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When the Syrian war began, the government of Abkhazia moved to bring ethnically Abkhaz-Syrians back to their homeland. [Read More]
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All the developments since the UN tightened sanctions on August 4. [Read More]
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Navalny was arrested last month as he prepared to travel to the city of Nizhny Novgorod to lead a rally. [Read More]
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Powerful storm, locally know as Paolo, barrels in from the northwest Pacific, potentially disrupting election process. [Read More]
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In Los Angeles, landscape architects have gathered to focus on sustainability and designing for an era of global warming and climate change at the 2017... [Read More]
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Argentina's midterm congressional election issues, such as the economy, inflation and rising crime, have been overshadowed by the discovery of the body of Santiago Maldonado,... [Read More]
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Italy's wealthy northern regions of Lombardy and Veneto are going to vote on whether to take more control over their own affairs. The result of... [Read More]
Top US diplomat offers little optimism as he visits Riyadh and Doha in new push to resolve Gulf diplomatic dispute. [Read More]
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Top US diplomat offers little optimism as he visits Riyadh and Doha in new push to resolve Gulf diplomatic dispute. [Read More]
More than 10 years after African Union peacekeepers were deployed, why is the coastal city still plagued by bombings? [Read More]
A US aircraft carrier completed a week of massive joint naval exercises with warships from South Korea. [Read More]
Strictly controlled government checkpoint has severely curbed freedom of movement, residents say. [Read More]
Somalia has witnessed some of its deadliest attacks this year. [Read More]
If and when Rex Tillerson quits, he'll leave behind a gutted State Department that has been run like a business. [Read More]
How President Xi Jinping wants to reboot China's economy with robotics, electric cars and control of the internet. [Read More]
The many ways in which the assassination of the North Korean leader could lead to a total disaster. [Read More]
Forensics experts conclude the Nobel laureate did not die from cancer, casting suspicion on the Pinochet regime. [Read More]
Japan votes in snap elections, anger in Catalonia as Spain tightens grip following referendum and orphans learn kung fu. [Read More]
Dozens of troops were killed in a gun battle with fighters in the country's western desert. [Read More]
After outcry, Tedros says he is 'rethinking' the appointment of Zimbabwe leader as goodwill envoy for UN health agency. [Read More]
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