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Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill

Uganda's president Saturday vowed to sign sweeping anti-gay legislation, citing what he said were scientific, not political, considerations for a controversial measure in a country that already criminalizes homosexuality.

China: 11 'terrorists' killed in restive Xinjiang region

Eleven "terrorists" were killed -- eight by police, and three by their own suicide bomb -- in a terrorist attack Friday in northwest China's restive Xinjiang region, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

Protests, violence continue in Venezuela

Young Venezuelans unhappy with the ravaged economy, shortages and rising crime clashed again Friday with security forces who fired tear gas and water cannons.

Last photos of Pistorius and lover

CNN gets access to the last photos of Oscar Pistorius and his girlfriend before her tragic death. Robyn Curnow reports.

Viral drinking game kills 4 people

An online game of "drink and dare" called "Neknominate" is fueling a deadly, worldwide craze. CNN's Isa Soares reports.

Venezuela threatens opposition chief

A day after political violence in Venezuela left three dead on the streets of Caracas, authorities issued an arrest warrant for an opposition leader on charges including conspiracy and murder in connection with the clashes, an official with Venezuela's justice ministry said Thursday.

South Korea asks for trust

In stark contrast to the bellicose gesturing that has haunted relations in the recent past, North and South Korea took conciliatory steps in each other's direction Friday.

More troops heading to CAR

The European Union committed Friday to sending 500 troops to the tumultuous Central African Republic -- a number that the coalition is "looking" to double, according to its foreign policy chief.

Italy's PM Enrico Letta resigns

Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta resigned Friday after less than a year in office, according to a statement released by the Italian presidential palace.

Hague: Syria must work with us

Christiane Amanpour speaks to UK Foreign Secretary William Hague about violence in Sryia and the possibility of peace.

Volcano's ash falls like rain

A volcanic eruption in Indonesia has killed at least three people and forced tens of thousands to flee.

Valentines Day thrives in Iran

Valentine's Day is becoming increasingly more popular in Iran, a country that once denounced it.

Caroline Kennedy visits Okinawa

Caroline Kennedy tours Okinawa and presents the governor with a family keepsake. CNN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Syrian peace talks going nowhere

The Syrian rebels want a new government. The current Syrian government says first you have to stop the terrorists, meaning the rebels. The international community wants it all to happen simultaneously.

Car bomb hits U.N. cars in Mogadishu

A car bomb explosion near the airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, killed two people and wounded four more Thursday, police Capt. Mohamed Hussein said.

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