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Russia flash floods: 134 killed in Krasnodar region – BBC News



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Russia flash floods: 134 killed in Krasnodar region
BBC News
Flash floods caused by torrential rain have swept the southern Russian Krasnodar region, killing 134 people, officials say. The floods, the worst there in living memory, struck at night, reportedly without warning. TV pictures showed people scrambling
Death Toll Reaches 134 in Russia FloodsWall Street Journal
Heavy Rain in Southern Russia Brings Deadly Flash FloodsNew York Times
Flooding kills 134 in southern RussiaGlobe and Mail
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Facing Calls to Give Up Power, Egypt Military Battles Crowds – New York Times



The Guardian
Facing Calls to Give Up Power, Egypt Military Battles Crowds
New York Times
Demonstrators in and around Tahrir Square clashed with the police for a second day on Sunday. More Photos » By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK CAIRO — Egypt's military rulers struggled Sunday to contain an explosion of protests demanding their ouster,
Frustrated Egyptians come out in forceLos Angeles Times
Egyptian Protesters Battle Police for Tahrir SquareVoice of America
Grim future for Arab Spring as violence erupts in EgyptHa’aretz
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Livni: World must act to halt Iran nuclear program – Jerusalem Post



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Livni: World must act to halt Iran nuclear program
Jerusalem Post
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS Opposition leader speaks with 9 foreign media agencies following release of IAEA report; Mofaz calls for intensified sanctions on Tehran. Opposition leader Tzipi Livni called on the international community to be proactive
UN reports Iran work 'specific' to nuke armsBusinessWeek
Several countries criticize Iran's nuclear programCNN International
Ahmadinejad: Iran Won't Retreat on NukesTIME
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Iran intelligence chief rejects US allegations – San Jose Mercury News



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Iran intelligence chief rejects US allegations
San Jose Mercury News
AP TEHRAN, Iran—Iran's intelligence chief says there are holes in the US allegations that Iranian agents plotted to kill the Saudi ambassador to the United States. Heidar Moslehi says no professional intelligence agency would issue orders to an agent
Iran links dissident group to Saudi ambassador assassination plotThe Guardian
US Denies Iran Claims That Saudi Plot Defendant Belongs to Exile GroupNew York Times
What Will U.S. Do About Iran?Fox News
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Delegates to North-South Korea relations summit calls for adherence to past … – Washington Post



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Delegates to North-South Korea relations summit calls for adherence to past
Washington Post
ATHENS, Ga. — An agreement reached between delegates to an informal US conference on relations between North and South Korea recommends the three countries' governments abide by past nuclear weapons agreements and cooperate on providing food aid,
New US Envoy to Talk With North KoreansNew York Times
US Plans Fresh Talks With North KoreaWall Street Journal
US Sets New Talks With PyongyangVoice of America
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Floods Test New Thai Leader on Many Fronts – New York Times



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Floods Test New Thai Leader on Many Fronts
New York Times
BANGKOK — Just two months into her tenure, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is facing a major test of leadership that could shape her administration, surrounded not only by floodwaters surging against barriers around Bangkok but by
Bangkok braced for floodingTelegraph.co.uk
PM calls for unity as floods threaten Thai capitalReuters
Flooding fears loom large for Bangkok residents The Associated Press
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Somali kidnappers demand money for return of dead French hostage’s body – Telegraph.co.uk



Telegraph.co.uk
Somali kidnappers demand money for return of dead French hostage's body
Telegraph.co.uk
The kidnappers of a disabled Frenchwoman who died after being dragged from her home in Kenya are now demanding a ransom for the return of her body, France said on Thursday. By Henry Samuel, Paris Marie Dedieu, 66, was kidnapped on October 1 and taken
Kenyans ask if military attack in Somalia has exit strategyChristian Science Monitor
Somali Kidnappers of French Woman Demand Cash for RemainsVoice of America
Kenya operation in Somalia must not be drawn out: AnnanReuters Africa
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Abbas: Israel Promised to Release More Prisoners – TIME – TIME



Sydney Morning Herald
Abbas: Israel Promised to Release More Prisoners – TIME
TIME
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas welcomes a prisoner wearing a Hamas headband after the release of hundreds of prisoners from Israeli jails on October 18, 2011, in Ramallah. As Palestinians exult in the
Freed Palestinian prisoners back to daily lifeAtlanta Journal Constitution
Egypt to pick rest of detainees in swap deal: HamasAFP
Freed Palestinian prisoners back to daily lifeBoston.com
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Nicolas Sarkozy speaks of ‘profound joy’ at daughter’s birth – Telegraph.co.uk



The Hindu
Nicolas Sarkozy speaks of 'profound joy' at daughter's birth
Telegraph.co.uk
Nicolas Sarkozy set the tone for his new daughter's low-key birth today, declaring it a "very profound joy, a joy all the deeper because it is private”. Nicolas Sarkozy leaves the La Muette clinic Photo: AP By Henry Samuel, Paris Mr Sarkozy and his
Carla Bruni: It's a girl, the first baby in a French presidencyChristian Science Monitor
French president Nicolas Sarkozy's work-life balanceCNN International (blog)
Sarkozy and Bruni feel 'deep joy' over new babymsnbc.com
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Turkish Troops Enter Iraq After Deadliest PKK Strikes Since ’90s – BusinessWeek



Globe and Mail
Turkish Troops Enter Iraq After Deadliest PKK Strikes Since '90s
BusinessWeek
Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Thousands of Turkish troops crossed into Iraq to hunt fighters from the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, which is staging its deadliest strikes since the 1990s. Twenty-two battalions in five areas on both sides of
Turkey Attacks PKK in IraqWall Street Journal
Turkey steps up offensive in IraqBBC News
Turkey mourns 24 slain soldiersCBS News

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