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Ships from Italy and France rescued more than 1,400 migrants on Saturday after smugglers’ boats ran into trouble in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya.

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Britain’s newest princess was introduced to the world on Saturday, as she left the hospital with her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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In the first official engagement by a U.S. Secretary of State in more than forty years, John Kerry visited Sri Lanka on Saturday, seeking to revive U.S. ties with the tiny South Asian island nation after years of chilled relations.

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Authorities in the Maldives arrested three opposition leaders and nearly 200 other people after clashes between police and protesters.

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Prolific crime and mystery writer Ruth Rendell, perhaps best known for her Chief Inspector Wexford novels, died Saturday at age 85.

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North Korea said it has arrested a U.S.-based South Korean college student for allegedly trying to enter the country illegally.

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Hong Kong’s chief executive will be in the U.S. next week as his staff fights to save an election-reform plan that was the subject of last year’s Occupy protests.

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Many Nepalis who have had to leave for abroad to make a living are back home to help deal with the earthquake’s devastation.

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Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon backs Labour leader Ed Miliband for prime minister, but could end up helping David Cameron back into office in Thursday’s U.K. election.

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Former alleged militants struggle to adopt in their new country and demand more American help, as U.S. concerns rise over the risk they pose