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Walter Wallace Jr. was shot to death by police after his family reportedly called for an ambulance to get him help with a mental health crisis.

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Presidential candidate Tundu Lissu says the election was "marred by irregularities at all stages".

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Although Muslim Americans make up only 1% of the U.S. population, their concentration in battleground states could determine the 2020 election.

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Confederation of African Football president Ahmad has been found to have breached Fifa's codes of ethics, BBC Sport Africa understands.

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Nikkei index in Tokyo loses 0.3% in its trading session

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India posts 8 million total coronavirus cases, second only to US

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He came in contact with a dinner guest who tested positive for coronavirus

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“Are you for or against this?” asked MSNBC's Ari Melber.

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La Suisse is one of a handful of cycling clubs in the DRC’s capital

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Local police chief bleeds to death after being slashed by rooster’s metal blade  during a raid on an illegal cockfight

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Some vets are reconsidering their political leanings and voting on the issues that matter most to them

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Peru extends state of emergency through November

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At a Senate hearing just days before the US election, lawmakers criticized technology firms -- and each other

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Men were convicted in attacks on a club and hotel

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Algeria’s president was transferred from hospital in Algiers to Germany on Wednesday, officials said, days after the 74-year-old went into self-isolation following reports of suspected coronavirus cases among his aides.

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August's poisoning of Alexei Navalny may have been Vladimir Putin's most audacious act of revenge towards an opposition figure. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the Russian leader's pattern of silencing opposition to his regime via poisoning and targeting killings with Putin critic and chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov and Matthew Rojansky, director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute.

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Days until the November 3 election, both campaigns are making their last push to voters

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The president's U-turn over a third-term bid has opened up wounds in a country with a history of civil wars.

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With more than half of US voters casting ballots early or by mail, even more absentee ballots are being tossed out in key battleground states

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Trump's adviser for South and Central Asia says 'important shifts in the last several years led us to update our approach'

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Days before US presidential election, US secretary of state is touring South Asia, seeking to counter growing Chinese influence in region

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Human rights activists express concern over what they call an uptick of blasphemy accusation cases against the Shiite minority in Pakistan – more than 40 in the month of August alone

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Ephraim, a British-Nigerian activist at the heart of the End Sars protests in Lagos, talks about what he saw.

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Two Islamists are convicted of carrying out two attacks targeting foreigners, in which 25 people died.

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