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Abe leaves Mexico, heads for Trinidad and Tobago MEXICO CITY: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe left Mexico on Sunday having struck a series of energy deals and headed for Trinidad and Tobago, his next stop on a tour of Latin America.The Japanese leader and his wife received a red-carpet sendoff flanked by soldiers at the presidential hangar, and were bid farewell by Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade, according to a statement.Abe, whose five-country visit comes on the heels of Chinese President Xi Jinping's, met Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto for talks during his two-day stay that ended with the signing of a raft of deals Friday.The new agreements include one between Mexican state oil firm Pemex and Japan's development bank, and another between Pemex and the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation.With Japan on the lookout for new power sources after the Fukushima disaster forced the shutdown of its nuclear reactors, energy is high on the prime ...


Russian fighter jet crashes, killing pilot MOSCOW: A fighter jet crashed in southern Russia on Sunday, killing the pilot, the head of the air force told Russian news agencies, blaming a technical fault."An accident took place and the pilot died," General Viktor Bondarev said, quoted by the Interfax news agency."We are working out what happened. According to initial data, the reason for the accident was a failure of aviation equipment," he said.The widely used Soviet-designed aircraft has experienced a string of ...

Committees in Mexico's lower house pass energy reform bills MEXICO CITY: Committees in Mexico's lower house on Saturday approved laws fleshing out a landmark energy reform that seeks to drive private investment into the long-shuttered sector.The so-called secondary laws, which detail the implementation of the constitutional energy reform passed last year, will head to the floor of the lower house, where lawmakers will debate them beginning on Monday. If they are fully approved in the lower house, some of the secondary laws will head ...

Egypt army says 14 militants killed in Sinai CAIRO: Egyptian troops have killed 14 militants in shoot-outs in the restive Sinai Peninsula, scene of an insurgency since the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi, the army said Sunday.It said 47 people were arrested in the clashes on Saturday that state news agency MENA said broke out near Sheikh Zuwaid in north Sinai.Also on Saturday, four children were killed when a mortar round crashed into their home in El-Joura, a suspected bastion of militants.Officials said ...

Bali to continue anti-rabies dog cull as gory video emerges DENPASAR: Among the white sandy beaches, luxury villas and temples, authorities on the Indonesian island of Bali are carrying out mass culls of dogs in an anti-rabies campaign, a official confirmed Sunday.Despite a stomach-churning 16-minute video posted on YouTube of a mass slaughter that has prompted outrage from animal welfare groups, Bali Animal Husbandry Department chief Putu Sumantra said there were no plans to end the practice."The dogs culled were smuggled illegally. When that happens, ...

Tropical Storm Hernan forms off Mexico's Pacific coast MEXICO CITY: Fearing potentially deadly flooding, Mexican disaster officials are closely monitoring the weather after Tropical Storm Hernan formed off the country's Pacific coast of Mexico late Saturday.Hernan was located 585 kilometers (more than 360 miles) southwest of the tourist port of Manzanillo and was moving in a northwesterly direction, parallel to the coastline, at a speed of 22 kilometers per hour, Mexico's National Meterological Service (SMN) reported at 0300 GMT.The storm was packing maximum ...

EU targets Russian intelligence chiefs, readies tougher sanctions BRUSSELS: Spurred into action by the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the EU put Russia's intelligence chiefs on its sanctions list Saturday as it readied much harsher measures against Moscow over the Ukraine crisis.The director of the FSB security service, Alexander Bortnikov, and the head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Mikhail Fradkov, were among 15 people and 18 entities hit with asset freezes and visa bans, the EU's Official Journal said.Bortnikov and ...


 



 
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