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Sweden has been a key partner for the US in spying on Russia, Swedish television reported, citing leaked NSA documents.
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At least 20 people were killed in a car bomb and gun battle at the Yemeni defence ministry compound in the capital Sanaa.
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Gale-force winds have hit Scotland, leaving thousands without electricity and halting trains, as northwestern Europe braced for a storm.
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Draft Egyptian constitution says elections must take place no more than six months from the date of its ratification.
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