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Colombia's FARC says will declare 30-day ceasefire from December 15
(Today) - HAVANA (Reuters) - Colombia's main leftist guerrilla group, the FARC, said on Sunday it would...
Eight killed, 20 injured in Colombia bomb attack blamed on FARC
South Africa to bury Mandela on Dec 15
Australia in the driving seat
Afghanistan, Iran plan cooperation pact amid tensions with U.S.
(Today) - KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed on a cooperation pact with Iran on...
Afghan official assures U.S. that security deal will be signed soon
Obama defends interim Iran deal, seeks to assure Israel
U.S.-Afghan security pact needs clarity by February: Hagel
PKK militants abduct four Turkish soldiers after unrest
(Today) - ANKARA (Reuters) - Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants abducted four Turkish soldiers while they were...
Russian force training to counter militants from Syria: Chechen leader
Russian force trains to counter militants from Syria: Chechen leader
Singapore hit by rare outbreak of rioting
(Today) - SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A crowd set fire to vehicles and clashed with police in the...
Riot breaks out in Singapore's Little India neighbourhood
Relative calm returns to Central African Republic after French troops deploy
(Today) - BANGUI (Reuters) - Relative calm returned to the Central African Republic on Sunday after three...
Central African Republic: Europe and UN 'to foot bill' for French intervention, says Hollande
Europe and UN 'to foot bill' for French intervention in Central African Republic, says Hollande
Central African Republic mourns, seeks to bury dead after killings
British military chopper makes unexpected West Bank landing
(Today) - JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A British military helicopter made an unscheduled landing on Sunday in the...
RAF helicopter makes emergency landing in West Bank
The 2013 British Military Tournament
Israeli soldiers accused of killing Palestinian boy in West Bank
Ukraine protesters fell Lenin statue in challenge to Yanukovich
(Today) - KIEV (Reuters) - Anti-government protesters toppled a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in...
Ukrainian protesters want more rules, less corruption
Ukraine protesters topple Lenin statue in central Kiev
Lenin Statue Toppled By Protesters In Kiev
German President Gauck will not attend Sochi Games
(Today) - BERLIN (Reuters) - German President Joachim Gauck will not attend the 2014 Winter Olympics in...
German president boycotts Winter Olympics
Canadian Rochon to miss Sochi Games with knee injury
Delofeu equaliser leaves Arsenal frustrated
(Today) - LONDON (Reuters) - Gerard Delofeu's late goal earned Everton a deserved 1-1 draw at Premier...
Arsenal 2 Hull 0: match report
Short-cut to produce hydrogen seen as step to cleaner fuel
(Today) - OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists have produced hydrogen by accelerating a natural process found in rocks...
New formula for fast, abundant hydrogen production may help power fuel cells
Navy launches UAV from submerged submarine
IBM Patent May Help Create A Cleaner Cloud
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