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Another Argentine prosecutor says will pursue case against president

Cristina Fernández de KirchnerThe investigation into accusations that Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez tried to cover up Iran's alleged involvement in a 1994 bombing will go forward despite the death last month of the prosecutor on the case, authorities said on Friday.

Alberto Nisman was found dead in mysterious circumstances on Jan. 18, a day before he was due to face questions in Congress over his 289-page complaint against the president and her foreign minister, Hector Timerman.

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At least 19 killed in attack on Shi'ite mosque in Pakistan

mosque blast in PakistanAt least 19 people were killed on Friday in the Pakistani city of Peshawar in a gun and bomb attack on a Shi'ite mosque, the latest sectarian violence to hit the South Asian nation.

Radical Sunni Islamist groups often target mosques frequented by minority Shi'ites, whom they see as infidels.

Police said armed men broke into the mosque, where people were attending Friday prayers, and opened fire, following which three explosions were heard inside the building.

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Mexico condemns deadly police shooting in Washington state

Mexico condepmns US police shootingOfficers killed a man accused of hurling rocks in the fourth fatal police shooting since last summer, a death that is shaking this agricultural city of 68,000 in southeastern Washington and drawing criticism from as far away as Mexico.

The killing Tuesday of orchard worker Antonio Zambrano-Montes sparked protests after witnesses said he was running away when he was shot in a busy intersection in Pasco, a city about 215 miles southeast of Seattle.

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High civilian death toll in Gaza house strikes

civilian deaths in GazaThe youngest to die was a 4-day-old girl, the oldest a 92-year-old man. They were among at least 844 Palestinians killed as a result of airstrikes on homes during Israel's summer war with the Islamic militant group, Hamas.

Under the rules of war, homes are considered protected civilian sites unless used for military purposes. Israel says it attacked only legitimate targets, alleging militants used the houses to hide weapons, fighters and command centers. Palestinians say Israel's warplanes often struck without regard for civilians.

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Netanyahu pulled out of deal for demilitarized Palestine, shared Jerusalem, in 2011

Netanyahu nixed 2011 dealIn the summer of 2011, then-president Shimon Peres and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas were close to reaching a framework agreement that would have enabled Israel and the PA to restart peace negotiations, Israeli and Palestinian sources told The Times of Israel.

In conversations in various European capitals and in Amman over the course of a year, the two reached far-reaching informal understandings, with the knowledge and support of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Toxic orange cloud spreads after chemical blast near Barcelona

toxic cloud barcelonaThree people were injured in an explosion at a chemical plant in northern Spain on Thursday and authorities advised residents of several small towns near Barcelona to stay indoors as a large toxic cloud spread over the area.

The regional government of Catalonia said in a statement that the blast appeared to have been caused by two chemicals coming into contact during delivery to the plant, owned by Spanish company Simar.

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Ukraine cease-fire agreed after marathon talks, but flashpoint unresolved

Ukraine cease fireThe leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany emerged from marathon talks in Minsk on Thursday with what they said was a comprehensive peace deal for eastern Ukraine, but disagreement over a key flashpoint still exist and it remains to be seen if this truce can succeed where past ones have failed.

Vladimir Putin told reporters that a cease-fire would be effective starting from Sunday. As part of the deal special status would be granted for the pro-Moscow rebel regions in Ukraine’s east and consensus had also been reached over border controls and humanitarian issues, the Russian president added.

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