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Anti-government protests ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix

Somali police say 10 die in attack on education office

Colombian rebels blame government for war's rising death toll

Egypt to destroy torched building of Mubarak's party

Clinton charity to allow 6 countries to donate, not others

Germany to raise growth forecasts next week - sources

Zimbabwe's Mugabe says bonuses for public workers to stay

Colombia to renew FARC bombing

Greek rally supports Canadian-run gold mine

Labour Party most likely to form government, Deutsche Bank research shows

Activists criticize Kenya for putting Muslim groups on Shabaab supporters'...

Activists criticise Kenya for putting Muslim groups on Shabaab supporters'...

Finns expected to vote for change in recession-hit country

Brazil sees slight recovery next year in line with market forecasts

Syrian government airstrikes kill at least 9 in Aleppo

General Dynamics says still focused on government cybersecurity business

Germany's Bundesbank backs IMF quota and governance reforms

Australia to withhold payments from parents against vaccine

Former US envoy for NKorea nominated to post in Thailand

"Thank God she is alive."

With focus on re-election, Polish PM puts reforms on hold

Greece wants EU/IMF deal but impasse could bring referendum: deputy PM

U.S. lawmakers asked Clinton about private emails in 2012

President of Emirates air denies US accusations of state aid

Gunfights and roadblocks hit Mexican border city

Greece wants EU/IMF deal but impasse could bring referendum - deputy PM

At least five shot in anti-government protest in Guinea

Clinton Foundation to continue accepting some foreign money

Greek banks' exposure to Greek securities is not very high - ECB

Fires of rage in Athens

Chinese economy shifts into lower gear

India issues fresh tax notice to Vodafone - report

China calls on Dalai Lama to 'put aside illusions' about talks

Iraqi prime minister says committed to reforms to attract business

Brazil VP says government is 'paying attention' to protests