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Sudan blames Israeli air strike hit for munitions plant blasts

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan said on Wednesday that an Israeli air strike had caused the huge explosion and fire at an arms factory in Khartoum that killed two people, but Israel's defence minister declined to comment.

Letters

A day caught between joy and sadness

It isnt easy being wedged in the delight of sharing the happiness of a friend who turned 90 while mourning the demise of another.

Other Sport

Armstrong’s big and costly disgrace now fully complete

PARIS: There was an Armstrong who walked on the moon and another, Louis, who sang sweet jazz. But Lance Armstrong, seven-time Tour de France winner?

World

Sudan blames Israeli air strike hit for munitions plant blasts

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan said on Wednesday that an Israeli air strike had caused the huge explosion and fire at an arms factory in Khartoum that killed two people, while Israel's defence and foreign ministry declined to comment.

World

Guantanamo defence wants records from drone strike in Yemen

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - Lawyers for a Guantanamo prisoner accused of masterminding the deadly attack on the USS Cole asked on Wednesday for government records about a U.S. drone strike that killed another man identified as the mastermind of the attack.

World

Sudan blames Israeli air strike hit for munitions plant blasts

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan said on Wednesday that an Israeli air strike had caused the huge explosion and fire at an arms factory in Khartoum that killed two people, while Israel's defence and foreign ministry declined to comment.

Nation

Shahnaz Majid says ex-husband racked up RM700,000 in credit card expenses

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir charged more than RM700,000 to one of his credit cards between last December and June this year.

TECH

Apple’s Schiller defends iPad mini’s price tag

Apple's marketing wizard says consumers will be willing to pay for quality not found in rival devices.

World

Leak will send ex-CIA officer to prison

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (Reuters) - A former Central Intelligence Agency officer is expected to spend 2 1/2 years in prison for telling a journalist the name of a covert agent, marking the first time in 27 years that someone will go to prison for blowing the cover of a CIA agent.

Business

Swedbank warns of limited credit growth as eurozone woes weigh

STOCKHOLM: Swedish banking group Swedbank warned on Tuesday of limited credit growth and low interest rates as the effects of the eurozone debt crisis start to drag on the Nordic economy after posting forecast-beating third-quarter earnings.