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Muslims in Central African Republic bury their dead

The situation appeared calmer on Wednesday in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, where hundreds were slaughtered with clubs and machetes last week. 1600 French troops were deployed to the country last weekend. Duration: 01:18 Dec 13, 2013
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Yemen TV airs images of Qaeda-claimed assault

Yemeni state television has aired violent images of an Al-Qaeda-claimed assault last week on a defence ministry complex in Sanaa showing the assailants executing civilians and medics in cold blood. Duration: 00:34 Dec 13, 2013
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Kiev protesters hold their ground, EU's Ashton hopeful

Ukrainian demonstrators celebrated three weeks of protests Thursday over the government's decision to reject a historic EU deal, as the United States threatened sanctions after a failed police raid on the protest barricades. Duration: 01:08 Dec 13, 2013
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UK anti-apartheid campaigner remembers Mandela

Lord Hughes, former leader of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, remembers the late Nelson Mandela and says he has not forgiven Margaret Thatcher for her support of the Apartheid regime. Duration: 01:35 Dec 12, 2013
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Former Thai PM formally indicted for murder

Former Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is indicted for murder in connection with a deadly military crackdown on mass opposition protests in Bangkok three years ago. Duration: 00:29 Dec 12, 2013
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Bangladesh clears way for execution of Islamist leader

People celebrate as Bangladesh's top court clears the way for the execution of Abdul Quader Molla, a senior Islamist leader charged with war crimes, just two days after he was given a last-minute reprieve from hanging. Duration: 00:35 Dec 12, 2013
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Indian infant deaths high but falling steadily: census

Millions of women struggle to keep their babies alive in India, but figures from the census office suggests that after 15 years of booming economic growth and explosive modernisation, India may finally be turning the corner. Duration: 00:33 Dec 12, 2013