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On the morning of 19 April 1995, at 9.02am, Bud Welch was getting ready for his shift at the Texaco garage when his entire home shook. To the south, windows as far away as 25 miles cracked. His...
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2015/04/18 18:15
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DUBAI - Formula One has committed itself to respecting human rights ahead of Sunday's controversial Grand Prix in Bahrain, which Amnesty International has accused of rampant rights abuses. Formula...
2015/04/18 17:48
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You Might Also Like In the dream of the night before, he told his Cabinet, he was in “some singular, indescribable vessel,” moving rapidly to an “indefinite shore.” Lincoln said that he had had this...
2015/04/18 15:31
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Hauwa Umar's father was one of the first to be shot that evening in August 2014. "What I saw that day was terrible," she told the LA Times. "There were uncountable bodies without heads and Boko Haram...
2015/04/18 14:50
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Lewis Hamilton talks to the media during practice in Bahrain on Friday. Photo: Reuters The conundrum facing Lewis Hamilton's rivals is as follows: how do you stop the most talented Formula One driver...
2015/04/18 13:25
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Riot police at the entrance to a subway station in central Seoul. A weekend of planned vigils and marches to mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly Sewol ferry sinking in South Korea has turned...
2015/04/18 12:37
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Sudan security seizes newspaper issue, says editor Published: 18 April 2015 7:27 PM Sudanese security agents seized the entire Saturday edition of a newspaper over an article about an activist who...
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For a Finnish writer to be translated into English is an unusual event; over the last decade, only 40 or 50 Finnish novels have appeared in the US and UK – a “strange” state of affairs, according to...
2015/04/18 09:08
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In order to address one of the main sectors affected by tax evasion, a relatively recent provision governing the taxation of rental income derived from the letting of residential tenements has been...
2015/04/18 08:29
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HUNDREDS of civil society activists in Harare resisted police attempts Friday to stop an unsanctioned demonstration at the South African Embassy against xenophobic attacks in that country. Anti-riot...
2015/04/18 07:57
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NEW ORLEANS -- Federal appeals judges on Friday peppered lawyers on both sides with questions in a fight over President Barack Obama's move to shield from deportation millions of people who entered...
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Despite the heavy police presence, a crowd of people gathered between in the city centre, chanting: “They must go”. South African authorities will need to do much more if impunity for xenophobic...
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The Zimbabwean government is effectively denying many people their human rights by dragging its heels in aligning the country's laws with the constitution adopted two years ago, said Amnesty...
2015/04/18 07:06
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By John Helmer, the longest continuously serving foreign correspondent in Russia, and the only western journalist to direct his own bureau independent of single national or commercial ties. Helmer has...
2015/04/18 07:05
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The gripping battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in the closing laps at the Bahrain International Circuit last year could not have offered a better showcase for both Formula One and the...
2015/04/18 04:19
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FLINT, MI -- Amir Hekmati has been locked away inside Evin prison in Iran for more than 3 years, where he has been allegedly whipped, Tasered, hung by his arms, and drugged, according to his...
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Related search The generals who seized power in last year's coup in Thailand would be granted immunity from prosecution and unelected individuals allowed to become prime minister under a preliminary...
2015/04/18 02:26
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Gao Yu: European Union, US demand China review trial of veteran journalist sentenced to seven years' jail The European Union (EU) has demanded that China review the trial of 71-year-old Chinese...
2015/04/18 02:09
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Menni, The Herald can reveal, has begun twin legal actions against the UK Government. The first is against deportation to Algeria, where Amnesty International and other organisations have warned of...
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While lawyers in New Orleans tried to sway a panel of judges over the fate of the president’s immigration policy, activists in San Antonio tried to convince Texas leaders Friday to drop their...
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