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Belgian interior min. admits neglect over Brussels bombings

Jan Jambon says, 'It doesn't require a terrorist expert to realize El Bakraoui was a foreign fighter'

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China congratulates new leader of Taiwan nationalists

Hung Hsiu-chu among Kuomintang party members considered to support closer ties with Beijing

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US airstrikes kill 30 Taliban in S. Afghanistan: Army

Militant group denies claims, saying only civilians were killed in twin air raids carried out in southern Helmand province

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Myanmar army chief warns against 'chaotic democracy'

Says armed conflicts with ethnic rebels could derail democratic transition, days before new civilian government takes office

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Ex-Russian spy's death was 'the failed perfect murder'

Analysts say Britain's report into 2006 poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko will have implications far beyond London

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UN Security Council increases number of peace corps in South Sudan

UN Security Council decided to send 5,500 extra troops and 440 police for UN peace-keeping mission in conflict-torn South Sudan, increasing the number of UN soldiers in the region to 12,500.

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28 Taliban insurgents killed in Afghanistan

28 insurgents were killed and 10 were wounded in anti-Taliban operations during the last 24 hours in Afghanistan.

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28 Taliban insurgents killed in Afghanistan

Seven insurgents and a lot of arms caches were also reportedly captured during the operations. Taliban has not yet commented on the operations.

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BLASTS IN BAGHDAD KILL 24 PEOPLE

A series of bomb attacks in different neighbourhoods of Iraqi capital Baghdad claimed the lives of 24 people.

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