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Afghan blast kills 12 policemen, one child

A suicide attacker killed 12 Afghan policemen and a child in the southern city of Lashkar Gah on Sunday when he detonated a car bomb, the country’s Ministry of Interior said. The

Leader of Indian state quits over mining scandal

The chief minister of a southern Indian state ruled by the country’s main opposition party resigned on Sunday after an independent probe implicated the politician and several others in a $3.6 billion

Libyan govt is in contact with rebels

The Gaddafi regime said on Sunday it was in contact with members of the rebel National Transitional Council as the rebels tried to quash rumours about the mysterious death of their army

Syrian army kills 95 in Hama city

More than 90 people were killed on Sunday as the Syrian military launched an attack on the flashpoint protest city of Hama on the eve of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan,

Africa reemerging as heroin trafficking hub: UN

Drug traffickers faced with restrictions to transit routes through Asia and the Middle East are turning to eastern Africa, driving up instability and increasing substance abuse, a United Nations report said. The