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African mediation-Sudan Call's discussions stalled over opposition's representation

December 12, 2018 (ADDIS ABABA) - The opposition Sudan Call and the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) failed to hold a meeting on the Roadmap Agreement for peace in Sudan due to their divergence over who can take part in the meeting. The
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African mediation-Sudan Call's discussions stalled over opposition's representation

December 12, 2018 (ADDIS ABABA) - The opposition Sudan Call and the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) failed to hold a meeting on the Roadmap Agreement for peace in Sudan due to their divergence over who can take part in the meeting. The AUHIP Chair Thabo Mbeki on Wednesday refused to meet a delegation of the opposition alliance, Sudan Call, including Sadiq al-Mahdi, the opposition leader, Minni Minnawi the secretary - general and the Sudan Call vice-presidents Gebril (...) - News / Sudan, FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY, Government peace talks with SPLM-N, Darfur and opposition groups

SSNMC's Bakosoro denies plotting to cripple South Sudan Opposition Alliance

December 12, 2018 (JUBA) -The South Sudan National Movement for Change (SSNMC) Joseph Bangasi Bakosoro denied plotting to weaken the South Sudan Opposition Alliance and called for the unity of the opposition alliance. The former governor of western Equatori
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SSNMC's Bakosoro denies plotting to cripple South Sudan Opposition Alliance

December 12, 2018 (JUBA) -The South Sudan National Movement for Change (SSNMC) Joseph Bangasi Bakosoro denied plotting to weaken the South Sudan Opposition Alliance and called for the unity of the opposition alliance. The former governor of western Equatoria was reacting to a report on the recent crisis of the SSOA after the election of Peter Gatdet as new leader to replace Gabriel Changson on 30 November by Lam Akol, Chairman of National Democratic Movement (NDM) addressed to IGAD Special (...) - News

Eritrean president arrives for first visit to Somalia, minister says

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki arrived on Thursday for his first-ever visit to Somalia, Eritrea’s information minister said, in another sign of rapidly changing relations in the region following Eritrea’s rapprochement with one-time foe Ethiopia.
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Eritrean president arrives for first visit to Somalia, minister says

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki arrived on Thursday for his first-ever visit to Somalia, Eritrea’s information minister said, in another sign of rapidly changing relations in the region following Eritrea’s rapprochement with one-time foe Ethiopia.

Organization of Islamic Cooperation approves aid for four education projects

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1544647553791244300Wed, 2018-12-12 23:45 JEDDAH: The secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, has approved aid for four education projects in Uganda, Gambia and Maur
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Organization of Islamic Cooperation approves aid for four education projects

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1544647553791244300Wed, 2018-12-12 23:45 JEDDAH: The secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, has approved aid for four education projects in Uganda, Gambia and Mauritius. Earlier this week, the OIC also approved humanitarian assistance for six projects in Palestine. The six projects are a continuation of the 31 allocated for Palestine that were approved by the Permanent Council of the Islamic Solidarity Fund in February. The OIC also celebrated International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, a UN-organized event held yearly on Nov. 29. The aid is an expression of solidarity from the OIC, represented by the Islamic Solidarity Fund. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)Makkah OIC countries seek to be dependent on their own halal vaccinesOIC reiterates support for Kashmiri people’s right to ‘self-determination’

Saudi novelist receives Naguib Mahfouz medal

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1544647592171245700Wed, 2018-12-12 23:46 JEDDAH: Saudi novelist Umaima Al-Khamis has received the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature 2018 for her latest novel “Masra Al-Gharaniq fi Mudub Al-Aqiq” (Voyage of the Cranes in t
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Saudi novelist receives Naguib Mahfouz medal

