saysLas Vegas police have launched a homicide investigation into the death of B.B. King, a coroner's office said Monday, after the daughters of the blues guitar legend reportedly accused his aides of poisoning him. King died aged 89 on May 14 in Las Vegas, where he lived while he kept up a gruelling schedule of tours that ended only last year. Two of his daughters -- Karen Williams and Patty King -- have alleged he was poisoned by his business manager Laverne Toney and his personal assistant, Eonline reported.

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  • Around 25 Kenyan police killed in al Shabaab attacks

    Kenyan police secure the scene of an explosion outside the Pangani police station in the capital NairobiAl Shabaab gunmen killed around 25 Kenyan police on Monday, ambushing some officers in a village in the east of the country after others died when their vehicle hit a landmine planted by the militants, their military spokesman said. The Islamist group also burnt five vehicles in the two incidents, Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab said. There were some Kenyan forces that escaped in the course of the ambush fighting," he said.

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