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Car Bomb Kills Two In Pakistan, Taliban Claims Responsibility

Police say a car bomb has killed two people and wounded 16, including five paramilitary troops in Pakistan's southwest.

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Al-Qaeda Branch Claims Responsibility For Iraq Bomb Spree

Al-Qaeda's branch in Iraq has claimed responsibility for a spate of bomb attacks across the country the previous day that killed more than 30 people and injured more than 100.

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Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Deadly Iraq Attacks

The Iraqi wing of Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for a wave of explosions that killed some 50 people across Iraq.

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Islamist Extremists Claim Responsibility For Nigeria Jailbreak

Gunmen have stormed a prison in central Nigeria, killing one warden and freeing up to 200 prisoners.

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Syria: Rebels claim and then deny responsibility for Aleppo attacks

At least 28 killed and 240 wounded in explosion of two car bombs at two military sites. Civilians among the victims. For the experts, the attack is a sign of the training that Free Syrian Army receives from abroad.

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Sri Lanka: For Caritas Sri Lanka, the state has a responsibility for migrant workers

About 23 per cent of the island’s population is abroad. A seminar organised by Caritas Sri Lanka-Sedec looks at the positive (high earnings) and negative (weaker family ties) aspects of working in other countries. In 2010, migrant workers contributed LKR 279.4 billion (US$ 2.41 billion) to the ...

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Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Baghdad Bombings

The Al-Qaeda in Iraq group has claimed responsibility for a wave of bombings in Baghdad last week that killed 69 people and wounded some 200 more.

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Vatican: The fight against AIDS requires drugs but also instilling a sense of responsibility

The Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers issues a statement, demanding that anti-AIDS therapies be extended to all peoples and parts of the population. Some AIDS-related deaths are “no longer justifiable;” the same is true for “the pain of the relatives of the people involved, the ...

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Former Cambodian head of State denies responsibility at UN-backed war crimes trial

A former Cambodian head of State during the rule of the notorious Khmer Rouge in the late 1970s told a United Nations-backed war crimes tribunal today that the genocide trial he is facing is based on guesses, generalizations and bias.

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Egypt: Army absolved of responsibility in massacre of Coptic demonstrators

This is the conclusion of an investigation by the government-sponsored National Council for Human Rights. Outside elements that infiltrated the demonstration organised by Coptic activists were responsible for the 28 deaths and hundreds of wounded. The reference to a third party is used to ...

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Kazakh Bomber 'Identified,' As Islamist Group Claims Responsibility

Officials in western Kazakhstan say they have identified the man who was killed on October 31 by an improvised explosive device he had reportedly prepared.

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