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New Malaria Vaccine to be Tested in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi

By Selena Hill (Image: Child with malaria in Ethiopia | Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons) In wake of World Malaria Day on Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it will begin testing the first malaria vaccine in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi starting in 2018. …read more

By Reuters North Korea said on Sunday it was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S. carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific. …read more

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By Yezmin Villarreal A group is hoping to start a “rainbow railroad” from Chechnya to Canada. …read more

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By Nancy Ing and F. Brinley Bruton and Reuters French officials said they have foiled an “imminent and violent attack” on the eve of pivotal presidential elections, arresting two men in the souther …read more

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By The Associated Press Italian rescue ships have plucked some 2,000 migrants from unseaworthy smugglers’ boats off the coast of Libya, with hundreds of them arriving Saturday in southern Italian ports. …read more

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By The Associated Press While tensions between his country and the United States appeared to be escalating rapidly, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made a high-profile appearance in Pyongyang on Thursday¬†…read more

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By Charlene Gubash and Saphora Smith and Daniella Silva and Associated Press The first explosion hit a church packed with worshipers celebrating Palm Sunday north of the Egyptian capital. Hours later, a second blast went off in front of a church in the coastal city of Alexandria. …read more

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By Shanifa Nasser Nearly six months after Charline Grant was “humiliated” by a school board trustee who referred to her using the “N-word,” the Toronto-area mother of three? …read more

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By Corinne Seminoff No sooner did U.S. President Donald Trump order his first decisive and direct attack on the Bashar al-Assad regime, Russia’s media scrambled to toe the Kremlin line and denounce it.¬†…read more

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By Nick Bailey and Alexander Smith and Shamar Walters and The Associated Press Eyewitnesses said there was panic at the scene after the truck plowed into the Ahlens department store in the city’s downtown. …read more

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