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U.S. torture report puts Romania's role under scrutiny

Bergdahl investigation wraps up top leaders get briefings

Obama likely to accept change in spying on leaders

Dueling surveillance rulings stir legal ripples

French minister: OK to ban comic's show

Federal Court ruling halts Shree Mineral's $20m Tarkine mine

Egypt proceeds with judiciary law despite uproar

Sudan arrests ex-PM after 'rapes by military' claim

Wallabies may appeal Simmons ban

Senate, House on collision course on border money

Sudan political rallies bring 'mirage' of freedom

Special Report - Web of lies: How a Spanish tech star fooled the world

Regulator looks into Telecom Italia bond, Argentina stake sale

India government likely to review anti-gay sex law

Obama expected to curb NSA access to phone records

Egypt forms committee to amend constitution

Wallabies call in 3 to cover for injured players

Saban: 4 arrested Bama players dismissed from team

SA Government 'stymieing' attempts to reduce water prices, former ESCOSA...

Egypt's Tahrir Square spruced up for rallies

Ole Miss frat suspended, noose suspects kicked out

Justice: Email snooping law no longer makes sense

Bahrain acquits opposition figure Marzooq: judicial source

Dems open door to taking part in Benghazi probe

Nevada finally establishes a court of appeals

Key events in Egypt's revolution and transition

Gambling parlors spent widely on Fla. officials

Is Big Data turning government into 'Big Brother'?

NSA reforms further Obama's reshaping of war on terror

India government mulls legalising gay sex after court ban

Spain props up soccer amid crushing austerity

Small Nebraska agency might further complicate Keystone fight

Criminal charge possible for Stewart in Ward death

'Shadow' over ADFA graduates

Japan prosecutors set to rule on possible Fukushima indictments

Lions, Australia captains in doubt for 3rd test

Egypt's long-scorned legislature deepens rift

Analysis: Dog of year in Congress whimpers to end

White House task force urges limit on NSA snooping

Rights groups: Obama NSA reform is first small step

Law Society holds meeting over Dubbo Mayor's comments about the judiciary

Report: Afghan politics hampers Kabul Bank case

Mexican court frees Frenchwoman in kidnapping case

China defends record at UN Human Rights Council

WikiLeaks: Snowden makes expanded asylum requests

DHS: A hunch is enough for searching your laptop

Transplant vote seeks medical and legal balance

Court suspends Egypt's parliament election

Key events in Egypt since the 2011 uprising

Call for Vic fire probe to include locals

Expanding control, Syrian rebels run prisons

Indonesia's illegal dentists bite back after ban