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Nigella Lawson's husband has been cautioned by police after photos emerged of him with his hands around her neck. Lawson, a cookbook author and TV food personality, has not commented publicly.
Police reportedly questioned former advertising executive Charles Saatchi for five hours Monday, after pictures emerged of him with hands around the throat of his wife, TV personality Nigella Lawson.
Edward Snowden said he's still in Hong Kong and claims he wouldn't get a fair trial in the U.S.
The Supreme Court ruled widespread collection and storage of DNA legal for police.
This is the latest revelation to come from documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
Some are convinced that the government's policies are pulling Turkey into the Syrian crisis.
Melissa Block talks to Vali Nasr, who has closely followed Hassan Rowhani's career.
Most of the death and mayhem that occurs every day in Pakistan goes unreported in the West.
Police reportedly questioned former advertising executive Charles Saatchi for five hours Monday.
Melissa Block speaks with Peter Shirlow of Queen's University in Belfast.
Journalist Charles Glass' book shows that the line between courage and cowardice is never simple.
New York University, which helped defuse a 2012 diplomatic crisis, denied the allegations.
The fractured country is as threatened as ever by forces committed to its destruction.
Pyongyang's has proposed "senior-level" discussions with Washington.
June 17, 2013 Economists hope the leaders of major economies gathering in Northern Ireland will discuss expanding global trade. Since interest rates can't be lowered much further, analysts say, trade will be a key catalyst for growth.
June 17, 2013 Syria's civil war is expected to be a central issue as the U.S. president meets with the world's other major powers. Obama's decision last week to send weapons to the Syrian rebels is supported by Britain and France, but not by Russia.
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June 16, 2013 Hasan Rowhani, a midranking cleric, has been a politician since the 1979 revolution. He backed a violent crackdown against the pro-democracy student movement in 1999. But during the campaign, he appeared as the most charismatic and pragmatic of all the candidates.
June 16, 2013 Crews worked overnight to clear any trace of the two-week demonstration in Istanbul's Taksim Square as riot police continued to clash with protesters in Istanbul and the capital, Ankara.
June 16, 2013 There is no more graphic example of the daunting challenges facing Pakistan's new prime minister than the bloody events playing out in the west of his nation. The fractured country is as threatened as ever by forces committed to its destruction.
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