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Russia approves amnesty covering punk band members, Greenpeace

Russia approves amnesty covering punk band members, Greenpeace Wed, 18 Dec, 2013

Russian lawmakers have approved a Kremlin-backed amnesty bill that could free the two jailed members of the punk band Pussy Riot while also ending the prosecution of 30 Greenpeace crew members.
Attacks kill 65 in Iraq, including Shiite pilgrims

Attacks kill 65 in Iraq, including Shiite pilgrims Tue, 17 Dec, 2013

Iraqi officials say car bombs targeted Shi'ite pilgrims near Baghdad as Iraq-wide violence killed at least 65 people Monday.
McCain meets with Ukrainian opposition, backs pro-EU protests

McCain meets with Ukrainian opposition, backs pro-EU protests Sun, 15 Dec, 2013

U.S. Senator John McCain met Saturday in the Ukrainian capital with key government and opposition leaders, ahead of a mass rally aimed at forcing the Kyiv government and its leader, President Viktor Yanukovych, from power.
Ukrainian riot police withdraw after overnight move on demonstrators

Ukrainian riot police withdraw after overnight move on demonstrators Wed, 11 Dec, 2013

Ukrainian police and protesters clashed again outside Kiev's city hall after security forces attempted to re-take the building occupied by hundreds of protesters.
India's top court upholds anti-gay-sex law

India's top court upholds anti-gay-sex law Wed, 11 Dec, 2013

India's Supreme Court has upheld a law criminalising gay sex, setting aside a landmark lower court decision in 2009 which had overturned the colonial-era ban on homosexuality.
Ukrainian police storm protest camp in Kiev square

Ukrainian police storm protest camp in Kiev square Wed, 11 Dec, 2013

Hundreds of police have moved in on a large protest camp in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, clashing with protesters.
Hollande visits CAR after two French troops killed

Hollande visits CAR after two French troops killed Wed, 11 Dec, 2013

French President Francois Hollande arrived in the Central African Republic Tuesday, just hours after two French soldiers were killed in overnight fighting.
Uruguay becomes first country to legalize marijuana

Uruguay becomes first country to legalize marijuana Wed, 11 Dec, 2013

Uruguay has become the first nation to legalise the growing, sale and smoking of marijuana after the country's Senate gave final approval to the legislation.
Somalia court sentences woman who reported rape

Somalia court sentences woman who reported rape Tue, 10 Dec, 2013

A Somali court has sentenced to jail a woman who said she was raped and two journalists who reported her story.
Antarctica sees coldest weather ever recorded on Earth

Antarctica sees coldest weather ever recorded on Earth Tue, 10 Dec, 2013

Temperatures in Antarctica hit a record low of minus 93 degrees Celsius in August 2010, according to scientists.
Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra insists she will not resign before polls

Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra insists she will not resign before polls Tue, 10 Dec, 2013

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra announced that she will not resign ahead of snap elections, to be held February 2, despite opposition calls for her to step down.
French soldiers killed in Central African Republic

French soldiers killed in Central African Republic Tue, 10 Dec, 2013

France confirmed that two of its soldiers have been killed in the Central African Republic, where they have been working to end months of instability and violence.
US Defence Chuck Hagel meets Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif

US Defence Chuck Hagel meets Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif Mon, 09 Dec, 2013

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is in Pakistan for talks with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and new army chief Raheel Sharif. 
Car bomb near cafe kills 11 in central Iraq

Car bomb near cafe kills 11 in central Iraq Mon, 09 Dec, 2013

A car bomb outside a northeastern Iraqi cafe has killed at least 11 people.
Thai PM dissolves Parliament, calls elections

Thai PM dissolves Parliament, calls elections Mon, 09 Dec, 2013

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has dissolved parliament and called an election, after sustained protests in the capital, Bangkok.

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