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An anti-Prime Minister Shinzo Abe protester attends a rally with a sign in front of Abe's official residence in Tokyo Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. From prime minister to ordinary people, Japanese responded with shock Sunday at a video purportedly showing one of two Japanese hostages of the extremist Islamic State group had been killed. With national attention focusing on efforts to save the other hostage, 47-year-old journalist Kenji Goto, some also criticized Abe's drive for a more assertive Japan as responsible for the hostage crisis. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
Japan special envoy hopeful about release of hostage, pilotJapan's special envoy to Jordan expresses hope about release of hostage and pilot
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FILE - In this Dec. 26, 2014 file photo, a photograph of Fidel Castro hangs under the Spanish word "Welcome" on the wall at a state-run food market in Havana, Cuba. On Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, after more than a month of silence, Castro made his first public comments about the news that the U.S. and his island nation will restore diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of hostility. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa, File)
Fidel Castro writes statement on shift in Cuba-US relationsFidel Castro writes that he backs cooperation between Cuba-US, distrusts Washington
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A television screen in a restaurant shows a nationally televised address by Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, her first public comments since the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Fernandez called on Congress to dissolve Argentina's intelligence services in the wake of the mysterious death of Nisman, strongly denying his accusations that she had sought to shield former Iranian officials suspected in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. (AP Photo/Ivan Fernandez)
Argentine president seeks overhaul of intelligence servicesArgentina's president seeks to dissolve spy agency, rejects dead prosecutor's accusations
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FILE  - This Nov. 13, 2005 file photo  made from television shows Iraqi Sajida al-Rishawi opens her jacket and shows an explosive belt as she confesses on Jordanian state-run television to her failed bid to set off an explosives belt  inside one of the three Amman hotels targeted by al-Qaida. Al-Rishawi, was sentenced to death. In January 2015, almost a decade later, she has emerged as a potential bargaining chip in negotiations over Japanese hostages held by the Islamic State group, the successor of al-Qaida in Iraq, which orchestrated the Jordan attack. (AP Photo/Jordanian TV, File)
Failed Iraqi bomber named in Islamic State hostage crisisIraqi woman involved in al-Qaida's 2005 Jordan attack named in Islamic State hostage crisis
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Complaints challenge orders limiting female guards at GitmoFemale soldiers say orders barring them from escorting Gitmo detainees are unfair to women
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