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The officers concerned say they mistook him for a suspect. An Austrian man has been arrested in Vienna on suspicion of having jihadi contacts. Special forces arrested the 18-year-old with a migrant background on Friday. The country's interior minister said an imminent attack had been prevented, while police urged people to report any abandoned bags.
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A lot of people thought he might be at the front of the queue? He might be but I think it's more likely you will meet key allies before he meets someone who he has got it? And its relationship with. If he was to meet Vladimir Putin to seem, there would be a lot of questions over why he was meeting him before Angela Merkel or Theresa May. We think the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to be first in line.
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BAGAN DATUK: The change in the United States administration, now helmed by President Donald Trump, is unlikely to affect the policies or cooperation on security matters between Malaysia and the United States, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pix). He said all the memoranda of understanding on combating cross-border crime would remain in force. "In the long term, despite a change in the president, all policies and cooperation established earlier, such as crime prevention, will remain in force," he said. Ahmad Zahid, who is also Home Minister, spoke to reporters after presenting schooling aid and prizes for excellence in the Primary School Assessment Examination, here, today. Trump was sworn in at about 1am today (just after noon EST Jan 20 in the United States) as the 45th president of the United States, taking over from Barack Obama who was president for two four-year terms.
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Turkey's deputy prime minister said it is no longer realistic to insist on a solution to the Syrian conflict that excludes President Bashar al-Assad. Turkey, which is co-sponsoring Syrian peace talks with Russia that begin in Astana on January 23, has previously acknowledged that Assad remains an important actor in Syria. Read more here The post RFE/RL: Turkey says no longer realistic' to exclude Assad from Syria peace deal appeared first on KyivPost .
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You know, the enemies keep saying "That's terrible" but it is a way of bypassing dishonest media, right? Some speculation as well this morning that Theresa May could be coming to Washington a little bit earlier than anticipated. We had not been anticipating a visit from the British Prime Minister until next month. The rest speculation she could come as early as Thursday of this week. -- there is.
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JOHOR BARU: There is an urgent need for Malaysia to set up a sex offender registry, according to Home Deputy Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed. He said such registry would alert the public on any sexual offender who might be in their midst such as in the same neighbourhood. He said the registry should be placed under the charge of the Royal Malaysian Police. "Other countries keep a sex offender registry where names of sexual offenders are listed and displayed for the public to view, he told reporters last night after the lighting of lamps at Jalan Tan Hiok Nee here, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration. He was asked to comment on a Malaysian man who would probably be returning to the country after serving his 24-year sentence in Canada. The man, as reported in Canadian newpapers, was imprisoned in 1992 for sexual predation, drugs and other offences, and would complete his term at the end of this month.
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Tributes are still pouring in for legendary jazz icon Thandi Klaasen who passed away last Sunday morning, after losing her battle with pancreatic cancer. Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has described her as feisty, smart and full of life. She will be laid to rest next week. For now, let's take a look at this insert on her life and music. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak today called on Malaysians to fight extremism which he described as the enemy of unity. He said extremism could exist in any religion, but this did not warrant anyone to generalise the religion's followers as extremists. Najib stressed that people should not be judged based on their religion, skin colour or culture. Instead, every person should be looked at based on his or her personal character, he said. "The problem is not with the religion we embrace; the problem lies with extremism," he said. "We have Muslim extremists such as Daesh, we have Buddhist extremists such as in Rakhine, Myanmar, we have Christian extremists, Jewish extremists," he said when addressing almost 1,000 participants of the 'Moment of Unity' programme at the Perdana Botanical Gardens here. Also present were Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Joseph Kurup and National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia President Datuk Ter Leong Yap.
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-- his. Now to Brexit. The British minister laid out her vision for leaving the European Union this week. No one can say it was not clear. -- Prime Minister. She had specific objectives, like leaving the EU single market, a threat, and her hopes. Underlying her pitch was also England was leaving the EU, it was in the interest of other members to yield to free trade and cooperation.
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Prime Minister Theresa May had to wait for an invitation. I look forward to working with her. Any minister needs to get on with America, even if you do not like them and think they are crazy. You need to get on with them. That relationship is so important to the United Kingdom. I am interested to know your feelings before the meeting bearing in mind some of the things Donald Trump has said about women. I feel awkward reading this out. I think it is important to listen again to what he has been recorded as saying in the past about women.
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Sputnik Foreign Minister said that Russia is ready to transform its dialogue with the United States toward a more constructive path. MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia is ready to transform its dialogue with the United States toward a more constructive path, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday. Russia… is ready to do its part of the work to rechannel dialogue with Washington toward a constructive channel, primarily in order to find effective responses to the challenges of terrorism, Lavrov said at an opening ceremony for political consultations among members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Since 2014, relations between Russia and the United States deteriorated amid the crisis in Ukraine, and Washington as well as Brussels and their allies have introduced several rounds of anti-Russia sanctions over Moscow's alleged involvement in the Ukrainian conflict.