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Suspect in London Parliament car crash named as Salih Khater, UK citizen of Sudanese origin – media

The man arrested on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist attack at the UK Parliament on Tuesday has reportedly been identified as 29-year-old Salih Khater. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Suspect in London Parliament car crash named as Salih Khater, UK citizen of Sudanese origin – media

The man arrested on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist attack at the UK Parliament on Tuesday has reportedly been identified as 29-year-old Salih Khater. Read Full Article at RT.com

Drone footage captures night search for survivors of Genoa bridge collapse (VIDEO)

Drone footage has captured the harrowing aftermath of a bridge collapse in Genoa, as rescue efforts continued into the night in the hope of finding more survivors. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Drone footage captures night search for survivors of Genoa bridge collapse (VIDEO)

Drone footage has captured the harrowing aftermath of a bridge collapse in Genoa, as rescue efforts continued into the night in the hope of finding more survivors. Read Full Article at RT.com

Priests abused thousands of children over decades in Pennsylvania - state investigation

Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused thousands of children over a 70-year period and silenced victims through «the weaponization of faith» and a systematic cover-up campaign by their bishops, the state attorney general said on Tu
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Priests abused thousands of children over decades in Pennsylvania - state investigation

Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused thousands of children over a 70-year period and silenced victims through «the weaponization of faith» and a systematic cover-up campaign by their bishops, the state attorney general said on Tuesday. An 884-page report made public by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro after a two-year investigation contained graphic examples of children being groomed and sexually abused by clergymen. It was largely based on documents from secret archives kept by the dioceses, including handwritten confessions by priests, he said. «It was child sexual abuse, including rape, committed by grown men - priests - against children,» Shapiro told a press conference. Representatives of the six Pennsylvania dioceses included in the report could not be reached for comment. The attorney general said it was the most comprehensive report on Catholic clergy sex abuse in American history, nearly two decades after an expose of widespread abuse and cover-up in Boston that rocked the Roman Catholic church. Several of the dioceses issued statements apologising to victims and saying they were taking steps to ensure any criminal behavior was stopped. "The...

What happened on... August 15

10 years ago - The Times Friday, August 15, 2008 Police to be charged on Paceville beatings One or more police officers are expected to be charged in the coming days in connection with the alleged beating of two handcuffed migrants in Paceville late in June.
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What happened on... August 15

10 years ago - The Times Friday, August 15, 2008 Police to be charged on Paceville beatings One or more police officers are expected to be charged in the coming days in connection with the alleged beating of two handcuffed migrants in Paceville late in June. An internal police investigation, launched following a report carried in The Times next day, has recommended that charges be pressed against at least one officer, police sources have told The Times. Eyewitnesses had mentioned as many as five officers being involved in the beating of one of the migrants, Sudanese Suleiman Abubaker, and another three in that of the other, a 26-year-old Ivorian, Kaba Konate. However, police sources say only one officer is likely to have been consistently identified by the main eyewitnesses. The incidents, which occurred a few hours apart from each other, took place in Paceville’s main square very late on a Friday night. Both migrants had been given suspended sentences for assaulting the police in speedy court proceedings. But several eyewitnesses, spearheaded by Rebecca Filletti, who was arrested on the night of the incident after questioning the methods used by the police, said that they had...

This week at the cinema - August 15, 2018

Christopher Robin (2018)Genre: AdventureDirector: Marc FosterStarring and voices of: Ewan McGregor, Jim Cummings, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Brad Garrett, Peter Capaldi Duration: 104 minutesClass: UKRS Releasing Ltd Christopher Robin, a fictionalised imaginin
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This week at the cinema - August 15, 2018

Christopher Robin (2018)Genre: AdventureDirector: Marc FosterStarring and voices of: Ewan McGregor, Jim Cummings, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Brad Garrett, Peter Capaldi Duration: 104 minutesClass: UKRS Releasing Ltd Christopher Robin, a fictionalised imagining of the titular characters from A.A. Milne’s classic Winnie the Pooh children’s stories, is taking audiences back to the Hundred Acre Wood. However, Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) is now no longer the imaginative and whimsy child he once was, and as he matured, lost touch with Pooh, Tigger and all of his forest friends. Now a mature and reserved family man, the pressure is on to keep up with a demanding boss. Abandoning a family holiday to deal with an office crisis, hijinks ensue when Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh are unexpectedly reunited and Christopher Robin must take Pooh bear back to the Hundred Acre Wood, the fantasy land of his childhood. The film received average to good reviews, with audiences being  more favourable than critics.  Helen O’Hara of Empire Online found the film to be falling “just short of magic”, with the film failing to deal meaningfully with the themes of family and friendship, and...

