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Month: July 2014

Deadly Clash In Libya Rebel Capital

A deadly clash broke out in Libya’s rebel capital of Benghazi in the wake of the murder of their military chief, as the Kadhafi regime said Sunday it was in contact with rebel leadership members. Four rebels were killed in the clash with a pro-Kadhafi group in Benghazi overnight, a rebel spokesman said. “It was […] 4:46 pm Read More

Ukraine Mourns 32 Dead In Mine Accidents

Rescuer workers in Ukraine recovered more bodies Saturday as the death toll from two separate mining accidents in the country’s notoriously perilous coal pits rose to 32. Fears were rising meanwhile for five miners still missing. President Viktor Yanukovych announced a day of mourning for Sunday, while Prime Minister Mykola Azarov is to attend a […] 6:13 pm Read More

Three Journalists Killed In NATO Raid: Libya

Libya said three journalists were killed in a NATO air strike on state television on Saturday and that the murder of the rebels’ army chief proved Al-Qaeda was instigating the country’s armed revolt. “Three of our colleagues were murdered and 15 injured while performing their professional duty as Libyan journalists,” said Khaled Basilia, director of […] 6:08 pm Read More

‘The Big Bang Theory,’ CBS Top Thursday Television Ratings

The Big Bang Theory‘ and Big Brother were the only prime-time programs to average more than 7 million viewers, helping CBS become the most-watched network for the seventh consecutive Thursday. CBS averaged 6.59 million viewers for its prime-time programming, according to live-plus-same-day prime-time figures released today by The Nielsen Co. A rerun of the comedy […] 6:04 pm Read More