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Iraq Cabinet seeks changes in pact with U.S.
With the U.N. mandate governing troops in Iraq running out in a few months, Iraqi ministers ar
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Canadian 'role in Syria torture'
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Afghan aid workers undeterred
Gayle Williams was shot dead by two gunmen in the Afghan capital, Kabul, where she worked for UK-based charity Serve Afghanistan. The Taleban said they killed the 34-year-old for spreading Christianity. The BBC's Martin