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Bangladesh cracks down on protest group

Leader of Hifazat-e-Islam forced to exit Dhaka after clashes between group’s supporters and police leave many dead. The government in Bangladesh has cracked down on protests, taken a television station off-air and transfered the man at the head of the …

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NBA Star admits being homosexual

NBA veteran centre Jason Collins has become the first active player in any US major professional sports leagues to reveal that he is gay, doing so to Sports Illustrated in a major cover story released on Monday. Collins, who is …

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Italian Prime Minister wins confidence vote

New Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta won his first confidence vote in parliament after promising to press for change to the European Union’s focus on austerity and pursue economic growth and jobs. The lower house confidence motion in his coalition …

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