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Extremists kill 14 civilians, 2 special forces in Ivory Coast.

Armed men attacked an Ivory Coast beach resort Sunday, killing at least 16 people and sending tourists fleeing through the historic town of Grand-Bassam...
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Trumps rebound in White House race as Sanders surprises Clinton

Republican front-runner Donald Trump racked up primary wins in the big prize of Michigan as well as Mississippi and Hawaii on Tuesday, brushing off...

Refugees stranded in Greece awaits news of their fate.

While European leaders struggled Monday for a unified approach to the refugee crisis, tens of thousands of people affected by their decisions were left...

53 died in Tunisian bloody clashes near Libyan border.

Exceptionally deadly clashes between Tunisian forces and extremist attackers left at least 53 people dead Monday near Tunisia's border with Libya, the government said,...

Nancy Reagan: Former US First Lady dies aged 94

Mrs Reagan, who had been living in Bel Air, Los Angeles, died of congestive heart failure, the Reagan library said. Her 52-year marriage to Ronald...

With two wins, Cruz stakes claim as Trump’s main Republican rival

Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz solidified his claim to be front-runner Donald Trump's prime challenger by splitting four nominating contests with the real estate...

Malaysian Airline out of danger, two years after MH370 disaster

Malaysia Airlines is out of intensive care. Now it's working on long-term rehabilitation. Two years ago this week, disaster struck when Flight 370 vanished, leaving...

Monotony and ‘moments of terror’ mark search for Flight 370

The shifts on board the ship are punishing: 12 hours on, 12 hours off, seven days a week, for a month straight - though...

Benin polls open to elect new president

Benin citizens voted Sunday in an election to choose a successor to the West African nation's president, who is stepping down after two terms. Voters...

Why South Africans will pay ‘sin tax’ for fizzy drinks

South Africa has joined the battle against sugar, becoming the first African country to plan a tax on drinks loaded with the sweet stuff. That...
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