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Zika no longer a world public health emergency: WHO


Zika no longer poses an international emergency,  according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which warned, however, that the mosquito-borne virus is here to stay . “The Zika virus remains a highly significant and long term problem, but it is not any more a public heath emergency of international concern,” Dr David Heymann, the world health body’s emergency committee chair, ...

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Trump settles Trump University lawsuits for $25m

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Donald Trump has settled three Trump University lawsuits for $25m (£20m), the New York Attorney General has said. The US president-elect was being sued by former students who paid $35,000 (£28,000) for real estate “secrets” from his “hand-picked” instructors. Mr Trump had repeatedly said he would not settle the class-action lawsuits. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said the settlement was a ...

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Assault Hotel lives up President Galmudug


Gaalkacyo: Reports from Galkayo, Mudug region say that a group of armed militants attacked the convoy south of the capital. Reports say that the attackers fired at gunmen strong worried Official Hotel C/kariin Xuseen Guuleed Interior more stable than capital. Galmudug still not denied that the attack in the town of Official residence. Residents have told us this morning that ...

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Watch: Video Walkers President Donald Trump


Washington: Pour singer Adam Moses, who was born in Ethiopia, now living in Sweden. produced song called the “Donald Trump” which ask the President-elect of the United States to accept the ethnic community of the United States. The song was posted on social networking sites, such as Facebook and YouTube, will feature the American looga criticism against the new president ...

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Shooting night in Jowhar district


Jowhar: Reports from the town’s administrative center Hirshabelle said in front of the election Airlines to continue the confrontation between Europe candidates seat lower house of Parliament. Choosing the noise and violence ended in the first round, and the Minister of Youth and Sports challenger Mohamed Noah and two other candidates who are from the community, especially in sub Gugundhabe ...

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Thousands Trapped by Fighting in South Sudan Receive Emergency Aid


JUBA — The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR said it is distributing life-saving items to more than 6,000 vulnerable families trapped by fighting in Yei River state over the last six months. Internally displaced persons (IDPs) say they welcome the relief aid but want to be allowed to safely return to their home villages so they can harvest the crops ...

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Sweden re-opens probe into 1986 murder of PM Olof Palme


Sweden is to re-open the investigation into the unsolved assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme 30 years ago, officials say. Stockholm’s chief prosecutor, Krister Petersson, will head the new inquiry. About 10,000 people were quizzed following Olof Palme’s murder in 1986; 134 people claimed to have shot him dead as he left a cinema with his wife. The charismatic Social ...

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Syria conflict: Assad hopes for ‘anti-terror ally’ in Trump


Syria’s leader has said he hopes US President-elect Donald Trump will be an ally in fighting terrorism but remains “cautious in judging him”. Bashar al-Assad said Mr Trump would be a “natural ally” if he fulfilled a campaign pledge to fight terrorism. But he said it was “dubious” whether Mr Trump could “live up to his promises”. Mr Trump had ...

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Jakarta’s Christian governor in Indonesia blasphemy row


Jakarta’s Christian governor has been formally named a suspect on blasphemy allegations after claims that he insulted Islam led to a violent mass protest by Muslim groups in the Indonesian capital. After a lengthy preliminary investigation, police said that the allegations against Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, who is also a member of Indonesia’s ethnic Chinese minority, should go to trial. Religious ...

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Barack Obama seeks to calm US allies over Trump concerns


Maraykanka: President Barack Obama has sought to assure US allies that President-elect Donald Trump will honour the country’s international alliances when he takes office in January. Mr Obama told reporters that Mr Trump had “expressed a great interest” in maintaining the US commitment to Nato. During the campaign, Mr Trump said he might abandon a guarantee of protection for fellow ...

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