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Algeria Protests Far-Right French Poster

Algeria has formally complained to France about a French far-right party’s use of an Algerian flag in a campaign poster that reads “No to Islamism,” the foreign minister said Monday.

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Corpse Found in Cyprus Could Be Country’s Ex-Leader

Cyprus police say a body found at a Nicosia cemetery could be the stolen corpse of former president Tassos Papadopoulos.

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Haitian Court Frees U.S. Missionary

Two U.S. missionaries are spending another weekend in a Haitian jail.

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Strong Quake Shakes Turkey, at Least 41 Killed

A strong earthquake, with a preliminary magnitude of 6, hit eastern Turkey on Monday, killing at least 41 people and knocking down houses in at least three small villages, the government said.

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Strong Quake Shakes Turkey, at Least 38 Killed

A strong earthquake, with a preliminary magnitude of 6, hit eastern Turkey on Monday, knocking down houses in three small villages and killing at least 38 people, an official said.

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N. Korea Says It Is Ready to ‘Blow Up’ U.S., S. Korea

North Korea’s army said Monday it is ready to “blow up” South Korea and the U.S., hours after the allies kicked off annual military drills that Pyongyang has slammed as a rehearsal for attack.

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Large Blast Hits Pakistani Police Building, 11 Dead

A homicide car bomber struck a building where police interrogate high-value suspects in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore on Monday, killing at least 11 people and wounding scores

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South Korea, U.S. Start Drills Despite N. Korea’s Threat

About 18,000 American soldiers and an undisclosed number of South Korean troops are taking part in 11 days of drills across South Korea, according to U.S. and South Korean militaries.

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Iraqis Brave Bombs and Mortar to Vote in National Election

Polls closed across Iraq on Sunday as the war-weary population awaits results from the national election that will decide the future of the country’s still-fragile democracy.

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Iraqis Brave Bombs and Mortar to Vote in National Election

Killer Reportedly Claims Knox Was Not Present at Murder

A man convicted of murdering British college student Meredith Kercher reportedly said Amanda Knox was not present at the time of the grisly death, Italian newspapers reported Sunday.

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200+ Reportedly Dead in Christian-Muslim Violence in Nigeria

More than 200 bodies lay in the streets of a central Nigerian town after a renewed spate of Christian-Muslim violence, witnesses said Sunday, just months after religious violence tore through a nearby city and left hundreds dead.

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200+ Reportedly Dead in Christian-Muslim Violence in Nigeria

Karzai Visits Town Seized From Taliban by U.S., NATO

Afghan President Hamid Karzai heard a litany of complaints Sunday from residents of Marjah, the town in the south that thousands of U.S., NATO and Afghan troops just seized from the Taliban.

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