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Officer guilty of boy's murder that sparked Greek riots

Others | 12 October 2010
A police officer in Greece has been found guilty of murdering a schoolboy during protests in 2008, in a case that sparked weeks of rioting... More

Death toll rises from Indonesia flooding

Others | 12 October 2010
Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- The death toll from rampant flooding in Indonesia has climbed to 144, emergency management officials said Monday... More

Chile rescue shaft 'nearly ready

Others | 12 October 2010
Work to line the top of an escape shaft with metal tubing is expected to finish in the next few hours at the mine where 33 men are trapped in northern Chile... More

Final steps under way before mine rescue

Others | 11 October 2010
(CNN) -- Steel tubing has begun to be placed to reinforce the path that connects the 33 miners trapped in Chile to the surface, the final step before the extraction of the miners can begin, Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Sunday... More

Supply route for NATO convoys opened in Pakistan

Others | 11 October 2010
(CNN) -- The Torkham border crossing in Pakistan was opened for NATO supply convoy traffic Sunday morning, authorities told CNN... More

Chinese Nobel prize winner's wife detained

Others | 11 October 2010
(CNN) -- Despite being allowed to tell her husband he won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize, the wife of Liu Xiaobo was detained in her apartment in Beijing, China, according to a human rights group and her attorney... More

Arab League backs Palestinian leader on peace talks

Others | 10 October 2010
(CNN) -- Arab nations meeting in Libya said they will support Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' decision to refrain from direct peace talks unless Israel stops settlement construction... More

Breakthrough in Chile mine rescue

Others | 10 October 2010
Rescuers have drilled through to the underground chamber where 33 Chilean miners have been trapped since August. The breakthrough at the San Jose mine came shortly after 0800 local time (1200 GMT), sparking celebrations... More

China's Nobel anger as Liu Xiaobo awarded peace prize

Others | 10 October 2010
China has angrily condemned the decision to award the Nobel Peace Prize to jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. The Beijing government summoned the Norwegian ambassador in protest. It called Mr Liu a "criminal", saying the award violated Nobel principles and could damage relations with Norway... More

Twin attacks strike at Western targets in Yemen

Others | 7 October 2010
Twin attacks on Western targets in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, have left one person dead and at least four injured. Militants fired a rocket-propelled grenade at a British embassy car, slightly injuring one staff member as well as bystanders, officials said... More

France warns citizens about UK travel

Others | 7 October 2010
(CNN) -- France has warned its citizens about travel to the United Kingdom, saying British authorities believe a terror attack is "highly likely.".. More

At least 64 dead in Indonesia flooding

Others | 7 October 2010
Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- At least 64 people are dead in flash floods that struck Indonesia following torrential rains, officials said Wednesday... More

Pakistan: 5 German among 8 foreign nationals killed in drone strike

Others | 6 October 2010
(CNN) -- Pakistani intelligence officials confirmed Tuesday that five German nationals were killed in a drone strike in northwest Pakistan a day earlier... More

China's and Japan's leaders meet, signal a diplomatic thaw

Others | 6 October 2010
(CNN) -- China's and Japan's top leaders met in Belgium, indicating a thaw in relations since a diplomatic battle broke out last month over Japan's arrest of a Chinese fishing captain off the disputed Diaoyu Islands... More

Hearing expected for suspect in Nigeria terrorist attack

Others | 6 October 2010
Lagos, Nigeria (CNN) -- A hearing is expected Tuesday for a man held after deadly bombings in Nigeria.The court hearing for Henry Okah was posponed because of fears about his safety in custody, his lawyer said Monday... More

Rousseff falls short of outright win in Brazil election

Others | 5 October 2010
Brazil's presidential election will go to a second round after Dilma Rousseff failed to gain the 50% of votes needed for an outright victory... More

Envoy insists Pakistan will tackle terrorists as attack kills 3

Others | 5 October 2010
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- Gunmen in Pakistan opened fire on oil trucks bound for NATO forces in Afghanistan, setting some 20 vehicles on fire and killing three, police said Monday... More

Partial Bosnian vote count suggests divided presidency

Others | 5 October 2010
Partial election results indicate that Bosnia's tripartite presidency could remain divided over the country's future. With half of the votes counted, the Croat and Muslim seats of the presidency look to go to supporters of a unified Bosnia, the electoral commission said... More

US will issue travel warning for Americans in Europe

Others | 4 October 2010
The US government is to issue a travel alert, warning its citizens to be vigilant while travelling in Europe because of the threat of an al-Qaeda commando-style attack... More

Australian prime minister visits Afghanistan, meets with Karzai

Others | 4 October 2010
(CNN) -- Australia's prime minister traveled to Afghanistan and met with the country's president on her first international trip since taking office... More

Britain's druids summon lost status

Others | 4 October 2010
Britain recognized Druidry, an ancient belief that worships deities that take different forms in nature, as a religion for the first time and gave it charitable status on Saturday... More