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1544647592171245700Wed, 2018-12-12 23:46 JEDDAH: Saudi novelist Umaima Al-Khamis has received the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature 2018 for her latest novel “Masra Al-Gharaniq fi Mudub Al-Aqiq” (Voyage of the Cranes in the Cities of Agate). The American University in Cairo Press (AUC) made the announcement on Wednesday. The awards are announced annually on the birth anniversary of the Egyptian Nobel laureate. Al-Khamis, born in 1966 in Riyadh, studied Arabic literature at the King Saud University and was listed for the Arabic Booker Prize in 2010. In her acceptance speech, Al-Khamis paid tribute to Naguib Mahfouz and described him as a great writer who taught the “magic and craft of” storytelling. Main category: Saudi ArabiaArt & CultureTags: Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature 2018Saudi ArabiaEgypt Do not worry about being happy: Saudi novelistSaudi novelist long-listed for prestigious literary prize

Budding businesses make their case at Riyadh conferences

Author: Rashid HassanID: 1544655437841772100Thu, 2018-12-13 01:55 RIYADH: Thousands of start-up owners, investors and other visitors flooded into the capital for two events in Riyadh on Wednesday. The ArabNet Riyadh conference, which focuses on di
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Budding businesses make their case at Riyadh conferences

Author: Rashid HassanID: 1544655437841772100Thu, 2018-12-13 01:55 RIYADH: Thousands of start-up owners, investors and other visitors flooded into the capital for two events in Riyadh on Wednesday. The ArabNet Riyadh conference, which focuses on digital businesses in the Gulf region, and ArabNet’s Monsha’at Startup Saudi, attracted regional and international digital business leaders and investors who came to share the latest trends and business opportunities with an audience of more than 4,000 up-and-coming entrepreneurs and students and 200 start-ups. The event was attended by Commerce Minister Majid Al-Qassabi and Saleh Al-Rasheed, governor of the General Authority of Small and Medium Enterprises (Monsha’at), in addition to more than 300 global and regional leaders. “At Monsha’at, we seek to support small and medium-sized enterprises and empower them in the drive for economic development,” said Al-Rasheed. “This is a great addition to the Kingdom’s business community,” said ArabNet CEO and Founder Omar Christidis. “Thousands of attendees presented business plans to 100 investors from around the globe. Conferences like this bring together key stakeholders that are critical for the growth of the digital sector.” “Here at this conference, we have regulators and corporations that represent some of the largest customer bases in innovation,” he added. The opening ceremony was followed by a high-profile panel that discussed the components needed to make Saudi Arabia the region’s next Silicon Valley. The panel featured prominent figures, including Careem Co-Founder Abdulla Elyas, Omar Al-Madhi, senior managing editor of Abdul Latif Jameel, and Khalil Al-Shafei, CEO and managing director at Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Venture. The event also featured a number of dynamic initiatives to support entrepreneurs, including interactive workshops and pop-up stores for Instagram businesses. The event also allowed one-on-one meetings between executives and start-ups. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: ArabNet RiyadhSaudi Arabia ArabNet opens in Riyadh — more than 1,400 delegates attendOver 1,800 digital professionals attend 6th edition of ArabNet Riyadh

Massive Saudi response overwhelms German musicians

Author: RASHID HASSANID: 1544656417471811800Thu, 2018-12-13 02:11 RIYADH: German musicians on tour in Saudi Arabia said they were “astonished” by the response to their concerts. The artists played six gigs over 10 days at multiple venues. On
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Massive Saudi response overwhelms German musicians

Author: RASHID HASSANID: 1544656417471811800Thu, 2018-12-13 02:11 RIYADH: German musicians on tour in Saudi Arabia said they were “astonished” by the response to their concerts. The artists played six gigs over 10 days at multiple venues. On Tuesday evening in Riyadh the Goethe-Institut hosted Birgit Erichson and Vasil Laghidze, who performed Schubert’s “Winter Journey.” The lyrics, by Wilhelm Müller, were recited in German by Claudia Ziegeler and — in a world premiere — in Arabic by the Saudi poet Dr. Adel Khamees Alzhrani. “We are astonished at how the audience in Riyadh and Jeddah responded,” said pianist Laghidze. “We got overwhelming support from music lovers. The audience here is very enthusiastic.” On Monday German Ambassador Jorg Ranau hosted a concert at his residence in the diplomatic quarter. Laghidze and cellist Erichson were joined by violinist Ulrich Beetz, with the trio delighting a national and international gathering with music from Haydn, Schubert and Dvorak. An embassy press officer told Arab News the musicians were well-received amid “thunderous applause.” The French Consul General El-Mostafa Mihraje hosted the trio’s performance of an all-Debussy concert, including the famous Clair de Lune, played under the stars. Other venues for the visiting artists included the German diplomatic missions in Riyadh and Jeddah, the French Consulate General in Jeddah and the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, a research institute in Thuwal. Main category: Saudi ArabiaArt & CultureTags: German musicRiyadh Classical music trio delight Saudi audience with world premiere in ArabicSaudi artists perform at ‘Open Stage Night’ at German Embassy in Riyadh

