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Nightclub Fire Victims Mourned As Toll Rises

A friend of one of the victims, Timur Prokofiev, cries during his funeralRussians are carrying out the grim task of identifying victims of a nightclub fire as the death toll rises to 112. People gathered at the central morgue in the city of Perm on a bitterly cold day to confirm who was killed in Friday night's blaze. Others have been laying flowers and lighting candles outside the Lame Horse club where the tragedy happened.

Riot Chaos Over Boy Killed By Greek Cops

Rioting has erupted at a march to commemorate the killing of a 15-year-oldRioting has erupted at a march to commemorate the killing of a 15-year-old boy who was shot by Greek police in 2008. Officers fired tear gas at scores of hooded young people in central Athens, as several thousand demonstrators marked the death of Alexandros Grigoropoulos. Angry groups smashed bank windows, overturned rubbish bins

Karzai: U.S. must have patience

Karzai: U.S. must have patience if Afghanistan not readyOn CNN on Sunday, Afghan President Hamid Karzai talks about the U.S. war strategy in his country. Join Christiane Amanpour for this exclusive interview Sunday. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday the United States and its allies must have patience if his country is not ready to assume control of its own security by July 2011, when U.S. troops would begin leaving under President Obama's plan. Karzai spoke to CNN's "Amanpour" program, in what was believed to be his first Western television interview since Obama's announcement last week that he will deploy an additional 30,000 U.S. troops to Afghanistan. Obama also said the U.S. forces would begin withdrawing from Afghanistan in July 2011.

The date was not "an exit announcement," but instead a goal for Afghan forces to be able to start assuming security control from U.S.-led allied forces, Karzai said in the interview. "We will try our best as the Afghan people to do it the soonest possible," Karzai said. "But the international community must have also the patience with us and the realization of the realities in Afghanistan. If it takes longer, then they must be with us."

Karzai also offered his own timeline goal, saying Afghanistan wants to be able to assume security control in some parts of the country in two years, and to lead security for the entire country by the end of his five-year term, which just started after his recent re-election. "We as Afghans will try our very best to reach that goal, and we hope our allies will back us to reach that goal," Karzai said.

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