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Turkish police arrest suspected killer of American tourist ANKARA: Turkish police on Sunday arrested the suspected killer of an American tourist whose body was found in Istanbul earlier this year, a provincial governor's office said. The man, identified by the initials Z.T. and nicknamed Laz Ziya by Turkish media, was arrested in Reyhanli in Turkey's southern Hatay province near the border with Syria, the provincial governor's office said on its website. After questioning, the man was handed over to judicial authorities, the governor's office said. It gave no further details. The body of 33-year-old Sarai Sierra, from New York, was found in the ruins of Istanbul's old city wall last month after she was reported missing in late January. Sierra, who had been travelling alone, was killed by a blow to the head. The killing has attracted wide media attention in a country which receives millions of tourists each year and is generally seen as a safe destination ...

Italy issues India travel warning ROME: Italy warned its citizens to exercise caution when travelling in India following its decision not to send back to trial two Italian marines accused of killing Indian fishermen while on anti-piracy duty.The warning posted on the Foreign Ministry website advised Italians to "maintain an alert and cautious attitude and to stay away from any public meetings", particularly in the southern state of Kerala, one of India's most popular tourist destinations.Italy advised the Indian government ...
Grillo issues warning to members ROME: Beppe Grillo, leader of Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, demanded that parliamentarians in his group declare their votes openly after some apparently defied party orders in a secret ballot to appoint the speaker of the Senate.In a post on his blog late on Saturday, Grillo said 5-Star parliamentarians were bound to follow voting directions agreed by a majority in advance and indicated that he expected any members who failed to do so to resign."If anyone ...
EU wants to include financial services in US trade talks BRUSSELS: The European Union's top trade official said on Saturday he wants financial services to be included in negotiations on an ambitious EU-US free trade pact.The United States and the 27-nation EU agreed last month to launch negotiations on a wide-ranging Transatlantic free trade agreement, but details of what the talks will cover have been limited.The EU's executive Commission approved a proposed European negotiating mandate last Tuesday but kept its contents secret.The negotiating mandate must ...
Zimbabwe votes on constitution to curb Mugabe HARARE: Zimbabweans voted on a new constitution Saturday that would curb President Robert Mugabe's powers and pave the way for crucial elections in a country plagued by political violence.With polls closed, counting is under way. Voters are expected to roundly back the text, which would introduce presidential term limits, beef up parliament's powers and set elections to decide whether 89-year-old Mugabe stays in power.Mugabe has ruled uninterrupted since the country's independence in 1980, despite a ...
Pope provisionally reconfirms top jobs in Vatican bureaucracy VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis has decided that all top administrators in the Vatican bureaucracy will keep their posts while he reflects on any necessary changes, the Vatican said on Saturday.There had been speculation that the new pope could make swift changes to the Curia, the Vatican bureaucracy that has been at the centre of allegations of corruption, infighting and intrigue."The Holy Father, wants in fact, to give himself a certain amount of time for reflection, ...
Monti to stay until new government formed: Napolitano ROME: Italian President Giorgio Napolitano told Prime Minister Mario Monti on Saturday he would need to stay on as long as political parties fail to reach an accord that would allow a new government to be established after a deadlocked election. Italy has been mired in political stalemate since the February vote that saw the centre-left alliance of Pier Luigi Bersani secure a majority in the lower house but fail to win the numbers to ...


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