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2019-04-16T08:02:05.532Z
Jailed Reuters journalists honoured with Pulitzer Prize Myanmar reporters win journalism award for revealing massacre of Rohingya men by country's security forces. Local Reporting Staff, The Advocate of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for an examination of the state's jury system and a law that allowed convictions without a unanimous verdict The Listening Post Myanmar: Journalists Paying the Price for Reporting Genocide
2019-04-16T07:48:36.369Z
Oil rally gives Saudi Arabia a chance to be steward of stability Geopolitically infused rallies could shoot prices toward or even past the $80-a-barrel mark for intermittent periods this summer, RBC Capital Markets oil strategist, Michael Tran, said this week Traders betting on the rally continuing need to take note
2019-04-16T07:41:33.961Z
Nicaragua: one year after protests erupt, Ortega clings to power Opposition calls for a return to the streets as talks between government and civil society leaders stall As punishment, they tied our hands and feet behind our backs and cut our circulation until our arms and legs were inflamed, says Levis Artola, a student activist who was released in March By building up people’s confidence, we can take the streets again – just like we did last April, said Teffel
2019-04-16T07:22:06.283Z
Assange Arrested, Brexit Squashed — Just Another Day in the Empire And down goes Julian Assange, right beside Brexit. If there was ever any doubt that The Powers That Be are unrelenting in their cruelty just look at the 24 hours starting on Wednesday. First Theresa “The Snake Oil Lady” May kicks 17.4 million voters into the weeds. It’ll be a moment of healing between the MAGApedes and the Maddow Brigade It’s a last-ditch effort to stitch together a narrative to keep RussiaGate alive and protect everyone in both U.S. and U.K Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and join my livestreams of news and events every Monday at 8 pm and Friday at 8:30pm
2019-04-16T07:21:41.520Z
Isis bride Shamima Begum using legal aid on lawyer of hate preacher Abu Qatada ISIS bride Shamima Begum has hired a human rights lawyer whose former clients include hate preacher Abu Qatada. Gareth Peirce, who was once described as the lawyer of choice ‘for every accuse… ISIS bride Shamima Begum has hired a human rights lawyer whose former clients include hate preacher Abu Qatada It means attempts by Begum, 19, to claim legal aid with Farooq Bajwa & Co would go through extra checks as the SRA slapped extra regulations on its practice
2019-04-16T07:16:10.789Z
Poroshenko 2.0: Ukraine leader reboots campaign ahead of... Flanked by rock musicians wearing yellow overalls and black t-shirts with skulls... At the same time, I highly appreciate and respect the president for admitting his mistakes That’s because the protest vote will continue to dominate It culminated with the appearance at the Olimpiyskiy soccer stadium Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-16T07:13:30.525Z
Vapes, vintage hot rods and a Japanese love hotel: the best of the AOP awards – in pictures Here’s are a selection of images – from a mass vape in London to a squalid camp of migrants in Belgrade – of the 250 photographs on show at the Association of Photographers’ AOP awards My portrait is of the security guard who observed our work with great interest and was a calming presence’ Lifestyle: Penzance Water Polo by Alexander Rhind ‘These images are taken from a wider series focusing on the Penzance water polo team as they play at the beautiful Jubilee lido in Penzance
2019-04-16T06:59:58.396Z
Assange and Manning 'KNEW leaks would hurt and injure Americans' WikiLeaks founder Assange and former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Manning 'had reason to believe that leaking U.S. military reports Assange (pictured) and Manning had reason to believe that leaks 'would cause injury' to the country, prosecutors alleged in a newly unsealed court filing on Monday Just hours after Assange’s arrest, U.S. prosecutors announced charges against him for conspiring with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning, pictured, to gain access to a government computer  According to prosecutors, leaked reports on the Afghan war included information on militants' improvised explosive device designs and attacks, including details of U.S. and coalition countermeasures against such home-made explosive devices and their limitations She told police that when she realized Assange was trying to have unprotected sex with her, she demanded he use a condom April 11: Assange has his diplomatic asylum revoked by Ecuador
2019-04-16T06:56:51.712Z
