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World briefs: Iraq deploys U.S.-trained troops to fight | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
BAGHDAD — Iraq has for the first time deployed soldiers trained by the U.S.-led coalition in their campaign to retake the city of Ramadi from Islamic State militants, the U.S. military said on Thursday.
The disclosure came during an unannounced visit by U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter to Baghdad, where he met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and underscored the need for capable Iraqi ground forces to battle back Islamic State.
Islamic State seized Anbar's capital Ramadi two months ago, extending its control over the Euphrates valley west of Baghdad and dealing a major setback to Mr. Abadi and the U.S.-backed army he entrusted with its defense.
EU antitrust case
BRUSSELS — The European Union on Thursday launched an antitrust case against six major U.S. movie studios and British satellite broadcaster Sky UK, in a move that could profoundly shake up the highly lucrative pay-television market in Europe.
The EU’s executive commission has sent a so-called statement of objections to the companies regarding what it says are “contractual restrictions” preventing EU consumers outside Britain and Ireland from accessing the services of Sky UK.
In addition to Sky, which has cornered a large chunk of the British pay-TV market through its acquisition of sports and movie rights, the commission sent its objections to NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Sony, Twentieth Century Fox, Disney and Warner Bros.
French farm protests
PARIS—Protests by French farmers spread to the southern city of Lyon as a government financial support plan failed to allay concerns about low prices for agricultural products.
The protests come a day after Prime Minister Manuel Valls pledged 500 million euros ($540 million) in debt relief and tax breaks for livestock farmers, as well as loans and a plan to lift prices. Mr. Valls on Thursday urged farmers to look at what is being offered and end...Source: www.post-gazette.com
It's not at war, but up to 3% of its people have fled. What is going on in ...07/22/15 ,via The Guardian
Those who do well are trained to fill a range of roles within the civil service – as teachers, nurses, or even newscasters within Eritrea's amateurish state television network, Eri-TV. The pay is as low as it is in the army. Interviewees who were sent
World briefs: Iraq deploys U.S.-trained troops to fight | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette07/24/15 ,via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
BRUSSELS — The European Union on Thursday launched an antitrust case against six major U.S. movie studios and British satellite broadcaster Sky UK, in a move that could profoundly shake up the highly lucrative pay-television market in Europe. The EU's
"Refugee Children" Invade Sweden07/23/15 ,via Gatestone Institute
The children come mostly from Syria, Eritrea, Afghanistan and Somalia, but as very few possess any kind of identification papers, authorities really do not know where they are from. The problem is that they are neither unaccompanied, nor . In
At Tour de France, Riders From Eritrea Hope to Blaze a Grueling Trail for a ...07/12/15 ,via New York Times
The soft-spoken Teklehaimanot said he followed the Tour as a child on television, and he started road racing when he was about 13, using a sluggish mountain bike. “I just loved to ride the bike,” he said. In 2009, he was selected by the International
Berhanu Nega: Eritrea's cannon fodder or Ethiopia's big hope?07/22/15 ,via Nazret
Many Ethiopians had diverse reaction to the latest news that Dr Berhanu Nega has gone to Eritrea to lead the armed struggle against the Ethiopian regime. I first met Dr. Berhanu Nega in New York city in 2007. After his release from prison in Ethiopia ...
Switzerland: Eritrean Asylees Forfeit Residency for Visiting Homeland!07/23/15 ,via Eritrea Daily
It is Final & Binding: Very bad news for Asylum Right abusers, Eritrea tyrant's lackeys and henchmen: The Swiss State Secretariat for Migration told the Swiss Radio, SRF, in no uncertain terms that Eritrean Asylees (someone who is seeking asylum or who has ...
Eritrea: Weldab tells “I don’t know what happened to the rest of my friends”07/20/15 ,via geeskaafrika.com
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Daniel Teklehaimanot: 'I'm proud to be an Eritrean riding the Tour de France'07/10/15 ,via theguardian.com
When I grew up a bit, around 16, I always watched the tour on Eritrean TV, and when I became a good rider, I started dreaming that one day I could make it.” And the 26-year-old has: in June, Teklehaimanot won the polka-dotted King of the Mountains jersey ...
Eritrea Participating in Dana Cup International Soccer Competition07/21/15 ,via AllAfrica
Asmara — Eritrea is taking part in the current Dana Cup international ... AllAfrica publishes around 2,000 reports a day from more than 130 news organizations and over 200 other institutions and individuals, representing a diversity of positions on ...