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2019-02-12T08:08:22.953Z
Venezuela's Guaido says he is working to restore ties with Israel Venezuela's self-declared leader Juan Guaido he was working to restore ties... Maduro’s predecessor, Hugo Chavez, shunned Israel over its 2008-2009 war in Gaza, and fostered ties with the Palestinians as well as with Israel’s arch-foe Iran Maduro, who retains the backing of Russia and China as well as control of state institutions including the military, casts Guaido’s rise as a U.S.-orchestrated plot Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-12T07:48:02.895Z
Ebola vaccine offered in exchange for sex, say women in Congo As experts urge global warning over outbreak, women and girls in Beni report alleged exploitation The ministry said it was aware of separate rumours, spread on social media, that women working on the Ebola response had been given jobs in exchange for sexual favours We will continue to check and improve measures we have in place to prevent, monitor and report on any such incidents
2019-02-12T07:32:55.433Z
Merkel Salvages Nord Stream, But Is Putin Losing Russia's Gas Monopoly? The European Union is moving to turn Gazprom, Russia’s gas monopoly, into a regulated utility. Oddly, Germany found itself pitted against the rest of Europe on the deal. The application of EU guidelines to NS2 would also subject Russian gas sold in Europe to regulation by Brussels His archival work is summarized in Allocation under Dictatorship: Research in Stalin's Archive (Journal of Economic Literature.) Gregory is the producer working with director Marianna Yarovskaya of the documentary film Women of the Gulag, short listed in the 2019 Oscar competition
2019-02-12T07:26:14.563Z
Iranians vow to destroy Israel and chant ‘death to May' during massive parades to celebrate 40th anniversary of Islamic Revolution HUNDREDS of Iranians vowed to destroy Israel and chanted “death to Theresa May” during huge parades to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Angry crowds also burned US flags in… HUNDREDS of Iranians vowed to destroy Israel and chanted death to Theresa May during huge parades to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution But it does not mean we support corruption of some officials and their betrayal of the oppressed people
2019-02-12T07:23:40.366Z
Mass Ideological Confusion: European Rightists Compare Globalist Establishment to Nazi Regime An establishment pillar of the European ‘order’ – the Frankfurter Allgemeiner newspaper – explicitly touches the ‘live rail’, which is to say, it ran an op-ed last month titled ‘A Nazi EU?’, speculating on whether or not the present EU, dominated by Germany, should be understood as a lineal extension of German National Socialism. One authority, one law, one ‘gun’ was the organisational principal of the nation-state (rather than the overlaid call of an ‘empire’ of confused sovereignties and spiritual allegiances that had preceded it) But, while this is a truism, its incessant repetition by Brussels functionaries and political powerbrokers, such as Angela Merkel and Schäuble himself, is intended to convert it surreptitiously into a very different notion: no voters in any country can empower their government to oppose Brussels
2019-02-12T07:21:24.456Z
Does Your Organization Need A Chief Purpose Officer? I am quite passionate about organizational purpose. While I stay on top of the latest news on the topic, I never heard of someone who actually had the title Chief Purpose Officer. That is until I met Lara Yumi Tsuji Bezerra, who was named Chief Purpose Officer of Roche Pharma India in October 2017. We have to be constantly adapting and testing new approaches or else the strategy becomes too rigid Maybe your organization needs a Chief Purpose Officer The lesson from Roche India is to do so only if you’re willing to embrace a holistic and transformational approach to purpose
2019-02-12T07:13:46.211Z
Sudan Lost Boy reveals horror of seeing heads blown off as zombie child soldier EXCLUSIVE: Emmanuel Jal is lucky to have escaped, but figures released on Red Hand Day - International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers - reveal around 300,000 children are still fighting wars Young people can be programmed to do these things, war is all they know Read More Top news stories from Mirror Online Kate stuns in BAFTAs gown Two die in police chase crash Libby Squire suspect faces other charges Pictured: Boy beheaded in front of mum
2019-02-12T06:48:35.039Z
Study: N. Korea may have more nukes, but threat reduced WASHINGTON--North Korea has continued to produce bomb fuel while in denuclearization talks with the When they ended missile testing, those things rolled backwards There has been little concrete progress since, but in September, Kim expressed willingness to take steps, including the permanent dismantlement of nuclear facilities at Yongbyon, in return for corresponding measures by the United States Trump described those talks as very productive but the State Department has offered no sign of progress and Biegun and his counterpart have agreed to meet again before the summit
2019-02-12T06:25:14.352Z
'Clock ticking', EU tells Cambodia as trade scheme under threat Bloc launches process that could lead to end of favourable deal over Phnom Penh's record on human rights and democracy. (4:13) Effect of sanctions Ear Sophal, a Cambodian-US associate professor of diplomacy and world affairs at Occidental College, said losing EBA would be utterly catastrophic, but maybe that's exactly what Phnom Penh needs: a wake-up call What Phnom Penh owes the Cambodian people is some modicum of respect for human rights and democracy
2019-02-12T06:15:09.990Z
Jeju Island refugees cook up taste of Yemen at 'Wardah' This is a taste of home, said Mohammed Ali, 37, a Yemeni asylum seeker and Wardah regular By the end of that year, the island's immigration authority had granted two of them refugee status, gave temporary humanitarian status to 412 and rejected 56 Some 70,000 nationals have fled abroad in search of safety He hoped Koreans see Yemenis as human beings beneath the different race, culture and religion
2019-02-12T06:02:48.230Z
Aid agencies pull out of Idlib in face of new terror threat Fear of aid money being diverted by Tahrir al-Sham has led donors to cut funding Last year, aid agencies warned that a large-scale assault on Idlib could cause one of the worst humanitarian crises in Syria’s now eight-year-old war The area’s population has grown from 1 million people in 2011 to approximately 3 million people, swollen by waves of Syrians from areas newly retaken by Assad including Aleppo, Ghouta and Darayya, bussed there by the regime This is a slow-motion crisis and it doesn’t need to happen
