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Court rejects Mladic appeal, extradition cleared
Serbian war crimes court clears way for indicted Serb General Ratko Mladic to be extradited to The Hague
No restart for south Japan reactors until safety assured -governor
Governor of southern Japan's Saga prefecture will not restart nuclear plants until nuclear safety established risking electricity shortages in industrial area
Greenland condemns Greenpeace oil rig protest
Greenland directs harsh criticism at Greenpeace protests against Cairn oil rig
Key Afghan general killed by bomb
Afghani General Mohammed Daoud Daoud killed by Taliban remote-controlled bomb not suicide attack
Bosnian Serb ex-soldiers protest at Mladic birthplace
3,000 angry Bosnian Serbs protest Mladic arrest insisting on his heroism
G8 leaders unanimously back Lagarde IMF bid
French FM Alain Juppe issues a statement on Sunday revealing G8 nations' backing of French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde for the post of IMF head
Thousands of protesters flock again to Madrid square
Spanish demonstrators to establish movement bases and decide whether or not to resume occupation of main square
Greenpeace activists climb Greenland oil rig
Greenpeace activists attempt to disrupt Cairn oil exploration off Greenland coast, hang in pod on rig
Mladic appeal on UN court extradition rejected
Serbia chief war crimes prosecutor rejects an appeal against extradition of Ratko Mladic to The Hague to be tried for crimes against humanity committed in Bosnia's 1992-1995 war  
Mladic on the run: from Belgrade bars to the countryside
Serbia vows to bring Mladic protectors to justice
Bosnian Serb ex-soldiers protest at Mladic birthplace
Spanish protesters vote to remain in Sol square
Hundreds of people both young and old voted to keep the Sol encampment going until Thursday at least

Nigeria blast kills 10 hours after inauguration
A bomb tore through a bar in a military barracks in Nigeria's restive Muslim north, killing 10 people just hours after a southern Christian president was inaugurated

N. Korea says it won't deal with S. Korea govt
North Korea said Monday it would no longer deal with South Korea and threatened to retaliate against any moves by Seoul to wage "psychological warfare"

Nigerian leader to be sworn in with nation divided
Nigerian President Jonathan is due to be sworn in on Sunday following elections seen as the country's fairest in two decades, but he faces a divided nation after deadly post-poll riots

Lockheed says thwarted "tenacious" cyber attack
Top US defense contractor faces cyber attack, officials say source unknown

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