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Bayern grinds out 2-0 win at lowly Braunschweig

Bayern's Claudio Pizarro of Peru sends kisses to fans after scoring during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Eintracht Braunschweig and Bayern Munich in Braunschweig, Germany, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) BERLIN (AP) — Bayern Munich ground out a hard-fought 2-0 victory over bottom side Eintracht Braunschweig on Saturday to end the champions' three-game winless streak in the Bundesliga.


Boko Haram claims bombing in Nigeria's capital

A screengrab taken on April 19, 2014, from a video obtained by AFP shows a man claiming to be the leader of Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram Abubakar Shekau Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the deadliest attack ever in Nigeria’s capital in a video obtained Saturday, as the search continued for 85 schoolgirls still missing after a mass abduction by the Islamists. The bombing at a bus station packed with morning commuters early on Monday killed at least 75 people on the outskirts of Abuja, hours before gunmen kidnapped 129 girls from a school in northeastern Borno state, Boko Haram's base. "We are the ones who carried out the attack in Abuja," Boko Haram’s leader Abubakar Shekau said in video message obtained by AFP. Shekau, declared a global terrorist by the United States which has a $7 million (5.1 million euro) bounty on his head, spoke in Arabic and the Hausa language that is dominant in northern Nigeria, with a Kalashnikov resting on his left shoulder.


Everest avalanche a reminder of risks Sherpas face

Mother of Nepalese mountaineer Ang Kaji Sherpa, killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest, holds prayers beads in her hand and cries while she waits for his body at Sherpa Monastery in Katmandu, Nepal, Saturday, April 19, 2014. Search teams recovered a 13th body Saturday from the snow and ice covering a dangerous climbing pass on Mount Everest, where an avalanche a day earlier swept over a group of Sherpa guides in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak. The Sherpa people are one of the main ethnic groups in Nepal's alpine region, and many make their living as climbing guides on Everest and other Himalayan peaks. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha) KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — The rescuers moved quickly, just minutes after the first block of ice tore loose from Mount Everest and started an avalanche that roared down the mountain, ripping through teams of guides hauling gear.


South Sudan army battles rebels in worsening war

South Sudanese security forces stand next to weapons intercepted from a UN peacekeeping mission in Rumbek on March 8, 2014 South Sudan's army said on Saturday they had "lost communication" with commanders battling rebels in a key oil state where rebels have seized a major town, amid a worsening conflict engulfing the young nation. However, army spokesman Malaak Ayuen said the situation was "all calm" in the flashpoint town of Bor, where at least 58 people were killed and more than 100 others wounded when gunmen stormed a UN base on Thursday. The UN Security Council called the attack on the camp where thousands of civilians were sheltering an "outrage" that may "constitute a war crime". The top UN official in the war-torn nation, Toby Lanzer, praised peacekeepers for preventing what could have been a massacre of up to 5,000 people, and vowed the world body would use "lethal force" again to keep civilians under their protection from harm.


Penalty gives Cardiff a point against Stoke

Cardiff City's Peter Whittingham scores his side's first goal of the game during their English Premier League soccer match against Stoke City at the Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Andrew Matthews, PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES CARDIFF, Wales (AP) — Peter Whittingham's second-half penalty gave Cardiff a precious point in its fight for Premier League survival but the Welsh club still has it all to do.


Palace beats West Ham 1-0 in Premier League

West Ham United's Pablo Armero, right, and Crystal Palace's Cameron Jerome compete for the ball during their English Premier League soccer match at Upton Park, London, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Stephen Pond, PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES LONDON (AP) — Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty gave Crystal Palace a 1-0 win at West Ham for a club-record fifth straight win in the Premier League.


French journalists free after 10-month Syria hostage ordeal

A screengrab taken on April 19, 2014, from a video released by Dogan News Agency shows shows (from left to right) Edouard Elias, Didier Francois, Pierre Torres and Nicolas Henin arriving at the Mehmet Akif Inan hospital in Turkey Four French journalists taken hostage in Syria last year were freed on Saturday after a 10-month ordeal in the world's most dangerous country for the media. French President Francois Hollande announced the release of Edouard Elias, Didier Francois, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres, saying they were "in good health despite the very challenging conditions of their captivity". Turkish soldiers found the four men abandoned in no-man's land on the border with Syria overnight, wearing blindfolds and with their hands bound, the Turkish news agency Dogan reported. They had been captured in two separate incidents in June last year while covering the conflict in Syria.


