25 April 2015

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Syria regime executed prisoners before Idlib fall: monitor

BEIRUT  Syrian government forces apparently executed at least 15 prisoners in the city of Idlib before Islamist fighters overran the provincial capital, a monitor said on Sunday.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the bodies of at least 15 detainees had been found after the northwestern city was taken by a coalition of forces including Al-Qaeda s Syrian affiliate Al-Nusra Front."The number of bodies found in a military intelligence detention facility in Idlib city has risen to

Arab leaders agree to form joint military force

Arab leaders agree to form joint military forceSHARM EL-SHEIKH: Arab leaders have agreed to form a joint military force, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced Sunday on the second and final day of the Arab League summit.“The Arab leaders had decided to agree on the principle of a joint Arab military force,” Sisi said in a speech at the gathering in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh.Arab representatives would meet to study the creation of the force, said Sisi.The decision was mostly aimed at fighting extremists who have overrun swathes of Iraq

PM Modi urges well-off Indians to give up gas subsidies

NEW DELHI  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged affluent Indians to give up their cooking gas subsidies to help the energy-starved country s poor access clean fuel.Fuel subsidies are a massive expense in India, contributing to an overall subsidy bill that ballooned to $43 billion, or two percent of gross domestic product (GDP), under the previous government."I appeal to all those who can afford cooking gas at market rates to please give up your gas subsidies," Modi said at an energy conference in New

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