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Boston, Massachusetts students protest Donald Trump’s 'harmful policies'
Boston, Massachusetts students protest Donald Trump’s 'harmful policies'

Hundreds of students from Boston high schools and local colleges walked out of class to rally against President-elect Donald Trump on Monday...

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Brazil Supreme Court suspends Senate president Renan Calheiros over corruption
Brazil Supreme Court suspends Senate president Renan Calheiros over corruption

This file photo taken on December 01, 2016 shows Brazil's senate head Renan Calheiros speaking during a public hearing in Brasilia. (Pho...

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May in Bahrain to start 'new chapter' despite international outrage
UK Prime Minister Theresa May in Bahrain to start 'new chapter' despite international outrage

Britain's Prime Minister May is welcomed by Bahrain's Prime Minister Prince Khalifah bin Salman Al Khalifah at Bahrain International...

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Nigerian authorities urge prosecution of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky
Nigerian authorities urge prosecution of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky

This file photo taken on August 11, 2016 in northern Nigerian city of Kano shows protesters rallying for the release of Ibrahim Zakzaky and ...

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Eurozone finance ministers gives short-term debt relief to Greece
Eurozone finance ministers gives short-term debt relief to Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (L) welcomes European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici (R) during their ...

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UN names 41 peacekeepers in sex abuse in Central African Republic
UN names 41 peacekeepers in sex abuse in Central African Republic

The UN peacekeeping soldiers from Rwanda patrol in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic (CAR), December 9, 2014. (Photo by AFP) T...

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IOM says 21,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar crackdown to Bangladesh
IOM says 21,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar crackdown to Bangladesh

In this photograph taken on November 26, 2016, Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims look on in a refugee camp in Teknaf, in Bangladesh's Cox&#...

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US returning parts of occupied land in Okinawa to Japan
US returning parts of occupied land in Okinawa to Japan

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the start of their talks in Tokyo on December...

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Saudi warplanes bombard areas across Yemen
Saudi warplanes bombard areas across Yemen

Yemenis inspect the damage in an area near a communications tower hit in Saudi airstrikes in the western port city of Hudaydah, November 27,...

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Thailand declares disaster zones after floods kill 14
Thailand declares disaster zones after floods kill 14

An aerial view of houses submerged by floodwaters in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, southern Thailand, on December 4, 2016. (Photo by EPA) Ma...

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French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve succeeds Manuel Valls as prime minister
French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve succeeds Manuel Valls as prime minister

File photo of incoming French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve. (Photo by Reuters) Bernard Cazeneuve has been appointed as France’s new prim...

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China urge US to ban transit by Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen
China urge US to ban transit by Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (C) waves during National Day celebrations in front of the Presidential Palace in Taipei on October 10, 2016. ...

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Fearing budget cuts, Pentagon buried study on wasteful spending
Fearing budget cuts, Pentagon buried study on wasteful spending

The Pentagon building (file photo) The US Defense Department has buried a study that revealed a $125 billion waste of administrative funds, ...

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Egyptian authorities international organ trafficking network
Egyptian authorities international organ trafficking network

The photo shows a view of the main building of Egypt’s Administrative Control Authority in Cairo. Egyptian authorities have busted a network...

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Tony Blair warns of dangerous times ahead for Western democracies
Tony Blair warns of dangerous times ahead for Western democracies

Former UK prime minister Tony Blair speaks with USA TODAY Washington bureau chief Susan Page on Monday, December 5, 2016. Former UK prime mi...

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Donald Trump, his children will make US a ‘banana republic’: Report
Donald Trump, his children will make US a ‘banana republic’: Report

US President Barack Obama (right) meets with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office at the White House, Washington, DC, November 10...

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Greece rejects austerity measures beyond 2018
Greece rejects austerity measures beyond 2018

Greece's government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos The Greek government has warned that the country will not accept an extension to it...

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EU warns Britainof  having 18 months to reach Brexit deal
EU warns Britainof having 18 months to reach Brexit deal

Michel Barnier, chief Brexit negotiator for the European Union, speaks at a press conference at the European Commission on December 6, 2016,...

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Syrian army busts terrorists’ chemical warehouse in Aleppo
Syrian army busts terrorists’ chemical warehouse in Aleppo

The picture shows jerrycans used by terrorists for storing toxic chemicals. They were discovered in the Aleppo district of Masaken Hanano on...

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