Swansea wins 2-1 at Newcastle in EPL

Swansea City's Wilfried Bony celebrates his goal during their English Premier League soccer match against Newcastle United at St James' Park, Newcastle, England, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell) NEWCASTLE, England (AP) — Wilfried Bony scored twice to earn Swansea a crucial 2-1 win at Newcastle in the English Premier League on Saturday as Alan Pardew's team was handed a fifth consecutive loss and booed off the pitch.


Captain of sunken SKorean ferry, 2 crew arrested

MOKPO, South Korea (AP) — The captain of the ferry that sank off South Korea, leaving more than 300 missing or dead, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of negligence and abandoning people in need. Two crew members also were taken into custody, including a rookie third mate who a prosecutor said was steering in challenging waters unfamiliar to her when the accident occurred.

Christians mark Holy Fire rite on eve of Easter

Christian worshippers hold up candles lit from the 'Holy Fire' as thousands gather for the 'Holy Fire' ceremony at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City, on April 19, 2014 Thousands of Christian pilgrims thronged the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City Saturday amid tight security to celebrate the Holy Fire ceremony on the eve of Easter. Believers hold that a divine fire from heaven ignites a flame in the church, built on the site where Christians say Jesus Christ was crucified, buried and resurrected. The flame is then passed between worshippers, candle to candle. The crowd roared as the Holy Fire was lit, in an ancient annual rite dating to the 4th century AD to symbolise the resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday, an AFP correspondent said.


Confusion, anger as sunken ferry's relatives wait

Lee Jong-eui, 48, shows a photo of his nephew Nam Hyun-chul,17, one of missing passengers aboard the ferry Sewol sank off South Korea, during an interview at a gymnasium in Jindo, South Korea Saturday, April 19, 2014. Relatives of about 270 people missing have grown increasingly exasperated and distrusting of South Korean authorities, in part because of confusion, early missteps and perceived foot-dragging. For days, they have dealt with shock, fear and bewilderment. They have briefly been buoyed by new ideas for finding survivors, changes in death counts and the number of missing, even rumors of contact with trapped relatives, only to be let down later. (AP Photo/Gillian Wong) JINDO, South Korea (AP) — The informal briefing by a South Korean coast guard rescuer started calmly enough. He stood on a stage in front of relatives of those missing from a sunken ferry, explaining how divers trying to find their loved ones are hampered by poor visibility and can venture only so deep.


Balotelli leads AC Milan to 5th straight win

AC Milan forward Mario Balotelli, top, scores during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Livorno at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) ROME (AP) — Mario Balotelli set a personal record with his 14th goal of the Serie A season and set up another score as AC Milan beat visiting Livorno 3-0 on Saturday for its fifth straight win.


Novak Djokovic faces spell out with wrist injury

Novak Djokovic of Serbia serves the ball to Roger Federer of Switzerland during their semifinal match of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters tournament in Monaco, Saturday, April 19, 2014. Federer won 7-6 6-2. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) MONACO (AP) — Six-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will take a break from tennis to treat his sore right wrist.


Villa draws 0-0 with Southampton in Premier League

Aston Villa's Karim El Ahmadi, right, and Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin contest the ball during the English Premier League soccer match between Aston Villa and Southampton at Villa Park, in Birmingham, England, Saturday, April 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira) BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — Aston Villa ended a difficult week by earning a valuable point with a 0-0 draw against Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday to end a four-game losing streak.


Top Asian News at 4:00 p.m. GMT

MOKPO, South Korea (AP) — The captain of the ferry that sank off South Korea, leaving more than 300 missing or dead, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of negligence and abandoning people in need. Two crew members also were taken into custody, including a rookie third mate who a prosecutor said was steering in challenging waters unfamiliar to her when the accident occurred. The number of confirmed dead rose to 32 when three bodies were found in the murky water near the ferry, said coast guard spokesman Kim Jae-in. Divers know at least some bodies remain inside the vessel, but they have been unable to get inside.

Cibulkova to play Vekic in Malaysian Open final

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Top-seeded Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia overcame a fighting Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic 6-7 (3), 6-3, 6-3 in the semifinals of the Malaysian Open on Saturday.

Man arrested over murder of ex-IRA leader

A Police officer patrols the area close to where a prominent dissident republican was shot dead in west Belfast, Northern Ireland, Friday, April, 18, 2014. A senior Irish Republican Army hard-liner has been shot to death in Belfast three years after former comrades in his splinter group threatened to kill him. Nearby residents say gunmen escorted the victim, 43-year-old Tommy Crossan, to a fuel depot overlooked by houses and shot him in the head and body at close range. No group claimed responsibility. Police and politicians blamed Crossan’s former group, the Continuity IRA, for following through on 2011 death threats against him. The Continuity IRA accused him of keeping money from robberies and providing information on colleagues to British intelligence agents. Crossan denied this and refused to flee his native Catholic west Belfast. The major IRA faction, the Provisionals, renounced violence in 2005 but other militant groups remain active. Their last killing was in October. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison) DUBLIN (AP) — Police in Northern Ireland have arrested a man for questioning about the killing of a senior Irish Republican Army hard-liner.


