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Indonesia uncertain how many buried by mine collapse

Indonesian authorities said Monday they’re not certain how many people were buried in the collapse of a remote gold mine nearly a week ago but that the number could be as high as 100. The disaster agency said the official death toll from the collapse of the mine in North Sulawesi’s Bolaang Mongondow district is nine. Nineteen people were rescued ...

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Thousands call for Algeria’s president to step down in largest protests since Arab Spring

Tens of thousands of people in cities across Algeria called on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to leave office on Friday in the biggest anti-government demonstrations there since the Arab Spring eight years ago. The protests were mostly peaceful but as crowds receded by late afternoon, scuffles broke out in the capital Algiers between police and protesters near the presidential palace, witnesses said. One person died during a ...

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Pakistan ready to hand over Indian pilot amid more shelling

Pakistan prepared to hand over a captured Indian pilot Friday while blistering cross-border attacks across the disputed Himalayan Kashmir region continued for a fourth straight day, even as the two nuclear-armed neighbours seek to defuse the most serious confrontation in two decades. Tens of thousands of Indian and Pakistani soldiers face off along the disputed border known as the Line ...

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