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British Prime Minister David Cameron is heckled by the Labour front bench during a parliamentary debate on last weeks European Union summit, in London on Monday. REUTERS

Suu Kyi's Myanmar opposition wins legal recognition

Myanmar: Myanmar authorities have allowed Aung San Suu Kyi's opposition to legally re-register, state media reported Tuesday, clearing the way for the democracy champion's party to rejoin mainstream politics. The move, which is expected to see the Nobel laureate stand for a seat in parliament in by-elections early next year,


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EU veto in national interest - David Cameron

'I went to Brussels to do just that':

UK: British Prime Minister David Cameron told lawmakers on Monday that his decision to veto a new EU treaty was in the national interest, while insisting that membership of the bloc remained vital. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg of the pro-Europe Liberal Democrats was notably absent from Cameron's side in parliament,

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Spy drone loss deals blow to US security

Being the country's most prized intelligence platform:

Iran: A US public policy think tank says the RQ-170 is one of Washington's “most prized intelligence platforms,” adding that Iran's downing of the reconnaissance drone has dealt a “major blow to US security.”

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