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Extremist groups come out of shadows in Quebec

Extremist groups come out of shadows in Quebec

QUEBEC CITY: Tattooed and wearing a black t-shirt emblazoned with a wolf paw, Patrick Beaudry admits being in the second year of a political movement…
London towers evacuated over fire fears

London towers evacuated over fire fears

LONDON:  Residents of 650 London flats were evacuated Saturday due to fire safety fears in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, but 83 people…
South Africa confronts apartheid-era custody deaths

South Africa confronts apartheid-era custody deaths

JOHANNESBURG: The brutal death of anti-apartheid campaigner Ahmed Timol was allowed to go quietly unsolved in the interests of South Africa’s democratic…

Colombia’s ELN rebels free two kidnapped Dutch reporters

BOGOTA: Rebels with Colombia’s National Liberation Army (ELN) group have freed two Dutch journalists snatched days ago in the country’s northeast, officials said yesterday, reports AFP. Colombia’s ombudsman office, which handles human rights issues, wrote on Twitter that the rebel…

Journalist with French TV dies of wounds from Mosul blast

PARIS: Journalist Veronique Robert, wounded in the same landmine blast that killed two colleagues in the Iraqi city of Mosul earlier this week, has died, employers France Televisions announced Saturday, reports AFP. Robert had been operated on in Baghdad and then flown back for treatment in France overnight…

Second N Korean soldier defects to S Korea in a month

SEOUL: A North Korean soldier defected to the South after crossing the heavily fortified border, a defence ministry spokesman said Saturday, the second soldier to defect this month, reports AFP. “A North Korean soldier defected to one of our Guard Posts at around 9:30 p.m. on Friday at the middle…

UAE warns Qatar to accept demands or face ‘divorce’

ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates warned Qatar Friday that it faces “divorce” from its Gulf neighbours unless it takes their demands seriously, as the United Nations offered to help resolve the regional diplomatic crisis, reports AFP.The list of demands includes the closure of Al-Jazeera…
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