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  NEW DELHI - Maoist rebels on Sunday released one of two Italians who were abducted 11 days ago in a remote area of eastern India.

Indian rebels release 1 of 2 abducted Italians

Updated: 3/25/2012 08:52 AM

  SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea has moved a rocket to a northwestern site in preparation for a launch next month, South Korean officials said Sunday, as Pyongyang pushes ahead with a plan that Washington calls a cover for testing long-range...

SKorea: NKorea moves long-range rocket to site

Updated: 3/25/2012 08:52 AM

  JERUSALEM — An Israeli man has been charged with participation in a human trafficking ring that captured and tortured African migrants in Egypt's neighboring Sinai desert.

Israeli charged with trafficking African migrants

Updated: 3/25/2012 09:33 AM

  Associated PressBAGHDAD - Iraq's fugitive Sunni vice president demanded Sunday that global human rights groups investigate whether one of his bodyguards was tortured to death.

Iraqi VP demands inquiry into bodyguard's death

Updated: 3/25/2012 08:52 AM

  PARIS - Signs mounted Sunday that the brother of a radical Islamist gunman who killed schoolchildren and paratroopers in southern France may have helped prepare the attacks.

French open probe into gunman's brother

Updated: 3/25/2012 08:52 AM

  The United States has paid $50,000 in compensation for each Afghan killed and $11,000 for each person wounded in the shooting spree allegedly committed by a U.S. soldier in southern Afghanistan, an Afghan official and a community elder said Sunday.

U.S. paid $50,000 per shooting spree death

Updated: 3/25/2012 09:32 AM

  EL CAJON, Calif. - A woman from Iraq who was found beaten next to a threatening note saying "go back to your country" has died, and police are investigating the possibility of a hate crime.

Iraqi woman severely beaten in Calif. home dies

Updated: 3/25/2012 08:52 AM

  ATLANTA - Hundreds of school systems nationwide exhibit suspicious test scores that point to the possibility of cheating, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Study questions integrity of tests

Updated: 3/25/2012 07:58 AM

  SEOUL, South Korea - President Barack Obama has begun a visit to South Korea that aims to mount pressure on an isolated North Korea and intensify international efforts to keep nuclear material out of the hands of terrorists.

Obama in S. Korea for nuke summit

Updated: 3/25/2012 07:58 AM

  North Korean Pyongyang Restaurant in Amsterdam is western Europes first North Korean eatery, set up in cooperation with the North Korean government and staffed by its citizens. While challenging perceptions of North...

N. Korea create condundrum with Holland restaurant

Updated: 3/23/2012 01:32 PM

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