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Zimbabwe mourns Bennett, 'sharpest thorn' in Mugabe's side

Zimbabwe mourns Bennett, 'sharpest thorn' in Mugabe's side

Zimbabwe mourns white farmer and opposition leader Bennett, 'sharpest thorn' in Mugabe's side
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Former Catalan leader seeks long-distance 'tech' government

Former Catalan leader seeks long-distance 'tech' government

Catalonia's fugitive former leader, who wants his old job back, says new technologies would allow him to govern from Belgium
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Modest gains for world shares as US government closure looms

Modest gains for world shares as US government closure looms

Modest gains for world shares as US government closure looms, dollar retreats
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China's birthrate dropped despite allowing 2-child families

China's birthrate dropped despite allowing 2-child families

The birthrate in China fell last year despite the country easing family planning policies and allowing all couples to have two children
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A year after Jammeh's exit, Gambia emerges from the shadows

A year after Jammeh's exit, Gambia emerges from the shadows

A year after Jammeh's exit, Gambia emerges from the shadows; 'Time to rebuild a country'
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Storm's death toll in Germany rises to at least 8

Storm's death toll in Germany rises to at least 8

Authorities in Germany say the death toll from a storm that swept across Europe has increased to at least eight
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Belarus bristles at Kazakhstan's offer to host Ukraine talks

Belarus bristles at Kazakhstan's offer to host Ukraine talks

Belarus has mocked Kazakhstan's suggestion that it could serve as a new venue for Ukraine peace talks previously hosted by Minsk
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New UNICEF chief to engage private sector to help children

New UNICEF chief to engage private sector to help children

New UNICEF chief to engage private sector to help children; makes South Sudan her 1st stop
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Players turn up the heat on Australian Open weather policy

Players turn up the heat on Australian Open weather policy

French player Alize Cornet thinks the extreme heat policy at the Australian Open needs to be re-evaluated, saying she nearly fainted in the scorching temperatures during her third-round match at Melbourne Park
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AP PHOTOS: Horses leap through fire in old Spanish festival

AP PHOTOS: Horses leap through fire in old Spanish festival

AP PHOTOS: Horses leap through fire in old Spanish festival
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