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Poll: Clinton Unpopularity at New High, on Par With Trump

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Hillary Clinton’s unpopularity reached a new high in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, putting her on par with Donald Trump among registered voters. The latest findings solidify their positions ...

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Italy holds mass funeral for victims in hill-top town worst affected by victims

Italy held a second mass funeral for the victims of its devastating earthquake on Tuesday, as firefighters continued to scour the rubble for more bodies The funeral was held in ...

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Iran Targets Latin America

Three years ago, as the Obama Administration began to pave the way for a rapprochement with Iran, the State Department offered soothing reassurances to Congress that the Iranian regime’s influence ...

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How Do We Deal With a Self-Isolating China?

“It’s on China not to be isolated,” said Admiral Harry Harris to David Feith of the Wall Street Journal in an interview published this month. “It’s on them to conduct ...

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British and Australian suspects reconstruct death of Bali police officer

A British and Australian couple accused in the killing of a police officer in Balihave taken part in a reconstruction at Kuta beach. Sara Connor, from Byron Bay, and David ...

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UN under pressure to set up inquiry into Syria aid programme

The United Nations is under increasing pressure to set up an independent inquiry into its Syria aid programme after a Guardian investigation found contracts worth tens of millions of dollars ...

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Rudy Giuliani: I’ve ‘saved more black lives’ than Beyoncé

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Monday that he had “saved more black lives” than Beyoncé, following the singer’s heralded MTV Music Video Awards performance, which made ...

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Key Isis leader killed in Syria, jihadi group says

Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of Islamic State’s longest-serving and most prominent leaders, has been killed in Syria, the group’s Amaq news agency reported. The jihadi group’s spokesman was killed “while ...

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Museum of African American History displays range from slavery to Prince

From slave shackles to Prince’s tambourine: when the Smithsonian’s African American museum opens next month, it will offer visitors a layered journey through the long and complicated history of black ...

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Marco Rubio wins Florida senate primary to launch political comeback

John McCain and Marco Rubio have sealed a night of comebacks for the political establishment with the senators seeing off primary challenges to secure the Republican nominations for crucial senate ...

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