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  • Iranian protesters storm British Embassy in Tehran

     
    Protesters seize British Embassy in Iran: Hundreds of demonstrators stormed the British Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday to protest sanctions imposed on Iran, chanting “Death to Britain” and setting fire to the British, American and Israeli flags....
  • Norway gunman Anders Behring Breivik declared insane, may avoid prison

     
    Anders Behring Breivik, the man behind the Norway massacre in July, is declared insane. The psychiatric evaluation means that Anders Behring Breivik could be confined to a mental hospital instead of sentenced to prison for the bomb and shooting attacks in...
  • Confessed Norway mass killer to undergo 2nd psychiatric evaluation

     
    Confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is to undergo a second psychiatric evaluation in Norway. The first assessment found that Breivik was clinically insane when he set off a car bomb and went on a shooting rampage near Oslo, killing 77 people....
  • German clothier outrages with shop name similar to Norway killer

     
    A German clothing brand popular with neo-Nazis has opened a store with a name similar to the Norwegian extremist who stalked and killed scores of people in a ruthless attack last summer....
  • Egypt panel upholds decision to toss key presidential candidates

     
    Egypt’s election commission upheld its decision Tuesday to disqualify three key presidential candidates: Omar Suleiman, former intelligence chief and vice president; Khairat Shater, onetime political prisoner and Muslim Brotherhood financier; and...
  • Syrian cease-fire on verge of shattering

     
    Despite a cease-fire in Syria, shelling continued in the battered city of Homs and a government offensive in the northwest province of Idlib intensified, according to anti-government activists. In Paris, a meeting of almost 60 "Friends of Syria" countries...
  • Africa calls for World Bank reform after Nigerian denied top post

     
    Africans call for World Bank reform after Africa's candidate for World Bank president is passed over: African financial leaders called for the reform of the World Bank and its process for selecting its leader, dominated for six decades by the US, after...
  • Britain shares new details, calls for justice in Chinese death probe

     
    Britain shared new details Tuesday surrounding its reaction to the death of British businessman Neil Heywood, whose alleged murder figures in a political scandal that has roiled China, as it continued to press for justice in the sensitive case....
  • Russia shows 'callous disregard' in Katyn massacre case, court says

     
    Russia's refusal to cooperate with the European Court of Human Rights in exposing a 1940 war crime that killed 22,000 Poles in the Katyn forest shows "callous disregard" for the victims and their relatives, the court said in a ruling Monday....
  • Chinese mainland moms to be banned from birthing in Hong Kong

     
    Hong Kong plans to ban women from mainland China from giving birth in the territory, its chief executive said Monday, the latest sign of tension between the metropolis and the mainland....
  • Afghan leader Karzai calls for Taliban 'brothers' to bargain, not bomb

     
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai renewed appeals Tuesday for militant groups to come to the bargaining table....