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In reasoning for heavy sentences, Egypt judge says Al-Jazeera reporters did the "devil's" job

An Egyptian judge released his reasoning for harsh sentences issued against three Al-Jazeera journalists, saying they were brought together "by the devil" to destabilize the country.

Jailed Venezuela opposition leader goes on trial for inciting violence during street protests

A top leader of the anti-government protests that wracked Venezuela for months this spring is getting his day in court.

Central African Republic's rival rebel groups sign cease-fire in neighboring Republic of Congo

Representatives of the Muslim and Christian factions battling in Central African Republic have signed a cease-fire agreement in Brazzaville, capital of neighboring Republic of Congo.

Amid flight cancellations, Michael Bloomberg flies to Israel to show support during Gaza war

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has landed in Israel, despite a U.S. ban on flying there amid rocket fire during the war in Gaza.

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