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Egypt to Hold Elections in October and November
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Dominica Declares Disaster Status After Storm Leaves 20 Dead
New York Times
ROSEAU, Dominica — Rescue teams worked Sunday to reopen roads to remote communities in Dominica after Tropical Storm Erika caused flooding and mudslides that killed at least 20 people and left more than 50 missing on the Caribbean island. "Access ...
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IS causes 'severe damage' to Palmyra's Temple of Bel
The Islamic State (IS) militant group has destroyed part of another temple at the ancient Syrian site of Palmyra, activists and witnesses say. The extent of the damage to the Temple of Bel is not clear but residents have described a large explosion. A ...
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The Latest: Suspect's Bomb Material Same as in Deadly Blast
New York Times
BANGKOK — The latest on the arrest of a suspect in the Bangkok shrine bombing (all times local): 7.30 p.m.. Thailand's police chief says the bomb making material found in the apartment of a suspect is "the same, similar or the same type" as that used ...
Foreigner arrested in Bangkok bombing case
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Thai police arrest suspect in Bangkok bombing
The Express Tribune
Deported Al-Jazeera journalist: Verdict a blow for Egyptian press freedom
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A decision by an Egyptian court to sentence three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison was politically motivated and aimed at intimidating the press, one of the three, Australian journalist Peter Greste, said on ...
Egypt Court Sentences Al Jazeera Reporters to 3 Years in Prison
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Sydney Morning Herald
Five people per square metre: how the 71 truck migrants met their end
Sydney Morning Herald
Vienna: The 71 people found dead in an abandoned refrigeration lorry in Austria had been crammed in, five to a square metre , police said on Sunday, as initial forensic tests indicated they had suffocated. A baby girl and three other children were ...
UPDATE 1-Five people per square metre: how the truck migrants met their end
Syrian van children 'vanish' in Austria
Migrants Found Dead in Austria Were Crammed Into Truck
Wall Street Journal
UAE Takes Lead in Leaderless Southern Yemen
Wall Street Journal
ADEN, Yemen—At checkpoints across this war-wrecked capital of south Yemen, fighters wearing flip-flops and carrying Kalashnikov rifles fly the flag of a distant Persian Gulf monarchy—the United Arab Emirates. Instead of uniforms, some of the men ...
Yemenis on both sides of civil war gearing up for key battle in central province
Saudis have made repeated small incursions into Yemen-coalition spokesman
World Briefs: 36 civilians die in Yemen air strike
Susan Rice, Obama's Security Adviser, Urges Pakistan to Do More Against Militants
New York Times
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — President Obama's national security adviser, Susan E. Rice, urged Pakistani civilian and military leaders on Sunday to do more to stop militants from using Pakistani territory to stage attacks in neighboring countries. In a ...
Want meaningful talks with India: Sharif to US NSA
National Security Adviser Susan Rice visits Pakistan
Rice Condemns Pakistan-Based Militant Attacks in Afghanistan
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Big Anti-Najib Protests Fail to Draw Large Ethnic Malay Crowd
Weekend rallies that saw tens of thousands of people in the Malaysian capital demand the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak failed to draw a large number of ethnic Malays, a sign that a funding scandal is yet to spur major dissent within the ...
PM Najib pledges not to let Malaysia fall
Malaysian government bans yellow T-SHIRTS as protesters call for prime ...
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Pak will continue to respond to India border attacks: minister
Pakistan will respond "with full force" if India continues to target the civilian population, Islamabad's defence minister said today. "We will counter this situation on all levels. If war is forced on us we will take good care of them," Defence ...
Eight civilians killed, 47 injured: India has crossed all limits: CoAS
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