November 28th @ 1:15 AM GMT
Yahoo! While Cuban-Americans partied in the streets of Miami after Fidel Castro died, dissidents in Cuba stayed home, fearing more repression though some hope his brother Raul will enact reforms. The Ladies in White movement called off a regular protest on Sunday ''out of respect'' for those who mourn Castro and to avoid being accused of committing acts of ''provocation,'' said the group's leader, Berta Soler. The group was founded in 2003 after Fidel Castro's regime imprisoned 75 dissid... (Politics)
November 27th @ 1:02 PM GMT
Yahoo! The new head of South Africa's anti-graft unit, which this month alleged influence-peddling in President Jacob Zuma's cabinet, has laid a complaint against her predecessor for leaking a recorded interview with the president, newspaper Sunday Times reported on Sunday. Former watchdog Thuli Madonsela has said she had the right to make public the audio recording after Zuma accused her of not giving him an opportunity to defend himself. The report focused on claims that the brothers, Ajay, At... (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 3:48 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's former Moscow-backed president on Monday accused pro-EU protesters who forced his ouster of provoking the 31-month pro-Russian revolt in the southeast that has claimed nearly 10,000 lives. Viktor Yanukovych is a witness in the trial of five Ukrainian riot police who are accused of opening fire at mostly unarmed people during the February 2014 revolution that turned the ex-Soviet republic toward the West. Yanukovych himself stands accused of treason in Ukraine. (World)
November 25th @ 11:42 AM GMT
Yahoo! Ex-president Viktor Yanukovich will be questioned as a witness on Friday by a Ukrainian court trying police officers accused of killing demonstrators during the protests in Kiev that forced him to flee in 2014. Yanukovich has lived in Russia since escaping Kiev in the final days of the uprising, which installed a pro-European leadership and lit the fuse for Moscow's annexation of Crimea and a separatist conflict in the mainly Russian-speaking east. More than 100 demonstrators were killed i... (World)
November 28th @ 6:11 PM GMT
Yahoo! An average of three Canadian soldiers were sexually assaulted or harassed each day over the past year, usually by a superior, according to a survey released Monday. The figures show endemic sexual misconduct within the ranks persisting more than a year after a scathing report accused the military of being ''hostile'' to women and homosexuals. Vance noted that 30 officers had already been stripped of their command or supervisory role for ignoring his order last year to all troops to stop... (Politics)
November 26th @ 3:53 PM GMT
Yahoo! French investigators probing the death of controversial British photographer David Hamilton believe he committed suicide, just weeks after he was accused of rape, sources close to the inquiry said Saturday. Hamilton, who rose to fame in the 1970s and whose photography books sold millions of copies, had been drinking alcohol and another source said drug tests would be performed on the body as medication was found in the photographer's bathroom. A neighbour raised the alarm after noticing th... (Top Stories)
November 25th @ 3:14 PM GMT
Yahoo! Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel has accused France of aiding a boycott of the Jewish state, after Paris announced new guidelines for labelling goods from settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories. (Politics)
November 28th @ 5:22 PM GMT
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November 28th @ 3:28 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's former Moscow-backed president on Monday accused pro-EU protesters who forced his ouster of provoking the 31-month pro-Russian revolt in the southeast that has claimed nearly 10,000 lives. Viktor Yanukovych is standing as a witness in the court case of five Ukrainian riot police who are accused of opening fire at mostly unarmed people during the February 2014 revolution that turned the ex-Soviet republic toward the West. Yanukovych himself stands accused of treason in Ukraine. (World)
November 28th @ 2:51 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's former Moscow-backed president on Monday accused pro-EU protesters who forced his ouster of provoking the 31-month pro-Russian revolt in the southeast that has claimed nearly 10,000 lives. Viktor Yanukovych is standing as a witness in the court case of five Ukrainian riot police who are accused of opening fire at mostly unarmed people during the February 2014 revolution that turned the ex-Soviet republic toward the West. Yanukovych himself stands accused of treason in Ukraine. (Politics)
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