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For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Mogadishu | Published: September 11 2017 6:05 pm Top News Somali government forces have regained control of a town on the border with Kenya after al Shabaab militants stormed an army base there on Monday causing heavy clashes in which at least 17 people died the military said Islamist insurgents attacked the base at Balad Hawo early in the morning with a car suicide bombing before entering the compound both sides said “We were awoken by a suicide car bomb this morning and then fierce battle followed” Major Mohamed Abdullahi told Reuters from the town “We chased al Shabaab out of the town” he said Al Shabaab spokesman Abdiasis Abu Musab said the group’s fighters left the town after releasing 35 prisoners from the local jail At least 30 soldiers were killed he said According to the military official at least 10 soldiers and seven al Shabaab militants were killed though the death toll on both sides could still rise Formed in 2006 Al Shabaab wants to topple the Western-backed government and impose its strict interpretation of Islam Somalia has been at war since 1991 when clan-based warlords overthrew dictator Siad Barre and then turned on each other Al Shabaab carry out frequent attacks on security and government targets but also on civilians They also target African Union peacekeeping troops Residents confirmed fighting had ended and that the militants had left the town “Now Balad Hawo is calm and government forces fully control it” Ahmed Hassan a resident of the town told Reuters Hassan said he saw 13 bodies collected from the military base For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Huntsville | Published: September 23 2017 7:20 am US President Donald Trump arrives at a campaign rally for Senator Luther Strange in Huntsville Alabama US September 22 2017 REUTERS/Aaron P Bernstein Top News President Donald Trump injected himself into a bitter US Senate primary fight in Alabama on Friday putting to the test his ability to enlist his anti-establishment voters to come to the aid of an endangered Republican incumbent Trump spoke at a rally in Huntsville Alabama on behalf of Senator Luther Strange who was appointed after the seat was left vacant when Jeff Sessions was named Trump’s attorney general Strange is trying to ward off a challenge from Roy Moore an arch-conservative former state Supreme Court justice in a runoff election next week Polls show the race to be close Trump appeared on stage as the latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare looked to be faltering after Republican Senator John McCain announced his opposition to a measure to repeal and replace the healthcare law McCain’s opposition could spell doom for the bill which the Senate may vote on it next week because Republicans can afford to lose few votes among their own When Trump mentioned McCain’s name in front of the arena crowd of more than 7000 attendees booed lustily Trump expressed optimism that the bill could still pass “We’re going to do it eventually” he said He also continued to engage in a rhetorical sparring match with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un again referring to him as “Rocket Man” to the crowd’s cheers “We can’t have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place” Trump said The evening was reminiscent of the raucous campaign rallies that helped define Trump’s insurgent presidential candidacy and the president’s popularity in this region appeared undiminished As he has frequently done in such settings he spent a significant portion of his remarks discussing his surprise victory last November He also again rejected any suggestion that his triumph was aided by Russian interference in the election “Russia did not help me That I can tell you” Trump said “Are there any Russians in the audience” Trump however was in Huntsville not to back the maverick candidate Moore but instead the establishment favorite Strange A win by Moore in Alabama could embolden other insurgent candidates to challenge Republican incumbents in next year’s congressional elections and perhaps give an edge to Democrats in some of those races Trump’s involvement in the Alabama race could help bolster his strained relationship with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell whose help the president needs to advance his agenda on taxes healthcare and immigration McConnell has strongly supported Strange viewing him as a reliable vote to further the Republican Party’s legislative agenda Hours before Trump was due to arrive in Alabama his housing secretary Ben Carson issued a statement in support of Moore as “truly someone who reflects the Judeo-Christian values that were so important to the establishment of our country” “I wish him well and hope everyone will make sure they vote on Tuesday” Carson said stopping short of asking people in Alabama to vote for Moore Republican leaders fear that candidates who are too far to the right could lose to Democrats who are seeking to wrest control of the House and the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections Strange 64 and dubbed “Big Luther” in reference to his 6-foot-9 stature has been backed by nearly $9 million of advertising from a McConnell-allied political action committee Trump implored the crowd to back Strange so that “we can defend your interests fight for your values and always put America first” Moore 70 is a religious conservative who twice lost his position as the state’s top judge He was ousted in 2003 after refusing to comply with a federal court order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state Supreme Court building He is also known for his opposition to gay rights He is popular with many of the same conservative voters who backed Trump last November “A lot of people love Trump and love Roy Moore” said Ford O’Connell a Republican strategist who has worked for Strange in Alabama Trump’s embrace of Strange has put him at odds with his former adviser Steve Bannon and the nationalistic wing of the party Breitbart the conservative news site that Bannon oversees has repeatedly attacked Strange as a Washington insider while praising Moore as an outsider in the mold of Trump when he was a presidential candidate For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Jakarta | Published: May 12 2015 9:03 am Hundreds of migrants abandoned at sea by smugglers in Southeast Asia have reached land and relative safety in the past two days But an estimated 6000 Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar remain trapped in