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Kenya insists fight against poachers not lost

Kenya insisted Tuesday that it has not lost the battle against poaching, resisting calls from wildlife activists for the ongoing slaughter of elephants and rhinos to be declared a national disaster. Duration: 01:13 Mar 26, 2014
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Obama says Russia threats 'out of weakness'

Russia's attitude to its neighbours is a sign of weakness, US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday after the Kremlin took control of the Crimea region from Ukraine. Duration: 01:04 Mar 26, 2014
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Zimbabwe opposition leader says MDC party united again

Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Tuesday said there was renewed unity within the Movement for Democratic Change following talks aimed at bringing an end to months of infighting within the party. Duration: 00:30 Mar 26, 2014
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Malaysia Airlines: care, support given to families

Malaysia Airlines insists it is doing its best to handle relatives of the passengers aboard missing flight MH370 with care and dignity as new information led to confirmation the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. Duration: 01:21 Mar 26, 2014
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OSCE observers begin their mission in Ukraine

The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has begun its observer mission to Ukraine, although they will not have access to Crimea. Duration: 00:42 Mar 26, 2014
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Pistorius' mobile phone records revealed at murder trial

The police phone call expert in the Oscar Pistorius trial has been questioned by defence lawyer Barry Roux, as prosecutors start wrapping up their case on the 15th day of athlete Oscar Pistorius's murder trial. Duration: 01:05 Mar 25, 2014
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Gas find gives new energy to Cyprus politics

The discovery of gas reserves off the coast of Cyprus is giving renewed impetus to peace talks between the divided island’s north and south and some optimism that natural gas will provide relief for the island's crippled economy. Duration: 02:16 Mar 25, 2014
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Japanese shoppers splash yen before tax rise

Tokyo residents are splashing their yen in a last-minute buying spree as millions of Japanese shoppers brace for the country's first sales tax hike since the late 1990s. Duration: 00:54 Mar 25, 2014
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Arab summit kicks off with calls to arm Syria rebels

An Arab summit kicked off in Kuwait Tuesday with a call by Syria's opposition for a supply of "sophisticated" arms to rebels, while Saudi Arabia stressed the need for a change in military balance to "end the impasse." Duration: 00:37 Mar 25, 2014
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35 nations sign up to tougher nuclear security standards

Thirty-five countries on Tuesday signed up to bolstering nuclear security at a summit in The Hague, backing a global drive spearheaded by US President Barack Obama to prevent dangerous materials falling into the hands of terrorists. Duration: 01:16 Mar 25, 2014
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ISI promoting terror in PoK: Choudhry

Muzaffarabad, PoK, March 25: Terror camps operated by Pakistan's Intelligence Agency, the ISI, are operating freely in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir far away from international scrutiny say Kashmiri leaders. Here is a report from Geneva and Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pak Occupied Kashmir. Mar 25, 2014