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Devastating Nepal earthquake kills hundreds, triggers deadly Everest avalanche

KATHMANDU - A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling a 19th-century tower in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu and triggering a fatal avalanche on Mount Everest. | Video

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Ukrainian serviceman killed in rebel attack near Mariupol: military

KIEV - One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two were wounded in shelling attacks by pro-Russian separatists on Saturday near the port of Mariupol in Ukraine's southeast, Kiev's military said.

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Isolated in debt talks, Greek finance rebel gets the cold shoulder

RIGA - As the buses carrying European finance ministers left for a gala dinner in the Latvian capital on Friday night, one of the party hung back at the hotel and then wandered off alone into the dusk.

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Comcast drops Time Warner Cable bid after antitrust pressure

- Comcast Corp abandoned its $45 billion offer for Time Warner Cable Inc on Friday after U.S. regulators raised concerns that the deal would give Comcast an unfair advantage in the cable TV and Internet-based services market. | Video

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Gaps remain in probe of Baltimore man's death in police custody

BALTIMORE - An investigation into the death of a black man in Baltimore police custody is still trying to figure out what happened, the police commissioner said on Friday as the city braced for a major protest over the incident. | Video

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Pakistani security agencies to investigate activist's murder

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's military intelligence agencies will investigate the murder of a human rights activist, shot after she hosted a talk on disappearances and killings in Baluchistan province where the army is fighting separatists, the military said on Saturday.

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Execution of two Australians in Indonesia 'imminent': Australian FM

SYDNEY, Apr 25 - - Indonesia told Australia officials on Saturday that the execution of two Australian men would be “scheduled imminently”, Australian Foreign minister Julie Bishop said.