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French Investigators Search For 6 More Terror Suspects

Authorities believe the three gunmen may have had more accomplices than first thought. A total of 17 victims and the three gunmen died in three days of bloodshed last week.
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Next Cover Of 'Charlie Hebdo' Appears To Feature Prophet Muhammad

The cover features an image apparently of Islam's prophet shedding a tear and holding a sign that reads: "Je Suis Charlie." It comes less than a week after a deadly attack on the magazine.
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Video Game Based On Ancient Story Aims For Audiences In Iran, Beyond

Two entrepreneurs with Iranian roots hope to make an international splash with a new online multiplayer game that is an update of a 1,000-year-old Iranian poem.
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Poisoned Homemade Beer Is Blamed For 69 Deaths In Mozambique

The brewer of a batch of traditional homemade beer is listed among nearly 70 people who died after drinking it following a funeral in Mozambique, leaving authorities with many questions.
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Organizers Of Anti-'Islamization' Rally In Germany Mark Paris Attack

The protest in Dresden drew about 25,000 people who are against what they see as the "Islamization of Europe." Their rally was met by counterdemonstrations.
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Anti-Immigrant Rally Draws Thousands In Dresden

Supporters of a German movement that seeks to limit Muslim immigration marched through the streets of Dresden on Monday, despite appeals for them to lesson inter-communal tensions.
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U.S. State Dept.: Weak Government Has Slowed Haiti's Recovery

Five years ago, Haiti was hit by a devastating earthquake. Haiti Special Coordinator Thomas Adams for the U.S. State Department tells Audie Cornish why the reconstruction has been achingly slow.
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In France's Muslim Community, Stories Of Heroism, And Some Fear

Muslims were among the first people at the scene of last week's attacks in Paris. An employee of the kosher supermarket saved hostages, and a policeman died responding to the Charlie Hebdo shootings.
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The World's Oldest First-Grader Is Honored By A Google Doodle

At age 84, Kimani Maruge put on a school uniform for the first time and went to school. Today's doodle pays tribute to his inspirational story.
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Greeks Shun Mainstream Politics Without Great Alternatives

Many Greeks say they plan to vote outside the political mainstream in this month's election because they want an end to the corrupt, populist politics of the past. So they're reaching out to radical parties, including the leftist Syriza Party, which is expected to win the election, after holding just four percent of parliamentary seats in 2009

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