ATHENS -- Greek ruling conservative New Democracy (ND) party led in Sunday's general elections with 41.1 percent of the votes, the first official results announced by the Interior Ministry showed.
Meanwhile, the main opposition party, the SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance, won 20 percent of the votes, it added. (Greece-Elections)
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PHNOM PENH -- Cambodia's anti-drug police have arrested three local women for allegedly trafficking illicit drugs, seizing a total of 150 kg narcotics, an official said on Sunday.
The trio were apprehended on Saturday during a raid in the capital Phnom Penh and its adjacent Kandal province. (Cambodia-Illicit Drugs)
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WASHINGTON -- Three people were killed following a shooting at a bar in Kansas City in the U.S. state of Missouri early Sunday, local media reported, citing police sources.
Two of the victims were killed at the scene, and a third victim died later at a hospital, said Kansas City police.
According to the police, two other injured people have been taken to the hospital. (US-Shooting)
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SAN SALVADOR -- At least nine people were killed and several others injured in a stampede at the Cuscatlan Stadium here in the Salvadoran capital on Saturday, said the National Civil Police of the Central American country.
The incident occurred when the Salvadoran league's quarter-final game was being played between the popular teams of Alianza and FAS. (El Salvador-Stampede)