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Police arrest 2 for alleged counterfeit documents

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Tirana, June 6 (AP) - Albanian police said Wednesday they have arrested two people accused of supplying fake documents to help people enter Britain, Germany and other Western European countries illegally.
A statement said authorities who raided the pair's homes found 16 counterfeit passports and many documents in Albanian and German.
The two detained Albanians, residents of the capital, Tirana, and the port city of Durres, were paid 10,000 to 16,000 euros ($11,700-18,700) for the fake...
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Australia says wine delays at China ports are ‘irritation’

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Canberra, Jun 6 (AP) - Australia's trade minister said Wednesday that weeks of delays at Chinese ports of Aus-tralian wine exports were an "irritation" in a bilateral trade relationship that was thriving despite diplomatic tensions.
Australian wine and beef industry representatives are pressuring...
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Malaysia gets new AG, ex-PM’s wife quizzed over graft saga

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Kuala Lumpur, Jun 16 (AP) - The wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was questioned Tues-day by the anti-graft agency over alleged theft and money-laundering involving the 1MDB state investment fund, as Najib's lawyers said they had pulled out.
Prosecution over the 1MDB scandal...
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Myanmar’s Rohingyas brief tale of genocide

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Balukhali Refugee Camp, Jun 5 (AP) - The last time Mohammed Hashim saw his brother alive, he begged for his life, his arms bound behind his back as soldiers marched the 35-year-old teacher away.
It was Aug. 26, the day after Rohingya Muslim separatist attacks on military outposts in the group's...
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Only a few of Guatemala volcano’s dead have been identified

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El Rodeo, Jun 5 (AP) - People of the villages skirting Guatemala's Volcano of Fire began mourning the few dead who could be identified after an eruption killed dozens by engulfing them in floods of searing ash and mud.
Mourners cried over caskets lined up in a row in the main park of San Juan...
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