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A suspected parcel bomb packed with shrapnel exploded on Friday, injuring 13 people.
It appeared on the foreign ministry website, showing its neighbour incorporated within its borders.
They were sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2018, but officials say they are no longer detained.
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz's previous allies say they will now back a move to have him sacked.
At least one person is dead after a powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake hit the Amazon rainforest in north-central Peru.
The Disney live-action remake enjoys a big opening weekend despite mixed reviews.
Courtney Herron died in a "particularly horrendous attack" in a Melbourne park, police say.
Japan's PM wants "frank talks" with North Korea on issues such as the abduction of its citizens.
The two-and-a-half-year-old boy from Guatemala died after he was held in US custody at the border.
The vessel is reported to have been carrying more than 400 passengers on Lake Mai-Ndombe.
Officials say the violence has been contained and the cause of the struggle is being investigated.
Fiat said the proposed tie-up would create a "world leader" in the rapidly changing auto sector.
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