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Mo. attempting to shut down a local highway on Wednesday were reportedly blocked by a phalanx of police officers in a confrontation that risked turning violent The demonstration was planned as an effort to get Missouri Governor Jay Nixon to appoint a special prosecutor in the case against Darren Wilson the Ferguson police officer who shot dead unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown last month Local reports indicate that protesters were planning to shut down a part of Interstate 70 but were stymied by the large police presence News station KMOV reports the Missouri Highway Patrol warned protesters "Attempting to block an interstate highway is unsafe and unacceptable" Live streams of the protest showed several demonstrators being arrested The protest comes just one day after the Ferguson city council held its first meeting since Brown’s shooting According to CNN the meeting was met with protests and calls for justice for the dead teenager One of the agenda items was reportedly to consider creating a citizen-review board that would work directly with local police Write to Maya Rhodan at [email protected] Zimbabwe: In a surprise address to the nation after months of silence Zimbabwe’s former leader Robert Mugabe emerged just hours before Monday’s historic election declaring that: "I will not vote for those who have illegally taken power" and turning his back on the ruling party he long controlled Slow and rambling the 94-year-old Mugabe spoke to reporters on Sunday with bitterness about his dramatic removal in November under military pressure and amid a ruling party feud He was coy about endorsing anyone ahead of the election in which the former deputy that he fired President Emmerson Mnangagawa faces a 40-year-old lawyer and pastor Nelson Chamisa He indicated however that Chamisa was the only viable candidate Former Zimbabwean -president Robert Mugabe at a press briefing at his residence in Harare ahead of election AP "I cannot vote for those who have tormented me" Mugabe said in a reference to Mnangagwa who took office with the military’s support "I cannot vote for ZANU-PF" the ruling party that has rejected him as well Mugabe who has backed a new political party that is part of a coalition supporting Chamisa said of him: "He seems to be doing well at his rallies. I wish to meet him if he wins" And he added: "Whoever wins we wish him well . And let us accept the verdict" Later on Sunday Mnangagwa said in a video posted on Facebook that Chamisa had "forged a deal" with Mugabe and that a vote for the opposition leader amounted to an endorsement of the old order "We can no longer believe that his intentions are to transform Zimbabwe and rebuild our nation" the president said Chamisa meanwhile said at a news conference that he welcomed the vote of Mugabe or any other Zimbabwean and that "you don’t discriminate against voters" Many in Zimbabwe knew no other leader but Mugabe who led the country for 37 years after independence from white minority rule in 1980 What began with optimism crumbled into repression of the opposition alleged vote-rigging violent land seizures from white farmers and years of international sanctions The southern Africa nation hopes that a credible vote on Monday could get those sanctions lifted and bring badly needed investment for a collapsed economy Mnangagwa a former Mugabe confidante has tried to recast himself as a voice for reform inviting back Western dozens of election observers and pledging a free and fair vote Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace AP Mugabe defended Zimbabwe’s election commission after Chamisa and the opposition raised concerns that the vote will be flawed saying that "it acts quite freely" And in a breathtaking statement he asserted that his long stay in office had been free from meddling: "It was not the army that ensured I remained in power" He blamed "evil and malicious characters" for his resignation which was met with a joyous outpouring by thousands of people in the capital Harare and elsewhere "I was a fool to have him next to me" he said of Mnangagwa whom he accused of conniving with the military chief to pull off a "coup" Mugabe said he resigned to avoid "bloodshed" and defended his wife Grace who just months ago appeared to be positioning herself for the presidency: "Leave leave leave my wife alone" Zimbabwe’s former leader who appeared to have finally allowed his hair to go gray spent the final question musing on his legacy reminding people of his years in prison during the country’s fight for liberation and his work raising literacy and education standards "I tried to do my best" he said as journalists began to drift away While Mugabe who has largely remained quiet in his Harare home since leaving power spoke largely of the past Zimbabweans are already impatient for the future — and Monday’s vote The 2013 budget proposed by President Barack Obama last week would give the National Institutes of Health (NIH) not a penny more than it received this year But the Administration found a way to give special attention to one disease: Alzheimer’s which will receive $80 million in new research funding from a source outside NIH’s budget This month the Administration also announced to the surprise of many at NIH that the agency will reprogram $50 million in its current budget for the disease Alzheimer’s research advocates credit the new focus to several years of organized lobbying Read the full text (Science magazine log-in