Milos Zeman is in intensive care the day after a surprise opposition win in parliamentary elections. Also, the "father of Pakistan nuclear bomb" AQ Khan dies aged 85, and UK to resettle teenage Afghan women footballers.
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Dozens missing in Deadly Indian Floods
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Sudan protesters demand military coup as crisis deepens
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Afghanistan: Dozens killed in suicide bombings at Kandahar mosque
30:16Several blasts at Shi'a mosque where worshippers were attending Friday prayers. Eyewitnesses said three attackers detonated bombs inside the crowded building. Also, funerals held in Lebanon for victims of Thursday's street violence in Beirut, and why the world's only state-appointed wizard has been told his services are no longer required.
There have been calls for calm following deadly clashes in Beirut
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Beirut: Several deaths as gunfire erupts during protests in city centre
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EU outlines plans for surging energy prices
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UN court rules in long running border dispute
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