• Bangladesh: Anti-government Strike Injures 30 People

    Dhaka, Jumada I 21, 1434, Apr 2, 2013, SPA – Police say opposition activists have detonated small homemade bombs and set fire to several vehicles in the latest anti-government protest to hit Bangladesh’s capital. Bangladesh’s main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party …

  • U.N. Chief Congratulates Kenya’s Newly Elected President

    United Nations, Jumada I 21, 1434, Apr 2, 2013, SPA – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has congratulated Uhuru Kenyatta on his election as president of Kenya and has urged Kenyans to remain calm following a decision by the country’s top …

  • UN to Vote Tuesday on Treaty Regulating Arms Trade

    United Nations, Jumada I 21, 1434, Apr 2, 2013, SPA – The U.N. General Assembly is expected to vote Tuesday on what would be the first U.N. treaty regulating arms trade. Assembly spokesman Nikola Jovanovic told The Associated Press on …

  • March was bloodiest month in Syria war

    BEIRUT – March was the bloodiest month yet in Syria’s two-year conflict, with more than 6,000 people killed, a third of them civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Monday.

    The group opposes President Bashar Al-Assad but has monitored …

  • Al-Qaeda’s ex-Baghdad chief executed

    BAGHDAD – Iraq Monday executed Al-Qaeda’s former Baghdad chief and three other men convicted of terror-related offenses, despite calls for a moratorium its use of the death penalty.The executions brought to 22 the number of times Iraq has carried out …

  • Qatar airport opening delayed over security concerns

    DOHA – The scheduled opening Monday of Qatar’s new international airport in Doha was indefinitely postponed after it failed to meet security standards, newspapers in the Gulf state reported.

    The head of Qatar’s civil aviation authority, Abdel Aziz Al-Nuaimi, said …

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