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Published: April 15, 2012
Juan Carlos Elephant Injury, The head of Egypt’s election commission says 10 presidential hopefuls, including the country’s ex-spy chief and key Islamists have been disqualified from running. Farouk Sultan, the head of the Supreme Presidential Election Commission, said Saturday that those excluded include Hosni Mubarak’s former spy chief Omar Suleiman, Muslim Brotherhood chief strategist Khairat el-Shater and hard-line lawyer-turned-preacher Hazem Abu Ismail. He didn’t give a reason.
U.N. sending monitors The U.N. Security Council on Saturday unanimously approved sending up to 30 unarmed monitors to Syria to help maintain what at best can be described as a fragile cease-fire. The vote came as activists reported almost 20 deaths across Syria, including nine in the city of Homs, where videos uploaded to the Internet indicated that government forces had begun shelling once again.
Mayor buried 76 years later A Spanish mayor said her town held a burial ceremony for one of her predecessors and three others after their bodies were found in an unmarked dump dating from the country’s civil war. Pilar Perez, of Torrellas, said the bodies were discovered in October 2010. DNA revealed they were those of former mayor Gregorio Torres and residents Luis Torres, Feliciano Lapuente and Marcelino Navarro, all taken away and shot by forces loyal to Gen. Francisco Franco in 1936.
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