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- Chinese premier praises relationship with Pakistan in glowing terms at start of 2-day visit
- Veteran climbers aged 80, 81 race to break older Everest climber record
- Japan approves joining international child custody treaty amid concerns about abductions
- Hard-line students in Afghanistan protest women's rights decree as un-Islamic, demand repeal
- African Union celebrates 50th year since founding, leaders to map out socio-economic gains
- Mortar lands in Congolese city of Goma as UN secretary-general arrives in capital
- Zimbabwe's president signs new constitution into law, vows peaceful polls expected September
- Ethiopian corruption watchdog arrests 51 suspects, most from tax, customs and business sector
- Iran's Ahmadinejad says ally's disqualification from presidential race is act of 'oppression'
- Iraqi spokesman: PM orders shakeup among military commanders in wake of deadly attacks
- Captors release 7 Egyptian security personnel abducted in Sinai
- Syria's opposition coalition urges rebels to reinforce embattled town near Lebanese border
- Russian drunk driver who killed 7, including 5 orphans, at bus stop gets 8 and a half years
- EU's 27 leaders discuss beefing up fight against tax fraud and companies' avoidance schemes
- Judge in Italy orders trial for captain in shipwreck of Costa Concordia, which killed 32
- Vienna official says city has returned nearly 6,000 art, other objects looted by Nazis
- Venezuela parliament reconvenes 3 weeks after brawl that injured opposition lawmakers
- Guatemala ruling could keep ex-dictator from prison, say victims, who blame politics
- Toronto mayor declines to offer substantive comment on alleged crack video
- Conservative political party files Supreme Court challenge to ruling on gay marriage in Brazil
- Fort Jackson, SC, commander suspended, facing adultery charges
- US missile test postponed in April due to North Korean tensions is now scheduled for Tuesday
- Kerry challenges Congress on security at US diplomatic missions, vows to boost protection
- Army general who served in Afghanistan is Pentagon pick to command US troops in South Korea