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Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant

Julian AssangeA Swedish lower court upheld on Wednesday the arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, saying the stay at Ecuador's London embassy did not equal detention.

Assange, 44, is wanted by Swedish authorities for questioning over allegations, which he denies, that he committed rape in 2010.

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Obama gets rock star treatment as he warns against climate change in Vietman

Obama in VietnamPresident Obama urged Vietnam's young leaders to "do something about" climate change, as he concluded his historic three-day trip to the Southeast Asian country Wednesday.

The U.S. leader was greeted like a rock star as he spoke at his final event of the visit, a town-hall-style meeting, which saw hundreds packed into the venue.

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Investigators play down explosion theory in EgyptAir crash

Explosion theory dismissed in EgyptAir crasPart of a plane chair among recovered debris of the EgyptAir jet that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea is seen in this handout image released May 21, 2016 by Egypt's military. Egyptian Military/Handout via Reuters

The head of Egypt's forensics authority dismissed a suggestion on Tuesday that the small size of the body parts retrieved since an EgyptAir plane crashed last week indicated there was an explosion on board.

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Two more found dead on Everest, bringing total to six

Mt. EverestThe last four days near the world's tallest peak have been extraordinarily deadly, as perhaps six climbers have now reportedly succumbed on the perilous mountain -- with two more found Monday.

The first of the six, Phurba Sherpa, a 25-year-old Nepalese guide, died on Mount Everest Thursday after a fall. In the days following, a Dutch climber, an Australian woman and an Indian man also died.

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U.S. To Completely Lift Vietnam Arms Embargo

US to lift arms embargo on VietnamHuman Rights Watch reacted with dismay to Washington’s decision to toss away a critical lever it might have had to spur political reform in the Communist party-ruled state.

Phil Robertson, the watchdog’s Asia director, said in a statement that even as Obama was lifting the arms embargo Vietnamese authorities were arresting a journalist, human rights activists and bloggers on the street and in their houses.

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Four climbers dead on Everest in four days

Everest cliimberSince last Thursday four people have died on the 29,035-foot peak, including a Sherpa. Rescue efforts are ongoing for two other missing climbers.

"Everest is a mountain of extremes," said Jon Kedrowski, a geographer and climber who summited Mount Everest in 2012, when 10 climbers died. "At altitude, the body deteriorates on a certain level.

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18 girls die in Thailand school dormitory fire

Tahiland girls dorm fire kills 18A fire in an elementary school dormitory killed 18 girls in northern Thailand, officials said Monday.

They were among 38 children, all girls between 5 and 12, who were asleep at the private Pitakiatwittaya School Christian elementary school in Thailand's Chiang Rai Province, when the fire broke out late Sunday. The cause of the fire in the two-story wooden dormitory has not been determined.

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