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Turkish, Russian leaders speak on Syria


Kremlin dismisses US election indictment as lacking evidence


WINTER OLYMPICS: Russian curler accused of doping


South Africa steps up action against Zuma-linked family


2-man bobsled race gets historically close during Winter Olympic Games


5.9 quake hits southern Mexico, days after more powerful one


Oxfam reports staff intimidated witnesses in Haiti scandal


Russian news agency reports 4 dead in church shooting


2 Turkish soldiers missing after vehicle topples into flood


Iran says 65 killed in airplane crash


Iran's leaders offer condolences over air crash


All 66 people aboard killed in Iran plane crash


US says unlikely Turkey used chemical weapons


Kosovo celebrates a decade of independence from Serbia


Zimbabwe arrests university chief over Grace Mugabe's degree


Mexico quake came in zone known for big tremors


The Latest: Sweden tops Norway 4-0 in Olympic men's hockey


Admiral says North Korea aiming to reunify Korean Peninsula


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