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If annual UN General Assembly meeting of national leaders is always a window on the world, this year the window is opening directly onto their desks, presidential palaces and homelands

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A tornado spun along the beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, tossing up umbrellas and sand, Friday, September 25. (Reuters)

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Amy Coney Barrett, 48, is very popular among conservative evangelical Christians

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Rally organized by Proud Boys, self-described ‘Western chauvinist’ group

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But technical issues over oil payments and revenue distribution among Libya's three regions remain unclear

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Washington cites 'unacceptable risk' that equipment supplied to it could be used for military purposes

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Beating out 170,000 other students, Shamsia Alizada told VOA her 'goal is to prepare myself to become even the president' of Afghanistan

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Many dissidents and human rights defenders still arbitrarily detained for exercising their civic and democratic rights, Michelle Bachelet says

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Fatalities from Friday's jihadist attack in restive Borno state reportedly double as more bodies found

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The West African country has been due for a political reshuffle since President Faure Gnassingbe was reelected in February for a fourth term in office

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Adib had been in lengthy negotiations with political factions

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Kim Jong Un has offered a rare apology for the death

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Stabbings Took Place Near Former Charlie Hebdo Offices

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Attacker stabbed two people near the former offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo

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Parts of Europe turning to new restrictions as cases rise

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Most aboard military aircraft were students

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Most aboard the aircraft that went down in the country's Kharkiv region were Air Force cadets

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Twenty-six people died when the plane carrying air force cadets went down near a highway in northeastern Ukraine Friday evening; one cadet survived

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Taylor’s family calls for a transcript of grand jury proceedings

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The magazine called her the 'Voice of the Marginalized'

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Famous debate flubs that have defined American politics

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Famous debate flubs that have defined American politics

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President Jovenel Moise Tweeted photos of himself with the celebrity

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Pascal Alexandre’s conditional release was a key demand when Fantom 509 took to the streets earlier this month, setting fire to government buildings and official vehicles

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