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Pope Francis has replaced the head of the Vatican's financial watchdog agency amid continuing fallout from a controversial Vatican police raid on his offices

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High court will decide whether to consider appellate court ruling that president's accounting firm must turn over eight years of his financial records to opposition Democratic lawmakers

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The International Atomic Energy Agency said in a statement that Iran's heavy water production plant was in operation and that its stock of heavy water reserves was 131.5 tons, above the 130-ton limit

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was expected to announce Monday that the U.S. is softening its position on Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, the latest in a series of Trump administration moves that weaken Palestinian claims to statehood

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Rajapaksa sworn in as Sri Lanka's new president

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Shooter was among the three killed, according to local paper the Duncan Banner

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Comoros hold visiting Egypt goalless as draws dominate Monday's 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

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Several international firms helped with theft of state funding, British lawmaker Peter Hain says.

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Pyongyang is upset over a UN resolution condemning the human rights situation in its country

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A food factory in the Libyan capital was hit by a drone, killing at least 10 people and injuring more than 35 others

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Bolivia's interim government said that its efforts to resupply La Paz face challenges because demonstrators have cut off some transport routes

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The battle over Huawei has also landed squarely in the middle of Trump's trade battle with Beijing

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Ukrainian, Chinese, Filipino and Saudi Arabian journalists honored at London ceremony

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US yogurt sales are in a multiyear slump and yogurt companies are scrambling to reverse the trend

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Case represents an important showdown pitting the powers of the presidency against the authority of Congress

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US leader has denied wrongdoing, but faces more testimony this week that he wanted Ukraine to open investigations to benefit him politically at a time he was withholding military aid to Kyiv

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International community continues to play key supporting role in bringing elections to the public

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Kuwait's ruler fired his own son and another Cabinet minister after they publicly feuded over accusations of corruption, ordering the prime minister to form a new government

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NIAMEY (Reuters) - Niger's main opposition leader Hama Amadou is back behind bars after returning home from three years exile in France with the intention of completing his sentence before running for president, his lawyer said.

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Comoros hold visiting Egypt to a 0-0 draw as Ghana edge past hosts Sao Tome in 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.

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The creature was reportedly being used to guard a house in the Nigerian city of Lagos.

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The first Zimbabwean dollar notes in ten years were released this week. But how did we get here?

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Lawmakers have agreed in principle to adopt a stop-gap spending bill to avert a partial shutdown of the federal government on Thursday

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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Online retailer Jumia Technologies, often called "the Amazon of Africa", suspended its e-commerce business in Cameroon on Monday, announcing in a statement that its transactional portal was "not suitable to the current context" in the country.

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Live broadcasts from the scene showed demonstrators huddled in large groups as they were sprayed with water

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