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Yemen rebels say they’re halting attacks on Saudi Arabia

Yemen’s Houthi rebels said late Friday night that they were halting drone and missile attacks against Saudi Arabia, one week after they claimed responsibility for a…

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Puerto Rico faces slow recovery 2 years after Maria

Puerto Rico faces slow recovery 2 years after Hurricane Maria

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Iraqi officials: 12 dead in minibus blast near Shiite holy city of Karbala, one of the biggest attacks since IS defeat

Iraqi officials: 12 dead in minibus blast near Shiite holy city of Karbala, one of the biggest attacks since IS defeat

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Twitter: Accounts targeting Ecuador’s president deleted

Twitter says it’s taken down 1,019 accounts in Ecuador, saying they’re mostly fake and aimed at undermining President Lenín Moreno

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Iraq: Minibus explosion outside Karbala kills 9, injures 6

Iraqi security officials say an explosion in a minibus outside the Shiite holy city of Karbala has killed 8 people

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Iraq: Minibus explosion outside Karbala kills 8, injures 6

Iraqi security officials say an explosion in a minibus outside the Shiite holy city of Karbala has killed 8 people

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Syrian activists: Anti-govt protests held in oil-rich east

Syrian opposition activists say anti-government protesters have captured at least 2 army checkpoints in the oil-rich eastern province of Deir el-Zour

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For Saudi Arabia, an oil field attack was a disaster. For Russia, it’s a weapons sales pitch.

“The brilliant US air defense systems could not repel an attack,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Friday.

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Hezbollah tells Saudi Arabia to stop Yemen war

The leader of Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has called on Saudi Arabia to stop its war in Yemen, or else it will face more attacks on…

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Cuba: diplomat expulsions, gas crisis part of US offensive

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez says the U.S. expulsion of two Cuban diplomats and energy shortages across the island are part of a Trump administration offensive…

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His call with Trump may have sparked the whistleblower complaint. Who is Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky?

The former TV star was elected president this year.

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Families struggle to meet Kashmiris lodged in Indian jail

Families from the Himalayan region of Kashmir have traveled nearly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) in sweltering heat to meet relatives being held in an Indian jail…

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Even as rallies are bombed, Afghanistan’s Ghani plows ahead with a populist campaign

The president is already planning for a post-election role as chief interlocutor with the Taliban.

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Greek archaeologists uncover riches overlooked by robbers

Archaeologists in northern Greece have found more than 200 new graves in a vast ancient cemetery that was plundered in antiquity but still retained rich finds,…

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US says airstrike against IS in Libya kills 8

US military says it has carried out an airstrike against the Islamic State group in Libya, 1st US airstrike in the country in over a year

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The Latest: Trump says new sanctions on Iran after attack

President Donald Trump says his administration is imposing additional sanctions on Iran following last weekend’s attack on Saudi oil facilities, which the administration has blamed on…

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Notre Dame Cathedral: ‘lot of work’ before rebuild can begin

Notre Dame Cathedral has far to go to recover from a destructive fire but a hardy copper rooster that once topped the spire is serving as…

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Japan accepts talks with South Korea on WTO arbitration

Japan has announced it will accept South Korea’s request for joint talks leading to arbitration by the World Trade Organization after Seoul filed a complaint with…

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Cubans wait hours in gas lines as fuel crisis bites

A fuel shortage blamed on the Trump Administration has turned filling a tank in Cuba into an ordeal even for a country used to waiting in…

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Nigerian military accuses aid group of aiding Boko Haram

Nigeria’s military accuses international aid group of aiding Boko Haram, which group denies

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Racist images are just the latest in a series of Trudeau scandals and gaffes

The images cast an uncomfortable shadow over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carefully honed image as a progressive politician with an inclusive, feminist agenda.

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Racist images are just the latest in a series of Trudeau scandals and gaffes

The images were published just weeks before Canadian elections.

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French president says committed to helping Lebanon’s economy

France’s president says Paris “is fully committed” to implementing the decisions taken during a conference last year to help Lebanon improve its economy

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Tour operator Thomas Cook in race to avoid bankruptcy

Thomas Cook, one of the world’s oldest and largest travel companies, is facing a race against time to stay afloat

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Nigeria police nab main suspect in apparent serial killings

Nigeria police arrest main suspect in apparent serial killings that sparked women’s protests

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One reason young people inspired a global anti-climate change movement? They lost trust in politicians.