US ground forces to be sent to Poland, report says

US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel(L) and Poland’s Minister of National Defense Tomasz Siemoniak(R) conduct a press conference April 17, 2014, in the media briefing room of the Pentagon in Washington, DC Poland's defense minister has said US ground forces will be sent to Poland to expand NATO's presence there as events continue to unfold in neighboring Ukraine, The Washington Post reported. Tomasz Siemoniak told the Post Friday that military planners were already working on the details and that Poland would play a lead role "under US patronage." He added that US ground troops would also likely be sent to the Baltic states, under the push to increase NATO's presence in Central and Eastern Europe.


Federer beats Djokovic to reach Monte Carlo final

Roger Federer of Switzerland returns the ball to Novak Djokovic of Serbia, during their semifinal match of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters tournament in Monaco, Saturday, April, 19, 2014. Federer won 7-6, 6-2. (AP Photo/Claude Paris) MONACO (AP) — Roger Federer ousted defending Monte Carlo Masters champion Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-2 on Saturday to set up an all-Swiss final against Stanislas Wawrinka.


Strong earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea

SYDNEY (AP) — A powerful earthquake struck off the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea on Saturday, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

Jonas grabs Valencia 1-1 draw at Osasuna in Spain

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Valencia forward Jonas came on in the second half and scored a late equalizer to secure a 1-1 draw at Osasuna in the Spanish league on Saturday.

Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart

In this September 1941 photo provided by Dick Felumlee, Kenneth and Helen Felumlee pose for a photo nearly three years before their marriage in February 1944. The Felumlees, who celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary in February, died 15 hours apart from each other last week. (AP Photo/Felumlee family) NASHPORT, Ohio (AP) — A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart.


Va. Beach mulls arena that could lure NBA, NHL

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Beach metropolitan area is one of the largest in the country without a major professional sports team, and numerous attempts to lure one here have repeatedly left sports fans in the area disappointed.

Magnitude 7.5 quake strikes off Papua New Guinea: USGS

Papua New Guinea sits on the so-called Pacific "Ring of Fire" -- a hotspot for seismic activity due to friction between tectonic plates A powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 struck off Papua New Guinea late Saturday, the US Geological Survey said. A tsunami warning was issued for Papua and the Solomon Islands by the Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, but it later cancelled the alert. The quake struck 75 kilometres (47 miles) southwest of the town of Panguna on Bougainville island at a depth of 30 kilometres just before 11:30 pm (1330 GMT), USGS said. Earlier Saturday, USGS reported that a 6.6-magnitude tremor had occurred in the same area.


VW to push electric cars in China as market opens

People pass row of Volkswagen e-Golf cars during company's annual news conference in Berlin By Jan Schwartz and Andreas Cremer BEIJING (Reuters) - Volkswagen will keep expanding Chinese operations and start selling battery-powered cars in the biggest auto market as the country rewards electric-vehicle buyers to tackle air pollution. VW said on Saturday it will add capacity in its top market, the destination of over a third of its 2.4 million first-quarter group deliveries, as economic stimulus measures and demand in China's interior regions fuel sales. VW group deliveries may increase to over 3.5 million cars this year, a record, from 3.27 million in 2013, Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn said at a company event. The German group, one of the first global automakers to establish production facilities in China during the 1980s, will push its environmental credentials as China moves to upgrade the economy and shift the focus away from heavy industry.


Egypt satirist Youssef goes off air to avoid influencing voters

Egyptian satirist and television host Bassem Youssef is surrounded by his supporters upon his arrival at the public prosecutor's office in Cairo, on March 31, 2013 Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef will stay off the air until after next month's presidential election to avoid influencing voters, his television network said on Saturday. The May 26-27 vote is widely expected to be won by former army chief Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, who is riding a wave of popularity after ousting Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. Youssef, nicknamed the "Egyptian Jon Stewart" after the American comedian he emulates, rose to prominence with his weekly show Al-Bernameg (The Programme), poking fun at Morsi and his supporters during the Islamist's turbulent year in office. The decision was taken to "avoid influencing the Egyptian voters' opinions and public opinion", the channel said, adding it was "keen on respecting the electoral process" in Egypt.


