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Bodies Of 26 Female Teenage Migrants Found In The Mediterranean

Migrant women off coast of Libya

The latest search and rescue operation in the stretch of sea separating Libya and Italy highlights some of the brutal treatment that female refugees and migrants are subjected to.

More than 2,560 people were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea over the weekend in one of the roughest missions so far this year, the International Organization for Migration said Tuesday. Thirty-four bodies were recovered from the water, 26 of them suspected to be teenagers from Nigeria. Most died while making the crossing toward Italy in rubber dinghies.

IOM believes the girls may have been “murdered by traffickers in league with European sex merchants.”

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Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin killed in helicopter crash

Saudi Prince killed in helicopter crashSaudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin and other officials were killed in a helicopter crash near Yemen on Sunday.

The helicopter was carrying eight people, including the prince and all of them died during the crash.

He was accompanied by the Undersecretary of the Asir Sulayman al-Juraish and the Secretary of Asir region.

The helicopter crashed while the group was touring an area near the coast in Asir province near the border of Yemen where Prince Mansour is governor.

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Ex-British PM Gordon Brown says U.S. lied about Iraq having WMDs

Gordon Brown: US lied about WMDFormer British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the United States lied to the British government about their knowledge of former Iraq leader Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction in 2003.

In his memoir, My Life, Our Times, to be published this week, Brown said the U.S. government was in a "rush to war" in March 2003 and accused them of not sharing a secret intelligence report about Iraq's weaponry that might have changed British leaders' decision to join the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq that year.

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NYU faculty ends ties with UAE over sectarianism claims

NYU faculty ends ties with UAE

New York University's journalism department has voted to end its relationship with its campus in the United Arab Emirates following allegations two professors were denied visas because of their religious affiliation.

NYU's Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute said it would discontinue its relationship with NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) amid claims journalism professor Mohamad Bazzi, a Lebanese-born Shia, and Arang Keshavarzian, an Iranian-born politics professor, were denied visas because of their "Shia origins".

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Scores killed in ISIL car bomb attack in Deir Az Zor

Scores killed in ISIS car bombing in Syria

At least 75 people, including women and children, have been killed in a car bomb planted by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group in eastern Syria, according to a monitoring group.

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Sunday that more than 140 people were also injured in Sunday's attack in the suburbs of Deir Az Zor.

The Observatory said that members of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces were also killed in the attack that comes days after the eastern city was reportedy captured by the Syrian army.

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Senior Saudi royal ousted, princes reportedly arrested

Saudi princes arrestedSaudi Arabia’s King Salman on Saturday removed a prominent prince who headed the National Guard, replaced the economy minister and announced the creation of a new anti-corruption committee.

The Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel also reported late Saturday that 11 princes and dozens of former ministers were detained in a new anti-corruption probe headed by the kingdom’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who was also named to oversee the new committee.

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U.S. Woman Faces 20 Years in Prison for ‘Insulting’ Zimbabwe’s Mugabe on Twitter

American woman arrested for insulting Mugabe

Zimbabwe police have charged a United States citizen with subversion for allegedly insulting President Robert Mugabe on Twitter as a “sick man,” lawyers said Friday. The offense carries up to 20 years in prison.

It was the first arrest made since Mugabe last month appointed a minister for cybersecurity, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said, a move criticized by activists as aimed at clamping down on social media users. Zimbabwe was shaken last year by the biggest anti-government protests in a decade.

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