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  • Japan to supply ammunition to South Korea troops in S Sudan

    December 23, 2013 1:58 PM 11

    Officially pacifist Japan will waive its customary restrictions on arms exports to supply ammunition to South Korean peacekeepers in South Sudan, where fierce fighting has broken out, reports said on Monday. TOKYO: Officially pacifist Japan will waive its customary restrictions on arms exports to supply ammunition to South Korean peacekeepers in South

  • Turkey sacks 25 more police chiefs

    December 23, 2013 1:43 AM 24

    ANKARA : Turkey has sacked another 25 police chiefs as part of a fast-moving inquiry into an alleged bribery scandal that has ensnared cabinet ministers and businessmen, local media reported on Sunday. Scores of people have been detained in connection with the probe, prompting Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to respond with a deep purge of the police

  • Three core, secular members of 2011 Arab Spring movement jailed in Egypt

    December 23, 2013 12:39 AM 8

    CAIRO - Three of the most prominent secular activists involved in Egypt's 2011 revolution were convicted Sunday of holding a rally without authorization and attacking police officers, receiving three-year prison terms and hefty fines in the first use of a controversial new law. Judge Amir Assem found Ahmed Maher, Ahmed Douma and Mohammed Adel, founders

  • Sudan Vision Daily

    December 22, 2013 2:09 PM 10

    The crisis in South Sudan will not turn to an ethnic war, I can say that with no hesitation and I have four reasons to be sure about that: Firstly, the public will is against the war, people of South Sudan suffered for more than 25 years, from 1983 - 2005 in non-stop war, and they suffered before that from 1955-1973 during the first war ended by Addis

  • Libya's first suicide attack kills seven near Benghazi

    December 22, 2013 1:21 PM 9

    Seven people have been killed at a security checkpoint near Benghazi in the first known suicide bomb attack in Libya since the fall of Col Gaddafi. The attacker targeted the checkpoint in the village of Aguiria, some 50km (30 miles) east of Libya's second city. The security situation in and around Benghazi has been worsening in recent months, with extremist

  • Pilot 'deliberately crashed' Mozambique plane

    December 22, 2013 8:53 AM 14

    The pilot of a Mozambican airliner that crashed in Namibia last month deliberately brought the plane down, aviation experts in Mozambique believe. Mozambican Airlines flight TM470 left the capital Maputo bound for Angola on 29 November, but crashed, killing all 33 people all board. The Civil Aviation Institute said the pilot made a "deliberate series

  • Christmas Versus Toxic Tolerance: Even Charlie Brown Had the Guts to Make a Christmas Play

    December 22, 2013 5:10 AM 5

    Charlie Brown [yelling]: Isn’t there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about!? From the mouths of babes- indeed from the mouth of a cartoon child, the meaning of Christmas was explained. Yet, as it seems to happen every year, a form of toxic tolerance possesses some people, who try to rip Christ out of Christmas. Officials at Kings Park school in Long Island

  • One true almighty

    December 22, 2013 2:05 AM 9

    Jesus Christ's birthday is the most important event in human history. He has fulfilled approximately 300 prophecies, proving he is the savior. In Scripture it says our savior came to release us from the bondage of Satan. God's plan and purpose for Adam's rejection of God in the Garden of Eden was so God could reveal his power and glory. He alone is without

  • Obama warns of possible military action in South Sudan

    December 21, 2013 11:48 PM 8

    HONOLULU - President Barack Obama told Congress Sunday that he may take further military action to protect Americans in violence-plagued South Sudan. In a letter to Congress, Obama said that about 46 U.S. troops were deployed Saturday to help evacuate Americans. That's in addition to another 45 troops deployed to reinforce the U.S. Embassy in Juba. Obama

  • Austin, TX News, Weather and Local information |

    December 21, 2013 5:40 PM 9

    In fact, just over half say they view Christmas as a religious holiday, while nearly a third believe it is now more of a cultural holiday. And the activities all of us engage in appear to show the change. Nearly as many people plan to be with family or friends on Christmas as they did when they were children. The same goes for exchanging gifts. More than 85 percent