“I have the feeling that politicians are often just [focusing on] the next vote,” one protester said on Friday.

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Saudi Arabia takes journalists to site of missile-and-drone attack on facility at heart of kingdom’s oil industry

Saudi Arabia takes journalists to site of missile-and-drone attack on facility at heart of kingdom’s oil industry

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UN agency says 124 suspected cholera cases in Sudan

UN’s humanitarian agency says 124 suspected cholera cases in Sudan with seven deaths

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Ethiopia says Egypt proposal on Nile dam hurts ‘sovereignty’

Ethiopia says latest Egypt proposal on massive Nile dam project hurts country’s ‘sovereignty’

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US envoy meets Israel’s embattled PM to discuss peace plan

Middle East US envoy meets with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu days after elections leave the Israeli leader’s political future in doubt

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Twitter suspends account of former top Saudi aide implicated in Khashoggi killing

Saud al-Qahtani, a former adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was sanctioned by the United States last year for his role in the operation…

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Activist: Egyptian authorities arrest brother to silence me

The US-based Egyptian activist whose Facebook page helped ignite the 2011 uprising that brought down longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak has said that authorities arrested his brother…

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Philippines confirms 2nd polio case after declaring outbreak

Philippine health officials have confirmed a second case of polio in a 5-year-old child a day after declaring the country’s first outbreak in nearly two decades…

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Soccer authorities meet with Twitter over racist abuse

English soccer authorities say they have had a “productive and positive” meeting with representatives from Twitter in the wake of black players receiving racist abuse on…

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Russian actor arrested at rally released pending appeal

A Russian actor sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison for allegedly assaulting a police officer has been released from custody following a massive outcry.

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Bombing kills 2 Pakistani soldiers near Afghan border

Pakistan’s military says a roadside bomb has killed two soldiers, when it struck an army vehicle in the country’s northwest near the Afghan border

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Kuwait raises security levels at ports amid Mideast tensions

Kuwait says it has raised its security level at its ports given ongoing regional tensions following an attack on Saudi Arabia

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Tough tactics test Algeria’s 31st week of peaceful protests

Security forces have set up roadblocks on major highways leading into the Algerian capital to stop citizens with “malicious” designs from taking part in a weekly…

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The Latest: Turkish coast guards rescue 15; child missing

Turkish coast guards have rescued 14 migrants and their Turkish smuggler after their rubber boat sank off Turkey’s Aegean coast while trying to reach Greece

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Indonesia’s president delays vote on new criminal code

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has asked lawmakers to delay a vote on a proposed new criminal code because of public opposition

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Google plans to invest 3 billion euros in Europe

Google is planning to invest 3 billion euros to expand its data centers across Europe in the next two years

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China confirms detention of American FedEx pilot suspected of smuggling ammunition

The case against Todd A. Hohn threatens to further strain ties between Washington and Beijing amid trade dispute.

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Cambodia gives garment workers 4.4% minimum wage hike

Cambodia’s government has announced it is raising the minimum wage for the garment industry, the country’s biggest export earner

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Australian-Lebanese jailed on Sydney bomb plot set free

Lebanese authorities have released a Lebanese-Australian man detained in over an alleged bomb plot

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Haze from Indonesian fires now affecting Philippines

A Philippine official says haze blown by monsoon winds from Indonesia’s forest fires has started to affect some regions in the western Philippines and raised concerns…

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Tonga’s Manu beats cancer and chemotherapy to play at RWC

Nasi Manu is on the brink of an emotional return after battling cancer and coming through emergency surgery and months of chemotherapy to get a chance…

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NKorea welcomes Trump’s call for ‘new method’ in talks

North Korea has praised President Donald Trump for saying Washington may pursue an unspecified “new method” in nuclear negotiations with Pyongyang

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China: FedEx pilot suspected of ‘smuggling weapons’

Chinese spokesman says detained FedEx pilot under investigation on suspicion of ‘smuggling weapons and ammunition.’

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Harry and Meghan make 1st official tour as family in Africa

Harry and Meghan make 1st official tour as family in Africa, starting in troubled South Africa

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Iran’s gamble: Analysts say brazen attack aimed to pressure U.S. with little fear of reprisal

Iran may have wanted to jolt global energy markets and win leverage ahead of any negotiations, analysts say.

