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In jab at Trump, Schwarzenegger and Macron team up to ‘make the planet great again’

This combination of photos shows U.S. actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, left, and President Trump. (Thomas Samson and Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images) Arnold Schwarzenegger…

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The grim video of a Venezuelan protester being shot on live TV

El momento preciso en que un GNB dispara contra joven manifestante #EnVIVOplay por: https://t.co/AyLxbCohdr pic.twitter.com/M4MM5LS8S7 — VIVOplay (@vivoplaynet) June 22, 2017 As people watched on live…

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Pakistan, accused of terrorist infiltration, starts to fence its border with Afghanistan

A view of the fence Pakistani authorities have erected along a northern stretch of its border with Afghanistan. They plan to extend the barrier along the…

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‘How can they hate us so much?’ asks father of Muslim teen brutally killed in attack on train in India

Indian Muslims leaves the mosque on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan at the Jama Masjid mosque, ahead of the Muslim festival of…

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Why Saudi Arabia hates Al Jazeera so much

The first frames of Al Jazeera America’s broadcast. (YouTube) If you want to understand why many Arab world leaders hate Al Jazeera, consider “Sharia and Life.”…

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Is Donald Trump right that Mexico is the second-deadliest country in the world?

Mexican army and federal police at a crime scene Feb. 7 after an organized crime shooting at the Villa Juarez neighborhood in Navolato, in the state…

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Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan deny reports they are in talks with Russia to send troops to Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) shakes hands with his Kazakh counterpart, Nursultan Nazarbayev, as they attend the opening of the Expo 2017 in Astana on June…

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Massacres and mutilations in Congo have left more than 3,000 dead since October, reports say

A boy rests on a wall as he waits at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) fleeing from the conflict in the Kasai Province on…

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The 12 months in which Britain turned from a seemingly confident leader into a stretched nation

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May attends a general election campaign visit to the Royal Bath and West fairground in Shepton Mallet, southwest England on May 31….

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One year after a divisive vote, doubts are mounting in a town that voted overwhelmingly for Brexit

Tilbury, an economically-deprived dockside town on the outskirts of London, voted to leave the EU with a majority of more than 70 percent. (Photo by Shannon…

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A vice president with a taste for yachts, sports cars and mansions is now on trial

NAIROBI — Even before the corruption trial of Equatorial Guinea’s vice president began this week, there was no shortage of publicity about the lavish lifestyle of…

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The importance of talking to terrorists

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It’s so hot in England, schoolboys are wearing skirts

We went to talk to them at the end of the day Posted by Devon Live on Thursday, June 22, 2017 Amid an intense heat wave, dozens…

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Prince Harry says no one in royal family really wants to wear the crown

Prince Harry is shown the negative result of his HIV test taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer during a visit to Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic…

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ISIS claims a historic mosque in Mosul was destroyed by a U.S. airstrike — but video evidence suggests otherwise

Mosul’s destroyed Al-Hadba minaret of the Grand Mosque of al-Nuri is seen in Iraq, Thursday. (Iraqi alsumaria tv channel) The iconic leaning minaret of the Great…

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Indian women won’t upload profile pics. Facebook wants to change that.

Facebook is piloting a new tool, aimed specifically at Indian women, to help secure uploaded images. (Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Reuters) Scroll through an Indian person’s friends list, and…

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North Korea says Trump is a ‘psychopath’ who may launch a preemptive strike

This undated picture released from North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency on June 20, 2017 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) visiting a newly…

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Secret tunnels were hidden beneath London since WWI. Soon you can visit them.

It was the early years of the 20th century, and London had a parcel problem. Before World War I, the streets of the largest city in Europe…

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Did Amelia Earhart die on a remote Pacific island? Bone-sniffing border collies may find out.

Legendary pilot Amelia Earhart’s disappearance is a decades-old mystery. (Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) Few aviation mysteries have captivated the public as much as the disappearance of…

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The countries that are better than the United States at meeting people’s needs

Americans like to think of themselves as exceptional, so they probably won’t take well to this news: According to a new study, we’re second-rate. That’s the…

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The rise of Saudi Arabia’s young prince casts a shadow over the Middle East

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