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Murder Trial Of Alleged Neo-Nazi Has Germans On Edge

Beate Zschaepe is alleged to have been a member of a self-styled neo-Nazi group accused of murdering immigrants.
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Preventing Terrorism In The Digital Age

The surviving Boston bombing suspect told investigators he and his brother learned to build bombs from online sources. Terrorism in the digital age.

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Bangladesh Fears Exodus Of Western Retailers

Following The Walt Disney Co.'s decision to end apparel production in Bangladesh over last week's collapse of a garment factory complex, some officials were worried that others will follow.
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Pakistani Prosecutor Investigating Bhutto Death Is Gunned Down

Chaudhry Zulfiqar Ali was traveling from his home in Islamabad to a hearing in the case of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's 2007 assassination when his car was sprayed with bullets.
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Reports: American Refueling Plane Crashes In Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan's emergencies ministry says the plane went down about 100 miles west of the U.S.-operated Transit Center at Manas. That base supports U.S. military operations in nearby Afghanistan.
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Dozens Die In Run Up To Pakistan's Elections

In the run up to this month's elections in Pakistan for National Assembly seats, militants have killed candidates and targeted the offices of three secular parties. Dozens have died. The attacks have raised doubts about how free or fair the election will be.
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Obama Encourages U.S., Mexico To Focus On Economic Relations

President Barack Obama is in Mexico for talks with President Enrique Pena Nieto and a speech to young people. His trip aims to highlight the strong ties between the neighbors as well as the need for continuing cooperation on security and immigration matters.

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