Myanmar: Curfew After Deadly Clashes
Myanmar: Curfew After Deadly Clashes
Britain's Blur Claim Sixth Number One Album With 'The Magic Whip'
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Authorities have imposed a curfew in Mandalay, Myanmar's second city, following nights of deadly communal violence between Buddhists and Muslims. Two people have been killed and 14 injured since rioting erupted Tuesday. Eight separate conflicts took place in the region over two nights, involving gangs of as many as 450 people, some armed with weapons including swords, firearms, knives, rods and "incendiary materials. Myanmar is a predominantly Buddhist country, with Muslims estimated to account for about 5% of the population.
The Official Charts Company said, British band Blur hit the top of the UK album chart on Sunday with "The Magic Whip", the group's first number one album in 12 years. Nearly 24 years since their debut album, Blur saw off Taylor Swift's "1989" and James Bay's "Chaos and the Calm", which placed second and third respectively. Former number one "Stages" by Josh Groban charted in fourth, ahead of "Title" by Meghan Trainor.
Kourtney Kardashian made fight night a family fun night! The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared on her Instagram page on Saturday a photo of herself sitting on a coach with son Mason Disick, 5, daughter Penelope Disick, 2, and partner Scott Disick, who is seen grabbing the little girl's foot playfully. The group was joined by another couple and their two kids as they prepared to watch the pay-per-view Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao boxing match, which Mayweather won. Kourtney wrote, "Fight night pajama party! #toddsmyBFF."
Nearly 4,500 migrants were plucked from boats off the coast of Libya over the weekend and 10 bodies were recovered, Italy's coast guard and navy said, in what looked to be the biggest rescue mission of its kind so far this year. Two weeks after nearly 900 boat people drowned in the worst Mediterranean shipwreck in living memory, the flow of people from Africa desperate to reach a better life in Europe has accelerated, as people smugglers take advantage of calmer seas. Seven bodies were found on two large rubber boats packed with migrants and rescuers plucked from the sea the corpses of three others who had jumped into the water when they saw a merchant ship approaching, the coast guard said. Separately, authorities in Egypt said that three died when a migrant boat attempting to reach Greece sank off its coast. Thirty-one people were rescued.
Boko Haram fighters killed older boys and men in front of their families before taking women and children into the forest where many died of hunger and disease, freed captives said on Sunday after they were brought to a government refugee camp. The Nigerian army rescued hundreds of women and children last week from the Islamist fighters in northern Nigeria's Sambisa Forest in a major operation that has turned international attention to the plight of hostages. After days on the road in pickup trucks, hundreds were released on Sunday into the care of authorities at a refugee camp in the eastern town of Yola to be fed and treated for injuries. They have been able to speak to reporters for the first time. One of the freed women, Asabe Umaru, describing her captivity in the forest said, "They didn't allow us to move an inch," "If you needed the toilet, they followed you. We were kept in one place. We were under bondage." She added, "We thank God to be alive today. We thank the Nigerian army for saving our lives."
Thousands have protested against Moldova's government, saying it has failed to implement reforms to bring the country closer to the European Union. Protesters also called on the government to investigate the disappearance of $1.5 billion from the state-owned Savings Bank, and the private banks Unibank and the Social Bank, in November 2014 before elections. Thousands of people demonstrated in Chisinau on Sunday, waving Moldovan and EU flags yelling "Down with the thieves!" and "We want the billions back!" There were no reports of violence. Moldovan officials have recently launched an investigation into the disappearance of the money. Moldova's currency has lost 20 percent value this year. The current government is backed by communists, who favor a slower approach to reforms. Moldova signed an association agreement with the EU last year.
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