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Secret Service snatches lawmaker's son indicted for stealing 200,000 U.S. credit card numbers.
Oscar Pistorius faces 25 years to life if found guilty of premeditated murder in lover's death.
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Christian convert said he was motivated by a dispute with a mosque official.
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called for an immediate cease-fire.
Police were called to a casino by a bystander who saw three girls in the car alone.
Islamic militants forced their way into compound and exchanged fire with troops.
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As the fighting ends in Slovyansk, some vow never to return.
Abdullah Abdullah tells supporters he will declare victory, claiming massive fraud.
U.S. says its oil production will hit 43-year high and Iraq's output will remain steady.
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