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United Nations launches independent probe into South Sudan rampage

A spokesman for Machar on Thursday said the former vice president had escaped to a nearby country. Tanks shelled and helicopters strafed Juba, the capital city, a few weeks ago in a fight between Mr...

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Convoy of IS fighters allowed to leave Syrian city

Convoy of IS fighters allowed to leave Syrian city

The sources, who spoke anonymously due to security fears, told Anadolu Agency that the PYD was setting the land registry and civil registry buildings on fire in an alleged attempt to change the demo...

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Is This the Most Usain Bolt Photo Ever Taken?

Is This the Most Usain Bolt Photo Ever Taken?

Meanwhile, the U.S.' Gatlin, who's served two doping bans, was reportedly booed. Gatlin returned to the track in 2010, claiming Olympic bronze at London 2012 and losing to Bolt in the 2015 World Cha...

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Turkey, Iran pledge cooperation over Syria

But Russian-Turkish relations have warmed amid pique in Ankara that Washington and other Western capitals did not seem more supportive after the attempted military coup against President Recep Tay...

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Hillary Clinton about Trump's racism

Hillary Clinton about Trump's racism

More than seven months since her last formal press conference , the former secretary of State addressed a room full of journalists and took a few questions. In her question, Montenegro referred to s...

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Egyptian Olympic Committee opens investigation following judoka's snub of Israeli

Egyptian Olympic Committee opens investigation following judoka's snub of Israeli

After Sasson had defeated El Shehaby on Friday and the pair retook their places in front of the referee, the Egyptian backed away when Sasson bowed and approached him to shake hands. "But I can not sa...

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