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  • Indonesia Extradites Ex-Police Officer Sought in US Murder
  • Colombia to Give Citizenship to Venezuelans Hurt by Crisis
  • Russia Delays New Body to Assign Blame for Syrian Attacks
  • Mexico's President Acknowledges Distrust, Fear
  • Migrant Tempers Fray as Hungary Blocks Trains for 2nd Day
  • SodaStream Chief Accuses Boycotters of Anti-Semitism
  • El Salvador Sets New Murder Milestone With Deadly August
  • Editorial Roundup: Excerpts From Recent Editorials
  • Russia: Security Council Addressing Europe's Migrant Crisis
  • Masked Men Kidnap 18 Turkish Workers in Iraqi Capital
  • AP PHOTOS: Chaos and Quiet in 24 Hours of European Migration
  • Lawyer: Turkey Moves Vice Journalists to Distant Prison
  • AP Interview: Rescuer Says World Must Protect Antiquities
  • France Dismisses Inquiry Into Yasser Arafat's Death
  • Bombs at Mosque in Yemen's Capital Kill at Least 20 People
  • New Ukraine Doctrine Declares Russia Military Opponent
  • Mali, Neighboring Countries Plan Force to Fight Extremists
  • Pakistan Corruption Lets Militants Get National ID Cards
  • Slovak Foreign Minister: Migrant Crisis May Unite Far-Right
  • Greek Authorities Find Shotguns, Ammunition on Freighter
  • Medical Officials Say Bomb Blasts at Mosque in Yemen's Capital, Sanaa, Kill at Least 20 People
  • Residents: Bloody Scene After Somalia Attack
  • 12 Migrants Drown off Turkish Coast, 2 Still Missing
  • Anti-Government Protests Resume in Burundi
  • Czechs to Stop Detaining Syrian Migrants Heading for Germany
  • Lebanese Interior Minister Warns Trash Crisis Protesters
  • Boko Haram Extremists in Nigeria Kill 26, Including Children
  • Qatar Companies Get More Time to Meet Labor Requirement
  • Canadian Pleads Not Guilty at 4th Trial to Killing 2 in 1988
  • Congo Warlord Bosco Ntaganda Goes on Trial at ICC
  • Denmark to Review Some Naturalization Applications
  • China to Hold Big Parade, but Ordinary Folks Can't Go See It
  • Norwegian Convicts Get New Home in Dutch Prison
  • Eurostar Passengers Stranded After Migrant Action in Calais
  • State Media: Car Bomb in Syrian Port City Kills 10
  • Iranian Hard-Liners Unveil Anti-US Plaque at Former Embassy
  • Thai Police: Suspect Acknowledges Being Near Bomb Scene
  • Post-Bomb Bangkok Moves on, but With New Sense of Insecurity
  • Image of Asia: Vietnam Marks 70 Years of Independence
  • Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 6 in Northwest Pakistan
  • Greece Announces Measures for Refugees on Islands
  • The Latest on Bangkok: Police Say Suspect Was in Blast Area
  • Rhino Crushes Tour Guide to Death in Zimbabwe
  • Russia's Putin Commemorates Victory Over Japan in WWII
  • Blaze in Paris Apartment Building Leaves 8 Dead
  • UN Rapporteur Raps Egypt Over Al Jazeera English Case
  • 3 Migrants or Refugees Missing off Greek Island Found Safe
  • Faeroe Islands Left-Wing Opposition Set to Form New Gov't
  • Afghan Migrant Hopes to Complete Father's Flight From War
  • Africa's Deadwood: The Gold Rush Is on in Uganda
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