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17 Apr 2015
Saudi-led warplanes pounded a rebel convoy headed to bolster an assault on loyalist forces in Yemen's battleground second city Aden, while fighting raged in the third city of Taez, officials said Friday.
17 Apr 2015
About 300 US paratroopers arrived this week in Ukraine to train the Ukrainian National Guard which is fighting pro-Russian rebels in the east, the US Army said in a statement.
16 Apr 2015
DESPITE a court order restraining Multichoice, operators of DStv, a Satellite Pay TV firm, from increasing its subscription tariff in Nigeria, indications emerged yesterday that the South Africa-owned company has continued to receive new payments from its subscribers.
14 Apr 2015
Sudanese rebels have attacked several polling stations in war-torn South Kordofan state during nationwide elections widely expected to extend President Omar al-Bashir's 25-year rule.
14 Apr 2015
Jihadists from the Islamic State group have lost ground to Palestinian fighters in Syria's Yarmuk camp, Palestinian officials and a resident said on Tuesday.
14 Apr 2015
Authorities in Geneva have banned Uber for breaching local taxi laws but the beleaguered US-based company said Tuesday it was appealing the order and denied any wrongdoing.
14 Apr 2015
Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday after the brother of a rebel leader was killed by government forces.
14 Apr 2015
Six soldiers were killed in separatist-held eastern Ukraine in the last 24 hours as fighting flared up again despite a fragile ceasefire, military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said Tuesday.
14 Apr 2015
Germany's Nobel-winning author Gunther Grass said he feared humanity was "sleepwalking" into a world war in the last interview he gave before his death on Monday.
14 Apr 2015
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche on Tuesday announced it had acquired a majority stake in US molecular and genomic analysis business Foundation Medicine for an undisclosed sum.
14 Apr 2015
Finland's Nokia announced on Tuesday that it was in advanced talks to purchase all of its Franco-American rival Alcatel-Lucent.
14 Apr 2015
Car bombs in the Baghdad area, including one near a hospital, killed at least eight people on Tuesday, security and medical officials said.

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