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A convoy of inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons prepares to cross into Syria at the Lebanese border crossing point of Masnaa, eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, on Oct. 1, 2013.
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A giant signed poster with messages of support is attached to the former Soweto home, turned museum, of former South African president Nelson Mandela, Soweto, South Africa, Friday Dec. 6 2013.
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Johannes Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring is one of 15 17th-century Dutch paintings on view at New York's Frick Collection through early 2014.
About 100 protesters in East Timor have thrown rocks at the Australian embassy, with police responding with tear gas as a spying row intensifies.
Dutch homeschoolers have released the video of an amazing flash mob performance they staged last month to raise awareness about home education in the Netherlands and proposed legislation which threatens to make it illegal.
Judges rejected Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta's bid to halt his trial on crimes against humanity, saying his accusations that prosecution witnesses colluded to mislead the court were not serious enough to prejudice proceedings.
Interesting piece in The New York Times about the International Criminal Court, which is based in The Hague and prosecutes war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The sprawling home at 29488 58th Ave. in Abbotsford spans a whopping 44,340 sq ft and includes nine bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Carla Rae Hague, 71, is sitting in a jail cell next to the courthouse where her husband is a judge.
US modifying a naval vessel to be able to destroy chemicals; Italy, Norway and Denmark offer to act as middlemen.
Cyclists protested in large numbers as they staged a mass die-in safety protest in London recently.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has been appointed the country's regent by the Dutch Senate and the House of Representatives.
Police are investigating whether there was a link between the two incidents, said police liaison officer Lieutenant Colonel Andre Traut.
East Timor will go before the Permanent Court of Arbitration on Thursday and use the alleged espionage to challenge the validity of a bilateral agreement struck with Australia in 2006 over sharing seabed oil and gas reserves between the countries.
Techdays is the annual Microsoft Conference for software development, software architecture and IT solutions in the Netherlands.
Since March 2012, Apple's stunning Amsterdam store has been the company's only retail location in Netherlands, but that will change this Saturday, December 7 when the company's Haarlem store opens for business in the city's main shopping district.