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Hundreds of anti-Putin protesters detained in Russia (Reuters)

Reuters - Russian riot police detained more than 500 protesters including opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Monday at rallies challenging the legitimacy of Vladimir Putin's victory in the presidential election.

Netanyahu tells Obama: No Israeli decision on Iran attack (Reuters)

Reuters - Benjamin Netanyahu assured President Barack Obama on Monday that Israel has not made any decision on attacking Iran's nuclear sites, sources close to the talks said, but the Israeli prime minister gave no sign of backing away from possible military action.

Ahmadinejad Eclipsed as Iran's Vote Goes to the Ayatullah (Time.com)

Time.com - The controversial president gambled and lost when he challenged the authority of Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei. Having lost ground in parliament, Ahmadinejad now faces a tough fight to survive

Pilati says adieu to Yves Saint Laurent (AP)

AP - Emotions were high Monday as Stefano Pilati bid adieu to Yves Saint Laurent, just a week after the house announced his departure as creative director.

Syrian refugees in Lebanon recount terror (AP)

AP - Syrian refugees fleeing to neighboring Lebanon on Monday said they feared they would be slaughtered in their own homes as government forces hunted down opponents in a brutal offensive against the opposition stronghold of Homs.

Lawyer cites plot against brother of Peru's prez (AP)

AP - The imprisoned brother of Peru's president was transferred from a high-security prison to a military lockup after intelligence reports indicated jailed rebels might be planning to take him hostage, his lawyer said Monday.

NATO: All targets struck in Libya were military (AP)

AP - All targets that NATO hit during the bombing of Libya were legitimate military sites, the alliance said Monday, despite the findings of a U.N. expert panel that said 60 civilians were killed and 55 wounded in the airstrikes it investigated.

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