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Selection due Thursday of Italian port for transfer of deadly gases

Which Italian port will be the transfer point for Syrian chemical weapons is based on needs of the agency overseeing their destruction, an official says.

Israeli minister attacks PA official who called Sharon 'war criminal'

An Israeli minister slammed a senior Palestinian Authority official Monday for calling the late Prime Minister Ariel Sharon a war criminal.

Options promised in suspension of Saudi travel notification system

Saudi Arabia says it has suspended a system that electronically notified family members when female relatives or children left or entered the country.

Activists charged in protest over Israeli seizure of Palestinian land

Three Palestinian activists were arrested Monday during a protest in an Israeli settlement near Bethlehem, a protest leader said.

Saudi court sentences al-Qaida militant to death for 2004 attack

A Saudi judge sentenced an al-Qaida militant to death and sentenced 10 other militants to prison for their roles in a 2004 attack on a U.S. company in Yanbu.
British police in Portugal to make arrests in Madeleine McCann case

British police in Portugal to make arrests in Madeleine McCann case

British police flew to Portugal to deal with three suspects in the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann, who vanished when she was 3, authorities said.

Anti-government protesters clog streets, bridges in Bangkok

Thousands of protesters choked intersections, bridges and roads in Bangkok Monday in their effort to force out the government ahead of the Feb. 2 elections.
U.N. secretary-general in Baghdad; meets with Maliki

U.N. secretary-general in Baghdad; meets with Maliki

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was in Baghdad Monday to discuss issues including the status of Syrian refugees who have fled to Iraq, officials said.

Suicide vest girl asks Karzai to put her in new home

An Afghan girl, who said her brother and father forced her to wear a suicide vest, asked President Hamid Karzai to put her in a new home.

CAR man said he ate leg out of revenge

A Central African Republic man said he was seeking revenge when he ate the flesh of a Muslim man he and a Christian mob allegedly attacked and killed.
John Kerry cancels trip to Israel at last minute

John Kerry cancels trip to Israel at last minute

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called off his Monday visit to Israel at the last minute, Israeli broadcaster Arutz Sheva reported.

Bush fire destroys 50 homes in Australia's Perth Hills area

A bush fire in Australia destroyed 50 houses but the number could "could have been 450" if firefighters had not contained the blaze, an official said.

Vigilantes take over Mexican city of Apatzingan

Armed vigilantes wrested control of much of the city of Apatzingan, Mexico, from a drug cartel, setting fire to its main municipal building, the mayor said.
Pope Francis baptizes 32 babies at Sistine Chapel

Pope Francis baptizes 32 babies at Sistine Chapel

Pope Francis baptized 32 babies at the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, calling the children "the central figures, the protagonists."

6.5-magnitude earthquake off Puerto Rico's northern coast

There was no threat of a tsunami Sunday after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit off the north coast of Puerto Rico, the National Weather Service in Miami said.

South Sudan rebel leader says peace negotiations are not progressing

South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar said Sunday that he is not closer to agreeing to a peace deal following a meeting with African mediators.

Money needed to relocate 150,000 displaced people in Haiti

Nearly 150,000 people are still living in temporary plastic and plywood homes four years after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti, officials said.

Trierweiler hospitalized after reading of Hollande's alleged affair

Valerie Trierweiler has been hospitalized after discovering her boyfriend, President Francois Hollande, allegedly had an affair, her office said.

Anders Breivik complains of prison treatment

Convicted terrorist Anders Breivik said he's been subjected to hundreds of strip searches in prison, and doesn't receive enough fresh air and exercise.

Protesters block streets in Bangkok

Bangkok police stepped up their traffic-control late Sunday when anti-government protesters began blocking major streets ahead of planned demonstrations.

Pope Francis chooses new cardinals

Pope Francis on Sunday named 19 new cardinals of the Catholic church, most of whom hail from Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Four killed when jet crashes, erupts in flames in western Germany

All four people aboard a corporate jet died Sunday when the plane crashed in western Germany, police said.

Vietnam house explosion kills 4, injures 1

Four college students died and one other was injured when a house in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, exploded, university officials said.

27 homes destroyed in Australian bush fire

A bush fire ignited Sunday in Perth Hills, Australia, destroying 27 homes and leading to evacuations, fire officials said.

Thousands flee homes as landslides kill six in Mindanao, Philippines

Six people were killed and thousands displaced when landslides hit villages on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, police said Sunday.
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