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By Jane C. Timm Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte crooned a love song at a gala in Manila, telling the room Donald Trump made him do it. …read more

By Tim Stelloh and Alex Johnson and Michelle Acevedo and Rima Abdelkader and Yelena Dzhanova The state news agency, IRNA, said Sunday night that the official death toll of 141 was expected to rise. It said 860 injuries had been counted so far. …read more

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By The Associated Press Hundreds of thousands of people backing Catalonia’s bid to secede from Spain packed the streets in downtown Barcelona Saturday to demand the release of jailed separatist leaders.…read more

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By Alastair Jamieson Saudi foriegn minister Adel al-Jubeir called Iran “outlaw state” and blamed it for a missile attack on Riyadh that “could be considered an act of war.” …read more

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By Reuters Police seized about 11 tonnes of cocaine from Colombia’s top crime gang on Wednesday, the biggest haul ever in the nation’s long-running fight against drug trafficking, President Juan Manuel Santos said.…read more

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By Andrew Freedman The U.S. now stands alone, as the only country opposed to the Paris Climate Agreement. At the U.N. climate talks in Bonn, Germany, on Tuesday, a delegate from Syria reportedly announced that the country intends to join the Paris Agreement. If the country follows through on that promise, …read more

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By Shannon Connellan Why someone would want to risk dropping hot soup in their lap without a pants barrier is beyond me, but yet, the world continues to enjoy nude dining. Naked restaurants, where folks are invited to dine in the buff, have been popping up in major cities around the world — …read more

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By The Associated Press Saudi Arabia has arrested dozens of princes and former officials, including a well-known billionaire with extensive holdings in Western companies, as part of a sweeping anti-corruption probe that further cements control in the hands of its young crown prince. …read more

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By Tim Stelloh and Associated Press Federal prosecutors said that Mustafa al-Imam was in custody and charged with killing a person in the course of an attack on a federal facility and other crimes. …read more

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By CBC A new private member’s bill that would see distracted pedestrians fined up to $50 for crossing the road while using their smartphones was unveiled at Ontario’s Legislature on Monday. …read more

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