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Tripoli commander says the CIA and the MI6 were complicit in his capture and torture during Gaddafi's rule.
Bill would outlaw halal and kosher meat, as religious leaders say their communities are frightened for their future.
Gunmen wearing suicide vests engaged in a shootout with Afghan security forces, killing five and injuring another six.
Five killed in blast in the south, while NATO soldier dies in the east and NATO supply convoy is attacked in the north.
At least nine killed in attack on checkpoint on road connecting Khost and Paktia provinces, according to police.
Arab leaders meet annually, but the summits produce little, says As'ad AbuKhalil.
As'ad AbuKhalil
Scheme to spend up to $1bn on fighters' reintegration to be taken up at London summit.
Move comes ahead of conference expected to focus on reconciliation with Afghan Taliban.
Officials hope opium producers whose crops are destroyed will not join the Taliban.
James Bays in Kandahar
A bomber has killed the governor of Afghanistan's eastern Paktia province, along with two other people, police say.
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