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    A roundup of what has happened in the past 24 hours


    *All the bodies of 61 victims of the Cuban plane crash have been found and sent for identification, ACN Cuban news agency said

    *Possible deployment of the elements of NATO missile defense shield in Turkey is targeted against Iran and may pose a threat to Russia's security, Russian experts said

    *The number of cholera cases in Haiti spikes to 7,000, Russia's chief sanitary doctor said

    *Two Ukrainian sailors sentenced to nine-year imprisonment in Venezuela for the shipment of 125 kilograms of cocaine will be extradited in the nearest future, the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service said

    *The foreign ministers of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia discussed the Nagorny Karabakh settlement in Moscow on Saturday, Russian Foreign Ministry said

    *Saudi Arabia and Ukraine have signed an agreement to cooperate in peaceful space exploration, the website of the Space Agency of Ukraine said

    *Experts working at the site of a Cuban plane crash have recovered flight recorders and nine bodies of crash victims

    *About 50 people, including several children, have been injured as a result of a fire that broke out in a children's hospital in Rome

    *At least 69 were killed as a volcano in Indonesia's Central Java re-erupted on Friday, bringing the death toll from the disaster to 107

    *Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has claimed responsibility for an international mail bomb plot uncovered last week and the crash of a UPS cargo plane in Dubai in September



    *A body of one of the 17 miners missing after May's deadly accident at a southwestern Siberian Raspadskaya coalmine, which killed at least 75 miners, was found, a spokesman for regional administration said

    *A group of Journalists and bloggers are holding rally near the Moscow police headquarters demanding the thorough investigation into the attack on Kommersant journalist

    *Human rights activists lauded Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's veto on amendments to the federal law on rallies and meetings

    *Russia's Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika has got the criminal case into the attack on Russian daily Kommersant's political correspondent Oleg Kashin under his control, spokeswoman for the Prosecution General's office said

    *Two Russian mothers - Valentina Putkonen and Rimma Salonen who live in Finland will ask Russia for political asylum for their children, the women's lawyer Johan Bekman told Ekho Moskvy FM station

    *Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has put veto on amendments to the federal law on protests and rallies, the Kremlin said

    *Saturday's attack on Russian daily Kommersant's political correspondent Oleg Kashin was probably linked to his work

    *A Kommersant daily's political correspondent was attacked and severely beaten by unknown people near his house early on Saturday


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