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Three dead as tourist ship sinks in Costa Rica – Daily Times

Daily TimesThree dead as tourist ship sinks in Costa RicaDaily TimesSAN JOSI - A catamaran carrying 98 tourists and 10 crew members sank off Costa Rica on Thursday, leaving at least three people dead and two missing while rescuers saved dozens from the...

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EU seeks new anti-terror measures after Paris attack – i24news

i24newsEU seeks new anti-terror measures after Paris attacki24newsThe EU will draw up new proposals to fight terrorism in the next few weeks following the deadly Islamist attack on a satirical magazine in France, European Commission President Jean-Clau...

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Nine days later, bodies still litter bushes from Boko Haram’s ‘deadliest’ massacre – CNN


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Nine days later, bodies still litter bushes from Boko Haram's 'deadliest' massacre
CNN
Kano, Nigeria (CNN) The attackers sped into a Nigerian town with grenade launchers -- their gunfire and explosions shattering the early morning calm. As terrified residents scattered into bushes in Baga town and surrounding villages, the gunmen unloaded ...
Boko Haram's 'deadliest massacre' reportedly kills 2000 in NigeriaFox News
Nigeria 'needs same support as France' after Boko Haram attacksSydney Morning Herald
Boko Haram slaughter in Nigeria condemned by UNCBC.ca
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EU’s Tusk to push for airline data sharing after attack – Reuters


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EU's Tusk to push for airline data sharing after attack
Reuters
RIGA Jan 9 (Reuters) - European Council President Donald Tusk will press EU lawmakers next week to drop their objections to states sharing airline passenger data as part of efforts to tighten security after the attack on Paris newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
EU policy not directed against Russia - European Council presidentInterfax
Tusk: Paris attack shows need for air travel data sharingSan Francisco Chronicle

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