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Bahraini court postpones verdict in Sheikh Qassim’s case
Bahraini court postpones verdict in Sheikh Qassim’s case

A Lebanese demonstrator holds up a picture of Bahrain's top Shia cleric, Sheikh Isa Qassim, during a protest in front of the United Nati...

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European parliament fines Polish lawmaker for insulting women
European parliament fines Polish lawmaker for insulting women

This file photo taken on January 12, 2015 shows Polish member of the EU parliament Janusz Korwin-Mikke during an assembly of the European Pa...

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East Libyan forces launch offensive, seize oil terminals
East Libyan forces launch offensive, seize oil terminals

Members of the Libyan National Army (LNA) fire a tank during fighting against militia members in Qanfudah, on the southern outskirts of Beng...

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Israel shuts down Palestinian research center, arrests director
Israel shuts down Palestinian research center, arrests director

File photo shows Khalil Tafakji, a prominent Palestinian cartographer and the director of the Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Dep...

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Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal
Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal

Michael Karkoc, a former commander in an SS-led unit that burned Polish villages and killed civilians in World War II, works in his yard in ...

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British Prime Minister Theresa May hails ‘defining moment’ after UK Parliament pass Brexit bill
British Prime Minister Theresa May hails ‘defining moment’ after UK Parliament pass Brexit bill

A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament shows Prime Minister Theresa May addressing the House of Commons, March 14, 2017. (...

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700 dead, 1.8 million infected with Malaria in Burundi
700 dead, 1.8 million infected with Malaria in Burundi

The file photo shows a health worker attending to a child infected with Malaria in Burundi. Malaria has killed hundreds of people and infect...

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Iraqi forces recapture Mosul's train station, reach Great Mosque
Iraqi forces recapture Mosul's train station, reach Great Mosque

Iraqi forces have managed to retake the train station in the flashpoint northern city of Mosul and surround the Great Mosque as they continu...

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns of more sanctions against ‘rotten’ Netherlands
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns of more sanctions against ‘rotten’ Netherlands

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that there is still more room for imposing further sanctions on the Netherlands, amid an u...

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US hate crimes up 20 percent in 2016 fueled by US President Donald Trump: Report
US hate crimes up 20 percent in 2016 fueled by US President Donald Trump: Report

A man paints over racist graffiti, which included such pronouncements as "Muslims out," on the side of a mosque in what officials ...

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Yemeni women stage sit-in outside UN office against Saudi war
Yemeni women stage sit-in outside UN office against Saudi war

Yemeni women take part in a protest marking the International Women's Day outside the UN office in the capital city of Sana’a on March 8...

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Employers can ban wearing Islamic headscarves, European court rules
Employers can ban wearing Islamic headscarves, European court rules

Muslim women are on their way to the opening ceremony for the Islamic cemetery in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by AP) The European Union's to...

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Death toll from Ethiopia landslide rises to 82
Death toll from Ethiopia landslide rises to 82

People move their belongings on March 12, 2017, after dwellings built near the main landfill of Addis Ababa on the outskirts of the Ethiopia...

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Blaze at fireworks warehouse in Israel kills 2, wounds several
Blaze at fireworks warehouse in Israel kills 2, wounds several

At least two people have been killed after multiple   deafening   blasts ripped through a fireworks warehouse in central Israel. The explosi...

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French judges formally charge Francois Fillon in fake jobs scandal
French judges formally charge Francois Fillon in fake jobs scandal

The photo taken on March 4, 2017 in Aubervilliers, outside Paris, shows Francois Fillon, the French presidential election candidate for the ...

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Democratic senators in Congress warn of government shutdown over US President Donald Trump’s border wall
Democratic senators in Congress warn of government shutdown over US President Donald Trump’s border wall

Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer speaks during a press conference with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi at the National Press Club...

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Turkey upholds novelist travel ban amid free speech crackdown
Turkey upholds novelist travel ban amid free speech crackdown

Turkish novelist Asli Erdogan speaks to the media after her release from Silivri prison outside Istanbul, Turkey, December 29, 2016. (Photo ...

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