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  • World denounces deadly bombings in Sri Lanka

    World leaders condemn bombings that hit churches and hotels, killing scores of civilians The international community has reacted to Sunday’s bombings in Sri Lanka, which left at least 185 people

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  • Attacks on Sri Lanka hotels, churches kill 138 on Easter Sunday

    Photo Bloomberg Multiple explosions rocked three churches and three luxury hotels in Sri Lanka during Easter Sunday mass, leaving at least 138 dead in the worst violence since the civil war ended

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  • Pakistan calls on Iran to take action against militants

    Gunmen that killed 14 personnel of Pakistan’s security forces came from Iran, says Foreign Minister Qureshi The gunmen, who killed 14 personnel of Pakistan’s security forces in the southwestern

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  • Sudan investigating Bashir after large sums of cash found at home: source

    Photo Reuters Sudan’s public prosecutor has begun investigating ousted President Omar al-Bashir on charges of money laundering and possession of large sums of foreign currency without legal

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  • Bradley Welsh murder: Somali cocaine gang ‘linked’ to shooting in Edinburgh’s West End

    Photo The Scotsman. A CRACK cocaine gang battling for control of Edinburgh’s drug market may have been involved in the shooting of Bradley Welsh, it is feared. As detectives issued a description

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World denounces deadly bombings in Sri Lanka

World leaders condemn bombings that hit churches and hotels, killing scores of civilians The international community has reacted to Sunday’s bombings in Sri Lanka, which left at least 185 people

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poll open in somaliland presidential election

The self-proclaimed state of Somaliland will vote for a new president on Monday, hoping to continue a series of democratic transitions of power that sets it apart from its troubled neighbour

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Official: US ‘Gravely Concerned’ by Reports of Abuse by Ugandan Security Forces

The United States is “gravely concerned” by reports of excessive force used by Uganda’s security forces against lawmakers and journalists in the northwestern town of Arua, a

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Somali spy chief meets Ex terrorist Al-Shabaab deputy in Baidoa

A trip was not planned by the Somalia federal government Somali spy chief Hussein Osman Hussein today in Baidoa region.After reaching Baidoa, they were welcomed by the officials of the Baidoa

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