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Cyclone may have killed more than 1,000 in Mozambique, President says

Cyclone Idai may have killed more than a thousand people in Mozambique, the country's President, Filipe Nyusi, said in an address to the nation broadcast on national radio Monday.

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Women's NCAA Tournament: 11-time champs UConn miss out on No1 seed

Huskies not among top seeds for first time since 2006ESPN apologize after releasing bracket early in errorBaylor, Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville are the No1 seeds in the women’s NCAA Tournament, leading a March Madness field that was revealed early thanks to a production error.The bracket was mistakenly put out by ESPN hours before ...

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Suspect arrested in deadly Netherlands tram shooting

Turkish-born Gokmen Tanis, 37, arrested in shooting that left three people dead on tram

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Homeless 3rd grader aims to become youngest chess grandmaster

One of the country's newest and youngest chess champions is being praised for his perseverance through incredible hardship. Tani Adewumi is just 8 ...

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New Zealand prime minister vows gun law reforms within days of mosque attacks

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vows to reform her country's gun laws in response to the worst mass shooting in the country's modern ...

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Jack the Ripper's identity may finally be known, thanks to DNA

Researchers tested blood and semen found on a shawl near the body of the killer's fourth victim, a woman whose mutilated body was found in September 1888.

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Haiti parliament ousts prime minister in no-confidence vote

Haitian Prime Minister Henry Ceant has been thrown out of office by a no-confidence vote prompted by government dysfunction and inability to quash inflation, blackouts and frequent opposition protests that have paralyzed the country

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Over 1,000 feared dead after cyclone slams into Mozambique

Mozambique’s president says more than 1,000 people are feared dead four days after a cyclone slammed into the country, submerging entire villages and leaving bodies floating in the floodwaters

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Pentagon sends Congress list of military projects that could be cut to fund Trump's wall

The U.S. Pentagon sent a 20-page list of military construction projects to Congress Monday as ...

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Cuban migrants kidnapped at Mexican border released: newspaper

A group of Cuban migrants reported as kidnapped at Mexico's northern border has been released, a newspaper reported on Monday, as officials continued ...

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Colombia: 1,000 Venezuelan forces crossed border since Feb.

Colombian authorities say about 1,000 members of the Venezuelan security forces have fled to Colombia since last month, abandoning the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

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U.S. freezes out top Afghan official in peace talks feud: sources

In fallout from a feud over U.S.-Taliban peace talks, a senior U.S. diplomat has told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that U.S. officials will no longer deal with his national security adviser, four knowledgable sources said on Monday.

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Gunman kills 3 on Dutch tram; mayor fears terrorism

A suspect is under arrest in a shooting that killed three people and wounded five on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht

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Brazil's Bolsonaro stops at CIA on first Washington visit

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visited the CIA on Monday as he sought support from the Trump administration for his security agenda and courted the U.S. business community on his first official trip to Washington.

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Suspect in Netherlands tram shooting arrested

Police had earlier released a photo of man they believed to be connected to the shooting.

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Third suspect in Netherlands tram shooting detained

Police had earlier released a photo of man they believed to be connected to the shooting.

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Pentagon sends Congress list of military construction projects that could be delayed to free up money for wall

They include new dining halls, schools and fire stations on bases, as well as firing ranges, aircraft hangars and flight simulation facilities. 

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The Latest: Spy agency says no threats ahead of massacre

New Zealand’s international spy agency has confirmed it had not received any relevant information or intelligence ahead of last week’s deadly mass shooting on two mosques

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Several injured in Utrecht tram shooting, Dutch police say

Multiple people have been injured after a shooting incident inside a tram in the Dutch town of Utrecht, authorities have confirmed.

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Khloé Kardashian says we should show love to racists – but why coddle them? | Yomi Adegoke

In the minds of many, being colourblind is seen as a type of kindness, that racism cannot exist if we are all just humansOver the weekend, Khloé ...

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Nicaragua talks on hold as both sides trade accusations

Nicaragua’s government and opposition are accusing each other of undermining the latest round political dialogue, after police arrested more than 100 ...

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Democrats request FBI investigation into massage parlor founder who met Trump – live

Four House committees asked FBI to investigate ‘credible allegations of ‘potential human trafficking’ and ‘unlawful foreign lobbying’ Sign up for the ...

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Canada's top civil servant to quit as scandal's toll on Trudeau mounts

The head of Canada's federal bureaucracy said on Monday he was quitting over his role in handling a corporate corruption case, dealing another blow ...

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Conservatives demand PM May's departure date for passing Brexit deal: FT

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been told by senior Conservative party colleagues that she will have to set a timetable for her departure date from Downing Street in return for passing her Brexit deal, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

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Afghan government, shut out of U.S.-Taliban peace talks, running short on options

President Ashraf Ghani’s administration is estranged from Washington and under pressure to postpone elections.

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Brazil waives visa requirement for Canadians as part of bid to boost tourism

Canadians will no longer need a visa to visit Brazil, as the South American country tries to boost tourism.

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