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Imposes sanctions on Ukrainian officials

Imposes sanctions on Ukrainian officials

The European Union has agreed to impose a travel ban and asset freeze on Ukrainian officials who are deemed responsible for the violence in the country, according to EU foreign…

Attack by Boko Haram Nigeria town of Bama has killed 60

KANO, Nigeria: An attack by scores of Boko Haram in the northeast Nigeria town of Bama has killed 60 people and caused massive destruction to public buildings, police told AFP…

Iran nuclear talks ended on a positive note

Iran nuclear talks ended on a positive note

The opening round of nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers has ended on a positive note, with both sides saying they had agreed on a plan for further…

Ukraine President agrees truce with opponents

Ukraine President agrees truce with opponents

(Reuters) – Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said late on Wednesday that he had agreed a “truce” with opposition leaders after 26 people were killed in street clashes, ahead of meetings…

Suicide blasts in southern Beirut

Suicide blasts in southern Beirut

A twin suicide bombing hit the southern suburbs of Beirut during the morning rush hour, killing at least five people and wounding more than 100 in an attack targeting Iran’s…

Ukraine Deadliest Day

Ukraine Deadliest Day

KIEV, Ukraine: Ukraine‚Äôs festering political crisis has turned deadly, with at least twenty people reported killed and scores injured in violent clashes between anti-government demonstrators and police in Kiev. The…

Iran nuclear talks resume amid pessimism

Iran nuclear talks resume amid pessimism

Neither Iran nor the US is hopeful about talks intended to resolve a decade-old dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme.   Iran has repeatedly denied its nuclear activities have a military…

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