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- Cassowary attack: giant bird kills owner in Florida after he
- Iranians rally against US move against paramilitary force
- Trump complains US troops at border 'can't get a little roug
- College student asks Beto O'Rourke 'Are you here to see Beto
- Scarlett Johansson criticises ‘criminal’ paparazzi and warns
- White House steps up attacks as Mueller report release nears
File - A check-in sign for hunters at Big Cypress National Preserve, South Florida, United States. Researchers recently captured a 17 foot long python at the reserve. The invasive species has no known natural predator in Florida.
Florida researchers capture 5.2 metre-long python using tracking devices
- Brexit: 'Wolf of Wall Street' Jordan Belfort offers advice t
- Britons do work the longest hours but a four-day week is not
- Karel Poborsky: ‘They put me into a coma. All my face muscle
- ‘You won’t find this on Capri’: Italy’s Tremiti Islands
- Police in northern Greece stop truck with 59 migrants inside
- US gives 3 Black Hawk helicopters to Albania military
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, foreground, and his wife Maryna, sing the national anthem with supporters gathered to march to the Olympic stadium ahead of debates between two candidates in the weekend presidential run-off in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, April 19, 2019.
A referendum on Poroshenko but also a very Ukrainian election
Asia Middle East
- Kabul attack: Gunmen storm government ministry as blast hits
- Hopefully we're in position to make play-offs before I leave
- BJP asks Rahul Gandhi to come clean on his citizenship, qual
- Shahidul Alam: Bangladesh is 'an autocracy by any means'
- India's top judge Ranjan Gogoi accused of sexual harassment
- Indoor air can be 'worse than New Delhi': Study
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi greets the new Chief Justice of India, Shri Justice Ranjan Gogoi, at a swearing-in ceremony, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on October 03, 2018.
India's top judge faces sexual harassment storm
- Can Lebanon's cedars outlive climate change and a pesky inse
- The political calculations of Sudan's military regime
- Blast, gunfire rock downtown Kabul in attack near ministry
- UAE charity comes to rescue of 5 kids abandoned by their dad
- Qureshi calls on Iran, Afghanistan to take action against te
- Afghan official: Blast rocks country's capital
File - Inside Imām ‘Alī Mosque (before the renovations in 2008)The Imām ‘Alī Mosque has been noted as the third holiest site for some of the estimated 200 million followers of the Shī‘ah branch of Islām worldwide – approximately 15 percent of total Muslims.
An interview with an Iraqi scholar has led me to think very differently about Brexit and extremism in Europe
South America Africa
- Reliance says not violating US sanctions on Venezuela, bough
- Passion Play in Brazil shantytown a voice against injustice
- Easter play in Brazil shantytown a voice against injustice
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- Peruvian judge orders ex-President Kuczynski to pre-trial ja
- Peru ex-president leaves cadaver as sign of 'contempt' for h
A protester looks across at police officers outside Westminster magistrates court where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was appearing in London, Thursday, April 11, 2019.
UK lawmakers: Julian Assange should face justice in Sweden
- Vaal clean-up: Eyebrows raised over Erwat appointment
- EC police investigating after girl, 9, killed in hit-and-run
- Leon Mann: ‘We need people in power to show they care about
- 'I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre
- New attack on Ebola center in Congo; 1 militia member killed
- The Latest: Egypt begins vote on extending el-Sissi’s rule
Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga, Prime Minister of the Republic of Mali, briefs press together with Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, on the side of the 2019 Peacekeeping Ministerial meeting, 29 March 2019, United Nations, New York
Malian government resigns as anger mounts over massacre
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- Australia election: pay hits, health care debated over holid
- Tennis royalty Goolagong Cawley praises Ash Barty
- Tennis: Barty beats doubles partner Azarenka to level Fed Cu
- Days before hit-and-run death, Andrew Mallard told family he
- Police charge man suspected of 'predatory' bearhugging sex a
- Man charged with stabbing police officer in the back at Sydn
Kristinn Hrafnsson, editor of WikiLeaks, right, and barrister Jennifer Robinson speak to the media outside Westminster magistrates court where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was appearing in London, Thursday, April 11, 2019. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was forcibly bundled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and into a waiting British police van on Thursday, setting up a potential court battle over attempts to extradite him to the U.S.
Julian Assange: Jeremy Corbyn says government should block WikiLeaks founder's extradition to US as Diane Abbott says it could breach his human rights
- Allen Edmonds is celebrating its 97th anniversary with a big
- Tom Sietsema’s top 10 new restaurants: Little Havana is No.
- Exclusive: New York Fed cracks down on Puerto Rico banks fol
- Banks ordered to disclose bondholder information to Puerto R
- UK condemns U.S. application of Cuba sanctions to foreign co
- Cuban Doctors Leave Lamu, Garissa, Wajir and Tana River
File - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversees collection and sorting of mounds of vegetative debris in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as part of Hurricane Maria recovery efforts, Jan. 22, 2018.
Trump complains about Puerto Rico hurricane victims taking money from 'our farmers'
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