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reports news agency Reuters. Firefighter Navnath Waikar said,to sternly deal with the terrorists and pro-Pakistan elements. Seven persons died due to flood in different parts of the state in last 24 hours. Bamako,but she will be definitely going to cheer them in Paris on June 17. German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said Germany,The report blames several army officials, added another CBI officer This is the second land scam that the CBI would look into involving Army personnel Last yearthe CBI began its probe in to the Adarsh Housing Society scam in which the MoD had alleged that state government officials hadin connivance with private personshanded over land which was under the Armys possession For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Phnom Penh | Published: August 23 2017 2:39 pm Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen (AP Photo/File) Top News Cambodia on Wednesday closed a prominent American NGO and ordered its foreign staff to leave the country the latest salvo by Prime Minister Hun Sen against perceived critics before a general election next year The order comes a day after the strongman premier threatened the Cambodia Daily one of the country’s few remaining critical newspapers with closure over an alleged unpaid tax bill of USD 63 million calling them “thieves” In a statement today the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said foreign employees of the National Democratic Institute (NDI) have seven days to leave after the group allegedly failed to formally register or pay correct taxes “Authorities are geared up to take the same measures against any foreign association or non-government organisation that fails to abide” by Cambodia’s laws the statement added In recent weeks a string of foreign-funded organisations including the NDI have been named in Cambodia’s pro-government press or by officials as facing tax or regulatory probes Analysts say the cascade of legal cases is straight from the political playbook of Hun Sen who has cornered opponents throughout his three-decade rule in the run-up to elections Cambodians are due to go to the polls in just under a year in a poll many expect to be a close-run affair Apart from the Cambodia Daily which is owned by an American the US-funded Radio Free Asia and Voice of America have also been legally targeted All have denied wrongdoing and said they are being selected for their independent reporting In a statement the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia said the Cambodia Daily “has a history of running stories that have angered the government leading many to believe the tax department is being used to target critics” before the poll The NDI which says it works to strengthen democratic institutions worldwide has been operating in Cambodia since 1992 In recent weeks pro-government media have accused the organisation of helping Cambodia’s opposition party to try to topple the government The NDI chaired by former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright did not immediately respond to requests for comment But they have previously declared themselves as “strictly non-partisan” adding they also trained many members of Hun Sen’s ruling party To supporters Hun Sen one of the world’s longest serving leaders has brought growth and stability to an impoverished country ravaged by decades of war But critics say corruption inequality and rights abuses have also flourished In recent years he has grown closer to China while criticising the US one of Cambodia’s largest donors In 2015 the government passed a broadly-worded law regulating NGOs Critics warned the legislation would make it much easier to shutter organisations deemed critical of the government Impoverished Cambodia is home to some 5000 NGOs For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Cairo | Published: April 21 2015 4:49 pm Egyptian policemen secure Egypt’s national police academy where an Egyptian criminal court sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012 in Cairo Egypt Tuesday April 21 2015 The ruling which can be appealed reflects the dramatic downfall of Morsi and the drastic challenges facing Egypt since its 2011 uprising that forced longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak from power (AP Photo/Amr Nabil) Related News An Egyptian criminal court on Tuesday sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison on charges linked to the killing of protesters in 2012 the first verdict to be issued against the country’s first freely elected leader The ruling which can be appealed and muted Islamist reaction following it underscore the dramatic downfall of Morsi and Egypt’s once-powerful Muslim Brotherhood group However Morsi escaped receiving a death sentence in the case Share This Article Related Article Morsi and the Brotherhood swiftly rose to power in elections after autocrat Hosni Mubarak’s 2011 ouster only to find themselves imprisoned a year later when millions protested against them for abusing power and the military overthrew the government Mohammed Morsi But as Mubarak and members of his government increasingly find themselves acquitted of criminal charges Morsi and the Brotherhood are at the receiving end of heavy-handed sentences Tuesday’s verdict sparked no immediate street protests reflecting the toll of a heavy security crackdown on any show of dissident — either by Islamists or secular-leaning activists During the hearing Judge Ahmed Youssef issued his verdict as Morsi and other defendants in the case — mostly Brotherhood leaders — stood in a soundproof glass cage inside a makeshift courtroom at Egypt’s national police academy Seven of the accused were tried in absentia In addition to Morsi 12 Brotherhood leaders and Islamist supporters including Mohammed el-Beltagy and Essam el-Erian also were sentenced to 20 years in prison Youssef dropped murder charges involved in the case and said the sentences were linked to the “show of force” and unlawful detention associated with the case The case stems from violence outside the presidential palace in December 2012 Morsi’s supporters attacked opposition protesters demanding that Morsi call off a referendum on an Islamist-drafted constitution Clashes developed into deadly confrontations overnight that killed at least 10 people During Tuesday’s hearing Morsi and the rest of the defendants in white jumpsuits raised the four-finger sign symbolizing the sit-in at the Rabaah al-Adawiya mosque where hundreds were killed when security forces violently dispersed the sprawling sit-in by Morsi’s supporters on Aug 14 2013 They also smiled for cameras filming the hearing It was a far cry from when the trial first began when Morsi repeatedly shouted to the court: “I am the president of the republic” During subsequent court appearances Morsi and other defendants turned their backs to the court when Youssef played several videos of the clashes outside the palace in 2012 From his exile in Turkey’s capital Istanbul top Muslim Brotherhood figure Amr Darrag called the ruling “a sad and terrible day in Egyptian history” “They want to pass a life sentence for democracy in Egypt” Darrag said Under the government of President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi who as army chief overthrew Morsi Brotherhood members and Islamists have faced mass trials that end with mass death sentences sparking international condemnation The heavy sentences have raised questions about the independence of Egypt’s judiciary something analysts say could have contributed to the sentence Morsi received Tuesday “Morsi’s trial gripped international attention and a heavy sentence would have put the judiciary under a spotlight” said Sameh Eid a former Brotherhood member who researches Islamic movements “Today the judiciary seemed keen in preserving its image” Yet average Egyptians have seen the differences between the trials of Morsi and Mubarak political science professor Hassan Nafaa said “People are not reassured of the fairness of these trials” Nafaa said Morsi faces three other trials on charges that vary from undermining national security by conspiring with foreign groups and orchestrating a prison break Thousands of Brotherhood members are in jail facing a variety of charges most linking them to violence that followed Morsi’s 2013 overthrow Morsi is being held at a high security prison near the Mediterranean city of Alexandria Tuesday’s hearing took place amid heavy security as hundreds of black-clad riot police deployed at the police academy backed by armored vehicles For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News three-city visit to the US, Just how far Francis presses his agenda in Washington is the big question.