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Renewed bloodshed in Donetsk clouds hopes for Ukraine summit – Irish Times


Renewed bloodshed in Donetsk clouds hopes for Ukraine summit
Irish Times
Deadly violence has intensified in eastern Ukraine, as doubts clouded a planned international summit on the conflict and Kiev sought urgent financial help for its ailing economy. Ukraine's military says four servicemen and two civilians were killed on Friday in ...

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Al-Qaida member in Yemen says group directed Paris attack – Washington Post


The Indian Express

Al-Qaida member in Yemen says group directed Paris attack
Washington Post
CAIRO — Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula directed the attack against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris “as revenge for the honor” of Islam's Prophet Muhammad, a member of the group told The Associated Press on Friday. At least one ...
A global fight to fortify democracy and security after deadly French attacksThe Globe and Mail
Al-Qaida in Yemen Urges Local and International JihadABC News
Charlie Hebdo killer trained by Yemen QaidaTimes of India
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A global fight to fortify democracy and security after deadly French attacks – The Globe and Mail

CBS NewsA global fight to fortify democracy and security after deadly French attacksThe Globe and MailIn the end, it took tens of thousands of soldiers and police, with military helicopters circling low in support, to corner and finally kill the brothe...

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Fidel Castro rumors sweep Internet, but no sign in Cuba – Times of India


Times of India

Fidel Castro rumors sweep Internet, but no sign in Cuba
Times of India
HAVANA: Social media around the world have been flooded with rumors of Fidel Castro's death, but there was no sign Friday that the reports were true, even if the 88-year-old former Cuban leader has not been seen in public for months. Similar speculation ...
Rumor Fatigue Sets In at False Alarms of Castro's DeathNew York Times
Kerry aides deny White House cut him out of loop on Cuba shiftFox News
At least 38 dissidents on US list freed this week by CubaNew Zealand Herald

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Sirisena govt. to probe Rajapaksa’s ‘coup’ bid – The Hindu


The Hindu

Sirisena govt. to probe Rajapaksa's 'coup' bid
The Hindu
Sri Lanka's new government on Sunday accused former President Mahinda Rajapaksa of having tried to stage a military coup to remain in power following Thursday's presidential polls, which saw his chief rival and former minister Maithripala Sirisena elected ...
* More MPs cross over to support Sri Lankan PresidentColombo Page
Rajapaksa tries dirty tricks in a last bid to stay in powerNIDAHASA News
A new era for Sri Lanka as government vows end to repressiongulfnews.com
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