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Monday, March 2, 2015
Thousands to join march over slain Russian politician
Thousands of Russians prepared Sunday to march through central Moscow in memory of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov who was gunned down near the Kremlin in the highest-profile assassination of Vladimir Putin's rule.
Egypt court says Hamas a 'terrorist organization'
An Egyptian court declared Hamas a “terrorist organization” on Saturday, further isolating the blockaded rulers of the Gaza Strip once openly welcomed by the country's toppled Islamist-dominated government.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Washington on Sunday to press his case against an emerging deal on Iran's nuclear program in a contentious address to the U.S. Congress, which he said he is delivering out of concern for Israel's security.
Egypt's electoral commission said Sunday it was preparing a new timetable for parliamentary polls, delaying the March 21 vote after a court ruled parts of the election law unconstitutional.
Iran could allow Internet giants such as Google to operate in the Islamic republic if they respect its “cultural” rules, Fars news agency said Sunday quoting a senior official.
Venezuela set to restrict US diplomats and tourists
Venezuela will shrink the size of the U.S. Embassy staff, limit the activities of U.S. diplomats and require American citizens to apply for visas if they want to come bask on the beach.
The U.N. children's agency said on Saturday that hundreds of children were abducted two weeks ago by an armed group in South Sudan that is suspected to have ties with the country's military.
US conservatives back Rand Paul, Walker 2nd
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has won the U.S. Conservative Political Action Conference's annual presidential preference straw poll.
Rwandan investigators on Saturday urged the government to take action against the BBC and ban its radio programs from the country's airwaves over a controversial documentary questioning official versions of the 1994 genocide.
It's another big score for the Mexican government, which has been tearing through its list of most-wanted drug lords in recent years.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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