Big anti-Bouteflika protest fills Algerian capital
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Big anti-Bouteflika protest fills Algerian capital

ALGIERS (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of Algerians packed central Algiers to capacity on Friday…

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Truck roll-over in Mexico kills at least 25
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Truck roll-over in Mexico kills at least 25

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A cargo truck without license plates careened off a road in…

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Thousands protest on International Women’s Day in Brazil
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Thousands protest on International Women’s Day in Brazil

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Thousands of people, mostly women, took to the streets…

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Women’s Day unites activists, Turkish police break up crowd with tear gas
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Women’s Day unites activists, Turkish police break up crowd with tear gas

LONDON (Reuters) – Campaigners for gender equality took to European city streets on Friday to…

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Bacteria keep us healthy – but could they keep us young?
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Bacteria keep us healthy – but could they keep us young?

Tactile Excel sheets and graphics to boost job prospects for blind people
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Tactile Excel sheets and graphics to boost job prospects for blind people

Touchscreens and digital graphics are everywhere, but for people who are visually impaired, they can…

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Intelligent prostheses and electric aircraft
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Intelligent prostheses and electric aircraft

A €30 carbon price in 100 countries, proof that gene editing can correct epilepsy, and…

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DUP says Brexit deal only possible with fresh approach from EU
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DUP says Brexit deal only possible with fresh approach from EU

BELFAST (Reuters) – Britain may yet secure agreement on the terms of its exit from…

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As polio goal nears, Pakistan pushes against vaccine misinformation
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As polio goal nears, Pakistan pushes against vaccine misinformation

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – As Pakistan closes in on eradicating polio, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s office…

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Nearly quarter-million Venezuelans sought asylum in 2018, UNHCR says
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Nearly quarter-million Venezuelans sought asylum in 2018, UNHCR says

GENEVA (Reuters) – More and more Venezuelans are seeking asylum abroad, with nearly a quarter…

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