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Peru floods force hundreds to evacuate

Danish wing of German anti-Islamist movement holds rally

Murder and magic as Tanzania tackles 'witchcraft' killings

Hundreds of strangers mourn death of newborn set on fire

Mumbai slum kids create an app for water

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Hundreds of thousands protest in Chechnya against Mohammad cartoons

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Afghans protest French weekly's prophet cover for third day

ECB launches bond-buying programme

Hundreds protest Charlie Hebdo in Sydney

DreamWorks Animation Is Said to Plan Several Hundred Job Cuts

NJ Apartment Fire Displaces Hundreds

Cincinnati overpass collapse kills one

Image of Asia: Hindus pray to wash away sins in rivers

Image of Asia: A holy dip on a cold day in northern India

Hundreds flee Nigeria villages 'after Boko Haram warning'

Drone loaded with drugs crashes near US-Mexico border

Romanians protest Swiss franc loans repayments

Nishikori advances to 3rd round at Australian Open

Policeman guarding polio workers shot dead in Karachi

Idaho visit leaves Obama 3 states short of 50

Fans throw rocks at police, get tear-gassed at African Cup

Nishikori through to Australian Open quarterfinals

Bolivia caravan celebrates return of god of prosperity

Election measure being withdrawn after Congo unrest

Robots dance in mass-games fashion

Cincinnati Police: I-75 S. May Be Closed 2 Days

At the British Homing World Show: Not your average pigeon

Anti-Charlie Hebdo protesters burn French flag in Afghanistan

First US troops head to Middle East to train Syrian opposition

Thousands protest against Charlie Hebdo in Pakistan

Protests not over at Australian detention center: activists

Expedia buys Travelocity for $280 million

Hundreds displaced in New Jersey apartment building fire

Lincoln Collection to Be Auctioned in Dallas

Overseas backpackers fleeced over WA strawberry picking scam in Narrogin

The Kimberley Cattlemen's Association talks funding with the WA Department...