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16/12/2014 14:29
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly condemned a "cowardly" attack by Taliban militants Tuesday on an army-run school in neighbouring Pakistan that killed at least 130 people - most of them children.
 
Over 100 killed in Taliban attack on Pakistan school: OfficialsOver 100 killed in Taliban attack on Pakistan school: Officials
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At least 104 people and 84 of them have been killed after Taliban gunmen attacked a school in Pakistani city of Peshawar.
 
British businessman Shrien Dewani is dischargedBritish businessman Shrien Dewani is discharged
8/12/2014 13:03
British businessman Shrien Dewani was on Monday discharged of the killing of his wife Anni in 2010 and free to return home.
 
Ethiopia tests thousands for HIV in record attemptEthiopia tests thousands for HIV in record attempt
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More than 3,300 people were tested for HIV Sunday in the Ethiopian region of Gambella, a massive turnout that exceeded expectations among AIDS campaigners who had hoped to test 2,000 people, according to local officials.
 
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Zambian police on Friday said they had arrested and charged a former government official for celebrating the recent death of President Michael Sata by firing a gun in the air.
 
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Two Malaysian children sued Malaysia Airlines and the government on Friday over the loss of their father on Flight 370, the first lawsuit filed in the country by relatives of those aboard the jetliner that mysteriously disappeared eight months ago.
 
Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosque ahead of Muslim PrayersIsrael reopens Al-Aqsa mosque ahead of Muslim Prayers
31/10/2014 10:15
Israel reopened Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound Friday ahead of the weekly Muslim prayers, after a rare closure following clashes sparked by the killing of a Palestinian by police.
 
 
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