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China: Prosecuters told to fast-track trial of terrorists, extremists
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China: Prosecuters told to fast-track trial of terrorists, extremists

Chinese prosecutors have been asked to fast-track cases involving terrorists, religious extremists and manufacturers of firearms and explosives, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) said.

China: 55 people publicly sentenced in Xinjiang for terrorism
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China: 55 people publicly sentenced in Xinjiang for terrorism

Local officials in China's western Xinjiang region held a public rally for the mass sentencing of criminals on Tuesday.

China says Ukraine's territorial integrity must be respected
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China says Ukraine's territorial integrity must be respected

China is treading a cautious path in the Ukraine dispute, withholding criticism of strategic partner Russia while adhering to its traditional policy of not interfering

Kerry urges Russia and Ukraine to hold to end crisis
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Kerry urges Russia and Ukraine to hold to end crisis

Kerry is currently in France and has held meetings with his French and Russian counterparts, and leaders of other countries on the unfolding developments in Ukraine.

In Ukraine, soldiers await orders amid a tense standoff
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In Ukraine, soldiers await orders amid a tense standoff

Almost a week after Russian forces began their swift and bloodless takeover of the Crimean peninsula, there is a standoff as both sides dig in and play a waiting game.

Amid Ukraine crisis, French warship latest addition to Russian fleet
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Amid Ukraine crisis, French warship latest addition to Russian fleet

The warship is part of a 1.2-billion-euro deal ($1.6 billion) that marked the biggest-ever sale of NATO weaponry to Moscow

US-Russia talks to ease escalating tensions amid Ukraine crisis
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US-Russia talks to ease escalating tensions amid Ukraine crisis

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will meet face-to-face for the first time since the crisis reached cold war proportions

Ukraine crisis: France threatens Russia with rapid sanctions
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Ukraine crisis: France threatens Russia with rapid sanctions

EU leaders holding a crisis meeting on Ukraine on Thursday could impose sanctions on Russia if there has been no "de-escalation" in the Ukraine crisis by then.

Analysts says Moscow unlikely to heed West's warnings over Ukraine
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Analysts says Moscow unlikely to heed West's warnings over Ukraine

Unsettling scenario for President Barack Obama, who is under pressure to show he has leverage over Putin in a deepening conflict between East and West.

EU, Russia pursue diplomacy amid sanction threats over Ukraine
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EU, Russia pursue diplomacy amid sanction threats over Ukraine

European governments step up diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine, encouraged by Putin's assurance that Russia does not intend annexe Crimea or go to war

'I am Russian, I don't need protection' protesters say in Ukraine
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'I am Russian, I don't need protection' protesters say in Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin's declaration that Russia had the right to invade Ukraine was met with cheers, however the tide of opinion in eastern cities appears to be turning back towards Kiev.

Ukraine: Pro-West cabinet takes charge, Washington promises aid
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Ukraine: Pro-West cabinet takes charge, Washington promises aid

Ukraine's new leaders on Thursday named a strongly pro-Western cabinet as the United States offered economic aid to the crisis-hit country, and warned Russia that military intervention would be a "grave mistake."

In Kashmir's separatist red zone, BJP gets support from former stone-pelters
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In Kashmir's separatist red zone, BJP gets support from former stone-pelters

In the 2008 Assembly elections, only 56 out of an estimated 50,000 voters in Old Town exercised their franchise. Being part of a political party here can invite death.