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Almost 100 000 people have signed a petition against an “offensive” ad by Irish bookmaker Paddy Power on the Oscar Pistorius trial
Italy's newly appointed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi visited Tunisia in his first official trip abroad.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu has directly urged Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
Chinese state television broadcast an interview with a police officer said to have shot five knife-wielding thugs who killed and injured scores of people in a railway station.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has defended Moscow’s actions in Ukraine’s Crimea region.
Two Russian warships crossed Turkey's Bosphorus Strait headed towards the Black Sea, Turkish media reported.
Russia said it would retaliate if the United States imposed sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine.
Kosovo's government ordered the creation of a national army of 5 000 soldiers by upgrading a lightly armed civil response force.
Italian police have discovered a money-laundering operation headed up by a mobster nicknamed the “Bank of Italy”.
Dewani must go to SA, UK judge rules
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