26 January 2016

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Malaysian PM Cleared of Corruption Accusations in $681 Million Scandal (43)
VOA News Last updated on: January 26, 2016 1:20 AM Malaysia's attorney general has cleared Prime Minister Najib Razak of allegations of corruption over a transfer of $681 million into his personal bank account. Mohamed Apandi Ali told reporters Tuesday the money was given to Najib in early 2013 by the Saudi royal family as a personal donation.
Active gunman reported at US navy centre in San Diego (29)
Facebook post advises occupants of naval compound to run, hide or fight Aerial view of San Diego, California. File photograph: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images An active shooter has been reported at the Naval Medical Centre San Diego on Tuesday, according to a post on the medical centreБ─(tm)s Facebook page. Please subscribe or sign in to continue reading.
Danish parliament to vote on controversial asylum-seeker assets bill (33)
Despite widespread condemnation, Denmark's parliament is expected to vote in favour of drastic reforms curbing asylum seekers' rights, including delaying family reunifications and confiscating migrants' valuables. Key points: Denmark to vote on changes to asylum-seekers' rights Proposed changes delay family reunifications, confiscate valuables Laws aimed at making Denmark 'less attractive' to asylum-seekers UN, EU rights groups condemn changes
Navy says gunshot report at med center came from 1 person (25)
Julie Watson and Elliot Spagat, Associated Press Updated 10:41 am, Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Photo: John Gastaldo, AP Image 1of/6 Caption Close Image 1 of 6 Law enforcement personnel wait by the parking garage in front of building 26 as they respond to reports of gunshots on the campus of Naval Medical Center San Diego,Tuesday, Jan.
Iranian President tours Europe to sign big trade deals (57)
ROME - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani launched a European visit this week to return his country to the international community and sign lucrative business deals now that international sanctions on Iran have been lifted. Rouhani's first stop is Italy, where he met with Pope Francis and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, and signed trade deals worth at least $18 billion.
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