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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.
PETALING JAYA: The decision to go after those selling products that infringe the intellectual property of content producers in the ongoing Ops Cantas has been lauded by Universiti Sains Malaysia criminologist Prof Dr P. Sundramoorthy (pic).
KOTA KINABALU: Churches in Sabah are concerned that the Court of Appeal ruling banning The Herald from using the term “Allah” would lead to a wider restriction on the use of the word among bumiputra Christians in Malaysia, says Sabah Council of Churches president Bishop Datuk Thomas Tsen.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Yemen-based branch of al Qaeda said on Monday its attack on a Yemeni army base last month targeted an operations room used by the United States to direct drone strikes against militants, and it threatened more such assaults.
BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Car bombs exploded outside the Swedish consulate and a mosque in Benghazi on Friday, a day after the brief abduction of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan showed the extent of Libya's turmoil two years after Muammar Gaddafi's fall.