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A Bangladesh court Monday sentenced 26 people to death after hearing how a politician from the ruling Awami League hired members of the country's elite security unit to assassinate political rivals. At the end of a trial that gripped the nation, a judge found all 35 defendants in the case guilty of involvement in the abduction and murder of seven people in the central city of Narayanganj in April 2014. Convictions of security force members are rare in Bangladesh.
By William Clowes KINSHASA (Reuters) - Armed fighters led by the military commander of former Congolese rebel group M23 have crossed the border into the Democratic Republic of Congo from Uganda, Congolese officials said on Sunday. The rebels had been in camps for demobilised fighters in Uganda following their defeat in 2013. Renewed violence would be a major challenge for President Joseph Kabila, who is trying to fend off mounting opposition over his decision to stay beyond his mandate which expired last month.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said NATO was obsolete because it had not defended against terror attacks, but that the military alliance was still very important to him, The Times of London reported. â€œI took such heat, when I said NATO was obsolete," Trump told the newspaper in an interview. â€œA lot of these countries arenâ€™t paying what theyâ€™re supposed to be paying, which I think is very unfair to the United States," Trump said.
Parliamentarians in Russia gave a mixed reaction on Monday to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's proposal to strike a deal on nuclear arms cuts in exchange for Washington lifting sanctions imposed on Moscow over the Ukraine crisis. Konstantin Kosachev, head of the upper house of parliament's international affairs committee, was cited by the RIA Novosti news agency as saying getting the sanctions annulled was not a goal in itself and not worth making security concessions for. "We consider them (the sanctions) a stupid legacy of the outgoing White House team that need to be consigned to history along with them," said Kosachev.
Virat Kohli said India have the self-belief to win from any situation after they chased down a daunting 351 target against England in his first match since taking over the one-day side captaincy full-time. India appeared to be heading for a heavy defeat in Pune on Sunday night after being reduced to 63 for four before Kohli and the unheralded Kedar Jadhav struck blistering centuries in a 200-run fifth-wicket partnership. The pair's dismissals in quick succession put the outcome into doubt again but before all-rounder Hardik Pandya held his nerve and smacked an unbeaten 40 to take India home with 11 balls to spare.