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Interpol puts two ex-FIFA officials on 'red notice' wanted list

ZURICH - Interpol put two top former FIFA officials on its "red notice" wanted list at the request of U.S. authorities on Wednesday as their investigation into corruption at soccer's governing body gathered pace. | Video

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Air strikes kill 20 Houthi fighters in Yemen's Aden: militia

SANAA - Saudi-led air strikes killed a group of around 20 Houthi fighters outside the southern Yemeni port city of Aden on Wednesday and also shook the capital Sanaa in the north, militiamen opposed to the Houthis said.

World, Yemen 9:07am EDT

Republican Jindal to announce 2016 White House plans this month

WASHINGTON - Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal plans to make an announcement in New Orleans this month on whether to enter the 2016 race for the party's presidential nomination.

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Baltics eye flashpoints with Russia, guard against 'green men'

TALLINN/RIGA - From sabotage of energy installations to cyber attacks and declarations of "independence" by Russian-speaking border villages, the Baltics are preparing for possible flashpoints of war.

World, Russia 8:38am EDT

Myanmar lands 700 migrants, U.S. says Rohingya should be citizens

JAKARTA/MAUNGDAW, Myanmar - Myanmar brought ashore more than 700 "boat people" it had kept at sea for days aboard a seized vessel, as the United States on Wednesday called on the country to help solve a migrant crisis by recognizing the rights of its Muslim Rohingya minority.

Saudi names suspects in mosque bombing, offers $1 million bounty

- Saudi Arabia offered a cash reward of 5 million riyals ($1.3 million) for information leading to the arrest of sixteen people it said were involved in a deadly suicide bombing outside a mosque on Friday, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.

World, Saudi Arabia 9:26am EDT

Ukraine says rebels renew attack on eastern town

KIEV - Separatist forces have renewed an attack on the town of Maryinka in eastern Ukraine and parts of the town are on fire, news agency Interfax Ukraine quoted a Ukrainian military spokesman as saying on Wednesday.