Malala's attackers arrested, says army; Get more international news updates for September 12

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11.35 pm: Iraq's speaker warns of civilian deaths from U.S. air strikes.

10.20 pm: Oscar Pistorius verdict 'not right:' Reeva Steenkamp parents.

9.30 pm: Pope Francis may declare Sri Lanka's first saint.

8.15 pm: No decision yet on priest's extradition to US, court said.

7.40 pm: US steps up sanctions on Russia over Ukraine.

7.05 pm: Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists swap prisoners of war.

6.25 pm: Honolulu wants to move homeless people away from tourist destinations.

5.45 pm: Pakistan teenage activist Malala's attackers arrested, says army

5.30 pm:
Nepal Maoists burn copies of power accord with India

5.00 pm: John Kerry seeks more Turkish contribution to fight IS

4.27 pm:
Ukraine leader feels there is no military solution of crisis, wants reforms

3:30 pm: India contributes US$ 500,000 financial assistance to augment WHO efforts to prevent spread of Ebola Virus Disease

3:00 pm: US Secretary of State John Kerry reaches Ankara seeking support for coalition against Islamic State.

2:30 pm: US fines HP $108 mn for bribery in Russia, Poland, Mexico

2.00 am: Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide: Court [Read]

1:33 pm: Oscar Pistorious final verdict begins

11:53 am: New EU sanctions against Russia enter into force

11:00 am: Pope Francis names US Jesuit to probe sex abuse

10:45 am: 10 Arab states agree on joining forces against IS

10:30 am: NASA's human spacecraft set for December flight

10:00 am: Francois Hollande reaches Iraq to support the new government 

9:19 am: NATO: 1,000 Russian troops in Ukraine

8:30 am: Ebola going out of control: WHO  [Read]

8:15 am: Judge: Pistorius was negligent, but Steenkamp's killing was not a murder

8:00 am: China may quietly support U.S. on ISIS

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