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    * President Dmitry Medvedev urged Russian prosecutors on Monday to discuss with their foreign colleagues the likelihood of creating an international court to try pirates

    * The crew of a Russian Ka-27 Helix helicopter survived a crash into the Baltic Sea during sea trials on Monday, the Baltic Fleet commander said

    * Russia's Admiral Panteleyev destroyer is escorting its first convoy of merchant vessels through the Gulf of Aden, the Russian Pacific Fleet said

    WORLD

    * Two people more people were detained on Monday in connection with the killing of 12 people at the State Oil Academy in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku

    * The number of officially confirmed A/H1N1 virus (swine flu) cases worldwide has exceeded 1,000, Margaret Chan, the head of the World Health Organization, said

    * A total of 12 people have been killed in a roadside mine explosion in the southeastern Afghan province of Zabul, a local administration head said

    * A rally of Serbs protesting for a second week in Kosovska-Mitrovica against the return of Albanians to Serb areas has been dispersed with tear gas, the chief spokesman for EULEX said

    * At least 28 people died when a bus carrying pilgrims crashed into a building in western Iran, the state TV channel said

    * Galina Rusanova, a Britain-based Russian artist, faces charges in the United States after allegedly attacking crewmembers when drunk on a flight from Los Angeles, British media reported

    * The Mexican government has said the swine flu outbreak has peaked in the country and is now in decline, with a confirmed human death toll of 22

    * The Georgian opposition continued its peaceful protests against the president on Monday and said it intended to set up new wooden jail cells with volunteers inside near Tbilisi's City Hall

    * At least 25 people died and several others were injured early on Monday when a bus fell into the Chenab river in India's northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, local media reported

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