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Supreme court to hear Canada's appeal of Guantanamo ex-inmate ruling

Jumblatt in joint statement: legalise hash in Lebanon

Geneva Conventions invoke rights of Palestinians

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Kenya president argues for tougher security law

Century later, Jewish soldier may get top medal

Body of suspect sought in US shooting deaths found

Swiss to host conference on occupied Palestinian territories

Russia says will react if U.S. imposes new sanctions

U.S. fears Sony hackers may never be caught: law enforcement official

Rights groups condemn 'collective justice' after Chechnya attack

U.S. fears Sony hackers may never be caught - law enforcement official

Police claim progress in war against Rebels bikie gang

Japan PM Abe's base aims to restore past religious, patriotic values

Suspect in six Pennsylvania killings is target of manhunt

Russia calls US torture report 'shocking'

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa sworn into office, leads race to succeed Mugabe

EU to aid Bosnia with 166 million euros in bid to spur reform

US, Cuba move to end Cold War stand-off

UN accuses Ukraine forces, pro-Russia rebels of 'torture'

Sierra Leone goes door-to-door to fight Ebola surge

A look at the Pakistani Taliban militant group

Rights group calls for ICC probe of Nigerian presidential candidate

Agencies unlikely to face siege grilling

French cabs to block Paris roads in Uber taxi war

US won't hand over Marine in transgender murder: Philippines

Insight - After U.S. torture report, Poland asks what its leaders knew

US war vet kills himself, murders family: officials

After U.S. torture report, Poland asks what its leaders knew

EU to tighten sanctions on Crimea in time for leaders summit: officials

American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum: media

American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum - media

Israel suffers sharp rebuffs from Europe

Sony under attack from hackers and ex-employees

Pope leads global praise for 'historic' US-Cuba rapprochement

Senate passes spending bill, ends government shutdown threat

1000 ex-rebels break out of Uganda camp

Clinton denounces torture, says black lives matter

Navajos buy back artifacts at disputed auction

Dianne Feinstein: Torture critic, surveillance defender

Dam projects risk re-igniting Myanmar's civil war

Hong Kong 'business as usual' as activists vow to fight on

Psychologist says U.S. Senate's CIA report makes false charges