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Bahrain Shi'ites battle police at protester's funeral, 8 held

DUBAI (Reuters) - Protesters pelted police with petrol bombs and stones in clashes that broke out in Bahrain on Tuesday night at the funeral for a teenage demonstrator killed last week in a new bout of unrest in the U.S.-allied Gulf state.

Bahrain Shi'ites battle police at protester's funeral

DUBAI (Reuters) - Protesters pelted police with petrol bombs and stones in clashes that broke out in Bahrain on Tuesday night at the funeral for a teenage demonstrator killed last week in a new bout of unrest in the U.S.-allied Gulf state.

Bahrain Shi'ites battle police at protester's funeral, 8 held

DUBAI (Reuters) - Protesters pelted police with petrol bombs and stones in clashes that broke out in Bahrain on Tuesday night at the funeral for a teenage demonstrator killed last week in a new bout of unrest in the U.S.-allied Gulf state.

Case of victory in defeat

The Minimum Retirement Age Act 2012, which addresses longer life spans, also deals with gender discrimination. But it is of little consolation to a group of female employees who lost their gender discrimination case and will not receive compensation for being forced to retire at 50.

Report: Romania court rules impeachment vote invalid

BUCHAREST: Romania's Constitutional Court ruled Tuesday that a referendum to impeach the country's president was invalid, leaving Trian Basescu in power, the Mediafax news agency reported.

South Africa gold miners face lung disease lawsuit

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's leading gold miners are facing a potential lawsuit on behalf of thousands of workers who claim they contracted silicosis, a lung disease, through the companies' negligence.

Court expected to reinstate Romanian president

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's Constitutional Court was expected to rule on Tuesday that a referendum to impeach suspended President Traian Basescu is invalid - a decision that would return him to office and could prolong his power struggle with the prime minister.

Judge throws out Armstrong suit against USADA

LOS ANGELES: A federal judge Monday dismissed Lance Armstrong's lawsuit against the US Anti-Doping Agency, opening the way for the agency's drug case against the seven-time Tour de France winner to proceed.

Romanian court: reinstate president, referendum invalid

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's Constitutional Court on Tuesday struck down a referendum to impeach President Traian Basescu, foiling a drive by the leftist government to oust its chief political opponent months before a parliamentary election.

Mali forms new caretaker government

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali's interim president Dioncounda Traore approved a new transitional government on Monday, to move the West African country closer to constitutional order after a military coup in March.