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BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen fatally wounded Libya's military police force commander as he left his house in the eastern city of Benghazi to attend Friday prayers, a security source said.
PETALING JAYA: Four policemen were acquitted by the Magistrate's court here over charges of assaulting a businessman, and planting drugs and a parang in his car.
SHAH ALAM: Three friends charged with murdering an unemployed man over unsettled debts walked free when the High Court acquitted and discharged them.
ACAPULCO, Mexico (Reuters) - Gangland violence and looming bankruptcy had already all but obliterated the glitter of Acapulco before catastrophic flooding last month drove crocodiles onto the streets of the Mexican beach resort and turned much of it into a mud bath.
AMSTERDAM/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Netherlands was seeking answers on Wednesday after a Dutch diplomat was beaten in Moscow, the latest in a series of incidents testing relations between the two countries.
LONDON (Reuters) - A month after being criticised for being too conservative and blinkered following a dour goalless draw with Ukraine, England coach Roy Hodgson was being heaped with praise for guiding the side to the World Cup finals on Wednesday.
ROME (Reuters) - Amanda Knox, the American student facing retrial for the murder of her British roommate in 2007, said on Tuesday she was paying for Italian police errors but was confident the court reviewing the case would find her innocent.
BANGUI (Reuters) - France, whose troops this year halted an Islamist assault towards Mali's capital, is now in demand from another of its former African colonies.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's navy rescued about 300 migrants in the waters between Sicily and Libya on Tuesday as the government deployed ships, helicopters and unmanned drones to help avert further shipwrecks that have already drowned hundreds this month.