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Child dies of wounds after US school shooting by teen
Child dies of wounds after US school shooting by teen

Handout photo of 6-year-old school shooting victim Jacob Hall A six-year-old child critically injured in a US school shooting has succumbed ...

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The United States Department of Homeland Security warns of cyber attacks ahead of 2016 presidential election
The United States Department of Homeland Security warns of cyber attacks ahead of 2016 presidential election

US Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson listens as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (not seen) speaks on deepening US-Australia...

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Iran JCPOA commitments carried out to the letter: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Iran JCPOA commitments carried out to the letter: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano poses for a photo at the IAEA's headquarters in Vienna on March 24, 2016. (...

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French police clash with refugees and human rights activists outside Calais camp
French police clash with refugees and human rights activists outside Calais camp

French police have clashed with refugees and human rights activists outside a makeshift refugee camp in northern France near the port city o...

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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s Hitler remarks ‘troubling’: US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s Hitler remarks ‘troubling’: US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter

US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter speaks to troops at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, September 26, 2016. (Photo by AFP) US Defense ...

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Israeli regime approved building of 300 settler units in West Bank
Israeli regime approved building of 300 settler units in West Bank

The photo taken on September 27, 2016, shows a general view of an illegal Israeli settlement in Jerusalem al-Quds. (Photo by AFP) The Israel...

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Pakistan stops screening Indian films over rising Kashmir tensions
Pakistan stops screening Indian films over rising Kashmir tensions

An advertising poster for an Indian film is seen outside a movie theater in Karachi, Pakistan, September 30, 2016. (Photo by Reuters) Major ...

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United Kingdom will have ‘full Brexit’ from European Union (EU): British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon
United Kingdom will have ‘full Brexit’ from European Union (EU): British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon

British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon (Photo by AFP) The British defense minister says the United Kingdom will fully break up with the Eu...

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye urges North Koreans to defect
South Korean President Park Geun-hye urges North Koreans to defect

South Korea's President Park Geun-hye (R) waves to the crowd during a commemoration event marking South Korea's Armed Forces Day at ...

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Police in Egypt  arrests 4 journalists for spreading 'false news'
Police in Egypt arrests 4 journalists for spreading 'false news'

An Egyptian riot policeman stands guard on top of a vehicle during a demonstration on April 15, 2016, outside the Journalists' Syndicate...

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Donald Trump presidency would ravage US economy: Germany's Federal Ministry of Finance
Donald Trump presidency would ravage US economy: Germany's Federal Ministry of Finance

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, on Se...

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Protesters march in Pasadena over police killing of black man
Protesters march in Pasadena over police killing of black man

Protesters walk near Pasadena City Hall in a candlelight vigil for Reginald Thomas who died earlier in Pasadena Police custody in Pasadena, ...

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China daily says US and South Korea to pay ‘price’ for THAAD missile deployment
China daily says US and South Korea to pay ‘price’ for THAAD missile deployment

A THAAD missile is launched during a test, in this undated handout photo provided by the US Department of Defense. (Photo by Reuters) A top ...

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Bulgarian lawmakers impose ban on headdress worn by Muslim women
Bulgarian lawmakers impose ban on headdress worn by Muslim women

File photo of a burqa-wearing Muslim woman. (Photo by Reuters) Bulgaria has imposed a nationwide ban on the face-covering Islamic headdress ...

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British Prime Minister Theresa May says Scotland will have no veto over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May says Scotland will have no veto over Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May (File photo by AFP) British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is opposed to a second independence refer...

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Thousands of people protest Hungarian government’s anti-refugee policy
Thousands of people protest Hungarian government’s anti-refugee policy

A man holds a banner depicting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban reading, "mini-prime minister" during a protest against the g...

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al-Masirah TV says Yemeni forces destroy Emirati military vessel near the Red Sea port city of Mokha
al-Masirah TV says Yemeni forces destroy Emirati military vessel near the Red Sea port city of Mokha

The vessel destroyed by Yemeni forces on Saturday was an HSV-2 Swift hybrid catamaran, of the type seen above, which was formerly operated b...

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Colombian FARC rebel discovers soft beds and iPhones after 20 years in the jungle
Colombian FARC rebel discovers soft beds and iPhones after 20 years in the jungle

Yurluey Mendoza, 33, is a FARC fighter who joined the rebels at age 14, and is preparing to re-enter the modern world after years at war. Ph...

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