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MAIDUGURI: Suspected Boko Haram militants killed nearly 150 people in northeastern Nigerian villages, mowing down men and children while they prayed in mosques and shooting women preparing food at home, witnesses said on...
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LAUSANNE: A former top FIFA official who left after criticising its president Sepp Blatter has warned that big sponsors will start leaving world football's governing body unless major reforms are undertaken. Michel...
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VOA News Iranian nuclear talks prepared to enter a second week, with no visible sign of a breakthrough on disputes over issues such as the pace of sanctions relief and access to Tehran's nuclear and military sites....
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By Ahmed Rashid Dushanbe 2 July 2015 From the section Asia The fear is that more drugs could be finding their way out of Afghanistan via Central Asia Could increased fighting in northern Afghanistan lead to an influx of...
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Saudi tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has promised to give his entire US$32 billion (HK$248 billion) fortune to charity in coming years, in one of the biggest ever such pledges. The pledge is “maybe... the first such...
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More to this story The many battles of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Egypt executes 'supporter' of Muslim Brotherhood Egypt jails Muslim Brotherhood leader The Muslim Brotherhood has warned of "serious repercussions" and...
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