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us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
1. Al Nusra Front claims killing 12 Hezbollah members
Beirut, Lebanon – Al-Nusra Front, the  Al-Qaeda  branch in Syria, claimed  on Friday that it killed 12 members of the Lebanese Shiite Islamist militant group Hezbollah in the region of al-Qalamoun, north of Damascus, on the border with Lebanon. On its  Twitter account, the authenticity of which has not been verified, the militant  group revealed that it killed […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
2. 7 children from the same family die in Brooklyn, New York fire
Seven children from the same family — ages 5 to 15 — died early Saturday in a fire in Brooklyn that the authorities said was caused by a malfunctioning hot plate. The blaze was reported just before 12:30 a.m. at a single-family house on Bedford Avenue in the Midwood neighborhood, officials said. At a news […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
3. Iran’s Rouhnani says a nuclear deal is possible, but Kerry says tough decisions have to be made now
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says that progress made in nuclear talks means a final deal can be reached. “There is nothing that cannot be resolved,” although some differences still remain, Iranian state media quoted him as saying. US Secretary of State John Kerry also said that “substantial progress” had been made in the talks. Six […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
4. Lebanese pop star abandons jihadist cause in Syria
Fadel Shaker’s about-face stands as a symbol of a wider crisis facing jihadist groups in Syria. Dozens of Saudis and more than 100 Jordanians have reportedly defected as well. By Taylor Luck Lebanese pop star Fadel Shaker gave unique momentum to jihadists in Syria when he took up their cause in 2012. But his sudden […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
5. Amid shouts of ‘Death to America’, Khamenei rejects U.S. ‘bullying’ in nuclear talks
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused the United States on Saturday of using economic pressure and “bullying” to try to turn his countrymen against Islamic rule, underscoring his long-held mistrust of Tehran’s main negotiating partner in nuclear talks. Amid shouts of ‘Death to America’, Khamenei, who has the last word on all matters of […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
6. Islamic State tells backers to kill 100 U.S. military personnel
Islamic State has posted online what it says are the names, U.S. addresses and photos of 100 American military service members, and called upon its “brothers residing in America” to kill them. The Pentagon said after the information was posted on the Internet that it was investigating the matter. “I can’t confirm the validity of […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
7. Obama blames Netanyahu for making it hard to find a path on Israeli-Palestinian peace
U.S. President Barack Obama said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it “hard to find a path” toward serious negotiations to resolve the issue. In an interview with the Huffington Post that was conducted on Friday and published on Saturday, Obama described his Thursday phone call […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
8. 9 British medical students believed to be with ISIS in Syria, report
Nine British medical students have traveled to Syria, apparently to work in hospitals controlled by Islamic State, Britain’s Observer newspaper reported on Saturday. The group of four women and five men crossed into Syria from Turkey last week, having traveled from Sudan where they had been studying, said the story, published on the website of […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
9. Iraqi Sunnis accuse Hezbollah militias of burning homes outside Tikrit
Two Iraqi local officials and a police officer accused Shi’ite paramilitary forces on Saturday of burning and looting homes in the town of al-Dour after capturing the area during a military campaign to oust Islamic State fighters. A spokesman for the armed faction, Kataib Hezbollah, denied the allegations, while a security commander in the area […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
10. PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan calls on Kurds to end Turkey rebellion
The imprisoned leader of Turkey’s Kurdish rebel group the PKK, Abdullah Ocalan, has called for Kurds to end a decades-long armed struggle against the Turkish state that has claimed tens of thousands of lives. In an eagerly-anticipated message for the traditional Kurdish New Year, Ocalan called for a congress to end the fighting, but stopped […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
11. STL: Siniora to testify in the case of Hariri’s assassination on Monday
Former Lebanese PM and leader of the Future Movement parliamentary bloc MP Fouad Siniora is scheduled to testify before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon on Monday, reported al-Joumhouria newspaper on Saturday. Sources told the daily that the testimony “introduces a new phase for  the trial.” “This phase may be among its most important so far,” they […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
12. US withdraws and Shiite Houthi rebels call for Yemen offensive
Yemen’s Shiite rebels issued a call to arms Saturday to battle forces loyal to the country’s embattled president, as U.S. troops were evacuating a southern air base crucial to America’s drone strike program after al-Qaida militants seized a nearby city. The turmoil comes as Yemen battles al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, the target of the […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
13. U.S. Sen. Rand Paul calls for Americans to boycott Saudi Arabia
By Katie Zezima Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called for a boycott of Saudi Arabia on Saturday, saying Americans should shun the kingdom as it did the apartheid regime in South Africa. Paul’s comments came as he intensified his attack against Hillary Rodham Clinton, again calling on her to return gifts given to her family foundation […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
