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CAIRO - When French Egyptologist Olivier Perdu saw a fragment of a pharaonic statue on display in a Brussels gallery last year, he assumed it was a twin of an ancient masterpiece he had examined in Egypt a quarter of a century earlier.

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Prelate exonerates John Paul of turning blind eye to abuse case 22 Apr 2014

VATICAN CITY - The Catholic prelate who led the campaign to make the late Pope John Paul a saint exonerated the pontiff on Tuesday against accusations he turned a blind eye to one of the Church's biggest sexual abuse scandals.

World Chefs: Cathal Armstrong returns to Irish roots in first cookbook 22 Apr 2014

NEW YORK - Dublin-born Cathal Armstrong dug deep into his Gaelic roots for inspiration for his first book "My Irish Table," which includes recipes and stories about his journey as a chef.

Proposal to make gay marriage legal in Ohio may be put to vote 22 Apr 2014

CLEVELAND - Gay rights supporters in Ohio were given the go-ahead on Tuesday to begin gathering signatures to put a proposed state constitutional amendment to make same-sex marriage legal before voters as soon as November.


Iran president under fire over wife's 'lavish' party 22 Apr 2014

DUBAI - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, already under pressure from conservatives for his tentative opening to the West, was criticized on Tuesday for what his opponents called a "lavish ball" thrown by the first lady.

Rhino horns worth $5.2 million stolen in South Africa 22 Apr 2014

JOHANNESBURG - Rhino horn stock piles worth over $5.2 million have been stolen from a South African game park office, the raided tourist agency said on Tuesday, in the first known theft of its kind.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un presides over the first meeting of the airpersons of the Korean People's Army.

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