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U.K. Court Backs Julian Assange's Extradition

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court in London backed a ruling that would extradite Julian Assange to Sweden where he faces accusations of sex crimes.
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Suu Kyi's First Trip Out Of Myanmar Signals New Era

Thousands of migrants from Myanmar turned out to greet opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi during her visit to Thailand. It was her first trip outside Burma for 24 years. Suu Kyi is attending an economic forum in Bangkok, and is also expected to visit refugee camps on the Thai-Burmese border.
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Tour Companies Struggle To Book Greece Trips

The economic turmoil in Greece is a concern for many U.S.-based travel companies that offer tours to some of the Mediterranean's most revered destinations. It's not yet clear how much of an impact all of the negative publicity will have on bookings for the usually busy summer and autumn seasons.
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Kafka's Final Absurdist Tale Plays Out In Tel Aviv

A self-described cat lady and the state of Israel are locked in a battle over what may be unpublished manuscripts by Franz Kafka. In a story that is, well, Kafkaesque, the papers are in a small Tel Aviv apartment, in the possession of an elderly woman who has refused to let experts see them.

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