Ira Losco and friends in concert

Ira Losco and friends will perform in a summer concert entitled Women in Music, at Pjazza Teatru Rjal, Valletta, on Saturday at 9pm. She will be singing an extensive new repertoire from her latest double album No Sinner No Saint, which celebrates her 15th yea
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Ira Losco and friends in concert

Ira Losco and friends will perform in a summer concert entitled Women in Music, at Pjazza Teatru Rjal, Valletta, on Saturday at 9pm. She will be singing an extensive new repertoire from her latest double album No Sinner No Saint, which celebrates her 15th year in the music industry. The concert will also feature local and international guests. For tickets, visit http://www.ticketline.com.mt .

'I begged my captors to kill me': child migrants tell Aquarius crew they were kidnapped

Child asylum seekers rescued by the Aquarius sea rescue vessel have told crew members they were kidnapped and faced extortion, according to Doctors Without Borders. The NGO, which jointly operates the vessel together with SOS Mediterranee, said that crew memb
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'I begged my captors to kill me': child migrants tell Aquarius crew they were kidnapped

Child asylum seekers rescued by the Aquarius sea rescue vessel have told crew members they were kidnapped and faced extortion, according to Doctors Without Borders. The NGO, which jointly operates the vessel together with SOS Mediterranee, said that crew members had heard disturbing accounts of kidnapping and extortion from minors rescued last Friday. “I begged my captors to kill me,” one teenager allegedly told them. Scores of minors, including 38 unaccompanied children under 15, are believed to be among 141 people aboard the Aquarius, which is expected to dock in Malta at 1.30pm on Wednesday after accepting the Maltese government’s offer to dock at Boilers Wharf in Senglea. After disembarkation, migrants will be registered and medically screened. They will then be taken to a reception centre in Marsa, to be eventually distributed among five other EU member states. READ: Aquarius risks being struck off Gibraltar's ship register Malta announced the arrangement on Tuesday, saying that it had secured agreement with five countries to take in the rescued migrants after they disembarked in Malta. France, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal and Spain have all agreed to the ad hoc deal, the...

How the Catholic Church hid sexual abuse of 1,000 children in Pennsylvania

The grand jury report, which covered six of the state's eight Catholic dioceses and found more than 1,000 identifiable victims, is the broadest examination yet by a government agency
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How the Catholic Church hid sexual abuse of 1,000 children in Pennsylvania

The grand jury report, which covered six of the state's eight Catholic dioceses and found more than 1,000 identifiable victims, is the broadest examination yet by a government agency

Children jostle to meet, interact with PM Modi at Red Fort

On his way out after the speech, he halted and broke from the security cordon to enter an enclosure where children welcomed him with loud cheers. The crowd soon swelled to a huge mass of children who hankered to shake hands with him, prompting Modi's special
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Children jostle to meet, interact with PM Modi at Red Fort

On his way out after the speech, he halted and broke from the security cordon to enter an enclosure where children welcomed him with loud cheers. The crowd soon swelled to a huge mass of children who hankered to shake hands with him, prompting Modi's special security team to step in.

Ahead of 2019, PM Modi projects himself as an impatient agent of change

«People make senseless criticism against me. But whatever may be said, I want to publicly acknowledge that I am restless because several countries have marched ahead and I want to take the country ahead of them. I am impatient because children are stil
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Ahead of 2019, PM Modi projects himself as an impatient agent of change

«People make senseless criticism against me. But whatever may be said, I want to publicly acknowledge that I am restless because several countries have marched ahead and I want to take the country ahead of them. I am impatient because children are still suffering from malnutrition. I am eager to provide quality of life and ease of living to countrymen. I am impatient to provide health coverage to each of the poor so that they can fight against diseases. I am eager because we have to lead knowledge-based fourth industrial revolution,» he said.

J&K governor NN Vohra praises security forces, hope for better ties with Pakistan

«I take this opportunity to raise my hand in salute to our fearless officers and men and pay respectful homage to the brave hearts of the state police, Central Armed Police Forces and the Army who made the supreme sacrifice to preserve the territorial i
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J&K governor NN Vohra praises security forces, hope for better ties with Pakistan

«I take this opportunity to raise my hand in salute to our fearless officers and men and pay respectful homage to the brave hearts of the state police, Central Armed Police Forces and the Army who made the supreme sacrifice to preserve the territorial integrity of our country,» Jammu and Kashmir governor NN Vohra said.

Malawi police treating Asian disappearance as kidnapping: Criminal gang took Atul Manek in Lilongwe

Malawi police says it is treating the disappearance of Asian national, Atul Maneck, as kidnapping after criminal gang reportedly took him at the entrance of his house in  Area 9 of the capital city Lilongwe.... The post Malawi police treating Asian disappear
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Malawi police treating Asian disappearance as kidnapping: Criminal gang took Atul Manek in Lilongwe

Malawi police says it is treating the disappearance of Asian national, Atul Maneck, as kidnapping after criminal gang reportedly took him at the entrance of his house in  Area 9 of the capital city Lilongwe.... The post Malawi police treating Asian disappearance as kidnapping: Criminal gang took Atul Manek in Lilongwe appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.

