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South Sudan demands border deal before restarting oil

JUBA/ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - South Sudan has totally shut down oil output in a row with Sudan over export transit fees and will only restart after the two reach a deal covering border security and the disputed Abyei region, its oil minister said on Sunday.

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Room for reflection

A sacred space is vital for spiritual protection.

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Results Worldwide

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"Boring" Stanley forges five ahead at Torrey Pines

(Reuters) - Largely sticking to his mantra of playing

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Balance of probabilities

WHATEVER the metaphysical world dictates, we have the power to change destiny.

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Syrian opposition abroad to boost aid to rebel army

PARIS (Reuters) - A leading Syrian opposition group based abroad is ready to give money and equipment to rebels in Syria fighting President Bashar al-Assad as they work towards creating an organised command structure, a senior group member said on Friday.

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Syrian opposition abroad to boost aid to rebel army

PARIS (Reuters) - A leading Syrian opposition group based abroad is ready to give money and equipment to rebels in Syria fighting President Bashar al-Assad as they work towards creating an organised command structure, a senior group member said on Friday.

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New U.N. showdown with Russia over Syria looms

DAMASCUS (Reuters) - Britain and France joined forces with Arab allies on Wednesday to push the U.N. Security Council to back an Arab League call for Syrian President , Bashar al-Assad to step aside, setting the stage for a showdown with Syria's ally Russia.

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UN chief praises Myanmar, plans visit there soon

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters): UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday praised the government of Myanmar for its democratic reforms and said he planned to visit the Southeast Asian nation soon.

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Gulf monitors leave Syria, League seeks U.N. support

DAMASCUS (Reuters) - Gulf Arab monitors headed out of Syria on Wednesday after their governments said they were