Warding off hunger, Venezuelans find meals in garbage bins
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Warding off hunger, Venezuelans find meals in garbage bins

CARACAS (Reuters) – Tony, a 36-year old security guard, rummages through the garbage bins of…

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Washington ups pressure on Venezuela as Guaido tours South America
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Washington ups pressure on Venezuela as Guaido tours South America

WASHINGTON/ASUNCION (Reuters) – The United States on Friday announced sanctions on Venezuelan officials who blocked…

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U.S., S.Korea to replace spring exercises with smaller drills: officials
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U.S., S.Korea to replace spring exercises with smaller drills: officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States and South Korea are expected to announce that they…

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Tens of thousands of Algerians call on Bouteflika to step down
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Tens of thousands of Algerians call on Bouteflika to step down

ALGIERS (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of people in cities across Algeria called on President…

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Pakistan prepares to return Indian pilot as confrontation cools
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Pakistan prepares to return Indian pilot as confrontation cools

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan prepared to release a captured Indian pilot on Friday as…

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Israel should face justice for unlawful Gaza protest killings: U.N.
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Israel should face justice for unlawful Gaza protest killings: U.N.

GENEVA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity…

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Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden’s son of citizenship
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Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden’s son of citizenship

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has stripped citizenship from Hamza bin Laden, the son of…

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Yazidis returned to Iraq, thought to be released Islamic State captives: witnesses
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Yazidis returned to Iraq, thought to be released Islamic State captives: witnesses

SINUNI, Iraq (Reuters) – A group of Yazidi women and children returned to Iraq from…

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Gun battle rages between Al Shabaab and Somali troops after hotel attack
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Gun battle rages between Al Shabaab and Somali troops after hotel attack

MOGADISHU (Reuters) – A gun battle raged in Mogadishu on Friday between Somali soldiers and…

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Green economy? Thai party campaigns on marijuana as cash crop
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Green economy? Thai party campaigns on marijuana as cash crop

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Anutin Charnvirakul thinks he has hit on a winning issue for Thailand’s…

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