'Dirt and filth': Russia attacks film about Red Army in Afghanistan Portrayal of Soviet withdrawal from country distorts historical facts, claims politician The Soviet Union’s nine-year military campaign in Afghanistan, which resulted in the deaths of about 15,000 Red Army soldiers, ended in 1988 when Mikhail Gorbachev ordered a withdrawal In 2017, Matilda, a film about a love affair between Russia’s last tsar and a ballerina, prompted attacks by radical Orthodox Christian activists who described it as blasphemous
2019-04-16T06:37:47.952Z
Algerian Spring? Yet as Daoud says, The use of the portrait, triumphs humiliation and insults surrealism and has become the subject of national mockery in Algeria Yet the crisis of rising expectations, combined with a staggering youth unemployment rate of 29 percent, underscores the challenge for any new government be it from the military ranks, le pouvoir's hidden hand, or the free choice of the ballot box He is the author of Divided Dynamism: The Diplomacy of Separated Nations: Germany, Korea, China
2019-04-16T06:33:46.202Z
Asia stocks cling to nine-month high on China hopes, Wall Street... Asian stocks ticked up on Tuesday, staying near a nine-month as hopes of stabili... The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was at 2.548 percent, edging back from a four-week high of 2.574 percent reached on Monday The outlook for Asia critically hinges on the outlook of China’s growth and the ongoing U.S.-China trade talks Graphic: Asian stock markets, click tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-16T06:23:14.973Z
Pulitzer Prizes Honor Coverage Of Trump, Mass Shootings And War The Capital Gazette was given a special citation for its coverage and courage in the face of a massacre in its own newsroom. As a result of the work by reporter Maggie Michael, photographer Nariman El-Mofty and video journalist Maad al-Zikry, at least 80 prisoners were released from secret detention sites, and the United Nations rushed food and medicine to areas where the AP revealed that people were starving while corrupt officials diverted international food aid
2019-04-16T06:12:22.382Z
Runs the key to Finch captaincy: Langer While there are several facets to good captaincy, for Aaron Finch it needs to feature runs through the World Cup. Waugh had 398 runs at 79.6 in eight innings in 1999, while Ponting had 415 at 51.87 in 10 innings in 2003 in South Africa and 539 at 67.37 in nine innings through the Caribbean four years later and the game plan that we were going with was going to stand up in big games and in big tournaments
2019-04-16T05:22:15.747Z
Oil prices extend losses as oversupply worries drag Oil prices edged down on Tuesday after a Russian minister said the nation and OP... The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies including Russia, known as OPEC+, will meet in June to decide whether to continue withholding supply Graphic: U.S. oil production png, click tmsnrt.rs/2Ino7XU Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-04-16T04:53:37.202Z
Germany warns Britain cannot have further Brexit extension Germany’s foreign minister has warned London that there will be no Brexit extension beyond October, sending out the strongest signal yet that Berlin’s patience with the UK’s deadlocked political system is starting to wear out That means an increase in defence spending of 40 per cent
2019-04-16T04:44:35.593Z
‘We used to talk during the Cold War’: Top US general urges communication with Moscow As US-Russia relations continue to wither, one top US general is pushing for greater cooperation between the nuclear adversaries, urging US officials to seek “more communication” with their Russian counterparts. It doesn’t have to be a lot, Scaparrotti told the Associated Press on Sunday, adding that communication is a very important part of deterrence It doesn’t exist, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told Russian media on Monday Trends: NATO news Russia-NATO relations news
2019-04-16T04:34:41.808Z
Sudan’s new regime has still to prove its sincerity The experience of countries that went through the Arab spring, from Egypt to Syria and from Libya to Yemen, however, suggests that severe dangers lie ahead Perhaps more significant, Salah Abdallah Gosh, the feared head of the intelligence services, was replaced Protests that began four months ago were triggered by a sharp rise in the price of bread
2019-04-16T04:25:20.892Z
AU warns Sudan military, protesters make demands The minister of production and economic resources in North Darfur, Adel Mahjoub Hussein, told the Dubai-based al-Hadath TV that “there are consultations to form a military council to take over power 16 killed during protests against military council At least 16 people were killed and 20 injured by stray bullets at protests and sit-ins on Thursday and Friday, a police spokesman said State television and radio played patriotic music, reminding older Sudanese of how military takeovers unfolded during previous episodes of civil unrest
2019-04-16T04:07:41.459Z