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Pakistan Court Orders Conditional Release For Suspect In Mumbai Attack

Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi's lawyers argued that extended detention infringed on his rights because he had been granted bail by an anti-terrorism court. The Islamabad High Court agreed.
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Greece To Hold Elections After Parliament Fails To Elect A President

The government's candidate former European Commissioner Stavros Dimas failed to win over the minimum of at least 180 of 300 parliamentary lawmakers. Elections will likely be held in February.
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Rescue Official Believes AirAsia Flight Is On Ocean's Floor

An AirAsia plane, traveling from Indonesia to Singapore, is missing. Shortly before losing contact on Sunday, the pilot had asked to change course due to weather conditions.
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United Arab Emirates Shows Off Its Military Might

The United Arab Emirate has emerged as an ally in the U.S.-led fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State, also known as ISIS. Known for its wealth, the UAE is now showing off its military might.
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Europe's Largest Zinc Mine Lies Deep Under Ireland's Countryside

Major industries from cars to tech couldn't function without zinc. Business is booming at the mine in Ireland — especially since China stopped exporting its supply.
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Heavy Snowfall Delights Skiers In The Alps, Snarls Traffic

A major snow storm in the Alps over the weekend trapped skiers and vacationers. According to officials, as many as 37,000 vehicles were stuck Saturday night in the Savoie region of the Alps.
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Search Resumes For Missing AirAsia Flight With 162 Aboard

Flight QZ8501, traveling from Indonesia to Singapore, lost contact with air traffic control Sunday morning. The search for the plane was suspended for the night, but resumed at dawn.
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A Year And 7,000 Deaths Later, A Look At The Ebola Epidemic

The first case in the current Ebola outbreak in Africa was found a year ago. Dr. Dan Cooper, a British health worker volunteering at a treatment center in Sierra Leone, describes how things are now.
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The Most Dedicated Ebola Adversaries Are Men And Women On A Mission

Missionaries have been on the front lines in the fight against Ebola, and their faith and long ties to West Africa have made them key players in the response to the outbreak there.
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Pope John Paul II's Would-Be Assassin Lays Roses At His Tomb

In 1981, Mehmet Ali Ağca shot the pontiff twice at close range as the pope's open motorcade passed through St. Peter's Square. He was jailed for three decades before his release in 2010.

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