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US will seek death penalty against Boston bombings suspect
The US government says it will seek the death penalty against Boston Marathon bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. US Attorney General Eric Holder said in a statement: "The nature of the conduct at issue and the resultant harm compel this decision."  

H7N9 bird flu resurges in China ahead of Lunar New Year
When Mr He, a 39-year-old furniture factory owner came down with flu symptoms late last year, he wasn't worried. According to his family, the man, who worked in Guangdong province in southern China, had always been healthy. Weeks later, He was on a ventilator. Hospitalized for about 20 days, he slipped into a vegetative state and later died, his family said.  

Interpol to help sniff out crime at Olympics
Interpol says it will help Olympic organizers with security and in cracking down on doping and match-fixing.

Jakarta Floods Persist as Forecasters Predict Wet Start to Year of the Horse
The water level at a crucial flood gate south of the city dropped early Thursday after having risen to trigger the highest alert level shortly after midnight, a flood official said, as Jakarta braced for more heavy rain ahead of Chinese New Year celebrations.  

French 'would-be jihadists' go on trial in Paris
The trial of three French men accused of attempting to travel to Syria to join jihadists fighting in the country is set to begin in Paris on Thursday.

Portugal air traffic strikes continue today
A partial strike by air traffic controllers on Wednesday and another for Thursday has led to the cancellation of dozens flights in and out of Lisbon airport, according to the website of ANA, Portugal's airports authority.

Syrian authorities demolish seven residential districts
Syrian authorities have flattened seven residential districts to punish civilians living among rebels who had already fled, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said today.

Seven dead and thousands stranded in US ice storm
A rare ice storm has turned Atlanta into a slippery mess, stranding thousands for hours on frozen roadways and raising questions about how city leaders prepared for and handled the cold snap that slammed the US South.  



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