02 October 2014

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19 killed in Guinea-Bissau land mine blast: police

19 killed in Guinea-Bissau land mine blast: policeBISSAU: At least 19 people aboard a minibus were killed when a landmine exploded in northern Guinea-Bissau, police said Saturday.Another 10 people were injured, several seriously, in the blast on a little-used route 70 kilometres (40 miles) north of the capital of Bissau, as the vehicle swerved to avoid water in its path, police and witnesses said.Three people, including the driver, emerged unscathed."The vehicle was overloaded, I was on the roof with some other passengers when we heard a loud

Egypt court adjourns Mubarak verdict to November 29

CAIRO  An Egyptian court on Saturday postponed its verdict in the murder retrial of former president Hosni Mubarak to November, in the latest twist in the legal battle surrounding the ousted autocrat.Mubarak is accused alongside seven of his former police commanders of involvement in the killing of hundreds of demonstrators during the 2011 uprising that ended his three-decade rule.An appeals court overturned his initial life sentence on a technicality.The 86-year-old,

Australia PM Abbott applauds FBI partnership

NEW YORK: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott hailed international police cooperation during a threat briefing at the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York.Abbott’s visit came just days after authorities in Australia carried out anti-terror raids. He praised Australia’s partnership with US security forces, underlining the importance of swapping information.“The relationships between Australian and US law enforcement agencies are extremely strong,” he said at the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Manhattan

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