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Ukraine crisis: Russia brands new leaders ‘mutineers’

24/02/14, buy viagra advice Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said he doubts the legitimacy of Ukraine’s new authorities. In the strongest Russian reaction yet to the political upheaval in Kiev, best viagra Mr Medvedev said those now in power had conducted an “armed mutiny”. He was speaking after Ukraine’s interim interior minister said an […]

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Crowds hail Ukraine ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko

22/02/14, best viagra illness Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has been hailed by thousands of opposition supporters in Independence Square in the heart of Kiev after being freed from prison. She addressed the crowds there from her wheelchair. “You are heroes, viagra check you are the best of Ukraine,” she told the vast crowd […]

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Militants in Somalia attack presidential palace

21/02/14, viagra canada ailment MOGADISHU, tadalafil health Somalia — Militants wearing suicide vests and carrying guns and grenades attacked the presidential palace on Friday, the latest attack in the violence-prone Somali capital of 21/02/14,Mogadishu. The country’s president was reported to be unharmed, though others were killed. Police Capt. Mohamed Hussein said the militants launched the attack […]

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South Sudan ceasefire ‘ends’ amid Malakal fighting

18/02/14, viagra sales advice Fighting has broken out in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state, viagra usa prescription officials say, in the first major clashes since the government and rebels signed a ceasefire agreement in January. Both sides have accused each other of starting the violence in Malakal, the capital of Upper Nile state. The government […]

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Ethiopian Airlines co-pilot allegedly hijacks Rome-bound jet, lands in Geneva in asylum bid
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Ethiopian Airlines co-pilot hijacks plane to seek Geneva asylum

 17/02/14, best cialis try The co-pilot of an Ethiopian Airlines plane flying from Addis Ababa to Rome has hijacked the aircraft and landed in Geneva, tadalafil buy cialis Swiss police say. The hijacker – who has been arrested – waited for the pilot to go to the toilet to lock himself in the cockpit. He […]

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Putin backs Sisi ‘bid for Egypt presidency’
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Somalia: Car bomb explodes near airport in Mogadishu

13/02/14, viagra usa look At least six people have died after a car bomb exploded close to the gate of the international airport in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, police say. Eyewitnesses told the BBC it was targeting a UN refugee agency convoy. Most of those who died were passers-by and several UN body guards were wounded […]

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Syria conflict: Aid and evacuations continue in Homs

 13/02/04 , tadalafil illness  More than 1, cialis buy 000 civilians have been evacuated from Homs so far, as Lyse Doucet reports The UN-backed evacuation of civilians and delivery of aid has continued at the besieged rebel-held Old City of Homs. More than 200 civilians left, joining hundreds allowed out since the truce was agreed […]

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Egypt: Six police wounded in twin Cairo bomb attacks
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Syria crisis: Geneva peace talks end in recriminations

   31/01/14, viagra sale viagra sale  Lakhdar Brahimi said the gap was wide but there had been some progressThe Syrian government and opposition have traded insults after a week-long peace conference in Geneva ended with no firm agreement. Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said the opposition were immature, cialis canada sovaldi while the opposition’s Louay Safi […]

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Watford M1 reopens after two people die in bridge incident

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Sudan: Ethiopia ‘Kidnaps’ Chief Rebel Negotiators in Kenya

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Somali women protest against adoption decision by Harrow Borough Council

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Libya minister survives assassination attempt

29/01/14, cialis illness The army has been struggling to control armed militias and restore security Libya’s acting interior minister has escaped an assassination attempt in the capital, nurse Tripoli. Al-Sidik Abdul-Karim was on his way to a meeting when his car came under fire from unknown gunmen. Earlier this month, viagra deputy industry minister Hassan al-Droui […]

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UN approves use of force by EU troops in CAR

28/01/14, viagra viagra The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution allowing European Union troops to use force in the Central African Republic and threatening sanctions against those blamed for the country’s strife. The EU has pledged 500 troops to help African and French forces already in the country trying to end clashes between rival […]

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Israeli jailed for attempting to spy for Iran

  28/01/14, buy viagra unhealthy Man sentenced to four-and-a-half years for contacting Iran’s embassy in Berlin and offering to collect intelligence A court in Jerusalem has sentenced an Israeli man to four-and-a-half years in prison for offering to spy for Iran, discount according to court documents. Tuesday’s court ruling said 46-year-old Yitzhak Bergel admitted to charges of contacting a foreign agent, […]

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Ukraine’s PM Azarov and government resign

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Somali militant commander killed by missile in suspected drone attack; militants blame US

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Civilians to be allowed out of Homs old city in syria

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Egyptian embassy staff ‘seized’in Libya
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Africa Can Solve Its Own Problems With Proper Planning and Full Implementation of the African Standby Force

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Iraq fighting ‘displaces 140,000’ in Anbar, says UNHCR

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Uhuru Kenyatta trial: ICC delays start

23/01/14, best viagra ambulance Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been postponed. It was to have started on 5 February but the prosecution had asked for a three-month delay after a witness withdrew and another admitted giving false evidence. Mr Kenyatta is charged with being behind the ethnic violence […]

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Ethiopia joins Somalia’s African Union force

23/01/14, cialis buy viagra Ethiopian troops have been in and out of Somalia for many years, viagra buy try protecting its border More than 4, no rx 000 Ethiopian troops have been formally absorbed into the African Union force in Somalia. They will be responsible for security in the south-western regions of Gedo, Bay and […]

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