2019-02-12T05:35:41.557Z
'This is our answer to the White House': California is bucking Trump's controversial policies in an unprecedented way "As long as you fight, we don't care what gender you identify as," Maj. Gen. Matthew Beevers said about Trump's ban on transgender service members. Military leaders, decorated veterans, and members of Congress from both parties have rightly come together to condemn what is - by the administration's own admission - a cheap, cynical ploy to rally the darkest corners of Trump's base against yet another invented domestic enemy, Newsom said in a statement after Trump's announcement
2019-02-12T05:35:37.149Z
ISIS families are a thorny question for Europe Hundreds of foreign ISIS members, including German national Lenora Lemke, are being held by US allies in Syria. When the US pulls out, it's unclear what will happen to them -- and most of Europe doesn't want their citizens back. MUST WATCH What becomes of ISIS wives and escapees They don't think about what will we do when we lose the cities Cornelia Liebau, the mayor of Lemke's central German hometown of Sangerhausen-Breitenbach, says the family is relieved to hear their daughter is alive
2019-02-12T05:28:37.534Z
Trudeau in ethics probe over handling of Libyan contract fraud Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is being investigated for illegally attempting to shield engineering firm SNC-Lavalin from criminal fraud and corruption charges involving millions of dollars in bribes to the Libyan government. Trudeau denies the allegations, claiming Neither the current nor the previous attorney general was ever directed by me or anyone in my office to take a decision in this matter Obviously Justin Trudeau’s trying to hide something , Scheer said SNC-Lavalin was charged with paying out $48 million in bribes to Libyan officials in the decade leading up to the NATO-led overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi's government in 2011, payments intended to influence government decision-making, though the company was also charged with defrauding Libyan companies of about $130 million
2019-02-12T05:16:46.569Z
Ukrainian police launch 'I am Bandera' flash mob after Nazi collaborator's name is 'mis-used' Top police officials in Ukraine have been pledging allegiance to Ukraine's nationalist hero and Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, after an officer used his name as a slur when rounding up radical right-wing protesters. Police repelled the assault, detaining 24 people and seizing knives and a gun The UPA’s military wing has been accused of perpetrating mass killings of Poles and Jews during the war Bandera’s birthday on January 1 is marked with festive torch-lit processions across Ukraine every year
2019-02-12T05:16:45.520Z
Venezuela opposition rallies to tell Maduro: Let aid in Venezuela's opposition supporters will take to the streets nationwide on Tu... Maduro’s critics had staged two previous major rounds of protests against what they call his dictatorship, the last in 2017, which subsided in the wake of a government crackdown The current wave kicked off on Jan. 23, with a massive protest in Caracas during which Guaido was sworn in as president in front of thousands of supporters Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-12T05:15:46.434Z
Anti-communist guerrilla who became Afghan president dies KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Sibghatullah Mujadidi, who was Afghanistan's first president following the withdrawal of invading Soviet troops from Afghanistan and the collapse in 1992 of Kabul's pro-communist government, has died. He was 93. His former spokesman Sharif Yusufi says Mujadidi died overnight Tuesday in the Afghan capital. During the 10-year invasion by the former Soviet Union that ended in 1989, Mujadedi led perhaps the smallest and most moderate of the guerrilla groups, backed by the United States. Its members included former President Hamid Karzai. During the 10-year invasion by the former Soviet Union that ended in 1989, Mujadedi led perhaps the smallest and most moderate of the guerrilla groups, backed by the United States His successor Burhanuddin Rabbani was to serve for four months, but stayed for four years overseeing a brutal war between rival mujahedeen groups that ended with the Taliban taking power in 1996
2019-02-12T05:00:01.885Z
World security tensions take centre stage in Munich The Munich security conference used to be a transatlantic love-in, where declarations of devotion were made and military vows renewed But there are fears that this week’s get together will be a prelude to divorce or even worse Many Europeans are sceptical of US officials’ insistence that Washington remained committed to Nato
2019-02-12T04:58:16.810Z
Indonesian executioner in IS video killed in Syria battle JAKARTA--An Indonesian militant shown killing a foreigner in a 2016 Islamic State group video was ki One of Saifuddin's Indonesian friends, convicted militant Sofyan Tsauri, said that in radical circles Saifuddin was perceived as trusted by IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as a leader of Southeast Asian Islamic militants He had obtained a passport using a fake national identity card
2019-02-12T04:55:11.730Z
US, North Korea yet to narrow differences on denuclearization: envoy With only two weeks until the summit, it will be difficult to resolve all the tricky issues, but there's a chance if we can agree on a timeline (for denuclearization), a South Korean delegation member quoted Biegun as saying The meeting also involved U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan, and the delegation was led by South Korea's National Assembly Speaker Moon Hee-sang
2019-02-12T04:40:28.255Z
Iran warns US targets are 'WITHIN RANGE' of attack if it does not remove troops from Syria IRAN has warned the United States its military bases are “within range” of an attack if it refuses to remove troops from Syria. And 24 hours later, Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov told reporters Trump must deliver on his promise Our boys, they’re all coming back and they’re coming back now Not 90 percent of Syrian soil is under the control of the government and the rest will soon be freed by the Syrian army British and French special forces are also active in the country
2019-02-12T04:07:19.898Z