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- Spies are 'plotting' to take down Donald Trump, says former
- Washington prepares to bring North Koreans to US for talks:
- Scientists to repeat 19th-century ship's crossing of polar i
- Russia seeks pragmatic US ties and "post-West" world order
- Pictures of 'Swooning' Ivanka Trump and Justin Trudeau Go Vi
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File - Aretha Franklin performs at the International Jazz Day Concert on the South Lawn of the White House of the Washington, Friday, April 29, 2016.
Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul is retiring to spend time with her family
- David Mundell: No circumstances where Scotland can remain in
- Universities and Brexit: ‘We’ve 2,500 EU students – talent w
- Brexit weekly briefing: Blair calls for 'uprising' as peers
- EDF faces £1m a day bill to keep French nuclear reactor offl
- Greece, lenders agree to work out new reforms to unblock aid
- Speaking about Paris robbery for reality TV was 'therapeutic
A visit to the Dorset town of Shaftesbury - home of Gold Hill.  HSBC bank on the High Street, Shaftesbury.
HSBC's 2016 pre-tax profit slumps 62 percent; sets new $1 billion share buy-back
Asia Middle East
- Gunfire and explosions in NW Pakistan
- CIA-police team formed to help CTD reach culprits of shrine
- 3 bombers killed during attack on Charsadda court: officials
- Afghan government seeks explanation for cross-border shellin
- New airport will be ready for operation by July
- Non-bailable arrest warrants issued for accused in Balochist
Reese Witherspoon
Getting to work with women on set a pleasure:Reese Witherspoon
- Tourists flock to Dubai as visa rules are eased
- In Kuwait, 'too many foreigners' becomes a frequent refrain
- Boy injured in landmine explosion in Iran
- Japan to receive 1st naphtha cargo from Iran since 2011
- Iran summons Turkish envoy over remarks by Ankara officials
- Qatar's Lekhwiya hit groove in Doha
Make shift houses in Internal Displaced Camp outside of Belet Weyne Capital of Hiran Region, Somalia on November 05, 2014
Somalia food crisis at 'tipping point' with country heading towards famine in matter of weeks
South America Africa
- Venezuelan art promoter, journalist Sofia Imber dies at 92
- Tensions mount as Ecuador's presidential race up in the air
- Brazil fires coach of Rio Olympic football gold medalists
- Spanish court rejects Neymar, Barca appeal
- Tensions mount as Ecuador’s presidential race up in the air
- GRAINS-Soybeans rise from 2-week low on concerns over Argent
In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016, an Uber driverless car is displayed in a garage in San Francisco.
Brazil judge rules Uber drivers are employees, deserve benefits
- Port Elizabeth Museum to Remember 607 Victims of SS Mendi
- Nigeria: Govt Laments Incessant Attacks On Nigeria Businesse
- South Africa: Gauteng Enters 'Second Wave' of Empowerment
- MPs to Consider Final Report On SABC Board Inquiry
- Brian Molefe MP Nomination Will Damage ANC Image Ahead of 20
- Soul Jah Love Back On Track
Displaced children residing at the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) roast ears of corn and smile for the camera, South Sudan
Famine declared in two counties of South Sudan
Australia Caribbean
- Tuesday briefing: State of anger over Trump visit
- Most agree, keeping refugees on Manus and Nauru is cruel: po
- Australia shares edge lower for a third session; NZ up
- Canberra Show 2017: Your guide to what to see, do, eat and h
- Trump mocks Sweden; The 'glaring' weakness in Australian pol
- Canberra Capitals move to lock in playing roster after best
Lt. j. g. Sarah Heidt, anti-submarine warfare officer on board USS McCampbell (DDG 85), teaches Aboriginal students at their school how to give a high five.
Australia struggles to improve lives of indigenous population
- Three new Pirates of the Caribbean 5 posters released
- Giants’ Cueto remains in Dominican
- Mississippi ports eye Cuba, sign agreements in Havana
- Revealed: my murdered friend Kim Jong-nam was gripped by fea
- Giants' Cueto still in Dominican Republic with ailing father
- Big-hitting Cuba power past Taiwan
A South Korean soldier stands near the propaganda loudspeakers near the border area between South Korea and North Korea in Yeoncheon, South Korea, Friday, Jan. 8, 2016. South Korea retaliated for North Korea's nuclear test with broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rival's tense border Friday, believed to be the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Dominican Republic: Two radio journalist shot dead mid-broadcast
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