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"But I am sure that there will be serious cost cuts to those.Naidu himself does not flinch from taking potshots at Jagan calling him corrupt In Nandyal he said that he too could give Rs 5000 for a vote like others but won’t do so because he practises honest politics Naidu forgets May 2015 made it even-steven He tries to gloss over the embarrassment of his senior leader Revanth Reddy getting caught red-handed trying to bribe a MLA in Telangana with Rs 50 lakh to vote for the TDP candidate in the MLC elections What’s worse a voice that was alleged to be that of Naidu was found on tape in which he is heard speaking to the MLA promising to honour the word given by his party leaders "Our people briefed me I am with you don’t bother For everything I am with you What all they spoke we will honour" said the voice The case has subsequently been put on the back-burner by the Telangana Anti-Corruption Bureau and Jagan has alleged that this was linked to Naidu’s decision to move out of the common 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There were no casualties reported Le Progres quotes the town’s deputy mayor Bernard Perrut as saying he feared it was linked to Wednesday’s Charlie Hebdo attack Parisians Hold Vigil for Dead in Charlie Hebdo Attack People hold a candle-light vigil as thousands gather silently on Place de la Republique in central Paris hours after the attack by masked gunmen on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris on Jan 7 2015 Ian Langsdon—EPA A man holds a placard with a Charlie Hebdo front page reading "Love is stronger than hate" during a gathering at the Place de la Republique in Paris on Jan 7 2015 Dominique Faget—AFP/Getty Images People gather to pay respect for the victims of a terror attack against a satirical newspaper in Paris on Jan 7 2015 Thibault Camus—AP People hold placards reading in French "I am Charlie" and "We are all Charlie" during a gathering at the Place de la Republique in Paris on Jan 7 2015 Joel Saget—AFP/Getty Images A woman holds a candle during a gathering to pay respect for the victims of a terror attack against a satirical newspaper in Paris Jan 7 2015 Thibault Camus—AP A banner reading "I am Charlie" is displayed with candles during a gathering to pay respect for the victims of a terror attack against a satirical newspaper in Paris Jan 7 2015 Thibault Camus—AP 1 of 6 Advertisement Read next: What We Know About the Two Men Being Hunted in France The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Listen to the most important stories of the day Write to Naina Bajekal at [email protected] Farhan al-Jassem is not a reluctant soldier but sadness lurked behind his smile and deep brown eyes when he talked about the last two and half years he spent trying to fight what he considers the good fight in Syria On a sultry July night in a tea garden in southeastern Turkey Jassem 29 leaned back in his plastic chair and gulped down several bottles of water as he told the story of how he came to lead a key Syrian brigade receiving training and equipment from a US-organized military coalition to take on the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) As he spoke 54 members of the larger division his brigade belonged to were finishing up their training with US Special Operations soldiers at a base located roughly 200 miles to the northwest Jassem got his first taste of the countrys roiling civil war in early 2012 when he was conscripted into Syrian leader Bashar Al-Assads army but he hated it and bought his way out paying $400 for permission to visit his home town of Manbij 40 miles northeast of Aleppo There he quickly joined the anti-regime Free Syrian Army before moving to a smaller Turkmen brigade and then to the so-called 30th Division created by the United States and its allies as the vanguard of Washingtons effort to roll back the Islamic States territorial gains When he spoke to the Center for Public Integrity in July Jassem had passed an initial round of vetting to join the training and said he expected to participate in the next classso long as the US coalition kept its promises to the first set of graduates especially a promise that the coalition would "protect us against our enemies after the program ends" he said But Jassems fate suddenly took an uncertain turn on July 28 when he was captured by a rival anti-ISIS militia known as the Nusra Front which is affiliated with Al Qaeda and therefore an enemy of any Syrian close to Americans Captured alongside Jassem near the northern Syrian town of Azaz were his divisions commander 16 graduates of the allied train-and-equip program and two other division soldiers according to Aziz Abu Mohammad a 30th Division commander based in Turkey who was interviewed by telephone This capture was a cataclysmic event for the division by all accounts and a grave setback for the US train and equip program which will now certainly face steeper challenges in recruiting new fighters and maintaining their morale But Jassems story the arc of his military service and its apparently grim end is also a lesson that a deepening US involvement in this complex territorial