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November 11, 2013

UPCOMING IN EUROPE ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013

WORLD COURT-CAMBODIA-THAILAND

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The International Court of Justice rules on a dispute between Cambodia and Thailand over land surrounding a 1,000-year-old temple. By Mike Corder. UPCOMING: 130 words following ruling. (Hearing scheduled to start at 0900 GMT); 500 words by 1300 GMT. Photos.

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EUROPE-US TRADE

BRUSSELS— U.S. and European negotiating teams resume talks Monday on what could become the biggest trade agreement in history: the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). It’s supposed to free up cross-Atlantic commerce in everything from cosmetics and automobiles to services, with one Washington think tank predicting as many as 750,000 new U.S. jobs as a result. The bargaining sessions will take place against the backdrop of European pique over American electronic espionage, but negotiators for both sides say the talks shouldn’t be affected: the economic stakes are just too big. UPCOMING. 130 words by 1000 G, 300 by 1300. Dahlburg

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SPACE LANDING

MOSCOW — A Russian space capsule carrying the Sochi Olympic torch and three astronauts returned to Earth on Monday from the International Space Station in a flawless landing on the steppes of Kazakhstan. The Soyuz capsule landed at 8:49 local time (0249 GMT), about three and a half hours after undocking from the station with Russian Fyodor Yurchikhin, American Karen Nyberg and Luca Parmitano of Italy aboard. By Jim Heintz. 260 words moved. AP Photos.

FALLING SATELLITE

BERLIN — The European Space Agency says one of its research satellites that had run out of fuel caused no known damage after re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere. ESA said the satellite re-entered the atmosphere at about 0000 GMT Monday on a descending orbit pass that extended across Siberia, the western Pacific Ocean, the eastern Indian Ocean and Antarctica. 130 words moved. AP Photos.

FRANCE-WWI ANNIVERSARY

PARIS — France’s annual Armistice Day commemorations Monday take on a special character as the country sets out extensive plans to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I next year.

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CLIMATE TALKS

WARSAW, Poland — A U.N. climate conference expected to bring participants closer to a new global climate pact in 2015 opens in Poland, a coal-mining nation often regarded as a roadblock to climate policy in Europe. By Monika Scislowska. 130 words by 1000 GMT; 600 words by 1300 GMT. (Text, photo, video.)

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RUSSIA-AIRPORT ATTACK

MOSCOW — A Russian court jails three Muslim men for life over their role in the bombing of a Moscow airport in 2011 that killed 37 people. 130 words moved.

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