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International News on November 14, 2012

  • Millions of workers in Spain went on strike protesting the anti-austerity measures saying that they have made the economic crisis worse. Meanwhile, police and protesters also clashed in Spain. Most of the flights from Spain were cancelled, factories and ports came to a stand still due to the employees strike.
  • The French government has announced that it is recognizing a newly formed Syrian rebel coalition. Meanwhile, Syrian authorities have ordered airstrikes on the third straight day near the Turkish border.
  • The nanny in Manhattan who was alleged to stab two children to death last month has been indicted on murder charges. The nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, was alleged to have stabbed six-year-old Lucia Krim and her brother Leo on 25 October 2012 in their Upper West Side apartment.
  • Pakistan authorities have released several Taliban prisoners on the request of the Afghan government to facilities a peace process between the militant group and Afghanistan. The prisoners were described as mid and low-level fights in the Taliban militant group.
  • Three killed and at least seven others were injured in a bomb attack by rebels of SPLM against Kadogli. Nearly five rockets were fired on the evening of 13 November.

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