Netherlands' Prime Minister and VVD party leader Mark Rutte leads elections: Exit polls
Netherlands' Prime Minister and VVD party leader Mark Rutte leads elections: Exit polls

Netherlands' Prime Minister and VVD party leader Mark Rutte answers journalists' questions after casting his ballot in the Dutch g...

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US indicts two Russian FSB officers in Yahoo cyberattack
US indicts two Russian FSB officers in Yahoo cyberattack

Acting Assistant US Attorney General Mary McCord speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department March 15, 2017 in Washington, D...

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Top US lawmakers revoke US President Donald Trump wiretap claim
Top US lawmakers revoke US President Donald Trump wiretap claim

Senior US lawmakers said Wednesday they had seen no evidence to support President Donald Trump's claim that his predecessor Barack Obam...

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UN's food agency says over 60 percent of Yemenis face famine
UN's food agency says over 60 percent of Yemenis face famine

A malnourished boy lies on a bed in the emergency ward of a hospital in Sana’a, Yemen, on September 27, 2016. (Photos by Reuters) The UN...

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French far-right official Benoit Loeuillet suspended over Holocaust denial
French far-right official Benoit Loeuillet suspended over Holocaust denial

Benoit Loeuillet, a top official of France’s far-right National Front party in the southeastern city of Nice A regional official of Fran...

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Emirati court jails Jordanian journo for blasting UAE over Gaza war
Emirati court jails Jordanian journo for blasting UAE over Gaza war

Jordanian journalist Tayseer al-Najjar (file photo) A court in Abu Dhabi has handed down a prison sentence of three years to a Jordanian...

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US, Saudis seek ‘enduring strategic partnership’: White House
US, Saudis seek ‘enduring strategic partnership’: White House

US President Donald Trump and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince bin Salman shake hands in the State Dining Room before lunch at the White House in...

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Over 155 killed in Uganda clashes in December: Human Rights Watch
Over 155 killed in Uganda clashes in December: Human Rights Watch

A picture taken on December 1, 2016 shows military standing in front of the palace of Rwenzururu Kingdom that has been cordoned off by pol...

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Germany warns of Turkey’s NATO departure as Ankara-Amsterdam tensions soar
Germany warns of Turkey’s NATO departure as Ankara-Amsterdam tensions soar

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen (Photo by AFP) Germany has warned against Ankara’s departure from NATO as tensions continu...

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Libya's unity government forces overrun rival militia HQ in Tripoli
Libya's unity government forces overrun rival militia HQ in Tripoli

Forces loyal to Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA) man a checkpoint in Hay al-Andalus neighborhood of Tripoli, March 14, 2017...

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Scottish independence referendum not legal in 2018/19: British Scotland Secretary David Mundell
Scottish independence referendum not legal in 2018/19: British Scotland Secretary David Mundell

British Scotland Secretary David Mundell. (File Photo) British Prime Minister Theresa May was prepared for a drawn-out battle with Scotl...

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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife kicked him out of car?
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife kicked him out of car?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, are seen as they enter the Tel Aviv magistrate court on March 14, 2017. (Pho...

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Americans' concerns about racism at record high: Poll
Americans' concerns about racism at record high: Poll

Black Lives Matter activists march in front of Trump Tower on January 14, 2017 in New York City. (Getty Images) A new Gallup poll has fo...

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31 killed in Damascus court house bombing
31 killed in Damascus court house bombing

A terrorist bomb explosion has rocked a court building in the Syrian capital Damascus, leaving scores of people dead and injured. Syria...

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson starts north Asia tour amid North Korea tensions
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson starts north Asia tour amid North Korea tensions

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (AFP Photo) Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has set out on a three-leg tour to Asia as the new top ...

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Iraqi forces liberate Mosul’s ‘Iron Bridge’ from Daesh
Iraqi forces liberate Mosul’s ‘Iron Bridge’ from Daesh

Aerial image captured on February 19, 2017 shows a bridge crossing Tigris in the northern Iraq city of Mosul. (Photo by AFP) Amid battle...

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Chile police, protesters clash in rally against Transpacific Partnership
Chile police, protesters clash in rally against Transpacific Partnership

An activist chants slogans as she confronts police during a protest against the Transpacific Partnership (TPP) and the Pacific Alliance Mi...

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Swedish prosecutors ‘not ready to decide on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’
Swedish prosecutors ‘not ready to decide on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange makes a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, February 5, 2016. (Photo by Reuters)...

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US Defense Secretary James Mattis calls climate change a national security threat
US Defense Secretary James Mattis calls climate change a national security threat

US President Donald Trump (L) and Defense Secretary James Mattis (file photo by AFP) Defense Secretary James Mattis has expressed opposi...

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