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Al-Houthi rebels agree to UN request to stop firing missiles

NEW  YORK, New York - A breakthrough agreement has been reached between the warring parties of the Yemen war on ...

Justice at last for victims of Kampuchea

THE HAGUE, Netherlands – It was a historic day for the International Court on Friday and for the people of ...

Russia probe: Trump 'easily' answers Mueller's questions

WASHINGTON, U.S. - The U.S. Justice Department's intense investigation into alleged collusion between the U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and ...

World's two largest economies trade barbs over protectionism

PORT MORESBY - Engaged in an intense trade war for nearly a year now, the world's two largest economies locked ...

4 car crashes, four different vehicles in 30 minutes

PARRAMATTA, NSW, Australia – In what may be a record, a man has been involved in four collisions with other ...

Anti-ISIS U.S. strikes allegedly killed civilians in Syria

DAMASCUS, Syria - The U.S.-led coalition, which announced that it carried out airstrikes against the last Islamic State pocket in ...

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Kidnappers playing havoc with fleeing Hondurans lives

The Hondurans who banded together last month to travel northward to the United States, fleeing gangs , corruption and

Boks slowly banishing big weakness

Cape Town - Three away wins in a row ... if the Springboks can secure that feat by seeing off ...

Boks stay 5th in rankings, but close gap on England

Cape Town - Following their 26-20 win over Scotland in Edinburgh, the Springboks remain fifth in the official World Rugby ...

Haiti Protesters Demand President's Ouster

PORT-AU-PRINCE - A national holiday meant to honor the 215th anniversary of the battle of Vertieres, a major victory for ...

Migrant Caravan Triggers Protests in Tijuana, Mexico

TIJUANA, MEXICO - Hundreds of Tijuana residents congregated around a monument in an affluent section of the city south of ...

Peru: Ex-President Has Sought Asylum in Uruguay

Former Peruvian President Alan Garcia has sought asylum in Uruguay's diplomatic mission hours after a judge retained his passport as ...

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Ireland's Keywords Studios acquires Canada's Snowed In

DUBLIN, Ireland - Following its successful acquisition of Hollywood-based Blindlight, Irish video-gaming company Keywords Studios has now announced its latest accomplishment. Keywords r ...

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