crowded wooden boats migrant officials and activists said (AP Photo) Related News Hundreds of migrants abandoned at sea by smugglers in Southeast Asia have reached land and relative safety in the past two days But an estimated 6000 Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar remain trapped in crowded wooden boats migrant officials and activists said With food and clean water running low some could be in grave danger One vessel that reached Indonesian waters early Monday was stopped by the Navy and given food water and directions to Malaysia Worried that boats will start washing to shore with dead bodies the UN High Commissioner for Refugees the United States and several other foreign governments and international organizations have held emergency meetings but participants say there are no immediate plans to search for vessels in the busy Malacca Strait Share This Article Related Article One of the concerns is what to do with the Rohingya if a rescue is launched The minority group is denied citizenship in Myanmar and other countries have long worried that opening their doors to a few would result in an unstemmable flow of poor uneducated migrants “These are people in desperate straits” said Phil Robertson of Human Rights Watch in Bangkok calling on governments to band together to help those still stranded at sea some for two months or longer “Time is not on their side” The Rohingya who are Muslim have for decades suffered from state-sanctioned discrimination in Buddhist-majority Myanmar which considers them illegal settlers from Bangladesh even though their families have lived there for generations Attacks on members of the religious minority numbering at around 13 million have in the past three years left up to 280 people dead and forced 140000 others from their homes They now live under apartheid-like conditions in crowded camps just outside the Rakhine state capital Sittwe where they have little access to school or adequate health care The conditions at home — and lack of job opportunities — have sparked one of the biggest exoduses of boat people since the Vietnam War Chris Lewa director of the non-profit Arakan Project which has been monitoring boat departures and arrivals for more than a decade estimates more than 100000 men women and children have boarded ships since mid-2012 Most are trying to reach Malaysia but recent regional crackdowns on human trafficking networks have sent brokers and agents into hiding making it impossible for migrants to disembark — in some cases even after family members have paid $2000 or more for their release she said Lewa believes up to 6000 Rohingya and Bangaldeshis are still on small and large boats in the Malacca Strait and nearby international waters Tightly confined and with limited access to food and clean water their health is deteriorating she said adding that dozens of deaths have been reported “I’m very concerned about smugglers abandoning boatloads at sea” said Lewa In the last two days 1600 Rohingya have washed to shore in two Southeast Asian countries After four boats carrying nearly 600 people successfully landed in western Indonesia with some migrants jumping into the water and swimming a fifth carrying hundreds more was turned away early Monday Indonesia’s Navy spokesman First Adm Manahan Simorangkir said they were trying to go to Malaysia but got thrown off course “We didn’t intend to prevent them from entering our territory but because their destination country was not Indonesia we asked them to continue to the country where they actually want to go” he said Those who made it to shore aboard the other boats on Sunday were taken to a sports stadium in Lhoksukon the capital of North Aceh District to be cared for and questioned said Lt Col Achmadi chief of police in the area who uses only one name Some were getting medical attention “We had nothing to eat” said Rashid Ahmed a 43-year-old Rohingya man who was on one of the boats He said he left Myanmar’s troubled state of Rakhine with his eldest son three months ago A Bangladeshi man Mohamed Malik said he felt uncertain about being stranded in Aceh but also relieved “Relieved to be here because we receive food medicine It’s altogether a relief” the man said Police also found a big wooden ship late Sunday night trapped in the sand in shallow waters at a beach of Langkawi an island off Malaysia and have since located 865 men 101 women and 52 children said Jamil Ahmed the area’s deputy police chief He added many appeared weak and thin and that at least two other boats have not been found “We believe there may be more boats coming” Jamil said Thailand has long been considered a regional hub for human traffickers The tactics of brokers and agents started changing in November as authorities began tightening security on land — a move apparently aimed at appeasing the US government as it prepares to release its annual Trafficking in Persons report next month Last year Thailand was downgraded to the lowest level putting it on par with North Korea and Syria Rohingya packing into ships in the Bay of Bengal have been joined in growing numbers by Bangladeshis fleeing poverty and hoping to find a better life elsewhere Up until recently their first stop was Thailand where they were held in open pens in jungle camps as brokers collected “ransoms” from relatives Those who could pay continued onward usually to Malaysia or other countries Those who couldn’t were sometimes beaten killed or left to die Since May 1 police have unearthed two dozen bodies from shallow graves in the mountains of southern Thailand the apparent victims of smuggling rings they say Thai authorities have since arrested dozens of people including a powerful mayor and a man named Soe Naing otherwise known as Anwar who was accused of being one of the trafficking kingpins in southern Thailand More than 50 police officers are also under investigation Spooked by the arrests smugglers are abandoning ships sometimes disappearing in speedboats with rudimentary instructions to passengers as to which way to go Vivian Tan the UN refugee agency’s regional press officer in Bangkok Thailand said there is real sense of urgency from the international community “At this point I’m not sure what the concrete next steps are or should be” she said of a string of meetings with diplomats and international organizations “But there doesn’t seem to be a clear mechanism in this region for responding to something like this” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News
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Pakistan strongly denied the Indian allegations. By the way.