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Singapore riots: Conditions and pay are poor for booming Singapore's migrant workers, who make up about one-quarter of the overall workforce. The Singapore riots were sparked by the death of an Indian guest worker.
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International observers say Honduras presidential election results are 'transparent,' but protesters are alleging fraud. A recount may settle the dispute.
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Four US presidents, at least 50 other world leaders, some two dozen members of Congress, and many other notables will attend Nelson Mandela's memorial service Tuesday in a soccer stadium. With such short notice, it's a big challenge for the Secret Service and other agencies.
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Four members of the Exeter, R.I., town council wanted the state to handle concealed-carry permits. Not only did they fail, but gun rights residents have now put them up for a recall election.
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A court in Alexandria has ruled in favor of 21 women and girls convicted of joining an anti-coup protest. But other followers of former President Morsi are unlikely to get lenient treatment.
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Oklahoma approved the erection of a Ten Commandments monument on the State Capitol grounds in 2009. Satanists now say they have an equal right to put up one of their own.
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Rand Paul is near the head of the pack of Republicans considering a run for the presidency in 2016. But Sen. Paul's wife Kelley Ashby is giving that possibility a thumbs-down, and she may have the last word.
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South Korea has expanded its air defense zone. On a visit to the region, Vice President Joe Biden criticized China's recent declaration of its airspace zone.
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Frigid temperatures, snow, and ice have hammered much of the country, causing airline cancellations and traffic snarl-ups, power outages, and several deaths. More is on the way.
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Former conscripts are campaigning for compensation from the Chilean state for alleged abuse, unpaid pensions, and salaries for mandatory military service.
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A letter to her mother from missing teenager Abigail Hernandez, who vanished two months ago on the way home from school, has given the family and law enforcement officials hope.
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French President Francois Hollande said Saturday France will boost the number of troops in Central African Republic to 1,600 as Muslim-Christian violence continues.