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Algerian President Bouteflika wins re-election with 81.53 percent of the vote

Algerian President Bouteflika wins re-election with 81.53 percent of the vote

Ailing Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has been re-elected, officials announced Friday.
JC Finley
Japan sends troops to remote island, risks angering China

Japan sends troops to remote island, risks angering China

Japan has begun constructing a radar base on Yoniguni Island, its southernmost island, near the Chinese mainland.
Ed Adamczyk
Greece offers to help Turkey find missing warplane

Greece offers to help Turkey find missing warplane

The Greek goverrnment offered to help find a Turkish Air Force fighter plane missing in the Aegean sea since 1996.
Ed Adamczyk
Britain, Germany commit to impose costs on Russia if it reneges on Ukraine agreement

Britain, Germany commit to impose costs on Russia if it reneges on Ukraine agreement

Britain and Germany expressed their commitment to Ukraine, agreeing to impose costs on Russia if it fails to honor the Ukrainian de-escalation agreement.
JC Finley
Venice secession vote underscores autonomist movements

Venice secession vote underscores autonomist movements

A vote in Italy’s Veneto region, indicating widespread support for secession from Italy, underscores the rise of nationalism in the world.
Ed Adamczyk
Russia tried to use VKontakte to spy on Ukrainian protesters

Russia tried to use VKontakte to spy on Ukrainian protesters

Russian authorities tried to get the social media website VKontakte to hand over the personal data of organizers of the protests in Ukraine.
Aileen Graef
Sept. 11, 2001, tribunal adjourned until June

Sept. 11, 2001, tribunal adjourned until June

The 9/11 military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay was adjourned until June, with the judge considering the appointment of independent lawyers to advise the accused.
Ed Adamczyk
Pope Francis observes Good Friday

Pope Francis observes Good Friday

Pope Francis presided over the Good Friday service at the Vatican Basilica and is expected to lead the Way of the Cross at the Colosseum later in the evening.
JC Finley
New Ebola virus strain causing epidemic in Africa

New Ebola virus strain causing epidemic in Africa

The deadly Ebola virus ravaging Guinea emerged locally, and is a different strain of virus from one discovered in central Africa, virologists confirmed.
Ed Adamczyk
IAEA confirms Iran continuing to meet nuclear reduction mandate

IAEA confirms Iran continuing to meet nuclear reduction mandate

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano submitted his report to the IAEA's Board of Governors regarding Iranian compliance reducing its nuclear program.
JC Finley
Hezbollah members arrested, planned to attack Israeli tourists

Hezbollah members arrested, planned to attack Israeli tourists

Two members of Hezbollah, arrested in Thailand several days ago, admitted they planned to attack Israeli tourists in Bangkok.
Ed Adamczyk
British pensioners could be told when they can expect to die

British pensioners could be told when they can expect to die

The British government is considering telling pensioners how long they can expect to live, an attempt to make financial planning easier.
Ed Adamczyk
Russian TV announcer says Jews brought Holocaust on themselves

Russian TV announcer says Jews brought Holocaust on themselves

News announcer Evelyn Zakamskaya said on Russian television that Jews brought the Holocaust on themselves.
Ed Adamczyk
UN secretary-general: Attack on UN Mission in South Sudan 'constitutes a war crime'

UN secretary-general: Attack on UN Mission in South Sudan 'constitutes a war crime'

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the deadly attack on a UN compound in South Sudan on Thursday and called it "a serious escalation."
JC Finley
Happy National Day, Zimbabwe

Happy National Day, Zimbabwe

The U.S. Department of State sent its congratulations to Zimbabwe on the occasion of its 34 years of independence on Friday.
JC Finley
Kidnapped Red Cross workers freed in Mali

Kidnapped Red Cross workers freed in Mali

Five aid workers kidnapped in northern Mali by presumed Islamic militants in February were freed by French troops, the presidents of France and Mali said in a joint statement.
Ed Adamczyk
Syrian chemical weapons removal and destruction at 72 percent as April 27 deadline nears

Syrian chemical weapons removal and destruction at 72 percent as April 27 deadline nears

The OPCW-UN Joint Mission announced the Syrian government delivered its 15th shipment of Syrian chemical weapons material to the port of Latakia on April 16.
JC Finley
One-fifth of Chinese farmland is polluted, study says

One-fifth of Chinese farmland is polluted, study says

A government report released Thursday said nearly one-fifth of China's arable farmland is polluted, a result of rapid industrialization and other factors.
Ed Adamczyk
Nigerian military retracts claim of abducted girls' release

Nigerian military retracts claim of abducted girls' release

The Nigerian military retracted its claim that all but eight of the 129 school girls abducted by suspected Islamist militant Boko Haram "have been freed."
JC Finley
Putin thinks Obama would save him if he were drowning

Putin thinks Obama would save him if he were drowning

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a television interview he thinks U.S. President Barack Obama would save him if he were drowning.
Aileen Graef
7.5 magnitude earthquake rattles Mexico City

7.5 magnitude earthquake rattles Mexico City

A 7.5 magnitude earthquake shook southern and central Mexico on Friday morning, with no reports yet of damage or injuries.
JC Finley
Arrest warrants issued for South Korean ferry captain and 2 crew members

Arrest warrants issued for South Korean ferry captain and 2 crew members

Arrest warrants have been issued for the captain and two crew members of the capsized South Korean ferry boat.
JC Finley
Pro-Russian militants in eastern Ukraine refuse to accept Geneva deal

Pro-Russian militants in eastern Ukraine refuse to accept Geneva deal

Pro-Russian militants have refused to withdraw their occupation of government buildings, threatening the new deal struck in Geneva by Russia and the West.
Ananth Baliga
Update: At least 12 killed in avalanche on Mount Everest

Update: At least 12 killed in avalanche on Mount Everest

At least 12 Sherpa guides were killed and three seriously wounded Friday in the single deadliest avalanche on Mount Everest.
Ananth Baliga
Vice principal rescued from South Korean ferry found hanging from tree

Vice principal rescued from South Korean ferry found hanging from tree

The vice principal of Ansan Danwon High School, who was rescued from the sunken South Korean ferry, was found hanging from a tree, police said Friday.
Ananth Baliga
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