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Factbox: Where are the world's stateless people?

THE HAGUE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An estimated 10 to 15 million people are not recognized as nationals by any country, often depriving them of basic rights most of the world takes for granted such as education, healthcare, housing and jobs.

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U.S. to consider sanctions in case of more Sudan violence

A top U.S. State Department official who deals with Sudan said on Tuesday that Washington was considering all options, including possible sanctions, if there was more violence after a deadly assault on protesters in Khartoum early this month.

A mourner stands in front of the coffin of Army Chief of Staff Seare...

Ethiopia pays tribute to slain military chief

Ethiopia held a memorial on Tuesday for the army chief of staff slain with four other senior officials in weekend attacks that posed the biggest threat yet to the prime minister's reforms.