Ebola has killed 61 in Guinea since January

Health workers wearing protective suits walk in an isolation center for people infected with Ebola at Donka Hospital in Conakry on April 14, 2014 The Ebola virus has claimed 61 lives in Guinea out of 109 laboratory-confirmed cases since January, the government said Saturday. "From now on, biological analysis can be done more quickly, and the toll will no longer include any non-confirmed cases," government spokesman Damantang Albert Camara said in a statement. Gueckedou, a town in the south of the country which has suffered one of the largest outbreaks, has seen 34 deaths out of 58 confirmed cases. In the capital Conakry, with 36 confirmed cases, 15 people have died.


Kidnapped foreign journalists still held in Syria

Spanish journalist Marc Marginedas of El Periodico was taken hostage by jihadists before being freed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in March 2014 Several foreign reporters remain captive in Syria, dubbed by a media watchdog as the most dangerous country for journalists, after four French colleagues were freed Saturday after 10 months in captivity. Thirteen major international news organisations, including the New York Times, BBC News, Reuters, The Associated Press and Agence France-Presse, said in December that more than 30 journalists were being held in the war-ravaged country. Witnesses said gunmen seized him in northwestern Syria on November 22, 2012. Austin Tice, a former US marine, arrived in Syria without a visa in May 2012, a common practice among foreign journalists seeking to cover the conflict.


Nigeria preacher: Healer or controversial leader?

FILE - In this Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013 file photo, T.B. Joshua lays his hand on the head of a worshipper during a service at the Synagogue, Church of All Nations, in Lagos Nigeria. T.B. Joshua's Synagogue, Church of All Nations has branches around the world, and a recent YouTube video even credits him with predicting the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Joshua is one of the best-known preachers in Africa and among the most profitable in Nigeria, the go-to faith healer and spiritual guide for leaders such as the late Ghanaian president John Atta Mills, Malawian president Joyce Banda and former Zimbabwean prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai. The man who says he comes from the poor village of Arigidi is worth between $10 and $15 million based on assets, according to Forbes magazine, which in 2011 estimated his personal wealth. The church holds some 15,000 people with outside tents for the overflow and Sunday services are beamed worldwide. Yet critics say this wildly popular televangelist hinders efforts to curtail the spread of HIV and tuberculosis with testimonies by church-goers that faith and his holy water can cure both. He is also accused of taking advantage of his followers and tightly controlling those closest to him, who call him "Daddy."(AP Photo/Carley Petesch, file) LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — It's Sunday, and 15,000 people are seated in the enormous arena-like church, fanning themselves against the dusty humid air in Nigeria.


Bahrain car bomb 'kills two, wounds one'

A Bahraini forensic analyst inspects the debris of a car at the site of an explosion in the village of Al Maqsha, west of Manama, on April 19, 2014 Two people were killed Saturday when their car exploded in a Shiite village in Bahrain, the interior ministry said, although it was unclear whether the vehicle itself had been targeted. A third person was wounded in the blast and taken to hospital as civil defence personnel were hurt in a separate explosion, the ministry said. An uprising against the ruling Sunni dynasty in the Shiite majority kingdom began in 2011, and protesters still clash regularly with police. "Two burned bodies and one injured person were found" in a "civilian" car that exploded in the Shiite village of Mughsha, the interior ministry said.


Fiat Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China

FILE - In this July 1, 2012 file photo, Jeeps sit for sale at a Chrysler dealership in Springfield, Ill. Fiat and Chrysler announced an agreement Saturday, April 19, 2014, that they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File) ROME (AP) — Fiat and Chrysler say they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S.


Fiat Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China

FILE - In this July 1, 2012 file photo, Jeeps sit for sale at a Chrysler dealership in Springfield, Ill. Fiat and Chrysler announced an agreement Saturday, April 19, 2014, that they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File) ROME (AP) — Fiat and Chrysler say they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S.


Fiat Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China

FILE - In this July 1, 2012 file photo, Jeeps sit for sale at a Chrysler dealership in Springfield, Ill. Fiat and Chrysler announced an agreement Saturday, April 19, 2014, that they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File) ROME (AP) — Fiat and Chrysler say they will build three new Jeep models in China for the local market, the biggest for Jeeps outside the U.S.


Drone in Yemen kills 9 suspected al-Qaida fighters

People gather near a destroyed car that was carrying militants in the Sawmaa area of al-Bayda province, Yemen, Saturday, April 19, 2014. A Yemeni military official says an American drone strike has killed nine suspected al-Qaida militants and inadvertently killed and wounded some civilians. (AP Photo/Nasir al-Sanna'a) SANAA, Yemen (AP) — A U.S. drone strike in southern Yemen killed nine suspected al-Qaida militants and three civilians Saturday, authorities said, part of America's ongoing strikes in the country against what it considers the terror network's most dangerous local group.


