Nearly 116 civilians killed in US air and drone strikes
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Nearly 116 civilians killed in US air and drone strikes

US attacks outside conflict zones have killed a lot of civilians. (File) Up to 116 civilians were killed in controversial drone and air strikes by the US outside…

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China: Bus crash kills 26
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China: Bus crash kills 26

The bus crash took place in the Northern China in the town of Tianjin. A bus in northern China has fallen off an expressway into a ditch, killing…

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Recreational Marijuana to Become Legal in Canada by 2017
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Recreational Marijuana to Become Legal in Canada by 2017

Global News correspondent Monique Muise reported on Thursday morning, June 30, 2016, at 11.56 a.m. EDT, a possible change in the legal status of marijuana in works for…

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Raghuram Rajan Is a True Academician and Will Always Remain One [Video]
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Raghuram Rajan Is a True Academician and Will Always Remain One [Video]

Raghuram Rajan, governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), recently commanded attention when he communicated his decision not to return for a second term after his current three-year-tenure ends…

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2 Explosions Rip Through Istanbul Airport Killing 36 and Injuring 147 [Updated]
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2 Explosions Rip Through Istanbul Airport Killing 36 and Injuring 147 [Updated]

Associated Press (AP) News reported twin explosions that ripped through Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport on June 28, 2016, at 10.25 p.m. EEST.  Turkey Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag confirmed that…

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Brexit Vote to Break From the EU Leaves the Kingdom in Question
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Brexit Vote to Break From the EU Leaves the Kingdom in Question

Brexit has been decided, and Britain will break from the European Union, leaving in question how the United Kingdom will move forward. The results of the vote were…

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Hunting Humans May Be Next Trend for the Rich
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Hunting Humans May Be Next Trend for the Rich

Hunting has always been a controversial topic with a variety of viewpoints. The topic is generally a debate of animal rights. However, according to a British tourism expert…

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Clock ticking, strategy tricky, but GOP leaders say tweaks in North Carolina LGBT law still possible
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Clock ticking, strategy tricky, but GOP leaders say tweaks in North Carolina LGBT law still possible

People watch a singer perform during the 16th annual gay pride celebrations to mark the upcoming International Gay Pride Day. (Source: AP) The window is small and the…

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Trump not speaking for the spirit of the American people: Obama
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Trump not speaking for the spirit of the American people: Obama

As per latest polls, two in three Americans think that Trump (left) is not qualified to lead the country which Obama quoted while speaking about the presumptive Republican…

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EU leaders meets without Britain for first time since Brexit vote
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EU leaders meets without Britain for first time since Brexit vote

EU Heads of State and Government leave the stage after a group photo at an EU summit in Brussels on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP photo) Europe’s leaders…

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