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South African designer Palesa Mokubung says her success should inspire other African women.

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Italian President Sergio Mattarella agreed to a new round of consultations with party leaders Tuesday to resolve Italy's political crisis. Speaking to reporters in Rome Thursday, two days after the collapse of the country's populist government, the president said if no coalition wins a parliamentary approval, he could form a caretaker government or hold early elections.

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The first Official Comic Book Convention or Comic Con for short, happened in New York in 1964. Since then, the world of comic books has moved to TV, the movies, and video games, and these conventions have become huge events.

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A Chinese general warned of potential countermeasures if the US goes ahead with the sale of advanced F-16V fighter jets to Taiwan 

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The General Security of Military Information Agreement was signed in November 2016

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Fans had gathered to see rapper Soolking perform in Algiers when the stampede happened, reports say.

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Greenland and the rest of the Arctic region are taking on new geopolitical and economic importance as warmer temperatures cause the ice to retreat

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The elite university accepted about $800,000 from foundations under Epstein’s control

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The North also warns the US against imposing more sanctions, calling it a 'miscalculation'

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The North also warns the US against imposing more sanctions, calling it a 'miscalculation'

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A driver's license or state-issued photo ID and a Social Security number are necessary

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The 91-year-old Boston Celtics star was praised by President Donald Trump as 'one of the all-time greats in the history of sports'

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Construction crews broke ground Thursday on a small portion of the $664 million border fence project in the Arizona desert that is funded through President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration

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Boeing Co's 737 Max was grounded worldwide in March after two crashes within five months in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people

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Otters top a list of endangered animals being pushed toward extinction by social media-fueled trade

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Thirty-eight former students of a Manhattan high school operated by Yeshiva University are suing the university over their claims they were sexually abused

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Walmart says it will reopen its El Paso store where 22 people were killed in a shooting this month, but only after the entire interior of the store is rebuilt

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YouTube says the videos were acting in a coordinated way to spread misinformation about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong

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Two master sergeants were killed in an 'active combat situation'

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Data have shown the ship, the Adrian Darya, formerly called Grace 1, was last heading toward Greece, although Greece's prime minister said it was not heading to his country

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He'd said a day earlier that he was ending his 2020 presidential bid after nearly six months

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Russia called for the meeting, complaining Washington wants to ‘flex their muscles,’ while the US maintains Moscow ‘deliberately violated’ the treaty

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A federal official said the officers were arrested on charges related to the 2015 shootings in the western state of Michoacan

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Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says there are no civilians left in specified area of Idlib province; most have left because of constant shelling by regime forces 

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The French president calls the thousands of fires burning in the vitally-important ecosystem an 'international crisis'

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