Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko has called on a huge crowd of supporters to march to parliament, where an emergency session on Sunday's disputed presidential election is expected to take place today.Nearly 100.000 people gathered in Kiev for a second straight day to protest what they call widespread fraud in the run-off election.
Three United Nations workers abducted in Aghanistan nearly a month ago are now free. Afghan Interior Minister Ali Ahmad Jalali told reporters in Kabul that the hostages were found in the capital early today, apparently abandoned by their abductors.
U.S. diplomats have met with two of Vietnam's most prominent religious dissidents, representatives of the banned Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam.The U.S. Embassy has confirmed reports by the Church's Paris-based information branch that a delegation from the State Department met Sunday with the church's deputy leader, Thich Quang Do.
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