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2019-04-15T16:07:38.473Z
Women to join Taliban delegation for first time in Afghan peace talks Move follows calls for female representation in discussions aimed at ending 17-year war However, Taliban spokesmen say the group has changed and encourages girls’ education and other women’s rights within an Islamic sharia system it would be in their interest to recognise the importance of including women and including human rights as part of any settlement that happens
2019-04-15T15:53:25.922Z
Red Cross calls for release of three staff missing in Syria ICRC seeks new information of New Zealand nurse and two Syrian drivers reportedly held by ISIL. Where a New Zealander is held by a terrorist organization, the government takes all appropriate action to recover them The gunmen abducted seven people; four were released the following day, according to ICRC's statement We know she is thinking of us and that she will be worried about us too
2019-04-15T15:48:23.087Z
Netanyahu hails ICC for dropping ‘absurd’ war crimes probe against US troops in Afghanistan Israeli leader says investigating US or Israeli troops is not goal of Hague-based body The exhibition will be open to public until 6 June 2019 EPA 4/50 11 April 2019 Voters line up to cast their votes outside a polling station during the first phase of general election in Alipurduar district in the eastern state of West Bengal, India Reuters 5/50 10 April 2019 The first ever photo a black hole, taken using a global network of telescopes, conducted by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project, to gain insight into celestial objects with gravitational fields so strong no mater or light can escape Event Horizon Telescope/National Science Foundation/Reuters 6/50 9 April 2019 Sudanese protesters chant slogans as they rally in front of the military headquarters in the capital Khartoum
2019-04-15T15:14:26.958Z
The art of revolution: What went right in Sudan and Algeria And what could still go wrong. In both Algeria and Sudan, the protesters know they need to get the military on their side and on their terms, like in Tunisia, in order to avoid an Egypt-like scenario ABOUT THE AUTHOR Marwan Bishara Marwan Bishara is the senior political analyst at Al Jazeera
2019-04-15T15:08:40.672Z
Taliban team at Afghan peace talks in Qatar to include women:... Women will be included for the first time in the Taliban delegation to talks thi... Civil society groups, the Western-backed government and Afghanistan’s international partners have pressed for women to take part in the talks and news of the Taliban delegation was welcomed Fawzia Koofi, a former member of parliament who took part in a previous round of meetings in Moscow, said the presence of women in the Taliban team was a good step Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-15T15:07:17.368Z
Army sergeant, charged with assault after road rage incident, says tape proves she’s the victim War veteran Kai Waters spent three days in jail but claims the other motorist terrorized, insulted and attacked her. By Tom Jackman Tom Jackman Reporter covering criminal justice locally and nationally Email Bio Follow April 15 at 8:21 AM The incident was described by the local police as just another road rage case that ended in violence I’m going to show them everything I’ve got and let them be fully informed and make a decision
2019-04-15T15:06:08.943Z
Analysis | The two freshmen House members at the center of a ferocious political fight Dan Crenshaw helped ignite the ongoing uproar over Ilhan Omar. CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties I stand undeterred to continue fighting for equal opportunity in our pursuit of happiness for all Americans
2019-04-15T15:05:58.102Z
Hope that nurse held captive for years by ISIS could still be alive Red Cross says it has received recent eyewitness reports suggesting New Zealand nurse and midwife Louisa Akavi might still be alive The status of nurse and midwife Louisa Akavi, now 62, is unknown, but her employer, the International Committee of the Red Cross, says it has received recent eyewitness reports suggesting she might be alive Akavi was taken captive in 2013 in the city of Idlib in northwest Syria It is believed she was offered for ransom and may have been used as a human shield This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed
2019-04-15T14:55:07.619Z
Assange's Arrest Was an Act of Revenge by US Government The date – April 11, 2019 – will live in infamy in the annals of Western “values” and “freedom of expression.” The image is stark. A handcuffed journalist and publisher dragged out by force from the inside of an embassy, clutching a Gore Vidal book on the History of the US National Security State. The date – April 11, 2019 – will live in infamy in the annals of Western values and freedom of expression To switch the metaphor, an indictment of Assange is a ‘first use’ of ‘the nuclear option’ against the First Amendment protection of a free press But expect the subsequent political football to be bombastic
2019-04-15T14:55:03.888Z
CDC reports 90 new measles cases as outbreak approaches record The U.S. total is now 555 after the third consecutive week of increases, approaching a record since the disease was "eliminated" in 2000. A vial of the measles, mumps and rubella virus (MMR) vaccine New York City has had 285 cases, virtually all of them in Brooklyn, since the outbreak began in October Of those, 229 were reported this year, accounting for more than one-third of the 555 cases that have been reported nationwide in 2019, as of April 11, according to figures updated Monday by the CDC
2019-04-15T14:53:15.454Z
British father who 'fought against ISIS' faces terror retrial Aidan James, 28, of Formby, Merseyside, had no previous military experience when he allegedly set out in 2017 to fight with the YPG Kurdish militia in Syria. The prosecution alleged that he received training from the banned Marxist group PKK, before joining YPG units - or People's Protection Units - in Syria James was claimed to have set out in 2017 to fight with the YPG Kurdish militia in Syria British Army reject James had been accused of travelling to Syria to fight Islamic State
2019-04-15T14:47:15.979Z
Corbyn says Shamima Begum SHOULD be allowed to apply for legal aid JEREMY Corbyn has sparked fresh fury by saying Isis bride Shamima Begum SHOULD be allowed to get legal aid from Britain. It was revealed today that the jihadi is using taxpayer’s cash to figh… The 19-year-old's citizenship was revoked by the Home Secretary earlier this year after she was found in a refugee camp heavily pregnant The Home Office has said any decisions to deprive individuals of their citizenship are based on all available evidence and not taken lightly
2019-04-15T14:45:22.566Z
An Australian woman went to Syria to find her ISIS-raised grandchildren Karen Nettleton hopes to bring the orphaned children home. Karen Nettleton has repeatedly campaigned to bring her grandchildren home This is her third trip to the Middle East in the hope of reuniting with her family, but it is the first time she has met her relatives since they left Australia He appears less keen on taking back those from the U.S.
