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Date: 5/07/2014
A group of 46 nurses caught up in fighting in Iraq arrived home in India on Saturday after briefly being held captive by suspected militants, an outcome celebrated by the newly elected government in New Delhi as an early diplomatic success. Tikrit, the birthplace of former President Saddam Hussein, was the site of fierce fighting this week as Iraqi troops battled to regain control of the city from the al Qaeda splinter group the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The nurses had been ho..Read more
Ukrainian troops force out pro-Russian separatists - Interfax citing rebel leader
Date: 5/07/2014
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine were forced to leave positions along their northern front by a government offensive, a leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic was quoted as saying on Saturday by news agency Interfax. "The punitive forces of Ukraine ... moved into a large-scale offensive," separatist leader Aleksandr Borodai was quoted as saying. "Given the disproportionate numerical superiority of the enemy troops, units of the armed forces of the D..Read more
Ukraine leader orders flag raised in rebel stronghold after army successes
Date: 5/07/2014
By Natalia Zinets KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ordered the army to raise the national flag over the separatist stronghold of Slaviansk in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, after hearing reports government forces were in the city, the presidential web site said. Slaviansk, seized by rebels in April, had become the separatists' strongest redoubt in eastern Ukraine and a base for Igor Strelkov, a Muscovite declared defence minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People'..Read more
Kosovo indicts suspected Balkan crime boss Kelmendi
Date: 5/07/2014
A Kosovo court said on Friday it had indicted suspected Balkan crime boss Naser Kelmendi, blacklisted by Washington on suspicion of trafficking drugs, for organised crime, murder and drug smuggling. Kelmendi, 56, is a Kosovo-born ethnic Albanian with Bosnian citizenship. He was arrested in Kosovo in 2013 on a warrant from Bosnia but remained in custody in Kosovo as the two countries do not have an extradition agreement. Bosnia sought Kelmendi's extradition because of his suspected involvement in..Read more
Boxer Amir Khan bailed after suspected assault - reports
Date: 5/07/2014
(Reuters) - World welterweight title contender Amir Khan has been released on bail after the British boxer was arrested on suspicion of two assaults in the early hours of Friday morning, according to media reports. Greater Manchester Police would not confirm that it was Khan who had been arrested but they did issue a statement on the incident. "A 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of two assaults and has been bailed until mid-July pending further enquiries." Khan is hoping to challenge Fl..Read more
Shots fired as Liberia police quell ArcelorMittal mine protest
Date: 5/07/2014
Liberia's security forces fired shots in the air to break up a protest at an ArcelorMittal SA iron ore plant northeast of the capital on Friday, authorities and witnesses said. One demonstrator, who declined to be named, said ArcelorMittal had not fulfilled the terms of its concession agreement with the Liberian governmenOt...Read more
Bahraini policeman dies of bomb blast wounds - ministry
Date: 5/07/2014
A Bahraini policeman died on Saturday of wounds sustained in a bombing that the Interior Ministry said was a terrorist act. Attacks on security forces have been on the rise in the strategically located Gulf Arab country, which hosts the U.S. Fifth Fleet, more than three years after authorities quelled Shi'ite Muslim-led protests against the Sunni-led government. Bahrain has been caught up in a region-wide tussle for influence between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shi'ite Iran, and authorities have blam..Read more
China's top graft-buster says no off limits in probes
Date: 5/07/2014
No part of China's ruling Communist Party is off limits for its crackdown on corruption, the country's top graft buster was quoted as saying, sounding a warning a few days after the one of the country's most senior former soldiers was purged. The party this week announced that Xu Caihou, who retired as vice chairman of the powerful Central Military Commission last year, had been expelled from the party and will be court-martialled after being accused of corruption. President Xi Ji..Read more
Two militants blow themselves up in southern Saudi Arabia - al-Arabia TV
Date: 5/07/2014
Two suspected al Qaeda militants blew themselves up early on Saturday after being surrounded inside a government building in southern Saudi Arabia, following an attack on a border post with Yemen, Saudi-owned al-Arabia television reported. The satellite channel, in a report on its website, quoted unnamed sources as saying the militants blew themselves up in the Sharurah area near the Wadia border post with Yemen. The militants had put up "stiff resistance" to security forces surrounding them, fi..Read more
U.S. "concerned" about being barred from GSK-linked China trial
Date: 4/07/2014
By John Ruwitch and Adam Jourdan SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The United States is worried that its officials have been barred from attending the Aug. 7 trial in China of British investigator Peter Humphrey and his American wife Yu Yingzeng after the couple were arrested last year following work they did for British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline PLC. The concerns, voiced by the U.S. embassy in Beijing, adds a political dimension to the trial, which could become another thorny issue between the two economic ..Read more