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Belgium to keep highest threat level for Brussels on Monday BRUSSELS: Belgium will keep the highest threat level for Brussels on Monday and will keep the metro as well as schools closed because of a "serious and imminent" threat of coordinated, multiple attacks, the country's prime minister said. For the rest of the country, a threat level of three on a four tier scale would remain in place, the Belgian prime minister Charles Michel said. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Colombian government pardons 30 jailed FARC guerrillas BOGOTA: Colombia's government announced Sunday it is granting pardons to 30 jailed members of the FARC as a confidence-building measure in its peace talks with the leftist guerrilla group.The Colombian presidency said none of those being pardoned were in prison for serious crimes, and added that they will be helped in finding jobs and receiving social support once they leave prison.In the past week, FARC spokesmen have told local media that some 850 jailed members ...
UK PM Cameron to push for war with case for joining Syria air strikes LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron will this week set out the case for joining air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria, his finance minister said on Sunday, in a bid to persuade a parliament loath to embark on another war in the Middle East.Britain is already bombing IS in Iraq but Cameron has said he believes Britain should be doing more to fight the militants, who claimed responsibility for this month's attacks in ...
All precautions taken to avoid chemical attack: French minister PARIS: French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Sunday that a chemical or biological attack "was among the risks" in the wake of the Paris attacks but that all possible precautions to avoid such a scenario had been taken.He said French authorities were not ruling anything out in the wake of the Paris attacks even though it was "very complicated" for anyone to use chemical weapons."All the precautions have been taken to avoid this kind ...
UK to buy more F-35 jets, boost anti-terror budget: Osborne LONDON: Britain plans to increase the number of stealth fighter jets it can launch from aircraft carriers over the next decade and boost anti-terrorism spending by 30 percent, finance minister George Osborne said on Sunday.Osborne is due to announce on Wednesday the details of spending cuts which, according to International Monetary Fund data, rank as the most aggressive austerity plan among the world's rich economies between now and 2020.Ahead of that, the government will on ...
Russia says killed 10 IS-linked fighters in North Caucasus MOSCOW: Russia said Sunday it had killed 10 fighters linked to the extremist Islamic State group in a special operation in its volatile North Caucasus region."According to preliminary information, 10 bandits have been neutralised," Russia's national anti-terrorism committee said in a statement quoted by TASS news agency."All of them were participants in an armed gang whose members swore loyalty to IS."The fighters opened fire on law enforcement officers and threw grenades after they were cornered ...
Russia says its citizens killed in Mali hotel attack: RIA MOSCOW: Russian citizens were among those killed in an attack on a top hotel in the capital of Mali on Friday, the RIA news agency reported on Saturday, citing Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.Earlier on Saturday, the head of a hospital in Mali told Russian television channel LifeNews that at least two Russian citizens had been killed in the attack. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...


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