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Kashmir erupts demanding justice for young rape victim
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Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals
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Starbucks discrimination 'a sign of America's cultural war'
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Assad forces target ISIL in southern Damascus
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Will a new president mean change for Cuba?
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Thousands protest against Macron reforms across France
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Swaziland king changes country's name to Kingdom of eSwatini
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Durham first US city to ban police training with Israeli military
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The UAE has closed a public hospital in Somalia. Here's why
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Ecuador to stop hosting Colombia-ELN talks
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Miguel Diaz-Canel: Cuba's post-Castro president
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US: Georgia town of Newnan braces for neo-Nazi rally
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Miguel Diaz-Canel elected as Cuba's president, ending Castro era
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9/11 attacks' suspect arrested by Kurds in Syria
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Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education
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Iraq fighter jets strike ISIL targets inside Syria
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India court rejects pleas for probe into judge BH Loya's death
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Anxiety high in US town as neo-Nazis set to rally
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⚡️ “Stories you shouldn't miss - Thursday” by
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Chemical attacks on Iran in the 1980s: When the US looked the other way
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