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Belgium studying Spanish warrant for ex-Catalan leader

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Brussels, Nov 5 (AP) - Belgian state prosecutors on Sunday were examining international arrest warrants issued by Spain for the ousted leader of Catalonia and other members of his disbanded Cabinet.
Carles Puigdemont and four of his ex-ministers fled to Belgium this past week after being removed from power by Spanish authorities as part of an extraordinary crackdown to impede the region's illegal declaration of independence.
Federal prosecutors in Belgium said on Saturday that they were...
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Militants storm security compound in Yemen, kill 5 soldiers

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Sanaa, Nov 5 (AP) - Militants set off a large car bomb outside a security headquarters in Yemen's southern port city of Aden early Sunday before storming the compound and placing snipers on the roof, officials said, adding that at least five Yemeni soldiers were killed.
A Saudi-led coalition...
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As crisis looms, Trump, Abe strengthen bond on the links

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Kawagoe, Nov 5 (AP) - With a round of golf, a custom cap and a hamburger of American beef, President Donald Trump's first trip to Asia began with a taste of home.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe welcomed Trump to Japan Sunday with an effusive display of friendship that, in the days ahead, will give way...
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Venezuela opposition leader seeks refuge in Chilean embassy

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Caracas, Nov 5 (AP) - One of Venezuela's most prominent opposition leaders has sought refuge in the Chilean ambassador's residence after being targeted for arrest by the Supreme Court.
Chile's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it had welcomed congressman Freddy Guevara as a guest, in line...
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Grim cost predicted in effort to destroy N Korea’s nukes

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Washington, Nov 5 (AP) - The only way to locate and destroy with complete certainty all components of North Korea's nuclear weapons program is through a ground invasion. That blunt assessment from the Pentagon is in response to a letter from two Democratic congressmen asking about casualty...
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