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Turkey must release pro-Kurdish opposition leader, court rules

The European Court of Human Rights called on Turkey to release the imprisoned leader of a pro-Kurdish opposition group Tuesday, ruling that detention was motivated by "stifling pluralism."

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Officer attacked by knife-wielding man outside police station in Brussels

A man wielding a knife has been shot after he attacked an officer outside a police station in central Brussels early on Tuesday morning, a Brussels police spokesman told CNN.

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Barcelona commuter train derails, at least one dead

At least one person was killed and six injured when a commuter train carrying around 150 people was derailed near the Spanish city of Barcelona, ...

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Jacques Chirac Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Jacques Chirac and learn more about the former president of France.

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US Navy sailor on board Norwegian frigate that sank after collision

A US Navy sailor was serving as an exchange officer onboard the Norwegian naval frigate that was struck by a freighter and has now almost entirely ...

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Yemen's Hodeidah hit with violence amid talks of a ceasefire

Intense fighting has erupted in Yemen's strategic port city of Hodeidah after an ease in violence that had raised hopes for a ceasefire across the ...

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Dead whale in Indonesia had swallowed 1,000 pieces of plastic

Park officials found bags, plastic bottles, sandals and 115 plastic cups in the whale's stomach, weighing 13.2 lbs.

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Chinese marathon runner loses race after being handed national flag

To patriotically embrace the national flag, or win a marathon?

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PNG police officers attack parliament in APEC pay dispute

A group of police officers "stormed" Papua New Guinea's parliament on Tuesday over unpaid wages, damaging the building and reportedly assaulting staff, only days after international leaders attended a summit in the Pacific island nation.

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Aung San Suu Kyi Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Aung San Suu Kyi and learn more about the Burmese politician, activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

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Lion Air: Some are looking where to place the blame, others wonder if their pilot can fly their plane

The passengers on the Lion Air 610 flight were on board one of Boeing's newest, most-advanced planes. The pilots were more than experienced and the ...

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How anti-black bias in white men hurts black men’s health

Researchers have documented “large, pervasive and persistent” racial inequalities in the U.S. The post How anti-black bias in white men hurts black men’s health appeared first on theGrio.

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U.S. and Brazil Chose Similar Leaders. It May Lead to Smoother Relations.

President-elect Jair Bolsonaro’s enthusiasm for closer ties with America is among the starkest signs that Brazil’s foreign policy is about to undergo profound changes.

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Greek prosecutor investigates TV slur against basketballer

A Greek prosecutor is investigating televised remarks made by a sport commentator who allegedly called black basketball player Thanasis Antetokounmpo an "ape." The post Greek prosecutor investigates TV slur against basketballer appeared first on theGrio.

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WATCH: Here’s why people say Michelle Obama’s memoir is a game changer

There is no doubt that Becoming, the memoir from our forever FLOTUS Michelle Obama, is at the top of everyone’s reading list. The Hill reported that the memoir sold more than 725,000 copies on its first day on the market, making it one of the ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Brian Tyree Henry, Cynthia Erivo, and Michelle Rodriguez on ‘WIDOWS’

While Viola Davis is the driving force in Steve McQueen‘s latest film, WIDOWS, there’s an all-star supporting cast that delivers some ...

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Cam Newton huddles with large group of kids for Thanksgiving charity event

Cam Newton showed up and showed out for more than 1,200 kids who he served during his Thanksgiving Jam charitable event on Monday the Charlotte ...

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Chicago hospital shooting: Doctor, pharmacist and policeman mourned

A doctor who worked two jobs in medical college, a young cop and a newly graduated pharmacist died.

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Asia and Australia Edition: China, Interpol, Saudi Arabia: Your Wednesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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In unusual statement disputing the CIA and filled with exclamation points, Trump backs Saudi ruler after Khashoggi killing

"Maybe he did and maybe he didn't!" the president said of whether Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman knew of the journalist's slaying.

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In unusual statement disputing the CIA and filled with exclamation points, Trump backs Saudi ruler after Khashoggi killing

"Maybe he did and maybe he didn't!" the president said of whether Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman knew of the journalist's slaying.

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Trump defends Saudi Arabia ties despite Khashoggi murder

The president points to Saudi investments in the US amid anger over writer Jamal Khashoggi's murder.

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Midterm election Black voter turnout slightly down from 2016

Despite the fact that voter turnout showed a significant increase during the 2018 midterm elections than in other midterms in the past 50 years, ...

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U.K. ‘Coup’ Against Theresa May Falters. For Now.

Hard-line, pro-Brexit Conservatives thought they could force a confidence vote against the prime minister. Then, embarrassingly, their support melted ...

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J.R. Smith reportedly no longer with Cavaliers as team seeks trade

J.R. Smith — who’s guaranteed $18.59 million on a contract that will surely end after this — carries little trade value.

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Cameroon gunmen seize students from school

Gunmen enter a school in Kumba in the restive English-speaking area, abducting 20 pupils.

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Massachusetts makes history as first legal marijuana shops on East Coast open

"Obviously, it will be a historic artifact of tomorrow so I won’t be consuming it," said the mayor of Northampton, who became one of the first customers.

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