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WikiLeaks Publishes CIA Tips for Traveling Spies

WikiLeaks on Sunday released two CIA documents that offered tips to help spies maintain their cover while using false documents as they crossed international borders. 

The two documents, dating from 2011 and 2012, are marked classified and "NOFORN," which means they were not meant to be shared with allied intelligence agencies, WikiLeaks said.

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Third of Italians Back Anti-Immigrant Northern League

More than one third of Italians -- including many in the once-hostile south -- are ready to vote for the anti-EU, anti-immigration Northern League, a poll showed Sunday.

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Eight Bullet-Riddled Bodies Found in SW Pakistan

Authorities on Sunday found eight bullet riddled bodies in Pakistan's restive southwestern Baluchistan province, which is facing a tribal insurgency, sectarian violence and Taliban attacks, officials said.

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Pakistan Hangs Four More Militants after School Attack

Pakistan on Sunday executed four more militants after ending a six-year moratorium on the death penalty following a Taliban school attack that killed 149 people, officials said.

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N. Korea Threatens to Hit Back at White House in Hacking Row

North Korea threatened Sunday to hit back at the White House and other U.S. targets if Washington sanctions it for an alleged hacking attack.

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Iran Hails U.S.-Cuba Thaw as Proof Sanctions Don't Work

Iran has seized on Washington's historic rapprochement with Cuba after five decades of Cold War standoff as proof that big power sanctions do not work.

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PM Accuses EU of 'Dirty Campaign' against Turkey

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Sunday accused the European Union of starting a "dirty campaign" against Turkey by criticizing the arrests of opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Report: Security Gaps Found at Germany's Biggest Airport

An EU probe has found major security lapses at Germany's biggest airport in Frankfurt enabling weapons and other items to be smuggled through passenger safety checks, a newspaper said Sunday.

The failings, detected in an undercover European Union-commissioned investigation, were largely down to badly trained staff, Germany's Bild am Sonntag weekly said.

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Al-Qaida 'Bursting with Pain' over Pakistan School Attack

Al-Qaida's regional branch on Sunday said its hearts were "bursting with pain" over the Taliban's massacre at a Pakistan school and urged the militants to target only security forces.

The attack on Tuesday killed 149 people -- mostly children -- in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar.

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Taiwan's Ruling Party Bullish on China Ties despite Poll Setback

The sole leadership candidate for Taiwan's ruling party said Sunday he would keep pushing for stronger ties with China even though its Beijing-friendly policy was blamed for its worst-ever local election setback.

"The development of cross-strait ties will continue," Eric Chu, incumbent mayor of New Taipei City, told reporters after registering with the Kuomintang (KMT) party for chairmanship elections slated for January 17.

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