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‘Sherlock’ returns with murder, mystery – and a baby

LONDON (AP) — There’s something rotten in Baker Street. It may just be the diaper of baby Rosamund Watson, whose arrival at the start of the fourth season of “Sherlock” disrupts the relationship between brilliant, demanding detective Sherlock Holmes and his long-suffering friend Dr. John Watson. The offspring of John ...

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Somalia inaugurates new parliament in Mogadishu

Nearly 300 new Somali lawmakers have been sworn in following weeks of voting in a complex political process. According to top election official Omar Mohamed Abdulle, 284 members of parliament were sworn in under tight security in the capital, Mogadishu, on Tuesday. Some lawmakers were absent while other seats were ...

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Another parliament member attacked in Afghan capital

An Afghan lawmaker has been wounded in a bomb attack in a crowded area of Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul. The blast took place near the 6th police district and a mosque in Dasht-e-Barchi area in western Kabul on Wednesday morning apparently targeting the vehicle of legislator Fakuri Biheshti, who was ...

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2 killed, dozens injured as Indian train derails in Kanpur

Fifteen coaches of a passenger train have run off the track in India’s Kanpur, in the state of Uttar Pradesh. 2 people have been confirmed dead and dozens more injured. The incident happened early Wednesday morning as the express train was crossing a bridge in an area about 400 kilometers ...

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Iraq: Saudi policies feeding regional tensions

Baghdad has warned Riyadh over its trouble making regional policies, stressing that it will not permit such interference in Iraq. Iraqi Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Gamal made the remarks in a statement released on Tuesday in reaction to Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir saying that Iraq cannot realize unity ...

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Bahraini forces, protesters clash ahead of Nimr execution anniv.

Bahraini regime forces and dozens of protesters have engaged in skirmishes ahead of the first execution anniversary of prominent Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr by Riyadh. The demonstrators took to the streets in the village of al-Eker, south of the capital Manama, on Tuesday evening to voice their outrage at the ...

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