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- ‘US must declare Pakistan state sponsor of terrorism’
Two Mi17 helicopters at Juba Airport. The busiest and most developed airport in South Sudan is Juba Airport, which has regular international connections to Entebbe, Nairobi, Cairo, Addis Ababa, and Khartoum.
US reporter killed covering S Sudan clashes
- Russia to pay damages for Beslan school siege after European
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- The Latest: French president calls US climate move a mistake
- Will the government really accept "No Deal" with the EU?
- Catalonia referendum: Spanish raid on Unipost deals blow to
Transport police keep guard at Parsons Green station in London, Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. A bucket wrapped in an insulated bag caught fire on a packed London subway train at Parsons Green station on Friday Sept. 15, police are treating it as a terrorist incident.
Parsons Green tube attack: arrested 21-year-old named as Yahyah Farroukh
Asia Middle East
- Back to books: Valarmathi to rejoin university today
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- AU announces date for student poll
- Businessman in police protection shot dead, Ashok Gehlot wan
- Centre grants Rs 1,800 crore for local bodies in Tamil Nadu
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Women supporters of a Pakistani Shiite Muslims group 'Imamia Students Organization' with a large national flag during a rally against the Shiite Muslims killing in sectarian violence, Sunday, March 29, 2009 in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Pakistan Ready with 'Toughest Policy' for America: Report
- US Military surgeons in Afghanistan treat civilian injuries
- UAE residents get ready for a three-day-long weekend
- Exodus to Oman likely: Bank guarantee waived for women going
- Al Qaeda-led fighters on the offensive against Syrian troops
- 5 things to know about the referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan
- The Latest: Iran slams Trump's 'mean' UN remarks
FILE - In this July 18, 2017 file photo, Shiite Volunteer fighters from the Imam Ali Brigade, an armed faction with the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces, train at their camp, in Najaf, 100 miles (160 kilometers) south of Baghdad, Iraq.
U.S. military closes outpost in southeastern Syria, ceding territory to Iranian proxies
South America Africa
- U.S. senators seek review of potential Russian control of Ci
- Brazil ruling that homosexuality is disease to be appealed
- Brazilian teenager held on suspicion of British kayaker's mu
- LatAm currencies nearly flat ahead of Fed statement
- Emma Kelty death: British kayaker 'murdered' in Brazil durin
- Trump singles out Venezuela for criticism in UN speech
FILE - In this June 10, 2015, file photo, Uruguay's Vice-President Raul Sendic arrives for the EU-CELAC summit in Brussels.
Uruguay vice president quits after accused of misuse of funds
- Nine elephants accidentally electrocuted in Botswana
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- Guinean protests halt operations of bauxite miner CBG
- Congo leader opens peace conference in bloody Kasai region
- U-17 World Cup: India’s fringe players have 90 minutes to im
Tunisian women's rights plan rattles Muslim traditionalists
Tunisian women's rights plan rattles Muslim traditionalists
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- Melbourne Express: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
- Indigenous archives provide window into hidden heritage of t
- National Library of Australia unpublished collection
- Public servants practice cyber attacks during war games
- Government workers prepare for cyber attacks during inaugura
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Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks during her “Election Awareness Tour” in Hsihseng township in Pa-O self-administrative zone, southern Shan State, Myanmar, Saturday, Sept 5, 2015.
Western powers urge Myanmar's Suu Kyi to push for end to violence
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- Fifa: Caribbean football chief Gordon Derrick banned for six
The U.S. flag flaps in the stiff breeze off the Florida Straits at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba
US weighing closing embassy in Cuba over sonic attacks
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