2019-04-15T14:42:46.072Z
The Daily 202: How the nature of cyberwar is changing Government systems remain vulnerable as more adversaries play the game. Vladimir Putin visits a rocket engine company in Luhansk, Russia, on Friday (Alexei Nikolsky/Sputnik/Kremlin Pool Photo/AP) With Joanie Greve and Mariana Alfaro THE BIG IDEA:  SAUSALITO, Calif But he's struggling to re-create the former president’s diverse coalition
2019-04-15T14:30:25.990Z
Ukraine sees World Bank-backed loan this year: finance minister Ukraine hopes to raise new sovereign debt backed by a guarantee from the World B... Investors are also watching whether Ukraine will continue to pass reforms while holding a presidential election this April and a parliamentary election in October About the IMF program: everything goes well on the implementation of the program, she told Reuters on the sidelines of a business conference Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-15T14:28:35.775Z
Venezuelan refugees demand U.S. action as Pompeo visits Colombian border Top U.S. diplomat keeps pressure on Nicolas Maduro with regional allies, but focus remains on diplomacy, not military action Venezuelan opposition seizes control of diplomatic offices in U.S. Even after proclaiming that, with dictators, with tyrants, there is no dialogue I haven't heard any pushback from these countries on our efforts to do that First published on April 15, 2019 / 10:13 AM © 2019 CBS Interactive Inc
2019-04-15T14:22:41.731Z
Russia Now Best Stock Market After China, But Investors Still Cold Russia stock market has hit an all-time high. But don't thank Robert Mueller for that. The VanEck Russia fund is now beating everything but China (Getty Images) Getty Russia’s stock market is now the second-best-performing big emerging market after China, even beating the Dow year-to-date, but that hasn’t really turned investors on all that much That has taken some heat off the sanctions threat as the Senate now considers sanctions fatigue on Russia In other sectors, we are concerned about government interference
2019-04-15T14:01:08.576Z
Oil rally pauses with focus on supply direction Oil prices halted their rally on Monday with Brent futures falling below $71 per... The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies meet in June to decide whether to continue withholding supply OPEC, Russia and other producers are reducing output by 1.2 million barrels per day from Jan. 1 for six months Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-15T13:38:20.115Z
Opinion: Netanyahu’s re-election will push Israel towards an even more extreme phase of polarisation Without a noisy left or a strong representation of Arab parties in parliament, the Israeli prime minister is better positioned to pave the way to fulfil his most controversial pre-election promises Although there is nothing in Israeli law that stops a prime minister serving while standing trial, will Bibi’s coalition partners stick with him through that It boosted Bibi’s popularity but sparked fears similar actions could be taken over the West Bank All while a fraught peace process is supposed to be under way
2019-04-15T13:29:00.615Z
Transgender woman 'beaten unconscious' by mob in Texas ‘I am extremely angry about what appears to be mob violence against this woman,’ says mayor of Dallas Some 192 million Indonesians are set to cast a ballot in the world's third-biggest democracy, with a record 245,000 candidates vying for positions from the presidency and parliamentary seats all the way down to local council jobs AFP/Getty 2/50 13 April 2019 Hindu devotees throw holy flammable powder onto a fire as they perform rituals during Gajan Festival celebrations in Kolkata
2019-04-15T13:28:55.492Z
French-made tanks and howitzer canons used in Yemeni war: Disclose French arms including tanks and laser-guided missile systems sold to Saudi Arabi... NOT ON THE FRONT LINE Philippe’s office said in a statement that France adopted rigorous safeguards when issuing export licenses and supported United Nations’ efforts to broker peace in Yemen As far as we know, French arms possessed by coalition forces are placed for the most part in defensive positions, outside of Yemeni territory or under coalition control, but not on the front line, the statement said Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-15T13:26:07.637Z
Jihadi bride 'had a rifle and sewed explosive vests on suicide bombers' JIHADI bride Shamima Begum was yesterday branded an active terrorist who sewed explosive vests on to suicide bombers. But she showed no regrets about joining the murderous Fled terrorist group and dismissed the 2017 suicide bombing in Manchester, which killed 22, as retaliation for air raids on IS Begum's lawyer declined to comment but is understood to have demanded that the Home Office make public any evidence
2019-04-15T13:21:55.523Z
'When the hell are we getting back home': Khaled Sharrouf's children speak The children of the late Australian IS fighter Khaled Sharrouf have been reunited with their Australian grandmother and want to come home. I didn't know what Syria, I didn't know where we were actually in Syria, I just thought we were in Syria, just in Syria, I thought we could get out whenever we wanted to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has called for the children to be allowed to return home and said he would work with the families if elected prime minister
