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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Accusations of lethal force against protesters in Iran should be fully investigated, a spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Monday, saying reports of violence against those protesting the downing of a civilian airliner were "worrying."
DUBAI (Reuters) - Protesters took to the streets of Iran to denounce the country's clerical rulers and riot police deployed to face them in a third day of demonstrations on Monday after authorities acknowledged shooting down a passenger plane by mistake.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Police in the Iranian capital did not fire on protesters and officers have been under orders to show restraint, Tehran's police chief said in a statement carried by the state broadcaster's website on Monday.
LABUAN (Bernama): The men involved in a shootout with customs personnel in Semporna waters last Friday (Dec 20) are believed to be fuel smugglers, according to the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A gunman opened fire on the headquarters of Russia's FSB security service in central Moscow on Thursday evening in a rare shooting incident that the FSB said had left at least one of its employees dead.
London (AP): A man wearing a fake explosive vest stabbed several people Friday (Nov 29) in London, killing two in what police are treating as a terrorist attack before being tackled by members of the public and then fatally shot by officers on London Bridge.
LONDON (AP): British police say several people have been stabbed near the London Bridge, and a man has been detained.
LONDON (AP): British police said Friday (Nov 29) that they were dealing with an incident on London Bridge, and witnesses have reported hearing gunshots.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - A Hungarian court on Wednesday began the trial of a Syrian man accused of terrorism and crimes against humanity as a military leader of Islamic State near the city of Homs in 2015, saying he participated in the murders of dozens of people.
FAUBE, Burkina Faso (Reuters) - When an Islamist preacher took up the fight in Burkina Faso's northern borderlands almost a decade ago, his only weapon was a radio station. The words he spoke kindled the anger of a frustrated population, and helped turn their homes into a breeding ground for jihad.