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Colombian peace talks resume in Cuba as conflict rages

HAVANA (Reuters) - The Colombian government and leftist FARC rebels resumed peace negotiations in Havana on Sunday after a recess of more than two weeks, during which 19 soldiers and a number of rebels were killed and rural protests left four farmers dead and several police injured.Full story

U.S. prosecutors charge al Qaeda commander over Algeria attack

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Friday charged a commander of al Qaeda's North African operations with participating in an attack on an Algerian gas plant in January that killed dozens of workers, including three Americans. Full story

France to try Norwegian neo-Nazi for inciting racial hatred

PARIS (Reuters) - A Norwegian neo-Nazi was charged with inciting racial hatred on Thursday by French investigators, who then released him after deciding he was not planning an attack, an official at the Paris prosecutor's office said. Full story

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Norwegian mass killer Breivik cries as he watches a video presented by the prosecution during his trial in Oslo
Norwegian mass killer Breivik cries as he watches a video presented by the prosecution during his trial in Oslo

Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik cries as he watches a video presented by the prosecution during his terrorism and murder trial, in a courtroom in Oslo April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Heiko Junge/Pool

Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik arrives in court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced.
Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik arrives in court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced.

Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik arrives in court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced for his twin attacks last year that left 77 people dead, bringing to a close one of the most spectacular trials in Norway's history. Breivik has admitted killing 77

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NORWAY-ATTACKS-TRIAL

Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik speaks with a lawyer on arrival in court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced for his twin attacks last year that left 77 people dead, bringing to a close one of the most spectacular trials in Norway's history. Breivik