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Three Iranian Police Reported Killed In 'Sufi Protest'
Iranian authorities say three police officers have been killed in clashes with followers of a Sufi Muslim religious community in Tehran.
Russian Lawmaker Claims Innocence As Mafia Trial Opens In Spain
Russian lawmaker Vladislav Reznik and 17 other suspects have gone on trial in Spain accused of money laundering for two Russian organized-crime groups.
Prosecutor Seeks 12 Years For Former Kazakh Minister
The prosecutor in the high-profile trial of former Kazakh Economy Minister Quandyq Bishimbaev has asked a court in Astana to sentence him to 12 years in prison on charges of bribery and embezzlement.
UN Chief Calls For Regulatory Scheme For Cyberwarfare
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for global regulations to minimize the impact of electronic warfare on civilians.
Latvian Central-Bank Chief Released On Bail Amid Corruption Charges
Latvia's central-bank chief has been released from custody on bail hours after the Baltic country's anticorruption agency accused him of receiving at least 100,000 euros ($125,000) in bribes.