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- Saudi Arabia: Women experience freedom on campus, but few changes outside
- Skyway accident Manila: 17 dead after bus plunges off elevated Filipino highway
- Kim Jong Un: Uncle's execution offers rare look into Hermit Kingdom
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Bachelet's landslide victory is dampened by historically low turnout and doubts she can overcome a slowing economy and congressional opposition.
Syrian air force jets dropped barrel bombs, packed with explosives in a rebel-controlled part of Aleppo Sunday, killing at least 37 people, many children.
Kim Kyong Hui, the aunt of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, seems to have retained her political standing following her husband's execution for allegedly trying to overthrow the government. Kyong Hui, the sister of Kim Jong Il, helped groom Jong Un to lead the country.
Japanese officials say a diplomat was stabbed, though not injured seriously when he fought back during a failed kidnapping attempt near the Japanese embassy in Sanaa, Yemen's capital, Sunday.
About 200,000 anti-government protesters turned out in Kiev's Independence Square Sunday. But a top EU official says talks with the Ukrainian government have been placed 'on hold,' and Ukraine's president is set to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin Tuesday.
Nelson Mandela was buried Sunday, in a private burial attended by the Mandela family. The burial and the funeral were held in Qunu, a rural village in eastern South Africa where Mandela spent his childhood.
Egyptians will vote on a new constitution in a popular referendum Jan. 14 and 15. Changes to the constitution deepen the autonomy of the military, restrict religious political parties, and offer more human rights.
Dennis Rodman goes to North Korea next week to start coaching the national basketball team. But Dennis Rodman also has a birthday surprise planned: former NBA players will play for Kim Jong-un. Who will play for the Dear Leader?