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Iraq unrest: US condemns Eid attacks

The US has condemned Saturday’s bombings and shootings in Iraq in which more than 60 people were killed. It said those carrying out the attacks during celebrations marking the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan were enemies of Iraq and the international community. The state department said the attacks bore the hallmarks of al-Qaeda in Iraq. This Ramadan ...

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Police chief condemns Belfast riots as ‘mindless anarchy’

Northern Ireland’s chief constable has called violent street protests against a republican parade in Belfast “mindless anarchy and sheer thuggery”. Matt Baggott was speaking after 26 police officers were injured during loyalist protests on Friday evening. The PSNI chief praised his officers, saying they had put their lives on the line to protect the rule of law. Northern Ireland Secretary ...

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U.S. drone kills 5 Qaeda suspects in Yemen, strikes intensify

Reuters August 9, 2013 – 20:47 ADEN (Reuters) – Five suspected al Qaeda militants were killed in an air strike in eastern Yemen, the Interior Ministry said on Friday, in an escalating campaign against the militant group’s Yemeni branch after recent warnings of possible attacks. The ministry said the men were attacked while they were travelling in a vehicle in ...

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U.S. drone kills 5 Qaeda suspects in Yemen, strikes intensify

Reuters August 9, 2013 – 20:47 ADEN (Reuters) – Five suspected al Qaeda militants were killed in an air strike in eastern Yemen, the Interior Ministry said on Friday, in an escalating campaign against the militant group’s Yemeni branch after recent warnings of possible attacks. The ministry said the men were attacked while they were travelling in a vehicle in ...

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Father And Son Who Fled US Bombing In Vietnam Emerge From Jungle After 40 Years

Ho Van Lang Two men have been have been found and brought back to society after living deep in the jungle for 40 years, Vietnamese state media reports. In 1971 Ho Van Thanh, now 82, fled into the jungle with his 2-year-old son after his wife and two other children were killed by a bomb near their home during the ...

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Father And Son Who Fled US Bombing In Vietnam Emerge From Jungle After 40 Years

Ho Van Lang Two men have been have been found and brought back to society after living deep in the jungle for 40 years, Vietnamese state media reports. In 1971 Ho Van Thanh, now 82, fled into the jungle with his 2-year-old son after his wife and two other children were killed by a bomb near their home during the ...

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Bangladeshi man sentenced to 30 years for New York Fed bomb plot

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A judge sentenced a Bangladeshi man to 30 years in prison on Friday after he admitted that he intended to use a bomb in what U.S. authorities called a plot to blow up the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, 22, who had pleaded guilty to the government’s charge of “attempting to ...

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Bangladeshi man sentenced to 30 years for New York Fed bomb plot

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A judge sentenced a Bangladeshi man to 30 years in prison on Friday after he admitted that he intended to use a bomb in what U.S. authorities called a plot to blow up the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, 22, who had pleaded guilty to the government’s charge of “attempting to ...

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New Malaria Vaccine Offers Full Protection

A new Malaria vaccine has proven successful in protecting 100 percent of people who were given five doses of the vaccination. The study only involved a very small trial of people but is already being deemed as a breakthrough. Malaria, a product of Plasmodium parasites, affects more than 200 million people each year and killed 660,000 people in 2010 according ...

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New Malaria Vaccine Offers Full Protection

A new Malaria vaccine has proven successful in protecting 100 percent of people who were given five doses of the vaccination. The study only involved a very small trial of people but is already being deemed as a breakthrough. Malaria, a product of Plasmodium parasites, affects more than 200 million people each year and killed 660,000 people in 2010 according ...

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