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In southern France, a retired electrician who worked for Pablo Picasso (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) says he has 271 of previously unknown works by the artist. (more…)

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A criminal investigation has been launched by the US following the release, on Sunday, of hundreds of thousands of US diplomatic documents by the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. (more…)

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After warning drug traffickers to surrender or face an assault, Brazilian security forces have begun to move into a major Rio de Janeiro slum. (more…)

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American diplomats have briefed US allies around the world about the expected release of three million potentially embarrassing classified files by WikiLeaks, the whistleblowing website run by Julian Assange (photo, from aljazeera.net). (more…)

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If the country fails to clean up thousands of tonnes of rubbish, Italy faces big fines, according to the EU. (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk) (more…)

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The tourists who were kidnapped and murdered in Acapulco were the victims of mistaken identity, a suspected drugs baron has revealed to the Mexican police. (more…)

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In two areas in the occupied West Bank, a mosque and more than 10 other structures have been demolished by Israeli troops, Palestinian sources have said.

The biggest part of the demolition took place on Thursday, in the village of Khirbet Yarza in the northern Jordan Valley. According to local residents troops have razed a very old mosque and its much-larger extension, which was built last year. (map, from aljazeera.net) (more…)

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