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Guy Scott, Who Is White, Becomes Zambia’s President With Death Of Sata

Guy Scott, Who Is White, Becomes Zambia’s President With Death Of Sata

Guy Scott became the acting president of Zambia in the wake of President Michael Sata's death. ...

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300 Missing After Landslide In Sri Lanka; 14 Confirmed Dead

300 Missing After Landslide In Sri Lanka; 14 Confirmed Dead

Rescuers are searching for more than 300 people missing after a landslide occurred in central Sri Lanka on Wednesday, and surrounding areas are being evacuated. ...

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Orbital Rocket Explodes After Launch

Orbital Rocket Explodes After Launch

An unmanned rocket that was designated to resupply the International Space Station exploded in a giant fireball after launch. ...

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Iraq Kurd Fighters Leave Base For Syria Deployment

Iraq Kurd Fighters Leave Base For Syria Deployment

Military trucks were spotted departing from the base northeast of Kurdish regional capital Arbil, presumably headed toward the Syrian battleground Kobane. ...

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Ukraine’s Europe-Leaning Leaders Prepare To Form Coalition After Vote

Ukraine’s Europe-Leaning Leaders Prepare To Form Coalition After Vote

Ukrainians have voted for political parties to immediately begin the process of reform. The reform hopes to help steer Ukraine "into the West's democratic fold". ...

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Gender Equality At Work More Than 80 Years Off

Gender Equality At Work More Than 80 Years Off

The World Economic Forum published a report on Tuesday, claiming that gender equality in the workplace should not be expected for 80 years. ...

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Prosecutors Appeal Pistorius’ Five-Year Sentence For Killing Girlfriend

Prosecutors Appeal Pistorius’ Five-Year Sentence For Killing Girlfriend

The Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was acquitted of murder, but the South African National Prosecuting Authority will appeal the controversial acquittal. ...

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U.S. Struggles To Turn The Tide In War Against IS

U.S. Struggles To Turn The Tide In War Against IS

The U.S.-lead coalition is still fighting back against the Islamic State, but some officials say the coalition's strategy is not likely to work. ...

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‘Yellow Umbrella’ App Lets You Play Hong Kong Democracy Protester

‘Yellow Umbrella’ App Lets You Play Hong Kong Democracy Protester

Hong Kong protesters now have an app to represent their fight for democracy. ...

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Islamic State Making Millions Despite U.S. Bid To Halt Money Flow

Islamic State Making Millions Despite U.S. Bid To Halt Money Flow

Is there any way to stop the flow of cash supporting ISIS? ...

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