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A Chinese company wants to buy a U.S. pork producer for $4.7 billion, Papua New Guinea repeals the sorcery act but reintroduces the death penalty and, according to a new book, the war in Afghanistan has cost Britain more than $56 billion

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Two of the most violent gangs in Honduras will begin peace talks, Thai students push for a relaxation of school rules and police have arrested a 22-year-old man near Paris in connection with the stabbing of a soldier

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Japan is becoming the dominant economic force in Burma, Pakistan suffers from a severe power shortage and Chinese hackers have reportedly stolen the floorplans for an Australian spy agency’s new headquarters

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Foreign mining operations in Mozambique displace local families, the E.U. trade chief wants an investment pact with China and violence that has raged in the Swedish capital Stockholm has stoked a national debate over issues of …

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Iran pushes ahead with the construction of a nuclear reactor, China unveils its first pilot carbon-trading program and rebels in the DRC have declared a ceasefire ahead of a visit by U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

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Iranian authorities ban two influential politicians from running in the presidential election next month, bear bile farming draws strong criticism in China and Britain has reportedly asked the E.U. to add the military wing of …

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Guatemala’s highest court overturns the genocide conviction of former dictator Efraín Ríos Montt, the European Parliament will hold talks to fight tax evasion and a three-month dip in hog prices in China is poised to come to an end

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The E.U. is worried about Russia’s human rights record, rubber barons deforest Cambodia and Laos and attempts to introduce a law to protect women’s freedoms have reportedly been blocked by conservative religious lawmakers in Afghanistan

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The Bank of China closes the account of North Korea’s main foreign exchange bank, France struggles to contain radical Islam in its prisons and the hacktivist group Anonymous said it may target Aung San Suu Kyi

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The CDC says the current strain of bird flu cannot cause a pandemic, why is Chinese art underrepresented around the world and Germany has experienced its biggest spike in immigration in almost two decades

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