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Egyptians are voting for the second day in the country's first free presidential elections

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Egyptians are voting for the second day in the country’s first free presidential elections – 15 months after Hosni Mubarak was ousted. Queues are being reported at some polling stations. The election pits Islamists against secularists, and revolutionaries against Mubarak-era ministers. In all, 13 candidates are running. The military council which assumed presidential power in February...

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Shia Muslim militant group Hezbollah, has called for fresh protests in Lebanon on Monday over film Innocence of Muslims

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Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Shia Muslim militant group Hezbollah, has called for fresh protests in Lebanon on Monday over film Innocence of Muslims. The world needed to know Muslims “would not be silent in the face of this insult”, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said. Protests at many US diplomatic missions have been continuing over the film, which was made in the US. One pers...

US ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, is among four Americans killed in an attack on the US consulate in Benghazi

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Princess Hafizah and her groom Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini exchanged their vows this afternoon in front of scores of gathered family and friends, royals and international dignitaries

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..., daughter of the Sultan of Brunei, one of the world’s wealthiest men, wed groom Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini today in a dazzling ceremony at the monarch’s 1,700-room palace. Princess Hafizah, 32, the fifth child of the Sultan and his wife, Queen Saleha, and her groom Pengiran Haji Muhammad Ruzaini, 29, exchanged their vows this afternoon in front of scores of gathered family and fri...

Wikipedia articles about former US President George W. Bush and anarchism are the most hotly contested on its English-language edition

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A new research suggests that Wikipedia articles about former US President George W. Bush and anarchism are the most hotly contested on its English-language edition. Scientists analyzed page edits in 10 editions to find topics fought over by contributors to the open encyclopaedia. While some topics were locally controversial, many religious subjects, such as Jesus and God, were universally debated...

Angelina Jolie has invited the Duchess of Cambridge to the Olympics party she is throwing alongside fiancé Brad Pitt

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Angelina Jolie has invited the Duchess of Cambridge to the Olympics party she is throwing alongside fiancé Brad Pitt. The Hollywood couple has hired out London’s Victoria and Albert and are hosting an Olympics-themed Night At The Museum. The party, to take place on 25 July, two days before the official Olympics party, is to be held in honor of sporting heavyweight Muhammad Ali. The glamorou...

More than three million Muslim pilgrims today symbolically stoned Satan in a valley near the Saudi Arabian holy city of Mina - part of the last, and most dangerous, rite of the annual hajj

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More than three million Muslim pilgrims today symbolically stoned Satan in a valley near the Saudi Arabian holy city of Mina – part of the last, and most dangerous, rite of the annual hajj. In the past years the sheer number of people swirling around the pillars has led to stampedes – with 244 people killed in 2004 and 360 fatally injured the following year. Saudi authorities subseque...

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, Innocence of Muslims filmmaker, in jail for probation violations

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Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the US man behind anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims that led to mass protests in the Middle East has been sentenced to a year in jail for probation violations. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was sentenced by a judge in California after admitting four violations which stem from a 2010 conviction for fraud. None of the charges was connected with the content of the controversi...

The Israeli military and militants in Gaza are continuing to trade fire, with the round of violence that has followed Israel's killing of Hamas's military chief showing no sign of abating

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The Israeli military and militants in Gaza are continuing to trade fire, with the round of violence that has followed Israel’s killing of Hamas’s military chief showing no sign of abating. Israel hit 200 sites overnight, including PM Ismail Haniya’s office. Gaza militants fired dozens of rockets into Israel, including one at the city of Tel Aviv that was intercepted. Meanwhile,...

Pope Tawadros II, the new leader of Egypt's Coptic Christian church, has been formally enthroned in Cairo

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Pope Tawadros II, the new leader of Egypt’s Coptic Christian church, has been formally enthroned in Cairo. Pope Tawadros II was confirmed as the new leader of Egypt’s Christian minority at a ceremony at St Mark’s cathedral in the Egyptian capital. The 60-year-old succeeds Pope Shenouda III, who died in March after four decades on the patriarchal throne. The enthronement comes at...

At least 26 people have died in the Gaza Strip as Israeli forces kept up air strikes

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At least 26 people have died in the Gaza Strip as Israeli forces kept up air strikes they say are aimed at stopping rocket attacks into Israel. Fewer rockets have been launched, but Israeli towns are still being hit. Ninety-five Palestinians and three Israelis have died in six days of violence, the latest including a militant group commander. Efforts to secure a ceasefire continue, with a senior...

At least 21 people have been injured in an explosion on a bus in Tel Aviv, in what one Israeli official described as a terrorist attack

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At least 21 people have been injured in an explosion on a bus in Tel Aviv, in what one Israeli official described as a “terrorist attack”. After the incident, near a military headquarters, huge blasts were heard in Gaza – an apparent Israeli strike on the football stadium. Eleven people were killed in Gaza on Wednesday, the health ministry said. Efforts to broker a truce between...

Sunday became the deadliest day since Israel launched an operation against Hamas militants this week

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An Israeli strike on a home in Gaza has killed at least 10 people, officials say, as Sunday became the deadliest day since Israel launched an operation against Hamas militants this week. The strike targeted a Hamas official and that a number of children were killed. PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is ready to expand its operation. Gaza militants continue to fire rockets at Israel, with injuries...