required) Kolkata: As former Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy joined the BJP its West Bengal state unit on Friday said the party would not stand behind or give cover to any leader found guilty in the eyes of the law but added that Roy’s guilt remains to be proved File image of Dilip Ghosh Image Courtesy: Twitter/@DilipGhoshBJP The one time second-in-command of Trinamool Roy’s name figures in both the Saradha ponzi scam and Narada sting cases "Those who are found guilty will be punished The party won’t stand behind them or give them cover Leaders of a lot of parties including the CPM have got involved" said West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh Regarding Roy Ghosh said it was yet to be proved that he was guilty "It remains to be proved that he is involved The state government has sent to jail some of our party leaders also by involving them in various cases That doesn’t mean they are involved" he said State Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury trained his guns on Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee alleging she believed in the "use and throw" policy and that Roy switched over to the BJP as he had no other option "Mukul Roy has been groomed in the Congress gharana (family) He has gone to the BJP because there was no other option before him "It is also a big question why Mukul Roy who founded the Trinamool and was also its second in command at some point of time had to leave the party "That’s because the Trinamool supremo believes in the use and throw policy" he said Roy had been sidelined in the Trinamool in the months leading up to his resignation from the party He was divested of all posts and responsibilities and ignored in crucial party matters In an organisational reshuffle Banerjee even abolished the Vice President’s post he had been holding for over a year Late September Roy announced his decision to quit the party and his Rajya Sabha membership He formally joined the BJP on Friday in New Delhi in the presence of its senior leaders The CPM led Left Front however saw a covert nexus between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Banerjee in the latest episode "Banerjee used him for all her dirty work and has released him for the time being And now Modibhai has roped him to do the similar dirty jobs for him "It will be Roy’s job to ensure the relations between Modibhai and didibhai (read Mamata who is populary called ‘didi’ or elder sister) are not spoiled" said LF legislature party leader Sujan Chakraborty But Chakraborty wondered whether Trinamool or Roy can survive in this way "If Trinamool or Roy think they can survive through such stratagems I’ll say that is a remote possibility" Describing Roy as one of the main actors in the Saradha scam Chakraborty said: "BJP has now proved that even such people can take shelter in its fold" rather than taking us out of it? 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the first offensive use of chemical weapons in Europe since World War II involving a highly lethal substance in a populated area endangering countless other members of the community "It takes into account advice from the UK Government that the substance used on 4 March was a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia Such an attack cannot be tolerated by any sovereign nation We strongly support the call on Russia to disclose the full extent of its chemical weapons program in accordance with international law" she said Moscow has denied these allegations "The attack was part of a pattern of reckless and deliberate conduct by the Russian state that constitutes a growing threat to international security global non-proliferation rules against the use of chemical weapons the rights of other sovereign nations and the international rules-based order that underpins them" said Bishop She said that Australia has had strong sanctions in place since 2014 in response to Russia’s threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine "We also continue to support international efforts to bring to justice those responsible for the downing of MH17 and we have called out unacceptable Russian action in cyberspace" said Bishop "In the same way we will vigorously back the UKs full investigation of the nerve agent attack" she said The minister stressed Australia’s commitmentwith its allies and partners to deter Russia’s actions where they are a threat to international security "This is why the Government is overhauling offences for espionage secrecy and treason and for the first time establishing powerful new foreign interference offences in legislation currently before the Parliament" she said Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday lambasted the Karnataka government for not giving right of way for power transmission projects saying that if the way had been given the Southern Grid capacity could have been expanded four times within five years Southern Grid transmission capacity he said was enhanced 89 percent in the last three years due to which states can draw power round the clock File image of Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal PTI "I have committed to further double this capacity in the next three years We would have expanded the capacity of Southern Grid four times in five years. There are some who like to talk to the players. Other areas are Kaura-Namoda, women are losing the numbers game.947 votes,” says her sister Isha Price. Serena couldn’t shake a sense of sadness.

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