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07 Dec 2013 : Six men were being treated Friday for radiation symptoms at a central Mexico hospital where police are holding them in connection with the theft of radioactive material, officials said.
07 Dec 2013 : New Zealand were closing in on a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in the first Test Saturday, needing a further 109 runs with nine wickets in hand at lunch on the final day.
19 Oct 2013 : About 3,000 Afghan tribal elders and civil leaders will gather in Kabul next month to decide the fate of a deal allowing some US troops to stay in the country after 2014, officials said Saturday.
19 Oct 2013 : An outspoken Chinese economist known for his public support of democratic reform in communist China announced on Saturday that he had been sacked from his university in Beijing.
19 Oct 2013 : NEWCASTLE -- Ten-man Newcastle held off Liverpool to earn a 2-2 draw in a lively contest that featured Steven Gerrard's 100th Premier League goal on Saturday at St James's Park.
19 Oct 2013 : Former Olympic marksman Jakkrit Panichpatikum died on Saturday night of gunshot wounds after being attacked as he sat in his car, police said.
19 Oct 2013 : Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's younger brother, Senior Vice Foreign Minister Nobuo Kishi visited the controversial Yasukuni shrine Saturday, a report said.
19 Oct 2013 : The death toll from a typhoon that triggered massive landslides on a Japanese island rose to 29 on Saturday, as officials advised residents to take shelter in anticipation of more heavy rain.
19 Oct 2013 : At least 15 people died Saturday in a suicide attack in a restaurant in the central Somali town of Beledweyne claimed by the Shebab, a local police chief said.
19 Oct 2013 : French President Francois Hollande said Saturday a Roma schoolgirl whose controversial deportation sparked mass student protests would be allowed to come back, but without her family.
19 Oct 2013 : Football Association (FA) chairman Greg Dyke admitted to a "mistake" on Saturday after being criticised for setting up an all-male, all-white commission to investigate the failings of the England team.
19 Oct 2013 : SONGKHLA - A dirty police station has cost the chief of Sadao district his position, as a campaign to clean up the image of the force nationwide gains momentum.