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Turkey has intelligence cleric Gulen could flee United States: Minister

Turkey is receiving intelligence that the Muslim cleric it blames for orchestrating a coup attempt this month could flee his residence in the United States, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said on Thursday.

Two Mexican kidnappers sentenced to 520 years in prison

Two men involved in one of Mexico's most shocking kidnapping and killing incidents have each been sentenced to 520 years in prison, media reported on Saturday.

India engaging with China to resolve differences over NSG: Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj also said India will not sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Gunmen kill eight fishermen in popular Mexican surf resort

Gunmen killed eight fishermen in the popular Mexican surf resort of Puerto Escondido late on Monday, prosecutors said, in a rare shooting for a part of the country that has largely avoided serious gang violence.

Delhi-NCR's first early earthquake warning system comes up in Gurgaon

Gurgaon on Monday witnessed the NCR`s first installation of an onsite Early Earthquake Warning System at the premises of Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA), Sector 18, Gurgaon.

Obama, Pena Nieto to meet on July 22 in Washington

US President Barack Obama will host his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto at the White House next week.

US, Cuba hold migration talks in Havana; no new agreements

US, Cuba hold migration talks in Havana; no new agreements

US And Cuban officials held another round of talks on migration issues in Havana to further discussions last held in December, but no new agreements were announced to advance the diplomatic thaw begun a year and a half ago by presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro.

14 people, two families, shot dead in Mexico

The state, which borders Texas, is a major transit route for drugs shipped to the United States.

Women subjected to torture by Mexican police, armed forces: Report

Mexican police and armed forces often use torture and sexual violence against women to obtain confessions during interrogations and arrests, according to a report by Amnesty International released on Tuesday.

Mexico police, troops `routinely` rape arrested women: Amnesty

Mexico police, troops `routinely` rape arrested women: Amnesty

Arrests and interogation of women in Mexico gets mucky with police harassing and torturing them. 

Earthquake shakes southern Mexico, felt in capital

A 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico`s southern state of Oaxaca on Monday, Mexico`s seismological institute said, shaking buildings as far away as Mexico City, but there were no immediate reports of any damage.

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NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries

The 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is likely to meet again before the end of the year specially to discuss the process for granting membership to non-NPT signatories.

Three federal police officials killed in Mexico

Three federal police were shot dead as they ate in a market in a southern Mexican town beset by disappearances and recent discoveries of bodies in clandestine graves.

Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto partly vetoes anti-corruption bill

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Thursday vetoed a section of anti-corruption legislation that angered business leaders by requiring firms and individuals who win government contracts to make their assets and interests public.

Mexico ruling party chief resigns after vote drubbing

President Enrique Pena Nieto`s PRI came into the June 5 elections holding nine of 12 governors` seats at play, out of 32 federal entities.

Mexico hit by new protest after eight dead

Mexico hit by new protest after eight dead

It was the most violent protest in a series of CNTE demonstrations against President Enrique Pena Nieto`s education reform.

Six dead, more than 100 injured in Mexico protest

Unknown gunmen opened fire as police and teachers clashed in southern Mexico on Sunday during a protest that left six people dead and more than 100 injured, authorities said.

Three killed in Mexico clashes between police, teachers

Three killed in Mexico clashes between police, teachers

At least three persons were killed in violent clashes between teachers opposing an education overhaul, and security forces in Mexico's Oaxaca state, officials said.

Fugitive captured in Mexico after 19 years on the run

A man who police say fled prosecution 19 years ago for sexual assault crimes has been captured by authorities in Mexico