Saudi Arabia ‘will remain strongest ally of the US in Middle East’

Thu, 2018-12-13 02:30 Saudi Arabia will remain the strongest ally of the US in the Middle East and lies at the “heart and core” of President Trump’s foreign policy, some of the world’s leading politicians, economists and strategic analysts heard as t
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Saudi Arabia ‘will remain strongest ally of the US in Middle East’

Thu, 2018-12-13 02:30 Saudi Arabia will remain the strongest ally of the US in the Middle East and lies at the “heart and core” of President Trump’s foreign policy, some of the world’s leading politicians, economists and strategic analysts heard as they gathered to forecast the geopolitical state of the world in 2019. At the 11th Arab Strategy Forum, an annual gathering to discuss worldwide political, economic, security and social scenarios and plan ways to help the region prepare for future challenges, speakers talked about a steadfast bond between the US and Saudi over the next 12 months. They said that Trump views the Kingdom as an unshakable ally with common regional interests including America’s fight against Iran, the peace process in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and a turbulent and fluctuating oil market. “The Trump administration has been fighting very hard to move beyond Jamal Khashoggi,” said Fawaz Gerges, professor of international relations at the London School of Economics, who joined Ambassador Dennis Ross, former assistant to President Obama and National Security Council senior director for the Central Region, and Bernardino Leon, director general of the Emirates Diplomatic Academy, in a panel discussion titled the “State of the World Politics in 2019.”  “They have made it very clear that they want to focus on other interests; the Israel-Palestine peace process, the question of Iran, the oil market … President Trump has made it very clear that Saudi Arabia really lies at the heart and the core of his foreign policy.” He said that despite “tremendous pressures to take further steps” against the Kingdom, “the reality so far seems to be that the president will not listen to the critics.” Dr. Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia.  He said that although the relationship between the US and Saudi Arabia has come under strain, “as long as Donald Trump remains in power the relationships will continue to stay.” In the panel discussion, moderated by CNN’s Becky Anderson, Leon also addressed Saudi and US relations. “There are two dimensions; one is internal US politics, the other is in terms of foreign policy. Foreign policy has to be determined by the government and will continue to be determined by the government — this is the rule. So if you see these relations, in historical terms Saudi Arabia has always been the main ally in the region for the United States.  “This is a region where another traditional very strong ally, Turkey, is now in a different position and even though we are at a time where this region is probably experiencing more difficulties than ever before, the United States will continue to act on that basis. I do not expect big changes. I am sure we there will be waves and I am sure the US Congress will call for more transparency and more information after what happened after Khashoggi, probably this is going to happen. But there will be no structural changes.” Ross said that US policy — which states that if the president vetoes a decision, Congress may override the veto by a two-thirds supermajority of both houses — means it would be “very difficult” for Congress to overturn any decision on sanctions against the Kingdom that Trump, who has been vocal in his continuing support and relations with Saudi Arabia. He added that “most of the pressure” from federal government would be more likely to be dominated by the ongoing Trump-Russia investigations. Faisal Abbas, editor in chief of Arab News, left, in conversation with Dr. Ian Bremmer.  After being addressed by Faisal Abbas, editor in chief of Arab News, who posed a question about US-Middle East relations and asked if the US would distance itself from the Arab world, Ross said that the US would continue to have a vested interest in Middle Eastern activities. “Las Vegas rules do not apply to the Middle East, what takes place in the Middle East doesn’t stay in the Middle East. That is ultimately why we have to stay involved in it.”  Abbas began the first panel discussion of the day, “Discussing Megatrends in 2019,” by questioning speaker Dr. Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia, about oil prices, Saudi Arabia’s international and regional relations and his predictions for the year ahead.  