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Associated Press

An anti-American rally in Argentina turned violent as more than 1,000 rioters clashed with police, setting bonfires in the streets and destroying storefronts across about six square blocks less than a mile from the fourth Summit of the Americas.

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Associated Press

A wave of arson attacks in Paris' restive suburbs punctured what authorities said Friday was otherwise a first relative night of calm after a week of clashes between angry youths and riot police. Nice spin, read it.

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Associated Press

Iran's government announced that 40 ambassadors and senior diplomats, including supporters of warmer ties with the West, will be fired, continuing a purge of reformers as the regime takes an increasingly tough stance at home and abroad.

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Agence France Presse

Iran is unfazed by the threat of war or sanctions over its disputed nuclear programme and mounting international pressure has only hardened its resolve. "They must understand that such an attitude will only persuade us more to have nuclear techn

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Reuters

Russia, Syria's close ally since Cold War times, will do all it takes to block any attempt to slap economic sanctions against Damascus. "Russia will do everything necessary to stop attempts to introduce sanctions against Syria."

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The European Union's highest court finally settled the fate of feta cheese decreeing it a traditional Greek product deserving protection. "The court upholds the name 'feta' as a protected designation of origin for Greece."

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Agence France Presse

Proposed legislation in Australia would make it a crime for one parent to tell the other that their 16 - 18 year old child had been detained under anti-terror laws, or face 5 year jail time.

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Agence France Presse

"The fact that the United States are still making difficulties on the negotiating table is an attitude that lacks goodwill." You didn't think it was about free trade did you?

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That toll remained at around 20,000 people, but a senior army official close to the rescue operations said government officials were estimating that between 35,000 and 40,000 died. The official asked not to be identified because he wasn't authori

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