31 October 2014

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Afghan cleric jailed for raping 11-year-old girl

Afghan cleric jailed for raping 11-year-old girlKABUL: An Afghan cleric has been jailed for 20 years for raping an 11-year old girl, her lawyer and activists said Sunday, after the child confronted her attacker in court despite fierce family opposition.Activists said the girl appeared in court after being taken to a women’s shelter for safety from some members of her own family, who had threatened to kill her for bringing “dishonour” on them.The sentence, passed by a court in Kabul on Saturday, came just weeks after five men

Brazil set to vote after bruising campaign

Rio de Janeiro  After the most contentious election race since the end of military rule in 1985, Brazilians will Sunday choose their next president, weighing a decade of social progress against a yearning for economic revival.Final opinion polls Saturday showed leftist incumbent Dilma Rousseff a narrow favorite with a four- to six-point advantage over center-right Aecio Neves in the race to lead the world s seventh-largest economy.A former guerrilla jailed and

Polls open in landmark Tunisia parliamentary election

Polls open in landmark Tunisia parliamentary electionTUNIS: Tunisians were voting Sunday in an election seen as pivotal to establishing democracy in the cradle of the Arab Spring uprisings, with security forces deploying heavily to avert extremist attacks.Polls opened at 7 am (0600 GMT) and were due to close at 6 pm (1700 GMT).The North African nation has been hailed as a beacon of hope compared with other chaos-hit countries like Libya and Egypt where regimes were also toppled.But its transition has been tested at times by militant attacks and social

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