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Chatter: Syria's 1 million lost children

Syria loses its 1 millionth child refugee to civil war, explosions hit northern Lebanon, India sees another brutal gang-rape, and grizzly bear don't care.
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Syria loses its 1 millionth child refugee to civil war, explosions hit northern Lebanon, India sees another brutal gang-rape, and grizzly bear don't care.
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Chatter: Bo Xilai gets his day in court

China begins its political trial of the century, the UN seeks answers in Syria, Zimbabwe swears in its new, old president, and Ecuador's leader says what's written in black and white ain't green.
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China begins its political trial of the century, the UN seeks answers in Syria, Zimbabwe swears in its new, old president, and Ecuador's leader says what's written in black and white ain't green.
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Chatter: Syria's civil war gets even more poisonous

Syrian activists say hundreds of people are dead in a chemical weapons attack, Japan's nuclear watchdog raises the alarm about leaks from Fukushima, Hosni Mubarak could be free within hours, and a pant-less intruder brings the party to Angela Merkel's plane.
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Syrian activists say hundreds of people are dead in a chemical weapons attack, Japan's nuclear watchdog raises the alarm about leaks from Fukushima, Hosni Mubarak could be free within hours, and a pant-less intruder brings the party to Angela Merkel's plane.
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Chatter: Egypt is running out of top Muslim Brothers to arrest

Egyptian security forces detain one of the few senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood they hadn't already jailed, Pakistan's former military ruler is charged with murder, the Guardian's surveillance scoops bring it some unwelcome visits from the spooks, and the very expensive vices of China's rich and infamous.
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Egyptian security forces detain one of the few senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood they hadn't already jailed, Pakistan's former military ruler is charged with murder, the Guardian's surveillance scoops bring it some unwelcome visits from the spooks, and the very expensive vices of China's rich and infamous.
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Chatter: Walk like an Egyptian former dictator

Amid the chaos, Egypt looks set to free jailed former president Hosni Mubarak; the UK detains the journalist's partner who knew too much; Oscar Pistorius gets a trial date; and Kim Jong Un wants you back. Please?
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Amid the chaos, Egypt looks set to free jailed former president Hosni Mubarak; the UK detains the journalist's partner who knew too much; Oscar Pistorius gets a trial date; and Kim Jong Un wants you back. Please?
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Chatter: Egypt's day of rage

Egyptians brace for more bloodshed as the Muslim Brotherhood calls a day of protests, South Africa remembers the Marikana tragedy, New Zealand survives a 6.5 earthquake, and the little lion that could (bark).
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Egyptians brace for more bloodshed as the Muslim Brotherhood calls a day of protests, South Africa remembers the Marikana tragedy, New Zealand survives a 6.5 earthquake, and the little lion that could (bark).
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Chatter: Egypt's great state of emergency

Egypt wakes up under curfew after a crackdown that killed more than 400, Iraq suffers another wave of bombings, Bradley Manning says sorry, and the world finds its newest oldest person.
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Chatter: Another Egyptian massacre?

Egypt sends in the security forces against pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo, Israel sets the first of its Palestinian prisoners free, and there's some comfort for the Spanish pensioner who lost the world one of its masterpieces.
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Egypt sends in the security forces against pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo, Israel sets the first of its Palestinian prisoners free, the euro zone takes one small step toward recovery, and there's some comfort for the Spanish pensioner who lost the world one of its masterpieces, but gave it one of its greatest memes.
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Chatter: China's Xinjiang 'terrorists' get death

A court in western China sentences two men to death over a disputed terrorist attack, a Nigeria mosque attack kills at least 44, US mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger is guilty, and things are looking wobbly for Beijing's rooftop villa.
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A court in western China sentences two men to death over a disputed terrorist attack, a Nigeria mosque attack kills at least 44, US mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger is guilty, and things are looking wobbly for Beijing's rooftop villa.
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Chatter: Middle East tense before latest peace talks

Israel agrees to release Palestinian prisoners โ€” but also approves new settlements, Egypt warns pro-Morsi protesters to clear out, a Nazi war crimes suspect dies before facing trial, and Norway's prime minister takes voters for a ride.
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Israel agrees to release Palestinian prisoners โ€” but also approves new settlements, Egypt warns pro-Morsi protesters to clear out, a Nazi war crimes suspect dies before facing trial, and Norway's prime minister takes voters for a ride.
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