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KIEV - The conflict in eastern Ukraine has left 4,035 people dead in more than six months of fighting, with 300 people killed in the past 10 days alone, according to figures released on Friday by the United Nations.
US voters in 14 states are navigating new laws that critics say make it harder for lower-income and minority voters, who typically back Democrats, to cast ballots in the midterm elections.
UNITED NATIONS - UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Friday appointed a blue-ribbon panel to recommend changes to international peacekeeping in the face of increasingly complex and dangerous conflicts.
On November 23, loved ones and supporters of the victims are expected to arrive at the site to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the massacre.
In a press release, the AFP said soldiers of the 35th Infantry Battalion were scouring a forested area in Bungkaong village when they spotted five to 10 armed bandits at around 7:20 a.m.
While children in many neighborhoods took part in trick-or-treating on the eve of All Saints' Day, those in some parishes participated in an alternative activity: the "march of saints."