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By Tajuddin
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Feb 15th, 2015
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Washington ( Agencies + DIPOMAT.SO) – Last week, Abdia Sheikh made her regular trip to Dahabshiil, a tiny office in Falls Church, Va., and a financial nerve center of the Somali community in Northern Virginia. She had brought $200 in cash, which she sends every month to the widow and children o...
By Tajuddin
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Feb 15th, 2015
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Baghdad ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Iraqi soldiers and militants of the Islamic State group clashed again over the weekend in a western Iraqi town that has changed hands several times in skirmishes near a military base where American troops are training Iraqi soldiers. Hundreds of Islamic State...
By Tajuddin
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Feb 15th, 2015
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Athens ,Greece ( Reuters + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras expects tough talks at a meeting of euro zone finance ministers on Monday over how to proceed with its international bailout but remains confident, he told a German magazine in an interview published on Sunday. “...
By Tajuddin
In WORLD NEWS
Feb 15th, 2015
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Sanaa , Yemen ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Shiite militiamen who seized power in Yemen vowed to defy “threats” as the U.N. Security Council prepared to adopt a resolution Sunday calling on them to step aside or face consequences. Yemen is a traditional U.S. ally in the fight against ...
By Tajuddin
In WORLD NEWS
Feb 15th, 2015
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Luhanskoye, Ukraine ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) — The Ukrainian military and Russian-backed separatists blamed each other on Sunday for a multitude of violations of a cease-fire during the first day the accord took effect. Some lingering violence was expected, given the recent intensity of the combat, ...
By Tajuddin
In SPOTLIGHT
Feb 15th, 2015
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Djibouti (Bloomberg + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Ethiopia and Djibouti accused Eritrea of sabotaging regional stability, a charge denied by the Horn of Africa nation which has fought with both neighbors. Eritrea’s government has a “continuous destabilization policy” and the international community should t...
By Tajuddin
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Feb 15th, 2015
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Copenhagen ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Danish police said a man they shot dead early Sunday was likely behind the two shooting attacks Saturday in Copenhagen that killed two civilians and wounded five police officers. Officials said no evidence suggests other gunmen were involved in the shootin...