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RUINERWOLD, Netherlands (Reuters) - A man who paid the rent on a Dutch farmhouse where six members of a family were found locked away in a secret room will appear in court on Thursday on charges of unlawful detention and harming others' health, prosecutors said.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - A court in Algeria on Tuesday ordered the detention of a journalist and activist on charges of "undermining the morale of the army", according to a committee that defends detainees.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria will release Jock Palfreeman from an immigration detention centre on Tuesday, more than three weeks after a court granted parole to the Australian convicted of murder, a senior interior ministry official said.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian prosecutors are expected to charge the captain of a cruise ship that struck and sank a small tourist vessel on the River Danube, killing 28 mostly Korean tourists, after police finished their investigation, officials said on Tuesday.
KILINOCHCHI, Sri Lanka (ANN): Police here raided a safe house operated by a prominent LTTE member in Ambalamkulam and recovered a haul of explosives and firearms last Friday (Oct 11).
Mobile phone networks were restored in Indian Kashmir on Monday after a 72-day blackout, authorities said.
TUNIS (Reuters) - A retired law professor with an awkward public manner, little money, no political party and a commitment to an experimental form of direct democracy looks set to be Tunisia's new president.
THE young woman in Monica Mazzei’s San Francisco law office was adamant: She wanted a prenuptial agreement.
PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) - European states are trying to fast-track a plan to shift thousands of foreign Islamic State militants out of Syrian prison camps and into Iraq, after the outbreak of fresh conflict in Syria raised the risk of jihadists escaping or returning home.
KUALA LUMPUR: The police had sufficient evidence for arresting those with suspected ties to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) militant group, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.