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Governments must not clamp down on Internet and mobile phone networks at times of social unrest, the British government said Tuesday _ weeks after suggesting police should do just that during riots.
Unarmed Iranian exiles in an Iraqi refugee compound fear another "bloodbath" by Iraqi soldiers after military vehicles rolled into the area late Monday, an Iranian source inside the compound told The Washington Times on Tuesday.
Syria is planting land mines along parts of the country's border with Lebanon as refugees stream out of the country to escape the crackdown on anti-government protests, officials and witnesses said Tuesday.
Sitting in fading daylight in the front yard of a small hotel in Africa's newest nation, Jimmy Makuach recounts a life torn apart by civil war.
It's not just UNESCO: The Palestinians' top envoy in Geneva said Tuesday he thinks joining the U.N. agency for culture, education and science will "open the door" to joining 16 other U.N. agencies within weeks.
Lawmakers from Kandahar said Tuesday that Afghan forces are far from ready to assume full security responsibility in the province that was the birthplace of the Taliban, stressing it should be among the last regions where NATO forces hand over control to Afghan counterparts.
Syria is planting landmines along parts of the country's border with Lebanon as refugees stream out of the country to escape the crackdown on anti-government protests, officials and witnesses said Tuesday.
The leaders of Nepal's main political parties said they reached an agreement Tuesday to resume a stalled peace process that ended years of insurgency.