Trio nabbed with $4.4 million worth of opium
Trio nabbed with $4.4 million worth of opium

Raw opium being harvested at a poppy field in the Zhari district of southern Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Photo / AP Bail has been s...

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How dust from the Sahara fuels poisonous bacteria blooms in the Caribbean
How dust from the Sahara fuels poisonous bacteria blooms in the Caribbean

A Nasa satellite picture from February 2015 showing dust making the transatlantic journey from the Sahara Desert. Leave your car parked...

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Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff calls impeachment against her a coup
Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff calls impeachment against her a coup

Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff makes a statement at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia on May 12, 2016. (AFP photo) Suspen...

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Critics attack plan to lift safeguards for grizzlies at Yellowstone
Critics attack plan to lift safeguards for grizzlies at Yellowstone

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed that grizzlies in the Yellowstone area be removed from the list of threatened species. Phot...

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Middle class shrinking in major US cities: Study
Middle class shrinking in major US cities: Study

A homeless man pushes his cart of belongings along a street in Los Angeles, California on February 9, 2016. (AFP photo) A widening US we...

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US missile system in Romania poses threat to Russia: Kremlin
US missile system in Romania poses threat to Russia: Kremlin

A view shows the command center for the newly opened ballistic missile defense site at Deveselu air base, Romania, May 12, 2016. ©Reuters ...

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Raccoon cuts power to 39,000 in Washington after breaking into substation
Raccoon cuts power to 39,000 in Washington after breaking into substation

A raccoon. A raccoon's night-time caper led to nearly 39,000 electricity customers in 12 suburbs losing power after it entered a Se...

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Turkey warns of collapse of EU deal on refugees
Turkey warns of collapse of EU deal on refugees

President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz (R) and Turkey's Minister of EU Affairs Volkan Bozkir give a joint press conference...

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Attack from Irish Republicans 'strong possibility' as terror threat raised
Attack from Irish Republicans 'strong possibility' as terror threat raised

British Home Secretary Theresa May says the risk from Northern Irish terrorism has been increased from "moderate" to "s...

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Syrian military forces fighting Daesh terrorists near Palmyra
Syrian military forces fighting Daesh terrorists near Palmyra

Members of the Syrian army patrol the ancient city of Palmyra, May 6, 2016. (Photo by AFP) Syrian military forces are engaged in heavy c...

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Middle class shrinks in 9 of 10 US cities
Middle class shrinks in 9 of 10 US cities

A new study shows the middle class in the US is shrinking. New indications have appeared in the US that show the middle class in th...

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US man won US$1 million lottery twice
US man won US$1 million lottery twice

Bruce Magistro talks to reporters and lottery representative Yolanda Vega, right, in Babylon, New York. Photo / AP An American man has ...

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French government survives no-confidence vote over labor law
French government survives no-confidence vote over labor law

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls delivers a speech during the labor law debate at the national assembly in Paris, France, May 12, 2016. ...

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ISIL losing battle in Iraq: US general
ISIL losing battle in Iraq: US general

File photo of US Army Major General Gary Volesky A US Army general says the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group is losing in Iraq’s battlegroun...

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