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Mexican authorities found the dismembered remains of a reporter kidnapped in 2007 stuffed into a barrel in the Mexican state of Tabasco, according to CNN.
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On the first anniversary of the Mumbai massacres, sensational claims about a simultaneous attack that claimed the life of the policeman who exposed the terror links of right-wing Hindu
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The 20-man team will oversee the ceasefire agreement between the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) starting on February 28.
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What we learned from the would-be Detroit bomber incident is that counter-terrorism must take seriously the hearts, minds and wills of potential bombers, and not just put more security in place.
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A nine-man Malaysian survey team makes final preparations for the arrival of the International Monitoring Team at the end of February, 2010.
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More and more news organizations depend on freelance journalists to cover global hot spots. Freelancers say, however, that they are too often left to fend for themselves.
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Journalists consistently miss the clear religious undertones of Uganda's guerrilla war, said David Mukholi of New Vision media.
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Linda Menuhin wasn't yet born when anti-Semitic violence first struck Iraq in 1941, but she remembers the terrifying months following Israel's military victory against several Arab nations in 1967.
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Reports of at least 150 Muslims killed in recent religious clashes in Nigeria should be investigated, a human rights group urged Saturday.
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