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Somali pirate in court A Somali teenager captured by the US during the rescue of an American sea captain from pirates has appeared in a federal court in New York. The judge briefly closed the trial to the public until he had clarified whether Abde Wale Abdul Kadhir Muse was a juvenile as his mother claimed.
Mass Tamil Exodus Sri Lanka says 63,000 Tamil civilians have escaped from the last remaining area of territory held by Tamil Tiger rebels in the past two days. The army said it had made further inroads into the small area in the north, searching for the rebel leader. It says many civilians were fleeing by sea.
South African Elections Jacob Zuma has said his party expects a "massive" turnout in South African elections to be held on Wednesday. The African National Congress (ANC) leader encouraged supporters to make this the biggest turnout in the country's history.
NATO restore ties NATO and Russia are resuming their formal ties, fuelled by the new Obama administration seeking to reset relations with Russia. Six years of cooperation between the alliance and Moscow on the NATO-Russia Council was abruptly suspended in August 2008, when Russia invaded Georgia.
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U.S. downturn engulfs developing nations Nato ministers have agreed to resume formal ties with Russia, with a call to tackle the challenges that they are facing in the country of Afghanistan.

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Brown email scandal

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologised over e-mails sent by his former aide Damian McBride. In a letter to the head of the civil service, Sir Gus O'Donnell, Brown said the controversy sparked by a senior aide's slurs against several high-profile Tories...

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G20 Officer Fiasco

A woman who was filmed being struck by a police sergeant at the G20 protests has described his actions as "very violent and unnecessary". Film footage showed an officer hitting Nicola Fisher, 35, from Brighton, across the face with his hand and on her leg...

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Home Office Leaker

The civil servant arrested for leaking Home Office documents to the Tories has said he does not regret doing so as he believed it was in the public interest. Christopher Galley also told the BBC he was only responsible for four of the 20 documents leaked...

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RCR swaps crews

RCR swaps crews for slumping Harvick, Mears CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Richard Childress Racing will swap the crews for slumping drivers Kevin Harvick and Casey Mears following this weekend's race at Talladega Superspeedway. Both teams have underperformed this...

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Saunders unveiling

Saunders to be unveiled Thursday as Wizards coach WASHINGTON (AP) -Flip Saunders officially has the job on the Washington Wizards' bench, complete with an $18 million, four-year contract and the task of picking up the pieces from one of the worst seasons...

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Tragedy troubles angels

Angels struggling on and off the field following Adenhart tragedy ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Angels returned home Tuesday and found the shrine still sitting at the front of the stadium, the T-shirts still hanging untouched in the locker, all the painful reminders...

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