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Experts are analyizing a piece of a wing discovered in the Indian Ocean Wednesday to determine if it belongs to Flight MH370 Malaysia Airlines that went missing in March 2014. A piece of airplane debris has been found...
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Wednesday he's gotten more than a million responses to his request for comments on how U.S. currency should be redesigned and recommendations for what woman should...
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A young Sudanese asylum seeker was crushed to death by a lorry early today after migrants attempted to enter the Channel Tunnel as the crisis in Calais continued. Police said that up to 1,500 attempts had been made to...
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As the U.S. and Turkey begin clearing Islamic State fighters from Syria’s northwestern border, their ambitious mission raises a new set of troubling questions, chief among them: Who will provide the military muscle to...
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WASHINGTON — More than two years after in excess of 160,000 people signed an official White House petition asking President Barack Obama to pardon Edward Snowden, the government is finally responding. ......
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MUZAFFARGARH: Malik Ishaq, chief of banned sectarian outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, his two sons Usman and Haq Nawaz, and 11 others were killed in an alleged exchange of fire with police personnel late on Tuesday night. At...
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David Cameron thinks corruption is a bad thing and wishes Britain to set a global example of virtue. He is worried that his capital city, London, might become “a safe haven for corrupt money from around the world”, indeed for “plundered and laundered cash”. According to Transparency International, a tenth of the properties in Westminster alone are now owned offshore and anonymously. Streets and apartment blocks across the West End, Kensington and Chelsea are lying empty and silent. It is obscene. ...