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Mubarak Could be Released from Prison

Hosni Mubarak, former Egyptian president could be released from jail after a court reviews his case on Wednesday. This would stir more unrest in a county that is experiencing the bloodiest internal conflict in its modern history. The death toll has risen to 900 people, including 100 police and soldiers, will searching for Mubarak’s Muslim Brotherhood foes. The count will…

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South African Schools Shut Down from Gang Violence

Fourteen schools in Manenburg, an impoverished South African province near Cape Town will be closed the next two days due to teachers feeling unsafe and uneasy about  leaving children unsupervised. The area has seen a huge spike in gun  violence from neighboring gangs. A gang member was shot in the  school playground and the school’s caretaker was shot a few…

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India and China Hold First Meeting on Central Asia

India and China held their first official dialog on Monday. The main topic was on Central Asia, and focused on India’s and China’s similar strategic approaches on the region, such as like counter-terrorism, regional and energy security. The two-day talks concluded on Tuesday and were held in a civil and cordial manner.  The talks also opened doors for further cooperation…

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Rohingya Refugees Attempt Escape

On Thursday Thai police used water cannon to prevent Muslim Rohingya refuges from Myanmar, from breaking out of a detention centre north of Phuket to celebrate the end of Ramadan. 260 Rohingya refugees who have been held captive in the Phang Nga Immigration Centre for nearly seven months, tried yesterday to break out to celebrate Hari Raya Eid-al-Fitri, a day of…

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