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Chafing Under Colonial Laws, Tribes Mull Separate Province

Chafing Under Colonial Laws, Tribes Mull Separate Province

KHYBER PASS, Pakistan, -- Younas Afridi, a resident of the famed Khyber Pass, is an angry young man. He spends most of his time worrying about his imprisoned relatives, members of ...

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Last Line Of Defense Against The Taliban — Qarqeen

Last Line Of Defense Against The Taliban — Qarqeen

White-bearded Gurbandurdy and his 120-man civil defense force have two enemies. They also have two friends -- the Afghan and Turkmen governments -- who seem to have forgotten them ...

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Serbian Progressives Pledge Reforms After Election Win

Serbian Progressives Pledge Reforms After Election Win

BELGRADE -- Serbia's likely next prime minister has vowed to reform labor laws, bankruptcy laws, and privatization legislation no later than July after his center-right party won ...

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Azerbaijanis Sentenced In High-Profile Mass-Disorder Case

Azerbaijanis Sentenced In High-Profile Mass-Disorder Case

SAKI, Azerbaijan -- In Azerbaijan, sentences have been handed down to two leading opposition figures in a high-profile mass-disorder case. A court in the northern city of Saki on ...

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Crisis In Ukraine

Crisis In Ukraine

-- With the referendum under way, acting Ukrainian Defense Minister Ihor Tenyuck announced that Kyiv has agreed a truce with the Russian Defense Ministry and Black Sea Fleet in Cr ...

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Kyrgyz Officials Say No Sign Of Missing Malaysian Plane

Kyrgyz Officials Say No Sign Of Missing Malaysian Plane

BISHKEK -- Kyrgyz officials say there is no indication that a missing Malaysian Airlines plane has landed or crashed in Kyrgyzstan or along the Kyrgyz-Chinese border. Malaysian Pr ...

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Karzai Says Country Does Not Need U.S. Troops

Karzai Says Country Does Not Need U.S. Troops

In his final address to parliament, President Hamid Karzai said Afghanistan's security forces can maintain order so the United States can withdraw all its troops. Karzai told parl ...

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Ukrainian Athletes In Silent Sochi Protest

Ukrainian Athletes In Silent Sochi Protest

Some members of Ukraine's Paralympic team competing at the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia have staged a "silent protest" against the turmoil in their country by covering their meda ...

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Car Bombs Kill More Than A Dozen People In Baghdad

Car Bombs Kill More Than A Dozen People In Baghdad

Aseries of car bomb attacks in Baghdad has killed at least 15 people and wounded dozens more. The bombings on March 15 mainly targeted commercial areas in eastern, southern and no ...

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Serbians Vote In Parliamentary Elections

Serbians Vote In Parliamentary Elections

Polls have opened in Serbia for parliamentary elections in which the country's 6.7 million eligible voters will choose 250 lawmakers. The snap poll was called by the ruling Serbia ...

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