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  • Russia, NATO far from joint missile shield

    2011-05-30 09:26

    There is little hope that Russia and NATO will agree on building a joint missile shield, a report released here on Sunday at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly spring session said.

  • Bomb blasts Nigerian after Jonathan inauguration

    2011-05-30 09:16

    Bombing blasts shook the northern Nigerian town of Bauchi on Sunday, hours after President Goodluck Jonathan was sworn in, leaving a specific number of casualties, authorities said.

  • Climate change to affect fruits, nuts

    2011-05-30 07:54

    Climate change is expected to alter the global fruits and nuts industry dramatically as crops such as pistachios and cherries struggle amid rising temperatures, researchers said.

  • 'Al-Qaida' takes south Yemeni city

    2011-05-30 07:48

    More than 200 suspected al-Qaida gunmen have wrested control of the south Yemeni city of Zinjibar after heavy fighting with security forces that left 16 dead, an official said on Sunday.

  • French minister quits over sex harassment case

    2011-05-30 06:22

    A junior minister in French President Nicolas Sarkozy's center-right government resigned on Sunday after he was accused of sexual harassment by two women, the government said.

  • Govt forces shell al-Qaida hideouts in Yemen

    2011-05-29 21:59

    At least six civilians were killed and nine others were wounded on Sunday when Yemeni military forces shelled al-Qaida hideouts in the provincial capital city of southern troubled Abyan province, medics said.

  • French state secretary resigns on sex charges

    2011-05-29 21:50

    A French junior minister accused of having sexually harassed two women of a town hall where he is mayor has resigned from the government.

  • Jonathan sworn in as Nigeria's new president

    2011-05-29 19:58

    A ceremony to swear in Goodluck Jonathan of the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) as the president of Nigeria commenced in the Eagle's Square of the capital city Abuja on Sunday morning.

  • Europe battles drought

    2011-05-29 17:38

    A drought throughout much of northern Europe this spring is starting to hurt upcoming harvests and efforts to bring food prices down.

  • Afghan official: NATO airstrike kills 14

    2011-05-29 17:09

    A NATO airstrike targeting insurgents inadvertently hit two civilian homes in the volatile southwestern Helmand province, killing 14 women and children, an Afghan government official said Sunday.

  • Deadly cucumbers claim more lives in Europe

    2011-05-29 16:38

    An E. coli outbreak in Germany which has infected more than 270 people and killed at least five is one of the biggest of its kind worldwide and the largest ever in Germany, European health experts said on Saturday.

  • Suicide bomber targets top NATO, Afghan leaders

    2011-05-29 15:01

    A suicide bomber targeted a meeting of high ranking Afghan and NATO-led forces officials in Afghanistan's northern Takhar province Saturday, leaving seven people dead and 10 others injured, including provincial governor Abdul Jabbar Taqwa who miraculously survived, the governor said Sunday.

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