Beijing demands the safety and release of 14 Chinese activists arrested by Japan after landing on disputed island.
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Satellite pictures of the disputed border area recently occupied by South Sudan suggest key oil facilities have been badly damaged.
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Goal-line technology could be introduced in soccer by the end of the year after two systems were approved Saturday for a final round of testing ahead of a vote in July.
Soccer’s rule-making body chose Hawk-Eye and GoalRef among the eight systems considered to provide fast and accurate decisions on disputed goals.
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Rival sides refuse African Union proposal, as nation awaits vote to decide incumbent’s quest for disputed third term.
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A Montreal telemarketing firm charged with defrauding small businesses has posted voice recordings online it says show the disputed transactions are legitimate — but the customers involved say the recordings are fakes.
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Live-fire drills conducted near disputed Yellow Sea border despite threats of retaliation from Pyongyang.
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Move follows EU decision to stop importing crude from Iran from July 1 over its disputed nuclear programme.
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Khartoum and Juba sign memorandum of understanding regarding disputed border, as talks continue over oil pipeline fees.
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