Bremmer addressed the recent announcement by Qatar that it was withdrawing from the oil exporters’ group OPEC, saying the move would have little impact or fallout. “Qatar in OPEC is a marginal player so I do not think their leaving is significant.” Bremmer said that Qatar attended the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) annual summit in Riyadh this week and that Qataris and Saudis “directly engaged” was a move to be looked at in a “positive” way. At the forum, attended by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Bremmer began his address by saying that 2019 should not see any real turbulent crisis, and highlighted the “good news” of “robust” predictions laid out by the International Monetary Fund that state the global economy will grow 3.7 percent this year.  However, he said that 2020 is likely to witness another recession and warned — unlike the shows of unity after the 2008/09 financial crisis — of a fractious and “dysfunctional” geopolitical landscape that will mean the world will be unlikely to be able to bounce back easily. “The good news is the 2019 economy will not be horrible. The bad news; the next economic downturn will be much worse. My worry is that whenever the next downturn comes we have a problem. The thing about the last major recession … which was a big one, is the response from all the world’s major economies. They all worked together in saying we have a problem, we need to get out of this together. “Whenever the next downturn happens — which economists say is 2020 — when it comes the political reaction it is not going to be like 2008/9.” Instead, the world is likely to witness a “blame-game” with countries pointing the finger at one another. Bremmer warned: “This is the most fraught geopolitical period in my lifetime … and the dysfunction is only going to grow.” The geopolitical landscape has been heightened by a series of world events, including the “disastrous”  negations over Brexit, France’s “yellow vest” protests, the looming end to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s reign,  the state of US-China relations and the recent US sanctions on Iran. Bremmer also raised concern over cybercrime and the shadow economy. He said that three of his biggest concerns from 2018 were North Korea-linked hackers stealing millions from ATMs across the world, Russian hackers using antivirus software to steal US cyber capabilities to attack Ukraine’s online network and the accounts of millions of Chinese web users being compromised in a series of hacks. At the forum, speakers also discussed mega-trends and forecast the future of economics and government policies in the region. The role of Iran as a leading state sponsor of terror and the impact of US sanctions was a factor among many of the key discussions. Ross said: “The interesting thing with Iran in 2019 is to see how they will tackle the internal pressure internally due to there economic decline,” while Bremmer said it was likely that Tehran would seek to wait out the Trump administration. The growing role of China also dominated discussions. Leon said: “The US and China are two heavyweights that will keep their battle going on but it will not need to escalate much more, due to the nature of global economic markets,” while speakers highlighted the “winding down” of the war in Yemen as a positive trend in 2019. In the “State of the Arab World Economy in 2019,” Dr. Nasser Saidi, former Lebanese minister of economy and trade, and Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, senior vice president of the World Bank Group, said that there was a general consensus that the economic recession would most likely start in 2019 and predicted an era of “turbulence” over the next 12 months, including a ripple effect across the GCC caused by oil price fluctuations.  At the same panel discussion, H.E Nasser Judeh, former deputy prime minister of foreign affairs of Jordan, Dr. Ayad Allawi, former prime minister of Iraq and the leader of the National Accord, and H.E Nabil Fahmy, former foreign minister of Egypt, deliberated on the regional landscape over the next 12 months, with Allawi warning that the region is a “fertile ground” for terrorist groups should it not stabilize and not implement reforms that the Arab world is in “dire need of.”  Fahmy addressed Qatar relations, saying that while a fragmented Arab world comes at the expense of every country, he was “not optimistic for radical change” in Qatar’s policies and said that the GCC could not back down to a country that refuses to “change its internal methodology.”  “Qatar has to be a player — not an adversary.” Ahead of the forum, Mohammed Al-Gergawi, minister of Cabinet Affairs and the Future, and chairman of the organizing committee, said the Arab Strategy Forum was launched as a platform for balanced analysis by decision-makers to offer a clearer understanding of the economic and political outlook for the Arab region and the world. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaUnited StatesEditor’s Choice Saudi-US relations ‘at all-time high’ as crown prince begins tourSaudi crown prince praises ‘deep relations’ with US as he meets Donald Trump

