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The players sued the federation last year, claiming they have not been paid equally under their collective bargaining agreement to what the men's national team receives under its labor deal

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Juan Guaidó on Monday denied having anything to do with an ex-Green Beret who claimed responsibility for a deadly beach invasion aimed at arresting socialist leader Nicolás Maduro

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The Department of Homeland Security and FBI outline several possible tactics Russians could use

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The battle against coronavirus continues, as countries see ups and downs

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The high court blocked the Brazilian president's effort to appoint a family friend

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Monday's attack was the fifth such strike in two weeks on suspected Iranian targets 

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Officials had hoped a peace deal signed in February by the United States and the Taliban would lead to intra-Afghan negotiations that could serve as a new foundation of peace for a country plagued by more than 18 consecutive years of war

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How many end up at risk depends on how much carbon dioxide emissions are reduced and how fast the world population grows

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Nigeria has eased some coronavirus lockdown measures to reduce damage to the economy. The move Monday followed weeks of a nationwide shutdown that hurt millions of businesses. Timothy Obiezu reports from Abuja on warnings by critics that easing restrictions could lead to more damage to public health.

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The tri-border area where Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso converge has seen a surge in violent attacks by Islamist militants

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Eight vaccine candidates are undergoing human testing in clinics in China, the United States, Britain and Germany

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Clarence Thomas, who had asked only two questions in 14 years, asks four questions

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The Pulitzer Prizes in journalism were first awarded in 1917 and are considered the field's most prestigious honor in the US.

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Turks, like the rest of the world, are waiting for a coronavirus vaccine, but until one comes – many think cologne may be the answer  

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Unusual decision to probe brief detention of two journalists followed Telegram alert by Human.uz news outlet

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Architect of Trump administration China policy makes direct appeal to Chinese people  

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Human Rights Watch says its drone investigation of al-Hota gorge revealed at least six bodies floating in water at the bottom of the site, and more remains likely lie below water’s surface

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Bay Area food banks are rising to the challenge to meet high demand

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With the number of coronavirus infections continuing to rise in Turkey, the country is – like many others – anxiously awaiting a vaccine. Until one comes, many Turks are turning to an old tradition: perfume.

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Arphine Rahelisoa, who heads the pro-opposition newspaper Valisoa, was charged on April 4 with 'inciting hatred' after running a blog that notably said 'COVID-19, lockdown, Andry Rajoelina, killer'

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The testing, which kicked off Friday and continues this week, has so far uncovered dozens of new positive cases

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The number of confirmed cases in the country jumped from 6 to 49

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6,000 people from 2,000 US families will be enrolled in the government-funded HEROS study

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Leaders discuss opening international travel between two nations with trans-Tasman ‘travel bubble’ as lockdown measures begin to be lifted

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