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Moscow (Diplomat)- The death toll in a Moscow metro derailment Tuesday now stands at 20, according to the state-run ITAR-Tass news agency, citing Russia’s Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov. The Moscow health care department gave a slightly lower figure, saying 19 were confirmed dead. Anothe...
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Mogadishu — A Somali police official says more than 200 suspects have been arrested in a security sweep aimed at stemming a wave of militant attacks in Mogadishu, the capital. Col. Ahmed Ali said Tuesday that the operation was carried out by government troops and African Union peacekeepers. Soldiers ...
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Washington (AFP) –  The United States on Monday welcomed a new ambassador from Somalia — the first in over two decades. The State Department said the government of the troubled east African nation had sent Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke. “We are pleased to announce the arrival of Amb...
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Security has been beefed up in the capital Mogadishu as day 17 of Ramadan which is known for Al Shabaab militant group sophisticated attacks is just some hours to go. Several Somali security forces are patrolling the streets while searching cars and major government buildings in the capital making su...
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LONDON, 9 March 2012 (IRIN) – Somalis living abroad send home more than US$1 billion – perhaps even as much as $2 billion – every year, and they have kept on doing so, despite bureaucratic obstacles. Now a report commissioned by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) considers how the ...
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The Gulf Stream meanders clockwise from the Gulf of Mexico, past the mid-Atlantic coast toward Europe. It is one of the most powerful currents in the world, and it is full of life. Many species of pelagic fish, endangered marine turtles and other marine organisms roam the relentless conveyor belt of ...

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