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Peter Greste and Baher Mohammed to appeal against Egyptian imprisonment after 'king hit' verdict

abc.net.au — Posted July 25, 2014 10:10:11 Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste and his colleague Baher Mohammed are set to appeal their imprisonment in Egypt. Greste and Mohammed were convicted on charges of spreading false news and supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood - charges they strongly denied. Greste was sentenced to seven years jail.
Jul 25, 2014

RT @cpjmena: Powerful statement from Peter Greste and Baher Mohammed on why they will appeal their guilty verdict in #AJTrial abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2…

Jul 25, 2014

RT @cpjmena: Powerful statement from Peter Greste and Baher Mohammed on why they will appeal their guilty verdict in #AJTrial abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2…

Jul 25, 2014

RT @cpjmena: Powerful statement from Peter Greste and Baher Mohammed on why they will appeal their guilty verdict in #AJTrial abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2…

Jul 25, 2014

RT @abcnews: Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste and his colleague Baher Mohammed are set to appeal their imprisonment in Egypt ab.co/1ok2kyM

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IMF cuts global growth forecasts on China, US downgrades

abc.net.au — The International Monetary Fund has cut its global economic growth forecast for 2014 because of weakness in the world's two biggest economies. The IMF says the global economy will grow by 3.4 per cent this year, down from its April forecast of 3.7 per cent.
Jul 25, 2014

The central bank for central banks (BIS) worries about low global interest rates & bubbles while IMF is nonchalant: abc.net.au/news/2014-07-2…

'Forgotten Baby Syndrome' could explain Bendigo manslaughter case

abc.net.au — A Bendigo woman has been acquitted by a Victorian Supreme Court jury of the manslaughter of her baby who died after she was left in a hot car for more than two hours in December 2012. An American neuroscientist, David Diamond, has studied similar cases worldwide and says he knows of more than 200 where children have died.
Jul 25, 2014

@amworldtodaypm: 'Forgotten Baby Syndrome' could explain Bendigo manslaughter case ab.co/1t1MxYq” Wash Post won Pulitzer on issue