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Concerns that seeking to amend a law that holds families accountable for women?s mistreatment poses a risk of losing the minimal protections afforded now.
President Bashar al-Assad backed away from earlier statements by Syrian officials that the government was willing to negotiate with its armed opponents.
Grass-roots protests against Chinese oil projects are worrying Beijing as it competes for influence in Myanmar with the United States.
Nearly two dozen Afghan police officers and civilians have been killed in the last few days, including a district police official assassinated over a recent anti-Taliban campaign.
For President François Hollande, passage of the law despite public opposition was a significant victory given his campaign promise to legalize gay marriage within the first year of his administration.
French President Francois Hollande has signed into law a bill allowing same-sex marriage, making France the 14th country to legalize gay weddings.
A round-up of news from across India.
The South Korean Defense Ministry said the missiles were fired Saturday off North Korea?s east coast.
Refining Canada?s petroleum-soaked oil sands produces petroleum coke, and the question of what to do with it has found at least one answer in Detroit, where a large coke pile covers an entire city block.
After the Obama administration proposed moving the international food aid program out of the Agriculture Department, the Congressional Agriculture Committees took lesser actions.
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