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Main news of May 26



* Georgia's opposition, which has been demanding the president's resignation for around two months, said it planned to start "radical acts"

* A police officer and suicide bomber died and several people were injured in two separate attacks in Uzbekistan's Andijan province, near the Kyrgyz border, a spokesman for the Prosecutor General's Office said

* Russia's food safety regulator Rosselkhoznadzor is restricting imports from Japan of pork and pork products that have not undergone special heat treatment, the regulator said

* In a statement issued on Tuesday Georgia's opposition called on the international community to help resolve the situation in the country and end the stalemate following around six weeks of protests

* The death toll from Tropical Cyclone Aila that has battered eastern India and Bangladesh has risen to 133, local media reported

* India has dropped Russia from a $1-bln tender to supply six aerial tankers for the Indian Air Force due to poor after-sales maintenance services, the Hindustan Times cited the air force chief as saying

* North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the Pacific on Tuesday, in apparent defiance against international pressure over its recent nuclear test, South Korea's Yonhap agency reported

* According to the World Health Organization's latest update, a total of 12,954 people in 46 countries worldwide have been officially diagnosed with the A/H1N1 swine flue virus, with a total of 92 deaths

* France opened on Tuesday a permanent military base in the Persian Gulf, in a bid to bolster security in the region


* Russia's Techsnabexport and three U.S. companies affiliated with the FuelCo Group signed on Tuesday three long-term low-enriched uranium supply contracts


* Former CSKA trainer Valery Gazzayev has signed a three-year contract to manage the new Ukrainian champions Dynamo Kiev, the club said on its website

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