Internet incredulous as CSKA inflict RECORD home defeat on Real but still go OUT OF UCL

Scoring three goals at the Bernabeu is a feat usually reserved only for the likes of Barcelona in 'El Clasico' and usually ensures absolute victory, but CSKA Moscow did just that, winning 3-0 but still going out of Europe. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Internet incredulous as CSKA inflict RECORD home defeat on Real but still go OUT OF UCL

Scoring three goals at the Bernabeu is a feat usually reserved only for the likes of Barcelona in 'El Clasico' and usually ensures absolute victory, but CSKA Moscow did just that, winning 3-0 but still going out of Europe. Read Full Article at RT.com

Central African Republic football official arrested on suspicion of war crimes

Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona, a committee member of the Confederation of African Football, has been arrested in France, on an ICC warrant charging him with coordinating attacks on Central African Republic Muslims in 2013 and 2014. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Central African Republic football official arrested on suspicion of war crimes

Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona, a committee member of the Confederation of African Football, has been arrested in France, on an ICC warrant charging him with coordinating attacks on Central African Republic Muslims in 2013 and 2014. Read Full Article at RT.com

Austrian police question Russian biathlon team on suspicion of doping violations

Austrian police officers have visited the Russian biathlon team’s training camp in Hochfilzen to question athletes and coaches over alleged doping violations which supposedly took place two years ago. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Austrian police question Russian biathlon team on suspicion of doping violations

Austrian police officers have visited the Russian biathlon team’s training camp in Hochfilzen to question athletes and coaches over alleged doping violations which supposedly took place two years ago. Read Full Article at RT.com

Mission:SG Episode 2: Indonesian Ambassador Ngurah Swajaya

There are about 180 thousand Indonesians living in Singapore. Among them, a significant number are domestic workers. As the Indonesian Ambassador to Singapore, one of Ngurah Swajaya's mission tasks is to help these workers upskill. The 56-year-old, who was d
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Mission:SG Episode 2: Indonesian Ambassador Ngurah Swajaya

There are about 180 thousand Indonesians living in Singapore. Among them, a significant number are domestic workers. As the Indonesian Ambassador to Singapore, one of Ngurah Swajaya's mission tasks is to help these workers upskill. The 56-year-old, who was deployed to Singapore in 2016, works to protect the basic rights of Indonesian workers here and describes enhancing workers' capabilities through various courses as «beyond protection» for them.

Fire breaks out in DR Congo election commission building

A fire broke out in an electoral commission building in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in early hours of Thursday, officials said, 10 days ahead of presidential elections that have been foreshadowed by violence.
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Fire breaks out in DR Congo election commission building

A fire broke out in an electoral commission building in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in early hours of Thursday, officials said, 10 days ahead of presidential elections that have been foreshadowed by violence.

I am not about to retire, says Museveni

President Museveni yesterday told political parties during the Inter-Party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) summit that he is not about to leave power and they should stop thinking of a transition.
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I am not about to retire, says Museveni

President Museveni yesterday told political parties during the Inter-Party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) summit that he is not about to leave power and they should stop thinking of a transition.

Stiegler’s project means cheaper energy, JPM says

The government has reiterated its plan to reduce power tariffs upon completion of the 2,100MW Stiegler’s Gorge power project on Rufiji River, along the Selous game reserve.
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Stiegler’s project means cheaper energy, JPM says

The government has reiterated its plan to reduce power tariffs upon completion of the 2,100MW Stiegler’s Gorge power project on Rufiji River, along the Selous game reserve.

