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2008-05-25

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FARC leader Marulanda confirmed dead

The founder and chief commander of Colombia’s FARC rebels, Manuel Marulanda, has died after more that 40 years fighting the state from jungle and

The founder and chief commander of Colombia’s FARC rebels, Manuel Marulanda, has died after more that 40 years fighting the state from jungle and

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Lebanon elects Suleiman as new president

Lebanon’s parliament has elected army chief General Michel Suleiman as the country’s new president. Suleiman takes up the post left vacant for

Lebanon’s parliament has elected army chief General Michel Suleiman as the country’s new president. Suleiman takes up the post left vacant for

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Lebanon due to confirm Suleiman as president

Lebanon’s parliament is set to vote in army chief General Michel Suleiman as the country’s 11th president, filling a post left vacant for six

Lebanon’s parliament is set to vote in army chief General Michel Suleiman as the country’s 11th president, filling a post left vacant for six

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FARC leader Marulanda dead as hopes for peace grow

The founder and chief commander of Colombia’s FARC rebels, Manuel Marulanda, has died after more that 40 years fighting the state from jungle and

The founder and chief commander of Colombia’s FARC rebels, Manuel Marulanda, has died after more that 40 years fighting the state from jungle and

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Lebanon optimistic as Suleiman prepares for power

Lebanon’s long-running political stalemate should be resolved today, with the long-awaited appointment of a new president. The parliament in Beirut

Lebanon’s long-running political stalemate should be resolved today, with the long-awaited appointment of a new president. The parliament in Beirut

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FARC may quit after death of its ageing leader

One of the world’s oldest guerrilla fighters, the founder of the Colombian rebel group the FARC, has died, according to the government in Bogota

One of the world’s oldest guerrilla fighters, the founder of the Colombian rebel group the FARC, has died, according to the government in Bogota

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Immigrants flee South African violence

Anti-foreigner violence sweeping parts of South Africa has forced thousands of immigrants to flee, and head back to their homelands. At least 50

Anti-foreigner violence sweeping parts of South Africa has forced thousands of immigrants to flee, and head back to their homelands. At least 50