Top Asian News at 3:30 p.m. GMT

MOKPO, South Korea (AP) — The captain of the ferry that sank off South Korea, leaving more than 300 missing or dead, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of negligence and abandoning people in need. Two crew members also were taken into custody, including a rookie third mate who a prosecutor said was steering in challenging waters unfamiliar to her when the accident occurred. The number of confirmed dead rose to 32 when three bodies were found in the murky water near the ferry, said coast guard spokesman Kim Jae-in. Divers know at least some bodies remain inside the vessel, but they have been unable to get inside.

Over 100 killed in South Sudan cattle raid

South Sudanese cattle herders stand among their animals in a field in Terekeka, in the Central Equatoria state of South Sudan, on April 13, 2014 Over 100 people have been killed in a cattle raid in South Sudan's Warrap state, a local information minister told UN radio, the latest atrocity in the war-torn nation. "We lost about 28 civilians" in a remote cattle herders' camp in the remote northern state, Warrap state Information Minister Bol Dhel told the UN-backed Miraya FM radio, adding that police and soldiers then chased the attackers, killing 85. South Sudan is awash with guns, and raids between rival communities and ethnic groups are common. The fighting is between soldiers loyal to President Salva Kiir against mutinous troops who sided with Riek Machar, sacked as vice-president in 2013.


13th body pulled from snow in Everest avalanche

Mother of Nepalese mountaineer Ang Kaji Sherpa, killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest, cries while she waits for his body at Sherpa Monastery in Katmandu, Nepal, Saturday, April 19, 2014. Rescuers were searching through piles of snow and ice on the slopes of Mount Everest on Saturday for four Sherpa guides who were buried by an avalanche that killed 12 other Nepalese guides in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak. The Sherpa people are one of the main ethnic groups in Nepal's alpine region, and many make their living as climbing guides on Everest and other Himalayan peaks. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha) KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Search teams recovered a 13th body Saturday from the snow and ice covering a dangerous climbing pass on Mount Everest, where an avalanche a day earlier swept over a group of Sherpa guides in the deadliest disaster on the world's highest peak.


Report: Iran VP says row over reactor resolved

FILE -- In this Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011 file photo, a part of Arak heavy water nuclear facilities is seen, near the central city of Arak, 150 miles (250 kilometers) southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran. Iranian state television reported on Saturday, April, 19, 2014 that Vice President Ali Akbar Salehi has said a dispute between world powers and the country over its heavy water reactor at Arak has been “virtually resolved.” Iran and world powers are negotiating the terms of a permanent deal over its contested nuclear program. (AP Photo/Fars News Agency, Mehdi Marizad, File) TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian state television is reporting that the Islamic Republic's vice president is saying a dispute between world powers and the country over its heavy water reactor at Arak has been "virtually resolved."


Ukraine in 'pivotal period' as deal stalls, US warns Russia

Armed pro-Russian activists guard a barricade outside the regional state building seized by the separatists, in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk, on April 18, 2014 Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) - Russia was under US pressure Saturday to convince pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine to cease occupying eastern towns, after Washington warned the situation in the former Soviet republic was in a "pivotal period". But with the separatists' refusal to budge throwing a deal to defuse the crisis into doubt, and US sanctions looming large, Russia warned that its military was massed on Ukraine's border, ready to act. In the major eastern city of Donetsk, gunmen remained barricaded inside the regional government building. The failure to implement the agreement hammered out in Geneva on Thursday by the US, Russia, Ukraine and the EU threatened to deepen the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War.


Top Egypt censor quits after 'adults only' film pulled

A file picture taken on October 18, 2013 shows Lebanese Pop Star Haifa Wehbe during a press conference at a hotel in Beirut onas she comes to be appointed communication Ambassador for humanitarian issues for Lebanon by the Ministry of Communications The head of Egypt's censorship board has resigned in protest at a decision to pull Lebanese star Haifa Wehbe's latest movie, which has been criticised for scenes deemed sexually provocative. On Wednesday evening, prime minister Ibrahim Mahlab ordered "Halawet Rooh" (Beauty of the Soul) not to be screened until the censorship board reviews it again. Revealing clothes worn by the pop and film star in the movie, sexually explicit movements and scenes featuring a young boy fascinated by her have stirred harsh criticism. The censorship board head, film-maker Ahmed Awad, announced his resignation late Friday on the privately owned television channel CBC Two, saying he stood by his decision to allow the film to be shown.


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