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Breivik declared sane, sentenced to 21 years

Norwegian mass murdered Anders Behring Breivik has been declared sane by a Norway Court, and sentenced to the maximum jail term of 21 years.

Ethiopian PM dies after a long illness

Ethiopia will appoint a new PM today, after the death of Meles Zenawi yesterday.

Republican Senate candidate under pressure to quit after Rape comment

A Republican Senate candidate in the U.S. is facing extreme pressure from his own party, after making comments about rape on a television show on Sunday.

Assange calls for "witch-hunt" to end

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is calling on the US to end the witch-hunt on the organisation, as he remains in the Ecuadorian embassy in Britain

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Asylum seekers threaten sailors to take them to Christmas Island

A group of asylum seekers have reportedly threatened a group of merchant sailors after they came to their aid, and have ordered to be taken to Christmas Island

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Asylum seekers threaten sailors to take them to Christmas Island

A group of asylum seekers have reportedly threatened a group of merchant sailors after they came to their aid, and have ordered to be taken to Christmas Island

UN accuses Syria of crimes against humanity

A panel appointed by the UN’s Human Rights Council has released it latest report into the conflict in Syria.

Ecuador agrees to grant asylum to Assange

The Ecuadorian government says it wishes to grant asylum to Julian Assange, but the British government says it will not grant the Wikileaks founder a safe passage out of the country.

Decision yet to be made on Assange asylum in Ecuador

Ecuador’s President has denied British media reports this morning that the Ecuadorian government has granted asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Killings in Norway could have been prevented: report

According to an independent report, a number of killings conducted by Anders Breivik could have been prevented, if the police followed the security plan in place.