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Thursday, August 11, 2011 | Volume: 11220


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Libyan TV shows footage of Khamis Gaddafi

BERLIN (Reuters) - Libyan state television showed on Tuesday what it said was footage of Muammar Gaddafi's son Khamis, who rebels said last week had been killed, visiting Libyans wounded in an air attack east of Tripoli.


China's refitted aircraft carrier platform sets sail for first sea trial

DALIAN (Xinhua) -- China's refitted aircraft carrier platform left its shipyard at Dalian Port in northeast China's Liaoning Province on Wednesday morning to set sail for its first sea trial.


Somalia offers rebels amnesty

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somalia offered an amnesty to militants still fighting in the capital Mogadishu Tuesday, three days after the country's president declared victory over the insurgent al Shabaab group, which has withdrawn most of its combatants from the city.


Pakistan, India to meet again next month: Khar

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan and India have agreed on convening separate meetings of expert groups on nuclear and conventional confidence building measures (CBMs) in Islamabad next month, Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar told the National Assembly on Tuesday.


Mugabe to UK: 'Put out your own fires'

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe tells Britain ""to put out your own fires"" and to stop interfering in his southern African nation.


Mugabe labels NATO a 'terrorist group' over Libya
Envoys want NATO answers about strike on Libyan TV

UNITED NATION (Dispatches) -- NATO is a terrorist organization - akin to al-Qaeda - because of its bombing campaign in Libya, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has said.


London riots point to much wider risks of youth unrest

LONDON (Reuters) -- Young, lacking opportunity, angry at the system and organizing phenomenally fast over social media, London's rioters show some of the same characteristics as the pro-democracy demonstrators of the ""Arab Spring.""


Poll suggests 2012 change in power in Washington

Prior to the elections of 1994, 2006 and 2010 when party control changed hands in the House or Senate, many Americans said incumbents didn't deserve reelection.


Brazil arrests tourism officials in corruption probe

Brazilian police have arrested more than 30 tourism officials and business leaders, including Deputy Tourism Minister Frederico Silva da Costa.


U.S. drone strike kills 21 suspected militants in Pakistan

Local Taliban and al-Qaida militants and foreigners thought to be among dead after house in border region North Waziristan hit by drone


   

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