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Macron reshuffles government, names new interior minister
Macron reshuffles government, names new interior minister
French President Emmanuel Macron reshuffled his Cabinet on Tuesday, appointing new interior, agriculture and culture ministers after a weeks-long...
Thai cave rescue bid enters day two: 8 boys have been rescued
Thai cave rescue bid enters day two: 8 boys have been rescued
UPDATE: A total of eight boys have been rescued and are receiving medical attention while the remaining four boys and their coach remain...
In volatile Yemen, tourism is only for 'adventurers'
In volatile Yemen, tourism is only for 'adventurers'
Spanish, French and American tourists once filled the winding alleys of Sanaa's old quarter, drawn by Yemen's 2 500-year-old history and...
Ads seek ex-soldiers for smuggling jobs
Ads seek ex-soldiers for smuggling jobs
Guatemala is investigating radio advertisements seeking elite ex-soldiers, who have been known to work for drug cartels, to smuggle goods into...
Old rivals India and Pakistan resume peace process
Old rivals India and Pakistan resume peace process
Top Indian and Pakistani Foreign Ministry officials met on Tuesday to review their four-year-old peace process that has stalled since domestic...
Russia: Georgia preparing for war against rebels
Russia: Georgia preparing for war against rebels
Georgia is preparing to invade its breakaway region of Abkhazia, Russia said on Tuesday, days after Moscow warned it would defend its Abkhaz allies...
Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq not detained
Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq not detained
A man seized by Iraqi forces is not the head of al-Qaeda in Iraq, a senior United States military official said on Friday, following an announcement by several Iraqi officials that Abu Ayyub al-Masri had been captured....
Suspected al-Qaeda leader in Iraq arrested
Suspected al-Qaeda leader in Iraq arrested
Iraqi security forces have detained a man suspected of being the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq after a captured associate led them to him sleeping in...
Conservatives claim victory in Iranian election
Conservatives claim victory in Iranian election
Conservatives won a majority in Iran's parliamentary vote, state television said on Sunday, but the new assembly may still give President Mahmoud...
Hike in world food prices sparks deadly riots in Africa
Hike in world food prices sparks deadly riots in Africa
African governments are nervously confronting a mounting wave of often deadly social unrest caused by the soaring cost of food and fuel.
Sudan may charge five for US diplomat's murder
Sudan may charge five for US diplomat's murder
Sudan will decide in two weeks whether to charge five people suspected of murdering a United States diplomat and his driver on January 1, state...
Rescuers hunt for survivors of Angolan collapse
Rescuers hunt for survivors of Angolan collapse
Rescuers on Sunday pushed on with efforts to find more survivors from the rubble of the Angolan police headquarters that collapsed in the capital....

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