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- Montenegro NATO accession clears hurdle in U.S. Senate
- Gold coin worth $4 million stolen from Berlin museum
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- FBI 'double standard' in election campaign, says Podesta
- Judge allows Oregon resident to be genderless
- Nine US deaths linked to breast implant-associated cancer
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Illinois bills seek to legalize, tax marijuana sales to adults
- Justin Tipuric: Ospreys flanker relishing first European kno
- Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 launch trashed after top EU
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- Article 50: the view from Brussels
An exterior view shows the Lloyd's of London building in the City of London, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011.
Lloyd’s of London will move jobs to new Brussels office
Asia Middle East
- Thailand holds key rate as expected
- Xi hopes tree planting will flourish
- Frame new media policy in six weeks, Supreme Court tells Cen
- Mining scam: Supreme Court asks SIT to probe two Karnataka e
- Maoists set free Canadian picked up from Sukma
- Journalists seek registration of FIR against PTI leader Alee
Bangladesh's Nobel Laureate economist Muhammad Yunus giving an address during Bicentenary celebrations at the Presidency in Kolkata, India, Jan10, 2017.
'We are all entrepreneurs': Muhammad Yunus on changing the world, one microloan at a time
- Write about what you see around you: Christina Lamb
- Amnesty says UAE sentences dissident professor to 10 years
- In northern Syria, defeated Isis fighters leave behind only
- In a message to Trump, Arab leaders renew calls for a Palest
- Saudi torture: Insult to injury for Haseena
- ‘Sex slave’ in Saudi rescued by embassy
Turkish people protest with a picture of president Erdogan during a demonstration against the Turkey coup attempt in support of Turkey's president Erdogan in Cologne, Germany, Sunday, July 31, 2016.
For Turkish president, referendum on power is a big gamble
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- Brazil becomes 1st team to qualify for 2018 World Cup
- In special address, Chile's President spotlights efficacy of
- UPDATE 1-EU official urges independent controls over Brazil
- Alexis Sánchez claims he wants to finish his contract with A
- EU official urges independent controls over Brazil meat indu
- PDVSA manager arrested in Venezuela fuel corruption probe
Chile’s Alexis Sanchez reacts during a 2018 Russia World Cup qualifying soccer match between Argentina and Chile at the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday March 23, 2017. Argentina won the match 1-0.
Alexis Sanchez equals Chile's all-time top scoring record as speculation over his future continues
- The Nigerian bobsleigh team racing towards history
- Give India a miss, Africans told back home
- Noida attack: African students on edge, but find comfort in
- Struggle for control of Libya's oil threatens to deepen conf
- UPDATE 1-South Africa's rand extends losses on cabinet reshu
- Attack on African nationals: Don't believe rumours, cops urg
African students participate in a protest against the alleged assault of Tanzanian woman in Bangalore, India, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. For hundreds of thousands of Africans drawn to India by better education and work opportunities, rampant racism is a daily battle.
Attacks on Nigerian students shock India
Australia Caribbean
- Sugar code of conduct to end three-year battle over selling
- Why the world's richest are turning to Australia when buying
- Australian shares seen extending rally into 2018, poll shows
- Minimum wage review should be approached with caution, Turnb
- NZ dollar slips vs Aussie as commodity prices rise
- Saxby brothers
Australia captain Steve Smith at a pre-tournament press conference during ICC T20 World Cup cricket in Kolkata on March 12, 2016
Steve Smith offers beer to Ajinkya Rahane and Indian team
- 3,500 pounds of cocaine seized near Puerto Rico; 4 arrested
- ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Draws Rav
- Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Early reactions brand Disney adv
- Dempsey strikes again but US held by Panama
- Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Early verdicts say Disney advent
- Attorney for Jamaican lottery scam defendant wants out
Nestle Fresh milk cartons on a market shelf
REFILE-Nestle close to signing off on $50 mln-$60 mln factory in Cuba
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