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EU tells Ukraine of "serious concern" over Tymoshenko

KIEV (Reuters) - A European Union envoy, on a mission to Ukraine to save a December 19 summit from failure, said on Tuesday he had voiced serious concern again to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich over the jailing of opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko.

Pakistani police rescue chained students from seminary

KARACHI (Reuters) - Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi have rescued 54 students from the basement of an Islamic seminary, or madrassa, where they said they were kept in chains by clerics, beaten and barely fed.

Tribal elders broker end to fighting in Libya region

WAMIS, Libya (Reuters) - An outbreak of fighting south of the Libyan capital which killed at least four people stopped on Tuesday after local elders agreed a ceasefire, Reuters journalists in the area said.

Syria death toll hits 5,000 as insurgency spreads

AMMAN (Reuters) - Security forces shot dead 17 people in Syria on Tuesday and rebels killed seven police in an ambush, activists said, after the U.N. human rights chief put the death toll from nine months of protest against President Bashar al-Assad at 5,000.

Syria death toll hits 5,000 as insurgency spreads

AMMAN (Reuters) - More than 5,000 people have been killed in nine months of unrest in Syria, the U.N. human rights chief said, as an insurgency began to overshadow what had initially been street protests against President Bashar al-Assad's 11-year rule.

Fighting flares in tribal dispute south of Tripoli

WAMIS, Libya (Reuters) - Rival militias in an area south-west of the Libyan capital exchanged heavy gunfire on Monday after a dispute flared up between them that local residents said had killed at least four people.

Syrians vote as fierce clashes overshadow protests

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Prime Minister Adel Safar urged Syrians to vote in local elections on Monday to save the nation from

Centre-left Lupu to run again for Moldova president

CHISINAU (Reuters) - Moldova was set to take another shot at ending a two-year political deadlock and electing a president on December 16 when a centre-left politician, who has already stood twice and failed, officially re-registered as a candidate.

Syria votes amid violence, activists say polls a sham

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Prime Minister Adel Safar urged Syrians to vote in local elections on Monday to save the nation from

Fighting flares in tribal dispute south of Tripoli

WAMIS, Libya (Reuters) - Rival militias in an area south-west of the Libyan capital exchanged heavy gunfire on Monday after a dispute flared up between them that local residents said had killed at least four people over the past 48 hours.