Tampines resident emails MP Baey Yam Keng for help -- over a cockroach

As Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Culture, Community and Youth, as well as Member of Parliament (MP) for Tampines GRC, Mr Baey Yam Keng is no doubt a busy man. You might think an email about a lone cockroach sighting might be deemed trivia
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Tampines resident emails MP Baey Yam Keng for help -- over a cockroach

As Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Culture, Community and Youth, as well as Member of Parliament (MP) for Tampines GRC, Mr Baey Yam Keng is no doubt a busy man. You might think an email about a lone cockroach sighting might be deemed trivial and go unnoticed by him -- but that's not the case.

Former OCBC dealer on trial for unauthorised trades which caused losses to bank

SINGAPORE - Over more than two years, a dealer at OCBC bank allegedly made numerous unauthorised foreign exchange trades in the bank's system, involving accounts belonging to its clients. Lu Chor Sheng, 40, formerly a treasury adviser at the bank, is accuse
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Former OCBC dealer on trial for unauthorised trades which caused losses to bank

SINGAPORE - Over more than two years, a dealer at OCBC bank allegedly made numerous unauthorised foreign exchange trades in the bank's system, involving accounts belonging to its clients. Lu Chor Sheng, 40, formerly a treasury adviser at the bank, is accused of committing 40 offences under the Computer Misuse Act, two other offences involving cheating by personation, as well as five offences related to acquiring, possessing, using, concealing or transferring benefits of criminal conduct.

Singapore files declaration under Unclos to ensure no party unilaterally starts third-party action against Republic

SINGAPORE - Singapore has filed a declaration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (Unclos) to ensure that no signatory of the international treaty can unilaterally start third-party arbitration or adjudication on maritime boundary disput
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Singapore files declaration under Unclos to ensure no party unilaterally starts third-party action against Republic

SINGAPORE - Singapore has filed a declaration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (Unclos) to ensure that no signatory of the international treaty can unilaterally start third-party arbitration or adjudication on maritime boundary disputes involving the Republic. Singapore said it believes such disputes are best settled through negotiations, failing which, it is prepared to take them to an international third party for settlement on terms that all sides agree to.

2nd Canadian in 2 days: Businessman chummy with Kim Jong-un detained in China

A Canadian businessman who was said to be missing has been arrested in China on suspicion of harming state security, Beijing has confirmed. Read Full Article at RT.com
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2nd Canadian in 2 days: Businessman chummy with Kim Jong-un detained in China

A Canadian businessman who was said to be missing has been arrested in China on suspicion of harming state security, Beijing has confirmed. Read Full Article at RT.com

Kiev may start major offensive in rebellious east ‘within days’ – Moscow

The Ukrainian government is reportedly preparing a provocation in the east, which will be used to launch a major offensive operation against rebel forces, Moscow said. It may happen in days and would affect the presidential poll. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Kiev may start major offensive in rebellious east ‘within days’ – Moscow

The Ukrainian government is reportedly preparing a provocation in the east, which will be used to launch a major offensive operation against rebel forces, Moscow said. It may happen in days and would affect the presidential poll. Read Full Article at RT.com

After instigating trade war America will have to dance to China's tune – investor Peter Schiff to RT

The lull in the US-China trade war amid new flaring tensions over the arrest of Huawei finance chief can only backfire at Washington as Beijing holds a trump card, veteran stockbroker Peter Schiff has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com
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After instigating trade war America will have to dance to China's tune – investor Peter Schiff to RT

The lull in the US-China trade war amid new flaring tensions over the arrest of Huawei finance chief can only backfire at Washington as Beijing holds a trump card, veteran stockbroker Peter Schiff has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com

KIM of Diamonds drops new December vibe: ‘Something new’

Lilongwe based singer/songwriter KIM of Diamonds has dropped new single titled “Something New”. KIM: Something New According to KIM,”Something New” has a vibe perfect for December playlists and the New Year. “I just want to... The post
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KIM of Diamonds drops new December vibe: ‘Something new’

Lilongwe based singer/songwriter KIM of Diamonds has dropped new single titled “Something New”. KIM: Something New According to KIM,”Something New” has a vibe perfect for December playlists and the New Year. “I just want to... The post KIM of Diamonds drops new December vibe: ‘Something new’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.