2019-04-15T13:09:35.696Z
IS teen gets legal aid for citizenship case Shamima Begum, who fled to Syria aged 15, wants to overturn a ruling stopping her returning to the UK. He died of pneumonia in March at less than three weeks of age It was thought Ms Begum had Bangladeshi citizenship through her mother - although Bangladesh's ministry of foreign affairs said she had been Corey Stoughton, advocacy director at human rights group Liberty, said granting legal aid in this case was not just appropriate but absolutely necessary to ensure that the government's decisions are properly scrutinised
2019-04-15T13:06:21.509Z
Shamima Begum sparks fury for bid to use taxpayer cash to fight return to UK ‘disgusting’ SHAMIMA Begum will have the bill for her legal fight to return to the UK footed by the taxpayer after being stripped of her British citizenship. Jeremy Hunt said he felt 'uncomfortable' about the ISIS bride being given legal aid (Image: GETTY/BBC) Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said he felt very uncomfortable at the thought the jihadi bride would be given cash from the UK taxpayer after fleeing the country to join terrorists who wanted to wage war on westerners Normally, when a young person dies as a result of failures in safeguarding, there is a serious case review
2019-04-15T12:37:36.802Z
Why Donald Trump is great news for Xi Jinping Donald Trump has been in office long enough for certain patterns to emerge in his behaviour He will frighten friend and foe alike with dire threats, before striking an agreement that he self-certifies as tremendous The Tiananmen uprising was bloodily repressed and the Goddess was torn down
2019-04-15T12:28:51.950Z
Rising star Buttigieg sets out 2020 bid The 37-year-old officially launches a campaign that could make him the first openly gay US president. I recognise the audacity of doing this as a Midwestern millennial mayor, he said Despite an unsuccessful run for chairman of the Democratic National Committee in 2017, former President Barack Obama name-checked him as a rising star He came out as gay in 2015 and married Chasten Glezman, a middle school teacher, last year But who else has a shot at becoming the next president
2019-04-15T12:24:11.983Z
Hunt: Handing legal aid to Shamima Begum would be 'very uncomfortable' Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the Jihadi bride 'knew the choices she was making' when she flew from London to Syria aged 15. They are a horrendous organisation and I don't think anyone in their right mind would be joining that organisation 'This case could have widespread repercussions for thousands of people, and more broadly for how the Government uses dramatic powers to take away fundamental rights.'
2019-04-15T12:20:12.515Z
The Pulitzers will honor journalists working in one of the most dangerous countries for them: the United States At least 63 professional journalists were killed around the world last year. Afghanistan, Syria and Mexico were cited as especially dangerous for reporters The number surged to 80 once Reporters Without Borders included nonprofessional journalists and media workers in its statistics How a video of a Sudanese soldier playing saxophone showed ‘change was in the air’
2019-04-15T12:19:13.332Z
Gov. Gavin Newsom pledges to help build up El Salvador to reduce migration As President Trump seeks to cancel U.S. aid to El Salvador and wall off the southern border with Mexico, Newsom is promoting a counter approach in response to requests for business investment to stimulate jobs and the economy in conversations with officials and business leaders. The U.S. State Department advises Americans to reconsider traveling to El Salvador, citing high homicide rates and the prevalence of crimes such as extortion, assault and robbery If we want to succeed we have to continue to play in that frame or we can change the rules of the game, and I think this is part and parcel of that, Newsom said
2019-04-15T12:18:56.449Z
Indiana active shooter training would again allow teachers to be shot with pellets This decision follows a January incident where elementary school teachers were purposely injured with airsoft guns during an active shooter drill. This practice was barred by the same committee previously He said the training done with the Meadowlawn teachers sounds like what ALICE trainers receive, but wasn't intended to be passed on to teachers JACQUELYN MARTIN, AP Fullscreen Last SlideNext Slide
2019-04-15T12:14:24.781Z
64 cats found dead in woman's house Investigators find dead animals kept in freezers and refrigerators on property Maths, physics and photonics melt in this exhibition presented by Cosmocaixa in which visitors can enter a big kaleidoscope to walk through and experience with the effects and particularities of mirrors I don’t know necessarily what went wrong in this particular case but you have to remember that she started out trying to help animals, got in over her head and this developed
2019-04-15T12:04:22.667Z