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NICOSIA — Cyprus’s coast guard rescued 26 people who were in a small boat drifting in choppy seas off the southeast shores of the eastern Mediterranean island Tuesday night, Defense Minister Christoforos Fokaides said Wednesday. (Cyprus-Coast Guard-Refugees)
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BUCHAREST — Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Wednesday announced his resignation over a fire tragedy that has killed 32 people and injured more than 180 others. (Romania-PM-Resignation)
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MADRID — Spanish security forces on Wednesday arrested two men in the town of Cornella de Llobregat on the outskirts of Barcelona under suspicion of forming part of a recruitment and indoctrination network for the Islamic State. (Spain-Arrest-IS)
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DAMASCUS — Syrian army on Wednesday recaptured their only supply road to the northern city of Aleppo, state run SANA news agency reported.

The Syrian forces retook control of the key road connecting Aleppo and towns of Salamiyeh, Aathrayya, and Khanaser after battles with IS militants, who recently attacked Khanser to cut the government forces’ only supply route to Aleppo. (Syria-Fighting-Aleppo)
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COLOMBO — Despite State of Emergency, situation in Maldives remains calm and normal, the foreign ministry of Maldives said on Wednesday.

Through the official account of twitter, the foreign ministry said there are no restrictions on visitors for now. (Maldives-Emergency-Tourism) Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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