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More than a dozen children are among the dead. [Read More]
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The terrorist gang is known for beheading Western hostages on camera. [Read More]
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More than 19,000 kids have been lured into combat since the civil war erupted. [Read More]
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Parliament is fast-tracking a new workplace harassment bill after a number of political leaders were forced to resign over alleged misconduct in recent w... [Read More]
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Bill Richardson said the board "is likely to become a cheerleading squad for government policy." [Read More]
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Tal Schneider, a political correspondent with business newspaper Globes, said she felt like "a second-class citizen" from behind the fence at the wall. [Read More]
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Leaders at the World Economic Forum are taking not-so-subtle swipes at the U.S. president. [Read More]
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A reporter from Finland was also reportedly strip searched and told to remove her bra during a security check. [Read More]
The president suggested the U.S. needs fewer immigrants from Haiti and Africa, and more from Norway. [Read More]
Slashed prices caused a run on supermarkets. [Read More]
The UNHCR has said the ultimatum would violate international refugee law, and two East African nations deny making any deals on the matter with Israel. [Read More]
Brace yourselves, and educate yourselves. [Read More]
But one expert warns the clashes "represent one of the most serious challenges to the Islamic Republic since its inception." [Read More]
Experts weigh in on what stands between the president and a U.S. nuclear launch. Hint: It's not a button. [Read More]
It's tough to believe so much weirdness was crammed into a single year. [Read More]
Alberto Nisman was found dead hours before he was due to testify against top government officials. [Read More]
Only four people have been transported to Damascus hospitals so far. Others have died waiting. [Read More]
"The background check system only works if it contains the proper records," said Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney. [Read More]
Clashes between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un dominated headlines this year. [Read More]
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