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Tensions between the neighbouring areas date back to Lebanon`s 1975-1990 civil war but have been exacerbated by the conflict across the border in Syria.
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A prisoner, accused in a murder case, was killed by another inmate over a minor quarrel at the central jail here in wee hours today, prison authorities said.
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The poor state of indigenization of the Navy`s war-fighting component, including weapons and sensors, is a "concern and challenge", Vice-Chief of Naval Staff RK Dhowan said.
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The Bangalore police, overstretched as the city keeps growing, will soon have more equipment and infrastructure for effective crime-fighting.
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Gaggles of geese are helping Chinese police force fight crime, it has been claimed.
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Over 100,000 South Sudanese civilians are cut off from aid in the eastern state of Jonglei amid fierce fighting between rival ethnic groups, aid agencies and the United Nations warned on Thursday.,
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About 50 persons, including bull tamers and spectators, were injured in the Jallikattu (taming of the bull) event conducted at nearby Sakkudi as part of a temple festival here on Sunday, police said.
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Dozens of rebels and government forces have been killed in fighting near a police academy near the northern city of Aleppo, anti-regime activists said.
Last Updated: Sunday, February 24, 2013, 20:06
Sudan`s state news agency says 60 people were killed in renewed fighting between two Arab tribes over mining rights in the northern Darfur region.
Last Updated: Saturday, January 19, 2013, 10:43
A UN agency says up to 700,000 people are expected to be uprooted by the ongoing turmoil in Mali.
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The United Nations says at least 126 cases of rape took place in eastern Congo last month.
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NASA plans to install new high-tech LED bulbs in the International Space Station, which can switch colours to fight insomnia and reduce astronauts` dependency on drugs.
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