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Chilli powder and chairs thrown in Sri Lanka parliament on second day of violence over constitutional crisis

P Oliticians in the Sri Lankan Parliament supporting the disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa threw books, chairs and chilli powder mixed with water to try to stop the proceeding on Friday, a day after a fierce brawl between rival legislators , worsening political turbulence in the island nation. Police escorting the speaker Karu Jayasuriya into the room held plates around …

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Khmer Rouge verdict: ‘I live next to my torturer’

Image copyright ECCC Picture caption Soy Sen testifies to the Khmer Rouge Court in 2015 After 12 years of activity, the Khmer Rouge tribunal supported by the UN in Cambodia delivered Friday what will probably be its final verdict. But far from the court, some survivors of one of the greatest horrors of the 20th century are ambivalent about the …

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PM in last ditch effort to avert early elections

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone Friday with the leaders of all coalition parties, and asking them to help him avoid what could be potentially disastrous early elections. Netanyahu is telling party leaders that every effort must be made to avert the historical error of 1992 when a right-wing government was overthrown – and as a result, the …

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Probe launched after man shot dead

The probe was launched after the man shot to death BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A man shot dead outside his home in Co Kildare was appointed by Gardai as Clive Staunton. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/probe-launched-after-man-shot-dead-37535827.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co .uk / news / republic-d & # 39; -ireland / article37535826.ece / 13df5 / AUTOCROP / h342 / bpanews_5b9c7b3d-ea4b-4cc4-9c2d-51e28e8bd93b_1 Email A man shot dead from his home in Co Kildare …

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BBC women complain after Andrew Neil tweet about Observer journalist | Media

Senior female BBC journalists complained to the leaders of the company of the host Andrew Neil, after he did not apologize for calling an Observer journalist a "mad woman". Neil, the late-night show host The week and one of the corporation's highest-profile political interviewers, commented on Carole Cadwalladr – whose work helped denounce the Cambridge Analytica scandal – as part …

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Myanmar holds 106 Rohingya aboard boat to Malaysia, official says

KYAUKTAN, Myanmar (Reuters) – Myanmar immigration authorities arrested 106 Rohingya Muslims aboard a boat off the coast of Yangon on Friday, officials said, raising fear of a new wave of dangerous travel after a round of lives of 2015 against human traffickers. The boat was headed for Malaysia when the authorities stopped early in the morning about 30 km south …

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