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An Italian court has extended the prison terms of 23 CIA agents convicted in absentia of kidnapping an Egyptian imam in a move seen as a blow to the American rendition program.
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More heavy snowfall cripples Germany

Recent overnight snowfall in Germany has led to many transportation cancelations and inconveniences, leaving parts of the country covered in frost.

Police arrest hundreds in Moscow

More than 1,000 youths have been arrested in Moscow in a security sweep aimed at preventing another ethnic riot in the Russian capital.

Kosovo PM linked to organ trade

A European rights group has accused former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) leaders of serious human rights abuses including organ and drug trafficking.

All hostages freed in French nursery

The five remaining children and their teacher, held hostage at a pre-school in eastern France, have been released unharmed.
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