21 April 2019


Police in Northern Ireland warn of 'new breed' of terrorists after journalist's killing (9)
By Rachel Frazin - 04/20/19 02:24 PM EDT Police in Northern Ireland on Saturday warned of a "new breed" of terrorist after the killing of journalist Lyra McKee in violent riots Thursday. "What we're seeing is a new breed of terrorist coming through the ranks," Chief detective Jason Murphy said while speaking to reporters.
Algiers court summons former PM Ouyahia in public waste probe: state TV (4)
An Algerian court has summoned former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia and current Finance Minister Mohamed Loukal, two close associates of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in a probe into the wasting of public money, Trend reports citing Reuters. They are being investigated over "dissipation of public money" and "illegal privilege," state TV said. No other details were immediately available.
Environment emerges as major issue for Australian voters (4)
Reuters | Apr 21, 2019, 09:33 IST According to government agencies and environmental organisations, Australians are paying increasingly more att... Read More MELBOURNE: The environment has emerged as a major issue for Australian voters, a poll showed on Sunday, but healthcare and the cost of living are the top concerns ahead of next month's elections. For 32 percent of Australians, access to affordable health services is the
Syria's Assad discusses peace talks, Tartus port with Russians (1)
BEIRUT/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met senior officials from his strongest ally Russia in Damascus on Friday and Saturday to discuss upcoming peace talks, renting out Tartus port and trade between the two countries, state media in Syria reported. Russia has helped Assad's forces to take back most of the country but the eight-year-long war continues.
Thai Navy to remove bitcoin-rich couple's sea home (3)
AFP Updated April 21, 2019 Andaman Sea: A floating home, lived in by an American man and his Thai partner, is pictured on Saturday.-Reuters THE Thai Navy will begin removing a "seastead" home built by an American bitcoin investor and his partner off the coast of Thailand, an official said on Saturday, as the couple remain in hiding from charges accusing them of violating the country's sovereignty.
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