UN announces 12-hour truce in Libya's Benghazi

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    UN announces 12-hour truce in Libya's Benghazi

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UN announces 12-hour truce in Libya's Benghazi

The United Nations said pro-government forces and Islamist militias fighting for control of Libya's second city Benghazi agreed to a 12-hour humanitarian truce on Wednesday. +

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Oscar Pistorius has been taken from Pretoria High Court to a nearby prison, where he will begin serving a five-year sentence for fatally shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

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Somali-American Gets 30 Years for Christmas Bomb Plot

A Somali-American man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb a Christmas-tree lighting ceremony in the western U.S. state of Oregon nearly four years ago.

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