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Sunday, April 26, 2015
Thousands honor soldiers 100 years after Gallipoli
For the first time at age 95, Bill Grayden has come to Gallipoli, where his father stormed the beach and took a bullet through his lung during the ill-fated British-led World War I invasion.
Burundi's president was Saturday declared as candidate for a controversial third term in office, his ruling party announced, despite mounting protests over a move that the opposition says is unconstitutional.
Police from seven European countries detained 26 people in a crackdown on a horsemeat trafficking ring two years after a tainted meat scandal that rocked the continent, the EU's judicial agency Eurojust said Saturday.
Police from seven European countries detained 26 people in a crackdown on a horsemeat trafficking ring two years after a tainted meat scandal that rocked the continent, the EU's judicial agency Eurojust said Saturday.
Three suicide car bombs driven by foreigners targeted the remote desert border crossing between Iraq and Jordan Saturday killing at least four Iraqi soldiers, said Iraqi officials.
UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats and potential kingmaker in next month's general election on Saturday ruled out a coalition with the center-left Labour Party if it required support from Scottish nationalists.
Former foreign minister of Poland Bartoszewski dies
Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, a former Auschwitz prisoner and member of Poland's underground World War II resistance who helped save Jews and later served twice as the country's foreign minister, died Friday in Warsaw. He was 93.
A day after revealing an intelligence failure that cost the lives of two al-Qaida hostages, U.S President Barack Obama on Friday praised his spying operations as the most capable in the world while promising a review aimed at preventing future mistakes.
Police admit Baltimore man needed urgent medical help
Police in Baltimore acknowledged Friday that an African-American man who died from injuries apparently sustained in custody should have received immediate medical help when he was arrested.
Spat over depiction of Native Americans in film sparks debate
When a group of Native American actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie this week, their decision generated praise and scorn on social media.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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