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  • Ruling Party Wins Big in Algerian Elections VOA 11 May 2012 -- Algeria on Friday declared its ruling party the winner of a parliamentary election.
  • IR of Iran is well-informed about West's plots, says Ahmadinejad IRNA 11 May 2012 -- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked the West to abandon dictatorship, adding that IR of Iran is well informed about western plots against Tehran.
  • Soltaniyeh: Iran to continue uranium enrichment IRNA 11 May 2012 -- The Preparatory Session of nuclear NPT Revision Committee ended activities here Friday after a fortnight with its manor news being Iran's message of incessant pursuance of its peaceful nuclear activities, including continuing uranium enrichment.
  • DPRK Foreign Minister Slams UN's Application of Double Standards KCNA 11 May 2012 -- Now the UN has been abused for justifying the high-handed practices and application of double standards by a tiny handful of its member states instead of speaking for the general will of all countries, said DPRK Foreign Minister Pak Ui Chun who is head of its delegation at the ministerial meeting of non-aligned countries in Egypt Wednesday.
  • DPRK Experiences High-temperature Weather KCNA 11 May 2012 -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has been experiencing exceptionally high temperature weather.
  • Rodong Sinmun Calls for Attaining This Year's Goal of Grain Production KCNA 11 May 2012 -- Rodong Sinmun Friday editorially calls upon the whole party and country and all the people to turn out as one to attain without fail the goal of grain production set by the Workers' Party of Korea and translate into reality the last instructions of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il who walked along lanes across fields all their lives.
  • Despite concerns, Iraq making progress on path to stability – UN envoy UN News Centre 11 May 2012 -- Despite some predictions in the wake of the United States troop withdrawal from Iraq, the Middle Eastern country is making progress on its path to stability, according to the United Nations envoy there.
  • Guinea Opposition Calls for More Protests VOA 11 May 2012 -- Guinea's opposition called on its supporters to not go out or do business Friday in an effort to shut down the capital, Conakry. The opposition said it will hold daily protests against alleged fraud in the organization of much-delayed legislative elections until the government consents to dialogue. The movement kicked off Thursday with a march through the capital that descended into riots and clashes with security forces that injured at least 30 people.
  • Double Agent in U.S. Plane Bomb Plot 'British National' RIA Novosti 11 May 2012 -- The spy who helped thwart a plot to bomb a U.S.-bound plane was a British national of Middle Eastern origin, U.S. media reported, quoting unidentified sources.
  • Russian Arms Dealer Bout Faces 'Supermax' Prison RIA Novosti 11 May 2012 -- The U.S. penitentiary authority has ordered transferring convicted Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout from his Brooklyn jail to a super maximum security prison in Colorado, defense lawyer Andrei Garkusha told RIA Novosti on Friday.
  • American Family Believes Missing Son Held in North Korea VOA 11 May 2012 -- The parents of an American college student, who went missing in China nearly eight years ago, are now certain he is being held in North Korea. But authorities in Washington and Beijing say there is no evidence about the fate of David Sneddon.
  • Superjet 100 Crash Probe May Take More than One Year RIA Novosti 11 May 2012 -- It may take experts up to 15 months to investigate the crash of a Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in Indonesia, a representative of the Indonesian transport security committee said on Friday.



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