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Militia groups and white supremacists among those expected to mix with gun-rights activists, raising fears state could again see type of violence that exploded in Charlottesville in 2017

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Militia groups and white supremacists among those expected to mix with gun-rights activists, raising fears state could again see type of violence that exploded in Charlottesville in 2017

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The trial in the National Court could inflame secessionist sentiment again in Catalonia after several weeks of calm in the northeastern region

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The volcano shot ash 15 kilometers (nine miles) high in the January 12 eruption, which crushed scores of homes and killed livestock as well as crops

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Vietnam is one of the biggest markets for motorbikes in the world, but cars are increasingly popular as more people have the money to buy them for private use or to drive for Grab, the Uber of Southeast Asia

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Indigenous leaders say that ‘cultural burning techniques’ can help the country become more resilient to wildfires

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US leader's legal team argues that his pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival does not warrant his removal from office, while House prosecutors call the evidence against him ‘overwhelming'  

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Rescue teams were sent to Peyzawat county, an area east of the city of Kashgar, after the Sunday night quake

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Elsewhere in southern Iraq, hundreds of protesters burned tires and blocked main roads in several cities, including Nassiriya, Kerbala and Amara

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Officials say a footbridge on Indonesia's Sumatra island broke while it was packed with people and several fell into the overflowing river below and drowned

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The first stage of an extradition hearing for a senior executive of Chinese telecom giant Huawei is set to begin in a Vancouver courtroom

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'Parasite' has officially infected this year's award season

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The teams will play for the National Football League championship Feb. 2

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Report said poor women and girls were at the bottom of the scale, putting in "12.5 billion hours of unpaid care work each and every day," estimated to be worth at least $10.8 trillion a year

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The first Americans to be counted in the 2020 census live in a tiny community of 661, huddled together in a windswept Bering Sea village

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Officials say the government will no longer allow villagers to return to a crater-studded island where erupting Taal volcano lies

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Officers reportedly had responded to an assault call when they encountered a male with a firearm, who then opened fire, striking them both

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More than 2,000 migrants spent the night in Tecun Uman, on the Guatemalan side of the border, uncertain of their next steps

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Development marks dramatic spike in the reported number of new cases in just three days

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Development marks dramatic spike in the reported number of new cases in just three days

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More than 200 cases so far in central city of Wuhan; officials know very little about the new coronavirus

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Syrian government forces, backed by Russia, and rebel fighters in the in the country's northwestern province remain engaged in fighting after truce brokered last week by Russia and Turkey

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US leader’s legal team argues that his pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival does not warrant his removal from office, while House prosecutors call the evidence against him ‘overwhelming’

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US leader’s legal team argues that his pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival does not warrant his removal from office, while House prosecutors call the evidence against him ‘overwhelming’

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Many of his critics are skeptical of his assurances in the wake of new constitutional changes he announced last week

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