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-- TOP STORIES --
+ Boston suspect writes answers to interrogators
+ Myanmar accused of Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'
+ Syria rebel chief vows to quit over 'inaction'
+ Indian police attacked over rape of 5-year-old
Police seek answers from the seriously wounded surviving Boston bombing suspect, amid reports he is responding in writing to questions after throat injuries left him unable to speak.
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Myanmar has waged "a campaign of ethnic cleansing" against Rohingya Muslims, Human Rights Watch says, citing evidence of mass graves and forced displacement affecting tens of thousands in a violence-hit western state.
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Syrian opposition chief Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib is determined to step down in the face of what he sees as world "inaction", colleagues say as government forces recapture territory from the rebels.
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Indian police arrest a second suspect over the abduction and rape of a five-year-old girl in New Delhi but investigators faces a hail of criticism over their insensitive handling of the shocking case.
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Clogged roads, debris and sudden landslides impede rescuers as they fight to find survivors of a powerful earthquake in mountainous southwest China that has left at least 188 people dead.
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The remote Himalayan nation of Bhutan begins electing a new parliament on Tuesday for only the second time in its history, five years after the Buddhist monarchy gave up its absolute power.
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-- MIDDLE EAST --
Israeli and Turkish officials meet on Monday for talks on compensation over a deadly Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship, a crucial step towards restoring the once-solid ties between the two countries.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry urges Turkey's prime minister to delay a visit to Gaza in talks aimed at getting Israeli-Turkish relations back on track as part of Washington's efforts to revive the Middle East peace process.
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The European Union is set to ease its oil embargo against Syria in favour of rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad's regime in its latest signal of support to the opposition.
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-- AMERICAS --
Millionaire businessman and political neophyte Horacio Cartes of the opposition Colorado Party wins Paraguay's presidential race, paving the way for his nation to rejoin the Mercosur trade bloc.
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The Roman Catholic Church weighs in on Venezuela's political crisis, with Pope Francis expressing deep concern and calling for dialogue in the wake of a disputed presidential election.
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US manufacturer Orbital Sciences launches its first Antares rocket, paving the way for a demonstration flight to the International Space Station within months.
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-- EUROPE --
Tens of thousands of opponents of government plans to legalise gay marriage march in Paris days before a final vote on the bill, which has provoked fierce and sometimes violent protests.
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-- AFRICA --
Paramilitary forces in Sudan's Darfur have mutinied, the interior ministry says, as a US diplomat expresses concern that security in the western region is worsening.
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