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Sawiradda Awdal State

Sawiradda Awdal State

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Sawirka Maanta:

Sawirka Maanta:

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Sawirkeena Maanta Waa Halgamayaasha Awdal State Oo Kala Ah Naftii Hure Fowzi Sh/Abdirahman Warfaa, & Naftii Hure Omar Ismail Muxumed Oo La Kulmay ¬†Ugaaska Qoomiyadda Gadabuursi Ugaas Abdirashiid Ugaas Rooble Ugaas Doodi-…

Deaths rise in US from meningitis outbreak

Deaths rise in US from meningitis outbreak

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At least 21 people have so far died in the US from a rare form of meningitis and more than 250 people have been infected with the illness. The outbreak has been traced to contaminated batches of prescription steroid injections. The deaths have forced authorities to review their drug safety…

Obama and Romney trade barbs in Denver debate

Obama and Romney trade barbs in Denver debate

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US president Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney met in Denver for a contentious but largely unmemorable debate in which each man accused the other of lying about his plans for taxes, health care and other key domestic issues. Romney went on the offensive early, hammering Obama on…

Obama rebukes Romney over remarks

Obama rebukes Romney over remarks

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President Barack Obama has criticised Mitt Romney for “writing off a big chunk of the country” after a secretly made video showed the Republican presidential nominee dismissing “47 per cent” of Obama’s supporters as victims who are dependent on the government. In-depth coverage of the US presidential election “One of…

US asks citizens to depart Sudan and Tunisia

US asks citizens to depart Sudan and Tunisia

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The United States has ordered the departure of non-essential government personnel and family members from posts in Sudan and Tunisia in the latest reaction to a wave of anti-American unrest in the region. The US government also issued travel warnings to its citizens in those two countries on Saturday, urging…

Colombia’s Santos believes peace is possible

Colombia’s Santos believes peace is possible

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Colombia’s president says he will not lower his guard against the country’s main rebel group, but he believes a peace deal is possible if there is “goodwill” on both sides. “If there is goodwill from both parts, we will reach an agreement much sooner than people expect,” Juan Manuel Santos…

Yosemite visitors at risk from deadly virus

Yosemite visitors at risk from deadly virus

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About 10,000 people who stayed in tent cabins at Yosemite National Park this summer may be at risk from the deadly rodent-borne hantavirus, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said. The CDC on Friday urged lab testing of patients who exhibit symptoms consistent with the lung…

US cyclist Lance Armstrong banned for doping

US cyclist Lance Armstrong banned for doping

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US Anti-Doping Agency chief executive Travis Tygart says the agency will ban Lance Armstrong from cycling for life and strip him of his seven Tour de France titles for doping. Armstrong on Thursday night dropped any further challenges to USADA’s allegations that he took performance-enhancing drugs to win cycling’s premier…

Obama warns Syria over chemical weapons

Obama warns Syria over chemical weapons

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Barack Obama has warned that US forces could move against Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad if he deploys chemical weapons against rebels trying to overthrow him. The US president’s comments came as a female Japanese reporter was killed while covering clashes in the northern city of Aleppo. In some of his…

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