Why poll results are also good news for PM Modi and Yogi Adityanath

The defeat of BJP's three chief ministers (Shivraj Chauhan, Raman Singh and Vasundhara Raje), who before 2014 were counted among contenders for leading the party into the polls, leaves Prime Minister Narednra Modi the only leader that the BJP can bank upon.
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Why poll results are also good news for PM Modi and Yogi Adityanath

The defeat of BJP's three chief ministers (Shivraj Chauhan, Raman Singh and Vasundhara Raje), who before 2014 were counted among contenders for leading the party into the polls, leaves Prime Minister Narednra Modi the only leader that the BJP can bank upon.

Rahul Gandhi holds individual meetings with Rajasthan CM hopefuls Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday held one-on-one meetings with Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot, the two chief ministerial aspirants in Rajasthan, before taking a final call on who would head government in the desert state.
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Rahul Gandhi holds individual meetings with Rajasthan CM hopefuls Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday held one-on-one meetings with Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot, the two chief ministerial aspirants in Rajasthan, before taking a final call on who would head government in the desert state.

Cong protecting perpetrators of anti-Sikh riots: Akali leader on Nath as possible MP CM

The Akali Dal alleges that Nath had a hand in the anti-Sikh riots that broke out in the national capital following the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984.
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Cong protecting perpetrators of anti-Sikh riots: Akali leader on Nath as possible MP CM

The Akali Dal alleges that Nath had a hand in the anti-Sikh riots that broke out in the national capital following the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984.

690 Police Reservists to be deployed along Kenya-Somalia border

The government has recruited an additional 690 National Police Reservists (NPR) to enhance security along the Kenya-Somalia border.
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690 Police Reservists to be deployed along Kenya-Somalia border

The government has recruited an additional 690 National Police Reservists (NPR) to enhance security along the Kenya-Somalia border.

Christmas comes early for atheist family who opposed holiday symbols in the classroom

An atheist family whose child was not allowed to re-enrol in preschool after her parents fought against classroom Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations has been awarded $12,000 by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
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Christmas comes early for atheist family who opposed holiday symbols in the classroom

An atheist family whose child was not allowed to re-enrol in preschool after her parents fought against classroom Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations has been awarded $12,000 by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.

Sexual assault trial of former Canadian gymnastics coach resumes Thursday

The sexual assault trial of former Canadian women's gymnastics coach Dave Brubaker is set to resume Thursday in Sarnia, Ont. The 55-year-old has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and invitation to sexual touching.
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Sexual assault trial of former Canadian gymnastics coach resumes Thursday

The sexual assault trial of former Canadian women's gymnastics coach Dave Brubaker is set to resume Thursday in Sarnia, Ont. The 55-year-old has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and invitation to sexual touching.

'I had no self-worth': The language around addiction can make it harder for people to recover

Many medical professionals agree that the language around addiction can affect a person's recovery, and there is a push to adopt terms that are less dismissive and more human.
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'I had no self-worth': The language around addiction can make it harder for people to recover

Many medical professionals agree that the language around addiction can affect a person's recovery, and there is a push to adopt terms that are less dismissive and more human.

Why even the 'worst of the worst' criminals get transferred to medium-security prisons

The revelation that one of Tori Stafford's killers has been transferred to a medium-security prison has sparked significant outrage. But experts say moving prisoners from maximum to medium security, even murderers serving life sentences, is not uncommon.
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Why even the 'worst of the worst' criminals get transferred to medium-security prisons

The revelation that one of Tori Stafford's killers has been transferred to a medium-security prison has sparked significant outrage. But experts say moving prisoners from maximum to medium security, even murderers serving life sentences, is not uncommon.

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