conflict comes with many risks both political ones and for the fighters personal ones since any association with Americans or the West can carry a problematic stigma on the other side of Turkeys border with Syria Fighting for his country was not always part of Jassems plan He briefly studied Arabic literature in university before dropping out to move to Greece and work there for several years When protests against Syrian President Bashar Assad began back home in Syria he joined similar demonstrations in front of the Syrian embassy in Athens where he began to make contacts within the nascent armed Syrian opposition Jassem who has a medium build playful grin close-cropped black hair and bushy black eyebrows said he was aware of the risks of joining the US-led coalition effort Graduates of the train and equip program would be returning to Syria "with targets on their backs" he said Nusra and other rebel groups they knew targeted recipients of foreign aid not just because of their anti-Western ideology but also because they coveted the M16s and anti-tank guided missiles that coalition forces provided to other fighters Even though their handlers from the Pentagon had promised to protect the trainees Jassem said it was a purely verbal agreement But Jassem said he signed up when one of his superiors from the Turkmen brigade Col Nedim al-Hasan told him last March that the coalition wanted to create a new rebel group that would unite several of the anti-Islamic State brigades that had splintered off of the Free Syrian Army and scattered around eastern Syria after being forced out of their homes by ISIS The colonel a man hed fought with for three years would lead the entire division which would eventually number more than 1000 fighters The division would be composed of brigades from parts of Syria east of Aleppo where ISIS had become a greater scourge than the Syrian regime such as Jassems hometown Most were ethnic Turkmens but some like Jassem were Arab The aim he said was to create a force that could funnel recruits into the train and equip program The vetting process was intensive he said and discomfiting for many The reason he was told by fellow recruits is that candidates for training were interviewed in the second stage while attached to polygraph machines by wires wrapped around their fingers The questions were simple had they ever fought for Nusra for example But the candidates had heard that similar-looking machines were used to administer shocks to prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and so the experience was scary Being subjected to eye and fingerprint scans contributed to their fears "They felt like laboratory rats" said Jassem Most enticing to the recruits of the program Jassem said was the prospect of getting satellite phones connected to vehicles with which they could call in airstrikes from coalition warplanes when needed They were also promised M16 rifles and Jassem said there "had also been talk" of anti-tank weapons and ammunition "The coming days will prove whether the coalition is really going to help us" defeat ISIS Jassem said If the coalition forces keep their promises to protect the first set of trainees "we expect the number of people in the second training group to increase" he added Jassem emphasized that the coalitions promises only covered the 54 graduates of the train and equip program But when those trainees re-entered the battlefield he said they would rejoin their fellow fighters from the division already fighting ISIS including around 200 men who had applied for the train and equip program but been rejected At the time of his abduction Jassem was awaiting a second round of vetting to join the program having already passed the first He was escorting colleagues heading back to Syria after visiting relatives in Turkey and so they all had to pass a Nusra checkpoint several miles south of the Turkish border They thought they had gotten permission to do so from an Egyptian Nusra leader ten days earlier Abu Mohammad said That promise proved false Mohammad said he heard from a friend in the town of Azaz where the group was taken after being stopped that they were paraded through the town with the backs of their shirts pulled over their heads as Nusra fighters shouted that they had "collaborated with the crusader coalition" Two days after the groups capture a militia group affiliated with Nusra directly attacked the 30th divisions headquarters killing five other graduates of the program Abu Mohammed said Coalition warplanes reacted to both incidents by bombing the headquarters of Nusra in Azaz he added a claim that the Pentagon declined to confirm Hours after the raids he told the Center through an interpreter that Nusras reaction will likely be to execute the detainees it already has in hand and "finish" the 30th Division "Especially now. 