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Ireland's ambassador to Washington holds out hope for creative solution but wants legally binding agreement 

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A federal judge in California has sided with the Trump campaign's effort to block a California law aimed at forcing him to release his tax returns

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The Nigerian government is embarking on a massive cleanup project to tackle decades of oil pollution in the southern Niger Delta region

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Ed Buck will be charged with distributing methamphetamine resulting in the death of another man, according to the official with knowledge of the investigation

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The two powers blocked efforts to establish a cease-fire in Idlib, where 3 million Syrians are living in dire humanitarian conditions

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South Sudan President Kiir holds a prayer meeting at the Presidential Palace to reiterate his pledge to start a unity government in November and to order soldiers to stop robbing citizens

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Virtual tie between left and right dims Netanyahu's hopes for a record-setting fifth term as Israeli prime minister

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Secretary of state announces cuts before House committee hearing, accusing Afghan government of corruption and lack of transparency 

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According to Sefcovic, all parties agreed a future contract would be based on EU law, and that Ukraine's Naftogaz should be unbundled

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Senior US military officials claim deepening cooperation to resolve tensions over Syria, as Erdogan threatens unilateral action against key US Syrian Kurdish ally

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Artifacts have been given to Sudan's national museum

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The comments by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif represented the starkest warning yet by Iran in a long summer of mysterious attacks and incidents following the collapse of Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, more than a year after President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the U.S.

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The phone is the first of its mobile devices not to carry popular Google apps because of US sanctions

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Media reports, citing former US officials, say communications mentioning a promise by Trump to a foreign leader sparked an intelligence community whistleblower complaint

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Trudeau apologized after Time magazine published a photograph of him wearing dark makeup at a party 18 years ago

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UNESCO classifies Yakunte language as extinct, but Yiaku, indigenous tribe in Mukogodo Forest and its environs in Laikipia, county in north central Kenya, are fighting to keep it alive

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The Vermont senator acknowledges that many of his top proposals, which were dismissed as radical four years ago, have been adopted by others in the crowded 2020 Democratic presidential field

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The filmmakers’ guild wants the selection procedure for the ongoing annual Polish Film Festival in Gdynia to become independent from its organizers

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President Emmanuel Macron has acknowledged the yellow vest protests has made him aware that he needed to be less disconnected

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Former British Prime Minister John Major accuses current leader Boris Johnson of a 'conspicuous' failure to explain why he suspended Parliament for five weeks, as a landmark Brexit case at the Supreme Court came to a head on Thursday

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A pregnant woman or newborn dies every 11 seconds somewhere in the world, mostly of preventable causes, UN data shows

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Kenyan civic society groups meet in Nairobi to discuss proposed bill that if passed into law would help preserve and safeguard disappearing dialects

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The ruling by the Tokyo District Court ended the only criminal trial related to the nuclear accident that has kept tens of thousands of residents away from their homes because of lingering radiation contamination

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Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was forced from power and into exile by a landmark popular uprising in early 2011, sparking revolts across the Arab world

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Dozens of artists repaints the walls of the army headquarters after the dispersal of the pro-democracy protesters 3rd June

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