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Women wait in a queue to cast their vote at polling station at Sirohi district in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan, April 17, 2014.

India Conducts Biggest Round of Voting in Rolling General Elections

Involving 12 states, the fifth day of polling is the biggest of India's staggered election and a high stakes round for both the BJP and Congress More

FILE - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, attends an event to mark the second anniversary of the death of his father, former leader Kim Jong Il.

Audio 'The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il'

Michael Malice used the first person to write the book in Kim Jong Il’s own words, offering a clear view of the very serious methods behind the madness in Pyongyang More

A detained Somali woman has her photograph taken before being fingerprinted and screened at the Kasarani sports stadium, which has been converted into a detention facility to hold those arrested during recent security crackdowns, near Nairobi in Kenya, April 9, 2014.

Kenya Police Intensify Security Crackdown

In a security sweep known as Operation Usalama Watch, police officers have been going door-to-door across the country arresting and screening suspected illegal immigrants More

Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, who says next round of talk with Taliban will take place in days, speaks during a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan, April 13, 2014.

Pakistani Taliban End Ceasefire With Government

Taliban spokesman Shahidullah Shahid says group has formally ended 40-day ceasefire, but says insurgents still are open to talks with government More

Reuters journalist Jason Szep is congratulated by a colleague on the phone in the Reuters Washington bureau after it was announced Szep and Reuters had won a Pulitzer prize for international reporting on the violent persecution of a Muslim minority in Burma, April 14, 2014.

Thailand Charges Journalists for Human Trafficking Report

Two journalists facing criminal charges for publishing story about Thai security forces' alleged involvement in trafficking Rohingya Muslims from Burma More

The latest images from Syria

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  • Men check a damaged vehicle as a Free Syrian Army fighter, carrying his weapon, walks by in the besieged area of Homs, Syria, May 27, 2013.
  • The inside of a damaged mosque in Dahra Abd Rabbo village, Aleppo, May 27, 2013.
  • U.S. Senator John McCain meets with U.S. troops in southern Turkey, May 27, 2013.  During the trip he made a visit to meet with rebels in Syria.  This picture was released on his Twitter account.
  • Syrians participate in the funeral prayer for Youssef Ghazi al-Sarmani, who was killed in fighting between rebel and government forces, May 27. The logo in red reads "Talbiseh".
  • A boy makes pastry at a shop in Darkush town, Idlib province, May 26, 2013.
  • A group of men smuggle diesel fuel from Syria to Turkey hoping to sell it at a higher price, across the Al-Assi River in Idlib, May 26, 2013.
  • Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad during clashes against Syrian rebels in Aleppo, May 26, 2013.
  • Supporters and relatives of Hezbollah members attend the funeral of a Hezbollah fighter who died in the Syrian conflict. The funeral took place in the Ouzai district in Beirut, May 26, 2013.
  • A Free Syrian Army fighter feeds pigeons in Homs, May 26, 2013.
  • Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad take their position during a clashes against rebels, Aleppo, Syria, May 26, 2013. (SANA).

Ukraine Envoy Defiant but Hopeful About Outcome of Talks

Ahead of Geneva meeting aimed at resolving crisis, Yurii Klymenko says it will not be easy to restore stability, nor to get Russia to back off from its territorial designs

Canada Taxpayer Data Stolen in Heartbleed Breach

Private information of about 900 people stolen from nation's computer systems as result of vulnerabilities

Vietnam Frees at Least One More Political Activist

Nguyen Tien Trung, a blogger, was released over the weekend from prison in southern Ho Chi Minh City, his father says

Video Russians Rally for Press Freedom, Truth

About 5,000 opposition supporters gathered in Moscow to defend press freedom they allege is being replaced by government propaganda

Amnesty International Accuses EU States of Discrimination Against Roma

The group said that in some cases, European states fuel the problem when police fail to prevent or investigate attacks

Vietnamese Dissident Arrives in US after Early Release from Prison

Vu was jailed in April 2011 on charges of spreading 'propaganda against the state' under Article 88 of the penal code

US Ambassador’s Resignation Could Improve India Ties

Observers hope veteran diplomat Nancy Powell's departure will reset ties that have been rocky since arrest of Indian diplomat in New York

India’s Election Involves Daunting Logistical Challenges

Rules stipulate that none of India's 814 million voters - whether they live in a crowded city or a remote mountain village - should have to travel more than two kilometers to cast their vote

Pentagon Disapproves of Afghan President's Support for Crimea Seizure

Karzai has been increasingly at odds with Western nations who have backed his leadership of Afghanistan for over a dozen years

35 Countries Agree to Tougher Nuclear Security Standards

Nations pledge to turn international nuclear security guidelines into national law at summit in The Hague, Netherlands

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Kunleng News Apr 18 , 2014i
ཨོ་བྷ་མ་ཨེ་ཤ་ཡར་ཕེབས་འཆར། ཉི་ཧོང་གི་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར་ལེགས་གྲུབ། སྲིད་བྱུས་ཉམས་ཞིབ་ཁང་གི་ཕྱག་དེབ། སོག་རྫོང་གི་མི་བཞི་འཛིན་བཟུང་། ལྷོ་ཀོ་རི་ཡའི་མྱུར་སྐྱོབ་ལས་དོན། སྲིད་འཛིན་གྱིས་དམག་ཟུར་རྨས་མར་རྒྱབ་སྐྱོར། དཀའ་རྙོག་ཇེ་ཉུང་གཏོང་བའི་གྲོས་མཐུན། རྒྱ་ནག་གི་གྲོས་མོལ་ཕྱིར་འཐེན།

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