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(Inergize Digital) Death of man in police custody sparks riots in Egypt

A senior Egyptian police official and witnesses say the death of a man in police custody has sparked riots in the southern Luxor province, wounding four policemen and at least one civilian.

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VW to offer quick fix for diesel engines in Europe
Volkswagen says it will take less than an hour to bring 1.6 and 2.0 liter turbodiesel engines in Europe into line with emissions rules.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon  (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
UN chief will try to visit North Korea as soon as possible
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says he will try to visit North Korea "at the earliest possible date" in an effort to promote peace on the Korean peninsula.
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Paris attackers exploited intelligence gaps that remain open
The Paris attackers exploited intelligence holes from France to Syria, authorities say, taking advantage of mistrust between European governments, France's overwhelmed security services and the collapse of authority across the war zone contested by the Islamic State group.
From Left: The Great Pyramides of Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus are seen on February 9, 2006 in Giza, Cairo, Egypt. (Marco Di Lauro, Getty Images)
Egypt discovers ancient fence, dating back over 3,500 years
Egypt's antiquities ministry says archaeologists have found a "giant fence" at the site of an ancient capital city in the northern Nile Delta region, dating back over 3,500 years.
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In responding to Paris attacks, only 4 of 302 died
When extremists began their bloody attack on Paris on Nov. 13, it triggered the activation of an emergency response plan to treat the injured — and while 302 people were rushed to hospitals, only four died, according to a report published Tuesday in the journal, Lancet.
Thousands of Syrian refugees seek shelter in makeshift camps in Jordan and Turkey. (Jeff J Mitchell, Getty Images)
Canada to announce plan to resettle 25,000 refugees Tuesday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce Tuesday his plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees and he says all 10 of Canada's provincial premiers support bringing that many in.
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Official warns of security threats after Mali hotel assault
The official leading the investigation into the attack on a luxury hotel in Mali's capital is urging residents to keep an eye out for suspicious behavior and warns of heightened security threats.
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Search continues for victims of Myanmar landslide
Searchers used earthmoving machines Tuesday in northern Myanmar's jade production region to look for bodies buried by a landslide that killed more than a hundred people who had made their living by scavenging for the dregs discarded by local mines.
Air Malaysia Passenger Jet Crashes In Eastern Ukraine Killing All On Board (Brendan Hoffman, 2014 Getty Images)
Experts study evidence in criminal probe into MH17 downing
International experts are meeting in the Netherlands to examine evidence in the criminal investigation into the downing last year of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine.
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Liberia seeks US help to determine cause of new Ebola cases
A Liberian health official says two experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will travel to the West African nation to try to determine the cause of new Ebola cases confirmed last week.

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