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Paris police gird for weekend protests over Macron, climate

Paris is deploying thousands of police to protect landmarks and government buildings as yellow vest groups, unions and environmental activists plan a multitude of weekend protests

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Turkey: Bloomberg journalists on trial for report on economy

Two reporters for the U.S.-based Bloomberg news agency have appeared in court accused of trying to undermine Turkey’s economic stability over a story they wrote on…

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China’s Pacific offensive intensifies as Taiwan cuts relations with Kiribati

Taipei loses second ally in a week as Beijing picks off the democratic island’s diplomatic partners in an effort to pressure the government of Tsai Ing-wen.

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Zimbabwe doctor is found alive after alleged abduction

Activists in Zimbabwe say doctor whose alleged abduction led to days of protests is freed

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Iraq’s stability on the line as US, Iran tensions soar

As US, Israel step up efforts to contain Iran, countries in Tehran’s orbit feel the heat

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The Latest: Trudeau says he didn’t recall brownface pictures

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s wary of being definitive about how many times he’s worn brown or blackface because he didn’t recall the recent…

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Israel’s election highlights secular-religious divide

In Israel’s secular heartland, the role of religion in daily life played a central role in this week’s deadlocked election

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Kiribati cuts ties with Taiwan, presaging switch to China

The Pacific island nation of Kiribati has cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan, the second country to do so this week

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Marathon talks as German gov’t haggles over climate policy

The German government is scrambling to agree a package of measures for tackling global warming, as protesters prepare to stage rallies across the country demanding decisive…

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Migrant dies in shooting after being returned to Libya

The International Organization for Migration says a Sudanese man died from a gunshot wound in Libya when a group of migrants resisted being sent to a…

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Scientists prepare for year-long expedition to Arctic center

Scientists from more than a dozen nations are preparing to launch the biggest and most complex research expedition ever attempted in the central Arctic

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Kiribati cuts ties with Taiwan, presaging switch to China

The Pacific island nation of Kiribati has cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan, the second country to do so this week

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Lawyer says US bid to extradite North Korean is ‘political’

A lawyer for a North Korean man facing potential extradition from Malaysia to the United States to face money laundering charges says the request is baseless…

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In standoff with Iran, Trump is reaping what he sowed

Trump is walking a seemingly contradictory line on the Middle East, empowering a foe willing to test his resolve.

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Central America’s dengue epidemic deadly in Honduras

Honduras is battling an especially deadly outbreak of dengue fever, with at least 135 people dead from dengue there this year, nearly two-thirds of them children

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The Latest: Australia leader calls protests a ‘disruption’

Australia’s acting prime minister has described ongoing climate rallies as “just a disruption” that should have been held on a weekend to avoid inconveniencing communities

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Global climate protests start in Australia before UN summit

Thousands of protesters are gathering at rallies around Australia as a day of worldwide demonstrations begins ahead of a U.N. climate summit in New York

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Canada’s Trudeau comes under fire over brownface photo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a champion of diversity and immigration, is under fire over a brownface photo

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As tensions rise, Iran says its president and foreign minister have received US visas for annual UN meeting in New York

As tensions rise, Iran says its president and foreign minister have received US visas for annual UN meeting in New York

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Iran says top diplomat to attend UN despite visa doubts

Iran says its foreign minister will attend next week’s United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York, amid doubts about whether the U.S. would give him…

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Who is Benny Gantz? The former military chief could be Israel’s next prime minister

“Less than a year ago he was completely non-factor in the political system and now he’s a few steps away from entering the prime minister’s office.”

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No small fry: German govt haggles over climate change policy

The leaders of Germany’s governing parties are meeting Thursday to thrash out the final details of a plan to cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, a…

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Syrian state TV: Drone destroyed over Damascus suburb

Syrian state TV reports a drone was destroyed over a suburb of the capital Damascus

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NGO: Forest fires in Bolivia burn Switzerland-sized area

An environmental group says that forest fires have consumed more than 3.1 million hectares in just over a month in Bolivia, including areas in the South…

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PM vs. PM: John Major argues against Boris Johnson in U.K. Supreme Court case

The court is considering whether Johnson broke the law in suspending Parliament.

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Investment funds managing $16 trillion urge companies in Brazil to fight deforestation

A group of over 200 investment funds called on businesses to play a more active role in halting the Amazon’s degradation.

