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Researchers say the world's last male northern white rhino, Sudan, has died after "age-related complications." A statement from the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya says the 45-year-old rhino was euthanized on Monday after his condition "worsened significantly" and he was no longer able to stand. The rhino had been part of... [Read More]
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When their bodies were found last week on the banks of New York's Hudson River, the sisters wore similar black leggings and fur-trimmed jackets, with their feet and waists bound together by duct tape. [Read More]
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The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is expected to be approved by all other member states... [Read More]
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The governments of Japan and South Korea are struggling to head off a diplomatic confrontation, after a court in Seoul ordered a Japanese company to pay damages to Korean workers forced to work as slave labourers during the Second World War. South Korea's Supreme Court ruled that Nippon Steel & Sumi... [Read More]
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Brazil's President-elect Jair Bolsonaro has often expressed admiration for Donald Trump and appears poised to follow the U.S. president in a radical overhaul of his nation's foreign policy — a …... [Read More]
The U.N. Security Council has approved a resolution welcoming stepped up efforts to try to restart negotiations to end the 42-year conflict over the mineral-rich Western Sahara between Morocco and the Polisario Front. Morocco annexed Western Sahara in 1975 and fought the Polisario Front until the U.N. brokered a cease-fire in 1991. [Read More]
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Both Republican and Democratic senators asked U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday to suspend civilian nuclear energy talks with Saudi Arabia after the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. [Read More]
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The prosecutor said in a statement that it was a "premeditated" attack. Jamal Khashoggi was strangled to death and then dismembered in a preplanned attack inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, a Turkish prosecutor said on Wednesday — the first official confirmation from Turkey's government about how the journalist died. It's the latest development in an ongoing, horrific murder case that sounds like it was pulled straight from the pages of a gruesome political thriller and threatens to undermine relations between Saudi Arabia and the world. In a statement released to the Turkish press on Wednesday, Istanbul's... [Read More]
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India inaugurated the world's tallest statue on Wednesday with fireworks, folk dances and floral tributes, deploying tight security amid an outcry by local groups over the soaring cost of the... [Read More]
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An Italian far-right militant who sported an "Auschwitzland" T-shirt during an extremist rally is being referred to the Polish prosecutor's office for "promotion of Nazi ideology" and "insulting the Auschwitz Memorial." [Read More]
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The Syrian Democratic Forces said Turkey is responsible for halting the fight against... [Read More]
Turkish attacks in Kurdish-controlled territory in northern Syria have led to a temporary halt in an offensive by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) against Islamic State in eastern Syria, the SDF said on Wednesday. [Read More]
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The editor of a British food publication has resigned after joking in an email about "killing vegans" and force-feeding them meat. [Read More]
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The world's last wilderness areas are rapidly disappearing, a report warns.        ... [Read More]
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Up and down the ballot, candidates on both sides of the aisle who are running for everything from New Mexico's top political post to legislative and judicial seats are capitalizing on the long-festering issue of crime as they hope to win over undecided voters in the sprint to Election Day. "In New Mexico, crime is out of control," U.S. Congressman and Republican gubernatorial candidate Steve Pearce declared during a news conference Tuesday. With the leader of the largest police officers' union in the state and other law enforcement officers standing at his side, Pearce said if elected he would... [Read More]
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A Christian woman who spent eight years on death row under Pakistan's blasphemy law was acquitted and ordered released Wednesday by the country's top court, a ruling that raised fears of violence by religious extremists who held angry protests over the verdict. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump kept up the pressure on Mexico Wednesday to halt groups of migrants heading to the American border, as the US enters the final stretch of campaigning before key midterm elections. Trump has sought to put immigration front and center ahead of next week's hotly-contested vote... [Read More]
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The group of Filipina expats were detained by intelligence officers who raided Riyadh compound after neighbours complained about the noise... [Read More]
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Germany's role as the defender of a liberal and tolerant Europe is in jeopardy in part because of a far-right political party that is gaining strength. We went to Chemnitz, where weekly protests take place against immigration, to see why the far right feels emboldened. [Read More]
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Mark Zuckerberg has already appeared in front of U.S. Congress and European Parliament but has snubbed U.K. lawmakers' request, sending other Facebook representatives in his place. [Read More]
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