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Jewish protesters at White House celebrate UN rebuke of Israel
Jewish protesters at White House celebrate UN rebuke of Israel

A number of Orthodox Jewish activists have staged a demonstration in front of the White House to celebrate the recent UN Security Council re...

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US President Barack Obama under pressure to prove Russian hacking
US President Barack Obama under pressure to prove Russian hacking

This combination of AFP file photos shows US President Barack Obama (L) speaking at the White House on December 16, 2016 and Russian Preside...

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Venezuela extends validity of 100-bolivar banknotes again
Venezuela extends validity of 100-bolivar banknotes again

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is pictured during a television program in Caracas, December 29, 2016. (Via AFP) Venezuela’s President N...

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FBI, DHS release report on alleged Russian hacking of election
FBI, DHS release report on alleged Russian hacking of election

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks on stage to lay out her plan for America during her speech at the 2016 Democratic Nat...

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Donald Trump can reverse Obama's new sanctions on Russia
Donald Trump can reverse Obama's new sanctions on Russia

US President-elect Donald Trump waves to reporters between meetings at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, December 28, 2016. (Photo by AFP) ...

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US envoys spy on, undermine governments: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
US envoys spy on, undermine governments: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has accused US ambassadors of being spies and working to undermine...

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Syria ceasefire holds despite militant breaches
Syria ceasefire holds despite militant breaches

Syrian children gather around a fire as the Syrian government starts to clean up areas formerly held by militants in the northern city of Al...

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South Korean authorities allow new ‘comfort women’ statue
South Korean authorities allow new ‘comfort women’ statue

This inflated effigy of a young woman, seen here in Seoul on December 28, 2016, symbolizes former “comfort women,” who were forced into sexu...

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Turkey bill extending President Recep Tayyip Erdogan power moves forward
Turkey bill extending President Recep Tayyip Erdogan power moves forward

A view of the Turkish Parliament The Turkish parliament’s constitutional commission has passed a draft law seeking a series of amendments to...

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Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov proposes expulsion of 35 US diplomats
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov proposes expulsion of 35 US diplomats

Russian President Putin (L) meets with US President Obama on the sidelines of G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, Sept. 5, 2016. (Photo by Reuter...

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Romania president names Sorin Grindeanu as new prime minister
Romania president names Sorin Grindeanu as new prime minister

Sorin Grindeanu (C) speaks during a press conference alongside Romania’s Social Democrat Party (PSD) leader Liviu Dragnea (R), in Bucharest,...

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Four million in Damascus without safe drinking water: UN
Four million in Damascus without safe drinking water: UN

A Syrian girl drinks water at a school near Damascus on October 19, 2016. (Photo by AFP) The UN has warned that four million people in the S...

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Theresa May distances UK from Kerry’s remarks on Israel
Theresa May distances UK from Kerry’s remarks on Israel

British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves at the end of a European Union Summit held at the EU Council building in Brussels on December 15, ...

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Indians line up at banks to cash deposits
Indians line up at banks to cash deposits

The photo shows Indian people standing in line outside the Reserve Bank of India in New Delhi on December 30, 2016. (Photo by AFP) People in...

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Five senior PKK figures detained in southern Turkey: Interior Ministry
Five senior PKK figures detained in southern Turkey: Interior Ministry

In this file photo, Turkish police forces stand guard in the aftermath of a shooting incident in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Reuters) The Tu...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin decides not to expel US diplomats
Russian President Vladimir Putin decides not to expel US diplomats

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his annual press conference in Moscow on December 23, 2016. (Photo by AFP) Russian President ...

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US must ‘make the Russians feel pain’: John Bolton
US must ‘make the Russians feel pain’: John Bolton

US Republican hawk John Bolton US Republican hawk John Bolton has described the sanctions against Russia announced by the Obama administrati...

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Syrian government forces regain control over village in Homs province
Syrian government forces regain control over village in Homs province

Syrian government forces walk past destroyed buildings in the formerly militant-held Sukkari district in the northern city of Aleppo on Dece...

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Fresh Brexit challenge launched at High Court
Fresh Brexit challenge launched at High Court

A fresh set of challenges is launched in London's High Court against the British government’s bid to exit the European Union. A new set ...

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Spain premier rules out possibility of Catalan independence vote
Spain premier rules out possibility of Catalan independence vote

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy holds a press conference in Madrid on December 30, 2016. (Photo by AFP) Spanish Prime Minister Mariano ...

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