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- Iran will defeat Donald Trump just like it did Saddam Hussei
- Cannabition: World's first interactive marijuana museum open
- 'Privatizing the coast': are wealthy Californians seizing pu
- California couple deny mass drug rape allegations
- WTO head offers to mediate between China and US over trade w
- Donald Trump has 'insecurity of a teenage girl': John Kerry
File - Ariana Grande performs "Be Alright" during the "March for Our Lives" rally in support of gun control, Saturday, March 24, 2018, in Washington.
Mac Miller death: Ariana Grande pays tribute to ex-boyfriend
- Rafale deal: French govt says not involved in choice of Indi
- In pictures: Beer flows as Germany's Oktoberfest opens in Mu
- Former French president fuels Rafale fighter jet controversy
- EU ratchets up pressure on Swiss to clinch new treaty
- Women's World Cup gets underway in Spain
- PM Modi must clear his stand: Rahul after Hollande's claims
British spies hacked into Belgacom on ministers' orders, claims report
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- Vatican announces deal with China on bishop appointments
- Vatican announces historic China accord to appoint bishops
- Elite fields for Airtel Delhi Half Marathon announced
- Andy Murray to end comeback season early after competing in
- Imran Khan disappointed by India's 'arrogant' response
- Cooking with wood, coal ups respiratory illness risk
Indian paramilitary troops  stand guard near closed shops during a strike in Srinagar October 27, 2009. Shops and businesses closed on Tuesday in Indian Kashmir's main city in response to a strike called by separatists, a day before a planned visit by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.The strike, called by hardline separatist leader Syed AliShah Geelani, marks the 62nd anniversary of New Delhi's rule over the troubled region.
Indian troops launch massive operation in IHK's Pulwama district
- Dozens dead, scores more injured in Iran military parade att
- 24 killed after gunmen open fire on Iran military parade
- DeAndre Jordan joins Mavs, treats touchy history with humor
- Iran's Armed Forces hold massive parades
- Gunmen kill dozens in attack on military parade in Iran
- UAE leaders congratulate Saudi King Salman on 88th National
File - The Moroccan Western Sahara Wall is an approximately 2,700 km (1,700 mi) long structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara and the southwestern portion of Morocco.
Build a wall across the Sahara? That's crazy – but someone still did it
South America Africa
- Squash in Colombia is here to stay: President Serna
- Colombia is not just drug cartels: Squash president Pablo Se
- Peruvian migrant worker leaves family for summer ranch work
- BMC sets the stage for 24 open spaces for arts
- Brazil court orders Twitter to hand over user data related t
- Richarlison: ‘Neymar is an idol of mine ... I’ve imitated hi
File - Julian Assange with Ricardo Patino, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador, look out the window of the Ecuadorian Embassy, London,16 June, 2013.
Revealed: Russia’s secret plan to help Julian Assange escape from UK
- Another survivor found as death toll of capsized ferry rises
- Lake Victoria Tanzania ferry disaster: Survivor found
- Survivor pulled from capsized Tanzanian ferry as death toll
- Harrison Fitch, 75, first African-American lawyer hired by l
- Cholera outbreak in Nigeria claims nearly 100 lives
- Tanzania ferry accident: search for survivors continues as d
Abu simbel temples
Archaeological rescue operation remembered 50 years on
Australia Caribbean
- Baby meerkat stolen from Perth Zoo returns home
- Maitlan Brown edges closer to Australian call-up
- Tributes flow for Canberra fishing icon Bryan Pratt after hi
- ‘People talked about me ripping off Australian rugby’: Pococ
- A DJ he ain't: Sam Perry to flex vocal skills on national to
- 'We could finish last': Andrew Bogut issues warning to Sydne
In this Jan. 17, 2018, photo, Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, 68, gestures as he is escorted by prison guards at the Cambodian Supreme Court in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Cambodia's pardon of Australian filmmaker ends 'nightmare', says family
- Rihanna 'proud' to accept new Barbados ambassador role
- Rihanna named official ambassador of Barbados
- Rihanna named ambassador extraordinary for Barbados
- NHC says 60 percent chance of cyclone off Windward Islands
- NBA Commissioner Adam Silver defends decision not to suspend
- Rihanna appointed as ambassador by Barbados
Cuba's new president Miguel Diaz-Canel applauds, after being elected as the island nation's new president, at the National Assembly in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, April 19, 2018.
Cuba's president meets U.S. Senator Corker amid tense bilateral relations
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