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    Ancient Skeleton Uncovered During Hurricane Ophelia
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    North Korea: Having Nuclear Weapons Is a ‘Matter of Life and Death’
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    Piece of Italian Basilica Falls off, Kills Spanish Tourist
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    Sao Paulo’s Mayor to Feed City’s Poor With ‘Dog Food’
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    11-Year-Old Boy With Down’s Syndrome Becomes Model for High Street Fashion Company
  • British Airways Apologizes for Bed Bugs on Transatlantic Flight
    British Airways Apologizes for Bed Bugs on Transatlantic Flight
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    Seven-Year-Old Left Covered in Bed Bug Bites on British Airways Flight
  • Czechs Elect New Parliament, Rich Businessman Likely Next Prime Minister
    Czechs Elect New Parliament, Rich Businessman Likely Next Prime Minister
  • Merkel Sends Positive Signal to May on Brexit Talks
    Merkel Sends Positive Signal to May on Brexit Talks
  • US Carrier Patrols Off Korean Peninsula Announcing It’s Ready to Defend South Korea
    US Carrier Patrols Off Korean Peninsula Announcing It’s Ready to Defend South Korea
  • Australia Says It Welcomes Chinese Students as Long as They Respect Freedom of Speech
    Australia Says It Welcomes Chinese Students as Long as They Respect Freedom of Speech
  • Maltese Journalist Probably Killed by Remotely Detonated Bomb, Government Says
    Maltese Journalist Probably Killed by Remotely Detonated Bomb, Government Says
  • Merkel Presses Allies to Cut Funds for Turkey’s EU Bid
    Merkel Presses Allies to Cut Funds for Turkey’s EU Bid
  • Britain Seeks New Ways to Detect Explosives in Airports
    Britain Seeks New Ways to Detect Explosives in Airports
  • Uncovered 4,000-Year-Old Wooden Head Thought to Be of Egypt’s Queen Ankhnespepy II
    Uncovered 4,000-Year-Old Wooden Head Thought to Be of Egypt’s Queen Ankhnespepy II
  • Putin: Trump Should Be Respected
    Putin: Trump Should Be Respected
  • US Drone Strike Kills Pakistani Taliban Leader: Spokesman
    US Drone Strike Kills Pakistani Taliban Leader: Spokesman
  • Ardern to Be Next New Zealand PM, Spelling Changes for Economy, Immigration
    Ardern to Be Next New Zealand PM, Spelling Changes for Economy, Immigration
  • US Carrier Patrols Off Korean Peninsula in Warning to Pyongyang
    US Carrier Patrols Off Korean Peninsula in Warning to Pyongyang
  • South Korean Army Lays Out Plans to Take out North’s Artillery and SCUD Facilities
    South Korean Army Lays Out Plans to Take out North’s Artillery and SCUD Facilities
  • China’s Investments in Latin America Could Turn Into Military Assets Against US, Says Expert
    China’s Investments in Latin America Could Turn Into Military Assets Against US, Says Expert
  • More Weather Turmoil for Britain as Storm Brian Is Named
    More Weather Turmoil for Britain as Storm Brian Is Named
  • Signs of Activity Around Unfinished North Korea Hotel
    Signs of Activity Around Unfinished North Korea Hotel
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    Car Crash Leaves 6 Dead in Ukraine, Driver Is a 20-Year-Old Heiress
  • Source: North Korea Constructing First Nuclear-Strike Sub
    Source: North Korea Constructing First Nuclear-Strike Sub
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    Victoria Ranked Best Canadian City to Be a Woman; Windsor Ranked Worst