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In Venezuela’s oil capital, life is a struggle. So is death.

From boomtown to ghost town: Maracaibo, once a booming metropolis, is suffering the worst of the socialist nation’s collapse.

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Cat burglar: Black panther caught prowling French rooftops

Emergency workers caught an unusual prowler lurking around rooftops in northern France – a black panther

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‘This thing is a wildfire’: Trudeau campaign reeling from racist makeup revelations

Video of a third incident emerged Thursday. The Canadian prime minister was already facing a tough reelection battle.

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Green activists lose challenge to Irish govt climate plan

An Irish court has rejected a challenge by environmental activists who said the government’s plans for tackling climate change don’t go far enough

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Greece: Oxygen-starved fish dying in drought-hit lake

Tens of thousands of dead fish have been found on the banks of a lake in northern Greece after high temperatures and drought conditions caused a…

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For China’s embattled Uighurs, a bank transfer abroad can become a ‘terrorism’ ordeal

One family’s plight suggests wider efforts by Beijing to break ties between mostly-Muslim Xinjiang and its diaspora.

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Prices exceed expectations at Mexican relics sale

Not only did Mexico fail to stop a French auction house’s sale of about 120 pre-Hispanic artifacts, many sold for well above their estimated prices

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To pay for Trump’s wall, a hurricane-wrecked base in Puerto Rico loses funding 

Pentagon diverts hundreds of millions allocated by Congress for restoration of Camp Santiago to construction of barriers on southern border under emergency authorities.

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‘I couldn’t breathe’: Hong Kong protesters allege beatings and torture by city’s police

An Amnesty report offered evidence of mistreatment of people in police custody and called for an independent investigation into use of force.

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UN official: Humanitarian situation in NW Syria ‘alarming’

Senior UN official says humanitarian situation in last rebel stronghold in Syria is ‘alarming’

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After oil field attacks, Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman straddles line between victim and villain

Almost a year after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia retains little international sympathy.

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EU hopes for Russia-Ukraine gas deal despite slow progress

The European Union’s top energy official says he’s optimistic that Russia and Ukraine can conclude a new gas transit agreement by the end of the year…

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Can Trump’s new national security adviser keep freeing hostages? Austin Tice’s family hopes so.

Robert C. O’Brien spent the last year as the State Department’s top hostage negotiator. While some Americans have been brought home under his watch, several others…

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Can Trump’s new national security adviser keep freeing hostages? Austin Tice’s family hopes so.

Robert C. O’Brien spent the last year as the State Department’s top hostage negotiator. Now he’ll have a whole new portfolio.

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Tunisian despot whose ouster helped spark Arab Spring dies at 83

His downfall sent a wave of revolutionary fervor coursing through Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, Libya and Jordan.

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Imam at Liberian school that burned says toll could rise

Imam at Liberian boarding school that burned says toll could rise above the 27 reported

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Former U.K. prime minister David Cameron says queen intervened in Scottish independence vote

The most important rule of the modern monarchy is that the queen shouldn’t take sides.

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Lawyer: Tunisia’s toppled ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali dies

Tunisia’s autocratic ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, toppled in 2011, has died in exile in Saudi Arabia, according to his lawyer. He was 83.

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Israel defends checkpoint shooting as video raises concern

Israeli police say security guards at a checkpoint near Jerusalem were in “immediate danger” when they shot and killed a Palestinian woman carrying a knife, after…

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Lawyer: Tunisia’s former ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, toppled in 2011, dies in exile in Saudi Arabia

Lawyer: Tunisia’s former ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, toppled in 2011, dies in exile in Saudi Arabia

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Mexico still has much rebuilding to do from 2017 quake

Mexico is marking the Sept. 19 anniversaries of 2017 earthquakes that killed more than 500 people and a devastating 1985 temblor that left at least 9,500…

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Officials: Blast kills 5 Yemen troops, wounds 13, some Saudi

Yemeni security officials say an explosion targeting a government military convoy has killed five Yemeni troops and wounded 13, many of them Saudi soldiers

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US takes back $100 million from Afghan govt over corruption

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is taking back $100 million intended for an Afghan energy infrastructure project, citing unacceptably high levels of corruption…

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Archaeologists in Bolivia find ancient Tiwanaku vessels

Archaeologists say pre-Hispanic vessels over 1,400 years old have been found in the center of Bolivia’s Tiwanaku ruins

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