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Palestinian Premier's House Hit

A rocket-propelled grenade slammed into the home of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh on Tuesday in what his Hamas movement said was an assassination attempt by Fatah.

7 Afghan Police Killed by Friendly Fire

Afghan police mistook U.S. troops on a nighttime mission for Taliban fighters and opened fire on them, prompting U.S. forces to return fire and call in attack aircraft, killing seven Afghan police, officials said Tuesday.

UN Court Convicts Serb Leader

A Yugoslav war crimes tribunal Tuesday convicted a leader of Croatia's rebel Serbs of murder, torture and persecution and sentenced him to 35 years in prison for a brutal ethnic cleansing campaign against non-Serbs.

Death Toll in Bangladesh Rises to 105

The death toll from a torrent of mudslides, flooding and lightning in southeastern Bangladesh rose to 105 Tuesday after rescuers found 14 more bodies, officials and witnesses said.

U.S. Rules on 'Enemy Combatants'

A federal appeals court has harshly rebuked the U.S. presidential administration's anti-terrorism strategy, ruling that U.S. residents cannot be locked up indefinitely as ""enemy combatants"" without being charged.

Swine Made Small

Minipigs have become a trendy pet, thanks to both their looks and their brains.

Visit the Toy Museum

A small room in the former Palace of Pioneers at Vorobyovy Gory is bursting with toys -- Sergei Romanov's collection. Yet only a fraction of his 4,500 toys is displayed on shelves here, organized by decade, provenance and material.

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