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15 people killed in bomb attacks in Somalia

MOGADISHU — Somali militants attacked a restaurant near Mogadishu’s seat of government for the second time in less than a year Saturday, detonating two large blasts that killed at least 15 people and wounded nearly two dozen, police said. Officials said the attacks included a car bombing and a suicide bomber who entered the restaurant. The suicide bomber posed as a first responder, the African Union military force in Somalia said. (AP)

IRAQ

Iranians in camp set to be relocated

BAGHDAD — Iraqi authorities plan to relocate the remaining residents of a camp with dozens of Iranian exiles where 52 people were killed last week, the United Nations mission to the country said. The Shi’ite-led Iraqi government long has wanted to remove the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq dissident group from Camp Ashraf, 60 miles northeast of the Iraqi capital, but the exiles have been reluctant to go. (AP)

ENGLAND

Two suspects held in palace break-in

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LONDON — Police said Saturday that two men were arrested after a suspected break-in at Buckingham Palace. London’s Metropolitan Police said the incident occurred Monday night after one of the men scaled a fence outside the residence. Police did not say where the unidentified man was found. (AP)

CAMBODIA

20,000 demand election inquiry

PHNOM PENH — Nearly 20,000 opposition supporters gathered Saturday in Cambodia’s capital to cheer their leaders’ demands for an investigation into alleged election irregularities, just a day before the victory of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ruling party is to be ratified. (AP)

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