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- FBI 'double standard' in election campaign, says Podesta
- Judge allows Oregon resident to be genderless
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This image taken from a video shows the arrest of one of three Kosovans in the city of Venice, Italy, after one was caught on a phone intercept proposing they bomb the Rialto bridge while others lauded the recent attack in London
Arrests in Venice after police intercept talk of Rialto bridge bombing
Asia Middle East
- Thermal plants must meet emission norms: Environment ministr
- Brics joins the reigning world order
- Smith v Kohli: Five facts from India’s defeat of Australia
- Taboola Expands in Asia-Pacific
- National creche policy to bring day care closer to home
- US wants China to take action to stop North Korea nuke tests
Cyclone Debbie: Saturated cockatoo in photo dies
Cyclone Debbie: Saturated cockatoo in photo dies
- Israel approves first new West Bank settlement in 20 years
- Iranian man sentenced to death for 'insulting Islam' through
- South Sudan: Conflict now eroding food security in ‘stable’
- Syria gone from TV screens despite ‘some of the worst’ viole
- Oil advances as Kuwait sees consensus for extended output cu
- Amid US uncertainty over Afghanistan, Russia resurrects inte
A protester holds a Palestinian flag as smoke rises from burning tires during clashes with Israeli security forces during a protest against a planned new Jewish settlement near al-Mughayyir village near the West Bank city of Ramallah, Friday, March 24, 2017.
Land Day 2017: Israel's relentless land grab continues
South America Africa
- Case study: Brazil’s free education
- Paraguay economy to grow more than 4.2 percent in 2017 -mini
- A sojourner cheats winter in the warmth of Argentina and Uru
- Argentina's Macri faces rising complaints over import polici
- Brazil conglomerate Odebrecht mulls IPO after overhaul
- Workers to end strike at Peru's top copper mine Cerro Verde
In this June, 21, 2016, Brazil's suspended Lower House President Eduardo Cunha speaks during a press conference in Brasilia, Brazil.
Ex-Brazil lawmaker who led impeachment guilty of corruption
- Cobain 'shooter' homes in on Senegal
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- Gordhan’s vision will be celebrated
- A solid list of candidates line up for a ConCourt vacancy
- Zuma’s JSC choices have so far defied doubts
Green fields, banana trees, and mountains under blue skies and clouds.
Food trade drains global water sources at 'alarming' rates
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- Nazi memorabilia, World War II tank for sale at massive Cowr
- National Photographic Portrait Prize finalists share the sto
- Ex-cyclone Debbie: Deaths feared in Lismore as 80,000 lose p
- Australians bring out jet skiis in Cyclone Debbie floods
- Australia's dirtiest coal plant closes, energy crisis deepen
- Canberra parenting classes for pre-teens and tweenagers
Bangladesh's Nobel Laureate economist Muhammad Yunus giving an address during Bicentenary celebrations at the Presidency in Kolkata, India, Jan10, 2017.
'We are all entrepreneurs': Muhammad Yunus on changing the world, one microloan at a time
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- Zak Ove: tackling slavery through Caribbean sculpture
- Orchestra Baobab: Tribute to Ndiouga Dieng review – classy r
- US hits 'Beatles' cell member, 6 more with terror sanctions
- Sunderland striker Duncan Watmore saved three people's lives
- China vows to advance military ties with Cuba
Nestle Fresh milk cartons on a market shelf
REFILE-Nestle close to signing off on $50 mln-$60 mln factory in Cuba
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