Foreign Ministry: Palestinian reconciliation not near implementation – Haaretz

HaaretzForeign Ministry: Palestinian reconciliation not near implementationHaaretzThe Foreign Ministry’s intelligence wing believes that Palestinian reconciliation is far from implementation, declaring in a document distributed late Wednesday that the gaps between Hamas and Fatah are still far too wide. The Foreign Ministry’s evaluation …Does the Palestinian Deal Jeopardize Peace Talks?BloombergIsrael says new Palestinian unity pact threatens Middle East peace processeuronewsFatah-Hamas deal could threaten Mideast talksPhilly.comThe Daily Star -Press TV -Al-Arabiyaall 149 news articles …read more    

Debris Found in Australia Not from MH370 – Voice of America

Voice of AmericaDebris Found in Australia Not from MH370Voice of AmericaAustralian authorities say debris that washed ashore in the western part of the country is not related to the missing Malaysian jetliner. The unidentified material was found near the coastal town of Augusta, southeast of where a massive multinational search for …Searchers face tough choices in hunt for MH370NDTVBeach debris discounted in MH370 searchThe Times (subscription)A father whose son was aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 cries as he asks …Daily News & AnalysisBrisbane Times -Bernama -Wagin Argusall 1,258 news articles …read more    

Three Foreigners Slain at Afghan Kids’ Hospital – NBCNews.com

The News InternationalThree Foreigners Slain at Afghan Kids’ HospitalNBCNews.comKABUL, Afghanistan – A cop shot and killed at least three foreigners at a hospital run by a U.S.-based charity in the Afghan capital on Thursday, a senior police source said. The police officer gunned down five people before being shot and injured.Afghan guard shoots dead 3 foreigners in hospitalThe News InternationalThree Foreigners Shot Dead in Kabul HospitalWall Street JournalAfghan police guard opens fire in Kabul hospital, kills 3 foreigners and wounds …Fox NewsBBC News -Waterloo Cedar Falls Courierall 57 news articles …read more    

3 American Doctors Killed by Guard at Afghan Hospital – New York Times

Telegraph.co.uk3 American Doctors Killed by Guard at Afghan HospitalNew York TimesKABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan policeman shot and killed three American doctors at a hospital here on Thursday, according to Afghan police officials. The attack took place at the Cure International Hospital in Kabul, a 100-bed facility that specializes in …Security Guard Opens Fire in Kabul Hospital, Kills 3Voice of AmericaAfghan guard shoots dead three foreigners at hospitalTelegraph.co.ukThree Americans Slain at Kids’ Hospital: Afghan CopNBCNews.comTIME -Chron.com -Wall Street Journalall 67 news articles …read more    

Obama says Russia not abiding by agreement to defuse Ukraine crisis – Los Angeles Times

ABC NewsObama says Russia not abiding by agreement to defuse Ukraine crisisLos Angeles TimesWASHINGTON — President Obama says Russia is not yet holding up its side of an agreement to de-escalate tension in Ukraine, and he suggested that the U.S. and its allies are prepared to hit Moscow with additional sanctions in coming days. “So far at least, …Obama Says US Ready to Move on Further Russia SanctionsBusinessweekObama: New Russia sanctions are “teed up,” but Putin can change courseCBS NewsObama to Russia: More sanctions are ‘teed up’Washington PostTIME -Wall Street Journalall 277 news articles …read more    

Obama Says U.S. Ready to Move on Further Russia Sanctions – Bloomberg

BloombergObama Says U.S. Ready to Move on Further Russia SanctionsBloombergU.S. President Barack Obama, left, speaks during a joint news conference with Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, unseen, at the State Guest House in Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday, April 24, 2014.Obama: New Russia sanctions are “teed up,” but Putin can change courseCBS NewsFurther Sanctions on Russia Are ‘Teed Up’ Obama SaysTIMEObama to Russia: More sanctions are ‘teed up’Washington PostWall Street Journal -Financial Timesall 682 news articles …read more    

Korea ferry accused get court-appointed lawyer – Reuters

FirstpostKorea ferry accused get court-appointed lawyerReutersSEOUL (Reuters) – The captain and two crew of a South Korean ferry that sank last week have a state appointed attorney to represent them as they face charges of negligence relating to the deaths of hundreds of passengers. Captain Lee Joon-seok, 69, and …South Korean ferry disaster: crew member says staff were ordered to leave …ABC OnlineClasses begin at South Korean school hit hard by ferry disaster; toll hits 159Fox NewsAngry parents seek autopsies of S Korea ferry victimsHindustan TimesTIME -The Globe and Mail -Reuters Indiaall 2,686 news articles …read more    

UPDATE 2-Body of Korean boy who raised ferry alarm believed found – Reuters

CNNUPDATE 2-Body of Korean boy who raised ferry alarm believed foundReuters(Adds comments from crew). By James Pearson and Kahyun Yang. SEOUL, April 24 (Reuters) – A South Korean boy whose shaking voice first raised the alarm that an overloaded ferry with hundreds of children on board was sinking has been found drowned …Classes begin at South Korean school hit hard by ferry disaster; toll hits 159Fox NewsDivers Continue Search as South Korea Ferry Probe Turns to CargoBusinessweekKorean prosecutors raid shipping safety watchdog after ferry disasterThe Standard Digital NewsArirang News -Financial Times -Boston Globeall 2,688 news articles …read more    

Does the Palestinian Deal Jeopardize Peace Talks? – Bloomberg

Philly.comDoes the Palestinian Deal Jeopardize Peace Talks?BloombergApril 24 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Elliott Gotkine reports on rival Palestinian factions agreeing to form a unity government which complicates efforts to revive U.S.-mediated peace talks with Israel. He speaks to Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on Bloomberg …Foreign Ministry: Palestinian reconciliation not near implementationHaaretzFatah-Hamas deal could threaten Mideast talksPhilly.comFatah-Hamas deal nightmare for USPress TVAl-Arabiya -Ahram Onlineall 138 news articles …read more    

Asian stocks drop on no trade deal in Obama visit – Washington Post

Washington PostAsian stocks drop on no trade deal in Obama visitWashington PostTOKYO — Asian shares were mixed as stocks in Tokyo slipped Thursday after talks between Japan’s prime minister and visiting President Barack Obama produced little on a trade agreement. epa04176175 Shane Red Hawk of the Sicangu Lakota band of the …Tokyo Shares End Lower as Obama-Abe Summit Fails to InspireWall Street JournalStock futures advanceUSA TODAYObama reaffirms commitment to Japan deal over islands dispute with ChinaCNN Internationaleuronews -BBC News -The Australianall 3,069 news articles …read more