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Obama starts ancestral revisit to Cuba

HAVANA — President Obama arrived in Cuba on Sunday afternoon, a debate of usually 90 miles from U.S. shores that took some-more than half a century to complete. Stepping off Air Force One underneath drizzling skies, a boss hold an ...

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Salah Abdeslam, Suspect in Paris Attacks, Is Captured in Brussels

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North Korea sentences American traveller to 15 years in jail with tough labor

International Reaction

PYONGYANG, North Korea –  North Korea’s top justice condemned an American traveller to 15 years in jail with tough labor on Wednesday for subversion. Otto Warmbier, a University of Virginia undergraduate, was convicted and condemned in a one-hour hearing in ...

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Russia flies out roughly half Syria strike force: Reuters analysis

International Reaction

MOSCOW Just underneath half of Russia’s fixed-wing strike force formed in Syria has flown out of a nation in a past dual days, according to a Reuters calculation that suggests a Kremlin is accelerating a prejudiced withdrawal. President Vladimir Putin ...

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Al-Qaeda Claims Ivory Coast Attack That Left 22 People Dead

International Reaction

Militants related to al-Qaeda pronounced they led an dispute on Sunday that left during slightest 22 people passed in Ivory Coast, a third dispute on a West African hotel given November. Al-Qaeda in a Maghreb and al-Mourabitoune pronounced 3 of ...

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Suicide Car Bomb Rocks Turkey’s Capital, Killing during Least 34

A self-murder automobile explosve in Turkey’s collateral killed during slightest 34 people and bleeding many more, a third time a city has been strike in 5 months. Two open buses were totally burnt out in Sunday’s blast in Ankara, that ...

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Donald Trump thinks Ben Carson is an education expert. Oy vey.

You thought Ben Carson was an expert in neurosurgery, because he is, well, a world-renowned neurosurgeon. But, it turns out, he is also an education expert, or so says Donald Trump, who just welcomed Carson’s endorsement for the Republican presidential ...

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This Woman Has First-Hand Experience of a Atrocities in South Sudan

International Reaction

Children burnt alive. Detainees left to stifle in sealed shipping containers. Men hung from trees, or cut into pieces. A new report expelled by a United Nations on a fight in South Sudan might make for terrible reading in many ...

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Biden Criticizes Palestinians for Not Condemning Attackers

International Reaction

Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday criticized Palestinians for a “failure to condemn” a stabbing debauch that killed an American tyro and fight maestro a day before, after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ domestic celebration posted a matter online praising a ...

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Iran test-fires 2 long-range missiles presumably able of attack Israel

International Reaction

TEHRAN, Iran –  Iran reportedly test-fired dual ballistic missiles Wednesday with a word “Israel contingency be wiped out” created in Hebrew on them, a uncover of force by a Islamic Republic as U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Israel. Such ...

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