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Violence mars gay pride parades in San Francisco, Istanbul

A shooting outside San Francisco' gay pride parade on Saturday evening injured a bystander while riot police fired rubber pellets, tear gas and water ...
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France, Kuwait, Tunisia terror attacks kill 63

Separate terrorist attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia killed at least 63 people and wounded more than 200 others on Friday.
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Second NY prison guard charged for handing tools to escapees

Another guard of a New York prison where two inmates escaped 20 days ago was charged on Wednesday for acts that may have led to the jailbreak.
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Car carrying Courtney Love attacked, held hostage during cabbies’ protest in Paris

French taxi drivers protesting against the ride-sharing app Uber attacked a car carrying American singer Courtney Love Cobain and held the driver host...
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U.S. positioning tanks, weapons in Eastern Europe for training of NATO allies’ troops

The U.S. Army Europe is temporarily positioning about 250 Abrams tanks, Bradley Fighting Vehicles, artillery and other equipment in seven NATO member ...
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DNA, prison-issued undie in cabin shifts manhunt of NY fugitives to hunting camp area

The manhunt for two murder convicts who escaped a New York prison shifted from Friendship near the border with Pennsylvania to Owls Head in Franklin C...
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Education still on hold after year of war in Pakistan

War flared up in Pakistan's North Waziristan a year ago, leading almost one million people displaced. Among them are tens of thousands of school age ...
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Ice men of Taiz are last ones standing

Gaining rare access to Yemen's embattled third city Taiz, IRIN finds a ghost town - with schools closed and streets deserted. The only people braving ...
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Forgive and forget? Amnesty dilemma haunts Uganda

Should rebels who turn themselves in be allowed to escape justice for potentially heinous crimes if it might foster peace, or must they be prosecuted ...
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New UN aid chief demands more Iraq access

The United Nation's new aid chief Stephen O'Brien has used his first overseas trip to highlight Iraq's desperate humanitarian crisis.