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|Two Bahraini policemen killed in bombing: Interior Ministry|
DUBAI (Reuters) - A bomb attack killed two Bahraini policemen on duty in the mainly Shi'ite village of Sitra, south of the capital Manama, the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday, days after the government said it had disrupted an arms smuggling plot linked to Iran.
|Obama heads to African Union at end of tour to build ties|
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Barack Obama toured a U.S.-supported food factory in Ethiopia on Tuesday on the last leg of an Africa trip, before winding up his visit at the African Union where he will become the first U.S. president to address the 54-nation body.
|Turkey seeks NATO endorsement in Islamic State fight|
BRUSSELS/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance.
|Cavorting, snorting British peer quits House of Lords|
LONDON (Reuters) - A senior British peer said on Tuesday he was leaving the House of Lords, Britain's unelected upper parliamentary chamber, after a newspaper published a video which it said showed him using cocaine and cavorting with prostitutes.
|Big rebel attack in Syria targets area vital to Assad|
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Insurgents have launched a big offensive on government-held areas in northwestern Syria in a bid to advance toward a coastal region vital to President Bashar al-Assad's control of western Syria, a monitoring group and activists said on Tuesday.