Immigration chief dismiss ‘torture’ on trainees as three deaths recorded

Chief immigration officer Masauko Medi has said the deaths of three trainees at the department were due to physical stress associated with interview and training. Reports indicate that two of the three trainee immigration officers died while running a
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Immigration chief dismiss ‘torture’ on trainees as three deaths recorded

Chief immigration officer Masauko Medi has said the deaths of three trainees at the department were due to physical stress associated with interview and training. Reports indicate that two of the three trainee immigration officers died while running around Mapanga ground in Blantyre... The post Immigration chief dismiss ‘torture’ on trainees as three deaths recorded appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.

Treasury new control measures on financial abuse: Malawi govt urged to ‘walk the talk’

An announcement by Treasury that it has introduced  a new system to control spending of public funds among government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) against a background of widespread cases of fraud, abuse and over... The post Treasury new contr
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Treasury new control measures on financial abuse: Malawi govt urged to ‘walk the talk’

An announcement by Treasury that it has introduced  a new system to control spending of public funds among government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) against a background of widespread cases of fraud, abuse and over... The post Treasury new control measures on financial abuse: Malawi govt urged to ‘walk the talk’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.

Cruise expansion to increase revenue stream – Bartlett

WESTERN BUREAU:Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said craft traders and artisans operating at the four craft markets in Montego Bay, St James will be able to make more money from cruise passengers when the expansion of the Montego Bay Cruise shipping...
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Cruise expansion to increase revenue stream – Bartlett

WESTERN BUREAU:Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said craft traders and artisans operating at the four craft markets in Montego Bay, St James will be able to make more money from cruise passengers when the expansion of the Montego Bay Cruise shipping...

RJRGLEANER Group wins seven CBU awards

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group has copped top honours in seven categories in the 2017 Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) awards. The Awards were presented during a ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Courtleigh Auditorium, in New Kingston...
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RJRGLEANER Group wins seven CBU awards

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group has copped top honours in seven categories in the 2017 Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) awards. The Awards were presented during a ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Courtleigh Auditorium, in New Kingston...

CAN declares three-day prayer over alleged threat to democracy

Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The Christian Association of Nigeria has declared a three-day prayer over what it described as a threat to democracy in the country. It stated that the decision was informed by the “recent political drama unfolding in our nation.”
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CAN declares three-day prayer over alleged threat to democracy

Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The Christian Association of Nigeria has declared a three-day prayer over what it described as a threat to democracy in the country. It stated that the decision was informed by the “recent political drama unfolding in our nation.” READ ALSO: Immigration arrests Libyan salon operator for human trafficking The acting CAN General Secretary, […]

South Sudan remains most dangerous place for aid workers: report

August 14, 2018 (JUBA) - For the third consecutive year, South Sudan has been classified as the most violent context for aid workers, reflecting a chaotic situation and an atmosphere of impunity for armed actors. In its latest report covering the violence ag
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South Sudan remains most dangerous place for aid workers: report

August 14, 2018 (JUBA) - For the third consecutive year, South Sudan has been classified as the most violent context for aid workers, reflecting a chaotic situation and an atmosphere of impunity for armed actors. In its latest report covering the violence against humanitarian actors across the world in 2018, the Britain based Humanitarian Outcomes group said with 24 humanitarians killed in 2017 South Sudan remains the most dangerous country in the world for aid workers. "The violence in (...) - News / South Sudan, Humanitarian

New York Magazine Owner Explores Sale

The publisher of New York magazine, Vulture and The Cut is reviewing strategic options including a possible sale, the latest media outlet to consider consolidation in a tough marketplace.
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New York Magazine Owner Explores Sale

The publisher of New York magazine, Vulture and The Cut is reviewing strategic options including a possible sale, the latest media outlet to consider consolidation in a tough marketplace.

Ford's New CEO Has a Cerebral Style---and to Many, It's Baffling

Jim Hackett was hired to turn around an auto maker struggling with falling profits and industry transformation. First, he has to explain his vision. So far, investors are confused and executives seek out the boss’s 28-year-old chief of staff to explain his
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Ford's New CEO Has a Cerebral Style---and to Many, It's Baffling

Jim Hackett was hired to turn around an auto maker struggling with falling profits and industry transformation. First, he has to explain his vision. So far, investors are confused and executives seek out the boss’s 28-year-old chief of staff to explain his comments.

Insurer Stops Reimbursing for Some MiMedx Products

Health Care Service will stop reimbursing patients for injectable amniotic-tissue products made by MiMedx Group and promoted for ailments such as hair loss, erectile dysfunction and knee pain.
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Insurer Stops Reimbursing for Some MiMedx Products

Health Care Service will stop reimbursing patients for injectable amniotic-tissue products made by MiMedx Group and promoted for ailments such as hair loss, erectile dysfunction and knee pain.

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