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in downtown Grand Forks" the parliamentarians said while other social science surveys cover some of the same ground as the census " Federer also dropped a big hint that he still might play the Dubai tournament which begins a week from MondayThe Ministry of Foreign Affairs has advised Nigerian students in eastern Ukraine to vacate the area due to fierce violence and unrest in the region Ambassador Abdulaziz Dankano Under-Secretary in charge of Economy and Consular in the ministry gave the advice in an interview with NAN on Sunday in Abuja Dankano said that the advice became necessary following the deteriorating security situation in the war-torn region He said that no fewer than 146 Nigerian students were still in eastern Ukrainian cities of Donetsk and Lungansk despite repeated advisories from the Nigerian mission in Kiev According to him over 1000 Nigerian students were in different tertiary institutions in the region and many heeded the repeated advisories issued by the Nigerian mission in Kiev “But we still have 146 students who have refused to vacate the territory and the situation in the region is not getting better because of the fierce fighting between the separatists and Ukrainian military” he said NAN recalls that crisis erupted in eastern Ukraine after rebels declared independence from the new government in Kiev Russia which annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region in March has been accused of arming the rebels and has been targeted by US and European Union for sanctions Last month UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay said that no fewer than 1129 people had been killed and 3442 others wounded in the violent conflicts in eastern Ukraine since mid-April Dankano also confirmed that nine Nigerian students kidnapped in eastern Ukraine on July 17 had all regained freedom He identified the students as Femi Oredugba Wasiu Rasaki Oyinola Sheriff Ahmed Salis and Semiu Mabadeje Others are Chigozie Amaobi Daniel Eitokpah Callistus Ezike and Agihibenma Wayne He said that the students regained freedom on July 24 adding that the Nigerian mission in Kiev played a “key role” in securing their release “We made informal contacts with the rebels through members of the Nigerian community familiar with that region “Since the Kiev government is not in control of the region our diplomats were not physically present in the region because of security concerns” he explained Dankano did not confirm or deny whether ransom was paid to the rebels before the students were released On Libya Dankano told NAN that the ministry was closely monitoring the situation in the country amid violent clashes between rival militias He said that the Federal government had not taken any decision to evacuate Nigerians in the country Already thousands of foreign workers including British France Germany citizens have left Libya and the US has asked its citizens to leave the country Also the UN has withdrawn its staff because of the deteriorating security in the country Dankano recalled that the Federal government evacuated over 2000 Nigerians from the country in 2011 when its late president Muammar Ghadafi was overthrown Prospective corps members in two universities in Benue State on Wednesday staged a protest against the ban placed on the institutions by management of the National Youth Service Corps NYSC The prospective corps members besieged the State Secretariat of the NYSC calling for the body to reverse its decision NYSC had during the week banned Benue State University BSU and the University of Agriculture Makurdi from sending their students for the mandatory one-year national service DAILY POST gathered that the scheme placed a two-year ban on both schools following an alleged discovery of negligence and evidence of age manipulation The NYSC alleged that the affected institutions collaborated with the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to manipulate students’ age thereby mobilizing over-aged students In reaction the Vice Chancellor of the Benue State University Professor Moses Kembe during a meeting with the Scheme pleaded for leniency Kembe had in the meeting which ended in a deadlock maintained that the university management was not involved in age manipulation He explained that the age limits were manipulated by the students themselves However addressing the aggrieved prospective corps members during the protest the NYSC state coordinator Mrs Eno maintained that she was not aware of the situation until Sunday She however promised to relate the information to the NYSC headquarters in Abuja “I really appreciate you all for choosing peace over violence I was actually on my way for an assignment when I got a call that my children are here and they need my attention ”Whatever question you brought here today I assure you that it will get to our headquarter immediately and hopefully it will yield positive results” Also speaking the UAM students union (SU) president Mr David Pine while calling on NYSC to reverse its decision urged the school management not to jeopardizing the future of innocent students Pine said the protesters would close down the NYSC Orientation Camp at Wannune Tarka Local Government Area of the state if the decision was not reversed The MEA spokesperson was responding to media queries regarding the proposed bus service. who said this week that Italy "can’t be transformed into a refugee camp".
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