International news of July 19, 2008

2008-07-19 13:35:57 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - World News News)

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International news of July 19, 2008

Mosque schools in UK teach citizenship to students
First trial at Guantanamo Bay to get underway soon
Leak detected at French nuclear factory
IAEA chief meets Indian and US officials
UK knife crimes – one more teenager stabbed to death

Mosque schools in UK teach citizenship to students

London: Mosque schools in UK dished out new method of keeping Muslim students away from extremism. They are being taught citizenship. The teachings are aimed to show the Muslim students that no conflict exists between religions.

First trial at Guantanamo Bay to get underway soon

Washington (AP) The US Federal court cleared the way for the court hearing of Guantanamo Bay prisoners on Thursday by rejecting the plea of the defended to stop the first trial under military court. Osama Bin Laden’s former driver could be brought to trial next week.

Leak detected at French nuclear factory

Paris (Reuters0: Uranium leak that could date back to past many years have been detected in Areva, the French nuclear firm after the authorities in France ordered safety checks in all the 19 nuclear power plants of the country.

IAEA chief meets Indian and US officials

Vienna (Reuters) The IAEA chief met senior US and Indian official on Friday. The meeting was held to discuss plans on nuclear inspection of the Indian nuclear facilities.

UK knife crimes – one more teenage stabbed to death

London: The measures taken by police in UK seem futile. The police in UK reported to have found 18 year old male in injured condition in South London. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital. The number of deaths by knife stabbing rises to 21.

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