Saturday, 25 March 2017  
AFR countries to integrate Somali refugees


East African leaders have pledged to facilitate the free movement of Somali refugees in their countries, calling for alternatives to camps for the refugees, whose number stands at about 900,000 in the region as well as Yemen and Egypt.

Court sentences Yemen president to death


A Yemeni court in territory controlled by the armed Houthi movement has sentenced the group's enemy in a two-year-old civil war President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi and six other top officials in his government to death for "high treason".

�Turkey may hold EU referendum: Erdogan
�1 dead in Las Vegas shooting, gunman barricaded inside bus
�US launched deadly air strike on Mosul
�Earth Hour is 10 years old
�ISIS-inspired vehicle attacks pose formidable new challenge for police
�U.S., U.K. begin enforcing electonics ban on flights from several Muslim-majority countries
ďż˝Rape reaches ‘epic proportions’ in war-torn South Sudan
�Mosul push halted over civilian concerns
Judge finds UPS liable to New York over cigarette shipments


A federal judge on Friday held United Parcel Service Inc liable for having illegally shipped hundreds of thousands of cartons of untaxed cigarettes in New York, depriving the state and New York City of millions of dollars of taxes.

More Americans reach for a daily coffee in 2017: NCA


More Americans are drinking a daily cup of coffee in 2017, a reversal of four years of declines, as gourmet brews gain in popularity, according to an industry group's report released on Saturday.

�Armed burglary at Bellagio in Las Vegas sends panic through casino: media
�Louisiana deputy marshal convicted of manslaughter in boy's death
�North Dakota governor approves concealed guns without a permit
�Obamacare exploding? Maybe just a slow burn
�Rail accident at N.Y.'s Penn Station snarls travel; minor injuries
�Nearly half of Americans say Republican healthcare reform 'not an improvement': Reuters/Ipsos poll
�U.S. judge grants Singaporean blogger's asylum request
�Planned Parenthood sees brief reprieve after healthcare bill yanked
WikiLeaks Dumps CIA Hacking Docs Online


WikiLeaks on Tuesday dumped thousands of classified documents onto the Internet, exposing hacking programs used by the CIA. The torrent of data is just the first in a series of dumps WikLeaks is calling "Vault 7." This first installment includes 8,761 documents and files stolen from an isolated high-security network within the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence in Langley, Virginia.

�Slackel Openbox Plays Hard to Get
�Pro-Turkey Hackers Hit Prominent Twitter Accounts
�Group Demands Apple Pay Ransom for iCloud Credentials
�Google Threatens to Distrust Symantec SSL/TLS CertificatesGoogle Threatens to Distrust Symantec SSL/TLS Certificates
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