‘New Zealand cares’: Thousands attend Christchurch attack vigil
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‘New Zealand cares’: Thousands attend Christchurch attack vigil

Christchurch, New Zealand – Thousands of New Zealanders have attended a mass vigil in Christchurch to mourn the 50 Muslims killed in an attack on two mosques. Nearly 40,000 people…

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NZ grapples with questions in wake of mosque killings
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NZ grapples with questions in wake of mosque killings

Christchurch, New Zealand – A week of national mourning, new gun-control laws and emphatic declarations of “This is not us” – New Zealanders have been forceful in denouncing…

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At least six people wounded in rocket attack on central Israel
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At least six people wounded in rocket attack on central Israel

A rocket fired from Gaza struck a home in central Israel on Monday wounding six people. The sounds of air raid sirens woke up the residents of the…

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Serbs Resume Protests Week After Invasion Of State TV Building
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Serbs Resume Protests Week After Invasion Of State TV Building

Thousands of Serbs took to the streets of Belgrade a week after demonstrators invaded and briefly occupied the state television building in protest against what they say is…

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NATO Confirms Plans For $260 Million U.S. Storage Site In Poland
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NATO Confirms Plans For $260 Million U.S. Storage Site In Poland

NATO has confirmed that it plans to establish a storage facility in Poland for U.S. military equipment, including armored vehicles, ammunition, and weapons to arm a full brigade.…

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Serbia, Kosovo Mark Anniversary Of NATO Bombings, But View It Very Differently
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Serbia, Kosovo Mark Anniversary Of NATO Bombings, But View It Very Differently

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic blasted NATO’s 1999 bombing campaign of his country, claiming it was “a crime” that led to the deaths of 2,500 civilians and billions of…

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How Chechnya is helping rehabilitate former ISIL members
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How Chechnya is helping rehabilitate former ISIL members

With the self-declared “caliphate” of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) now erased, there are questions over what happens to foreign fighters and…

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‘We have nothing’: A life in limbo for Malaysia’s Yemeni refugees
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‘We have nothing’: A life in limbo for Malaysia’s Yemeni refugees

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Mahmoud was well into his shift baking bread when a burst of urgent shouts warned him of an approaching cordon of men in uniform.…

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Yemen conflict: Who controls what
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Iraq’s parliament fires governor over Mosul ferry disaster
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Iraq’s parliament fires governor over Mosul ferry disaster

Iraq’s parliament has sacked the governor of the northern province of Nineveh where more than 100 people died when a ferry capsized three days ago, triggering grief and anger among residents.…

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