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At least seven people were killed and more than 50 wounded in clashes between Libyan rebels and supporters of Moamer Gaddafi at the small coastal village of Bin Jawad in eastern Libya, hospital officials said on Monday.
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The Balkan countries are an important route for smuggling narcotics arriving from the East through illegal channels to customers in Western Europe and this has become a huge business which involves interconnected local and international crime groups.
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Prime Minister Andrus Ansip's two-party coalition on Sunday won a new majority in the Estonia’s parliament, results from the national electoral commission showed.