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Fayez al-Sarraj says he is ready for a 'peaceful transition of power' once agreement is reached on new leaders and a new government

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News of charges follow an indictment of two other Iranians accused of participating in similar attacks

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Known as ‘Stan,’ it’s one of the largest, most complete T-rex skeletons

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Democratic challenger erases some of the president's polling lead on economic issues

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But the former commander of the US Central Command, General Joseph Votel, adds that the US and its allies have 'significant military capabilities' in the region that could respond in case of increased violence in Afghanistan

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College towns across the US have emerged as virus hot spots in recent weeks as schools struggle to contain the virus

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UN organization calls for governments to provide health workers with proper protections

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This week on Healthy Living, Michel Zaffran, the Director for Polio Eradication with the World Health Organization, tells us how Africa has been declared polio-free

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US accuses Iran of using ministry to advance its global agenda

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Sixty combatants on both sides died in 24 hours, even as delegates of the two adversaries negotiate in Doha, Qatar

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Some residents of England will not be allowed to socialize outside their homes

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NOAA, NASA scientists say the sun is in the first year of new activity cycle

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12,500 refugees and migrants stranded in makeshift tents are moving to an army-built facility on the island of Lesbos

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American caught up in strongman Lukashenko’s drive to stay in power

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European lawmakers also support sanctioning Alexander Lukashenko over disputed reelection, violent crackdown on protesters

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Rights advocates say those who have been committing the violations are still in a position of power in the new government 

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The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv said the U.S. Army-led Rapid Trident exercises, taking place near Yavoriv in western Ukraine, would involve about 4,000 servicemen from 10 countries

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Findings could complicate attempts by Somali transfer companies to retain access to international banking services

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860,000 figure was 33,000 lower than the week before, but still historically high

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Demonstrators have held two months of near-daily rallies to demand former junta leader Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's removal and changes to constitution

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Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh says that New Delhi wants a peaceful resolution to border dispute with China but is prepared for all contingencies to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity

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But this global crisis has also allowed the battered industry to rethink and plan for a new, different way of doing things

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Toxicology tests taken in Germany showed the Kremlin critic had been poisoned with a nerve agent from the Soviet-era Novichok chemical group

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Sally wreaks havoc in coastal region of Alabama and Florida Wednesday before weakening to tropical depression

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