At least 47 children aged four to six years old have been killed after their school bus was hit by a train near Manfalut, central Egypt

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At least 47 children aged four to six years old have been killed after their school bus was hit by a train near Manfalut, central Egypt, officials said. The bus was carrying about 60 children from a nursery school when it was hit by a train near Manfalut, 350 km (230 miles) south of Cairo. The Egyptian transport minister has resigned, state media report. Reports from witnesses say the barriers of...

Egypt's presidential poll results have been delayed by the election authorities, raising further tension across the country

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Egypt’s presidential poll results have been delayed by the election authorities, raising further tension across the country. The results had been due to be announced on Thursday, but the election commission said it needed more time to look into complaints presented by the candidates. The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Mursi and former PM Ahmed Shafiq both claim they won last weekend...

Hillary Clinton was targeted by protesters who threw tomatoes and their own shoes at her motorcade during a visit to Egypt

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was targeted by protesters who threw tomatoes and their own shoes at her motorcade during a visit to Egypt on Sunday. Demonstrators also mockingly chanted “Monica, Monica” in reference to Bill Clinton’s extra-marital affair with Monica Lewinsky. Hillary Clinton was on her first trip to Egypt since the election of the country’s new Islamist Preside...

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is critically ill and may be close to death

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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is critically ill and may be close to death, reports from Cairo suggest. Hosni Mubarak is said to have had a stroke and was moved from prison to an army hospital, where he is on life support. Initial reports said he was “clinically dead”. It comes amid protests over disputed presidential election results and new powers for the ruling military. H...

Pakistan earthquake death toll raised to 328 while hundreds more are wounded in south-west province of Balochistan

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Pakistan earthquake death toll raised to 328 while hundreds more are wounded in south-west province of Balochistan. The 7.7-magnitude quake struck on Tuesday afternoon at a depth of 13 miles north-east of Awaran, the US Geological Survey said. Many houses were flattened and thousands of people have spent the night in the open. After the quake, an island appeared off the coast near the port of Gwa...

Pervez Musharraf has been remanded in judicial custody for two weeks over claims he illegally detained judges in 2007

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Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has been remanded in judicial custody for two weeks over claims he illegally detained judges in 2007. Pervez Musharraf, who ruled Pakistan between 1999 and 2007, was arrested on Friday. The High Court ruled that the allegations amounted to an act of terrorism and ordered him to appear at Islamabad’s anti-terror court. Pervez Musharraf...

Pope Francis has referred to "so many Muslim brothers and sisters" during a Good Friday procession dedicated to the suffering of Christians from terrorism, war and religious fanaticism in the Middle East

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Pope Francis has referred to “so many Muslim brothers and sisters” during a Good Friday procession dedicated to the suffering of Christians from terrorism, war and religious fanaticism in the Middle East. The newly-elected Pope, who has rankled traditionalists by rejecting many trappings of his office, mostly stuck to the traditional script during the nighttime Via Crucis (Way of the...

The minaret of Umayyad Mosque, one of Syria's most famous, has been destroyed during clashes in the northern city of Aleppo

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The minaret of Umayyad Mosque, one of Syria’s most famous, has been destroyed during clashes in the northern city of Aleppo. The state news agency Sana accused rebels of blowing up the 11th-Century minaret of the Umayyad Mosque. However, activists say the minaret was hit by Syrian army tank fire. The mosque, which is a Unesco world heritage site, has been in rebel hands since earlier this y...

Up to half a million protesters gathered in Dhaka, where rioters set fire to shops and vehicles as police fought to contain them

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At least three people died and other 60 have been injured during clashes between police and Islamist protesters of Hefajat-e-Islam in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. Up to half a million protesters gathered in Dhaka, where rioters set fire to shops and vehicles as police fought to contain them. Thousands of activists from Hefajat-e-Islam blocked highways, isolating Dhaka from other parts of the co...

MI5 had been monitoring the two fanatics responsible for the slaughter of a young soldier near Woolwich barracks for eight years

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It was reported today that MI5 had been monitoring the two fanatics responsible for the slaughter of a young soldier near Woolwich barracks for eight years. The Security Service is facing an inquiry by MPs amid a raft of devastating revelations about the killers’ known links to Islamist extremism. One of the suspects – Michael Adebolajo – was so high profile he was photographed outside Paddington...

A study of 2012's most read Wikipedia articles reveals striking differences in what proved popular across the different language versions of the online encyclopaedia

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A study of 2012′s most read Wikipedia articles reveals striking differences in what proved popular across the different language versions of the online encyclopaedia. “Facebook” topped the English edition while an entry for adult video actresses did best in Japan. Hua Shan – a Chinese mountain featuring “the world’s deadliest hiking trail” – topped the Dutch li...

Barack Obama is addressing the UN General Assembly in New York

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Barack Obama is addressing the UN General Assembly in New York, where he is to say the US will “do what we must” to stop Iran acquiring nuclear weapons. Six weeks before the US election, Barack Obama is expected to say that a nuclear-armed Iran “is not a challenge that can be contained”. Barack Obama condemned the violence that erupted over a “disgusting” anti-...