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Carrying flowers, portraits and signs that said "I am not afraid," more than 20,000 people somberly marched Sunday in Moscow to mourn opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, whose slaying on the streets of the capital has shaken Russia's beleaguered opposition.
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Sierra Leone's vice president in quarantine for Ebola

Associated Press-MacAulay  |  posted 48 minutes ago
Sierra Leone's vice president has put himself in quarantine following the death from Ebola of one of his security guards.
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Syria agrees to UN fact-finding mission in Aleppo

The Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
The United Nations envoy to Syria is sending a mission to the contested city of Aleppo to determine the situation on the ground and help ensure that humanitarian aid can reach civilians in need if a local truce is reached, the U.N. said Sunday.
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Coalition balks at signing peace accord for northern Mali

The Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
A coalition of armed opposition groups says it's not ready to sign a peace accord for restive northern Mali.
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Hong Kong arrests 33 in protest against Chinese shoppers

Kelvin Chan, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 8:41am
Hong Kong police arrested nearly three dozen people Sunday after scuffles broke out at a protest in a border town, in the latest example of heightened tensions over the growing influx of mainland Chinese shoppers in the city.
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2 detained in German anti-terror raid have been set free

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 8:30am
German authorities say two people who were detained in connection with an anti-terror raid in the city Bremen have been released.
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UN says violence in Iraq kills at least 1,100 in February

Sinan Salaheddin, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 8:21am
The U.N. mission to Iraq said Sunday that violence claimed the lives of at least 1,100 Iraqis in February, including more than 600 civilians.
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Crowd beats to death teenage girl suspected of planning suicide attack

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 8:21am
Witnesses and police say a crowd at a northeastern Nigerian market beat to death a teenage girl suspected of planning a suicide attack, then set her body ablaze.
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CCTV video may show missing British girls in Istanbul

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 7:40am
A Turkish television station says it has obtained video showing three missing British teenagers at an Istanbul bus terminal before they boarded a bus to a city near Turkey's border with Syria.
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Palestinian activist: boycott of Israeli products begins

Mohammed Daraghmeh, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 7:22am
Most West Bank shops no longer carry the products of six major Israeli food companies, as a boycott triggered by rising Israeli-Palestinian tensions is taking hold, a boycott leader said Sunday.
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Estonians vote in parliamentary election amid security fears

Jari Tanner, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 6:50am
Estonians were voting Sunday for a new parliament in an election dominated by economic issues and security concerns due to Russia's actions in Ukraine.
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First Iranian flight arrives in rebel-held capital of Yemen

Ahmed Al-Haj, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 6:50am
The first direct flight from Iran to Yemen's capital arrived on Sunday, as the Shiite rebels holding Sanaa formalize ties with the regional Shiite powerhouse.
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Afghan avalanches, flooding death toll rises to near 250

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 6:40am
An Afghan provincial official says that the death toll from a massive avalanche in a mountainous valley near the capital Kabul rose to 198 as bulldozers and other machinery began clearing roads and rescue teams were able to reach remote villages that have been cut off for almost a week.
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Israel's Netanyahu heads to Washington for Congress speech

Aron Heller, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 6:10am
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Washington on Sunday to press his case against an emerging deal on Iran's nuclear program in a contentious address to the U.S. Congress, which he said he is delivering out of concern for Israel's security.
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Widow of murdered spy blames Russian govt for new killing

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 5:40am
The widow of murdered Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko thinks the Russian government may have been involved in the murder of leading opposition figure Boris Nemtsov.
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India's ruling party forms coalition government in Kashmir

Aijaz Hussain, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 5:31am
India's ruling Hindu nationalist party formed a coalition government in Kashmir on Sunday, marking the first time it will hold a leadership position in the disputed Muslim-majority region.
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Emirates refers case of mall stabbing suspect to top court

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 5:00am
The United Arab Emirates attorney general says the case of a woman accused of stabbing an American teacher to death in an Abu Dhabi mall restroom has been referred to the country's Federal Supreme Court, where she will face multiple charges, including for terrorism-related offenses.
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Egypt court declares part of election law unconstitutional

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 3:31am
An Egyptian court on Sunday ruled as unconstitutional a clause in the election law that draws voting districts, a verdict that is almost certain to delay parliamentary elections scheduled to start later this month.
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Kurdish rebels say Turkey must take steps toward peace

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 3:20am
Kurdish rebels have rejected a call for them to lay down their arms, saying Turkey's government must first take steps to advance democracy and withdraw a controversial security bill being debated in Parliament.
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Prince William gets close look at tsunami disaster in Japan

Yuri Kageyama, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 1st - 2:20am
Britain's Prince William stood atop a hill in northeastern Japan on Sunday, and stretched below him was barren land known as the "Bay of Destruction," which was swept by a tsunami four years ago.
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Venezuela to shrink US Embassy staff, require tourist visas

Hannah Dreier, Associated Press  |  posted Feb 28th - 8:41pm
Venezuela will shrink the size of the U.S. Embassy staff, limit the activities of U.S. diplomats and require American citizens to apply for visas if they want to come bask on the beach.
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Brazil arrests US sect leader wanted on sex charges

Brad Brooks and Amy Forliti, Associated Press  |  posted Feb 28th - 5:40pm
Brazilian authorities said Saturday they arrested a self-professed minister put on a U.S. most-wanted list for allegedly molesting two girls in a "Maidens Group" at his religious fellowship in rural Minnesota.
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Chile's president meets with ailing teen who asked to die

The Associated Press  |  posted Feb 28th - 3:40pm
Chile's president went to a hospital Saturday to meet with a 14-year-old girl who shocked the country by going on YouTube to plead for the leader to let doctors euthanize her because she is tired of her struggle with cystic fibrosis.
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Greek police arrest 2 suspected members of anarchist group

The Associated Press  |  posted Feb 28th - 1:41pm
Greek police say they have arrested two people allegedly belonging to armed anarchist group Conspiracy Nuclei of Fire.
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