14. Western powers vow not sign a bad Iran deal, stress unity
Major Western powers are united in their approach on nuclear talks with Iran and will reject any agreement that does not meet their ‘red lines’, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Saturday after meeting his counterparts from France, Germany and the United States. In a joint statement after talks in London, the ministers said: […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - Ya Libnan
15. Yemen’s President Hadi calls on Houthis to withdraw from Sanaa
Yemen’s President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Saturday called on the Houthi militia to leave the capital Sanaa and for its allied militias to quit government ministries in his first televised speech since escaping house arrest last month. Hadi urged all parties in Yemen to attend peace talks in the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh, but also […]
Originally posted at Ya Libnan 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
16. Confidence in Ukraine's cease-fire hurt by arms violations
NOVOAMVROSIIVSKE, Ukraine (AP) — With cameras and clipboards in hands, teams of blue-jacketed international observers drive around the muddy countryside of eastern Ukraine looking for rocket launchers and artillery.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
17. Convicted in girl's running death, grandma faces death
GADSDEN, Ala. (AP) — Jurors who convicted an Alabama woman in the running death of her 9-year-old granddaughter soon must decide whether they think she should die for the crime or spend the rest of her life in prison.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
18. Amnesty demands Equatorial Guinea release rights activist
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — A human rights group is demanding that Equatorial Guinea release a human rights activist who was detained for denouncing the arrest of an opposition leader.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
19. Southeast Asia makes vital push in banking integration
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Southeast Asian nations have finalized a key agreement allowing qualified banks to operate freely in each other's countries in a push toward greater financial and economic integration.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
20. Death toll rises to 49 in bombing attack on Syrian Kurds
BEIRUT (AP) — The head of Syria's Kurdish Red Crescent says the death toll from a twin bombing targeting Kurds celebrating their new year in the northeastern city of Hassakeh has risen to 49.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
21. Iranian president Rouhani: Final nuclear deal possible
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says progress has been made in negotiations with world powers over Iran's nuclear program and that a final nuclear accord is possible.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
22. Supreme Court considers impact of disability law on police
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The police shooting in Georgia earlier this month of a naked, unarmed man with bipolar disorder spotlights the growing number of violent confrontations between police and the mentally ill — an issue that goes before the Supreme Court this coming week.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
23. S. Korea, China, Japan revive talks after history disputes
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan have met for the first time in three years and agreed to work together to restore trilateral summit talks among their leaders.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
24. Afghan president to embark on landmark Washington visit
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — As the Afghan president heads to the United States on his first trip to Washington as head of state, the landmark visit offers a chance for both sides to start afresh and wipe the slate clean on the legacy of troubled U.S-Afghan relations.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
25. SAfrica report on sick baby triggers media, politics debate
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — "Baby Thomas never had a chance," begins a South African newspaper report about the toll of fetal alcohol syndrome. The baby's alcoholic mother was a grape harvester who was paid in bottles of wine, it said.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
26. AP PHOTOS: Russia's Nenets celebrate Reindeer Herders' Day
NADYM, Russia (AP) — It's a holiday celebrated annually in Russia's Yamal-Nenets region in the Arctic.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
27. Slain civil rights activist to receive posthumous degree
DETROIT (AP) — For 24 years, a stone marker has stood along U.S. 80 in Alabama near the spot where Viola Gregg Liuzzo (lee-OO-zoh) was fatally shot by Klansmen while shuttling demonstrators after the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
28. AP PHOTOS: Other-world sights await Antarctica tourists
KING GEORGE ISLAND, Antarctica (AP) — They trek snow-covered mountains, gasp at seals flopping along the coastline, ooh at penguins waddling along on the ice and marvel at humpback whales flapping their tails amid a sea of melting icebergs.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
29. Jailed Kurdish leader Ocalan urges fighters to abandon arms
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (AP) — Imprisoned Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan has renewed a call for his fighters to end their armed struggle against Turkey as part of efforts for a peaceful resolution of an insurgency that has killed tens of thousands since 1984.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
us  Sun, 22-Mar-2015 13:05 - U.S. News World
30. Sierra Leone lawyers: President should reinstate ousted VP
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Sierra Leone's bar association says the removal of the country's vice president was unconstitutional and has asked the president to reinstate him.
Originally posted at U.S. News World 

 
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