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Two assailants hacked to death a British soldier on a busy southeast London neighborhood street Wednesday afternoon.
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Attacks, which hit market places and crowded bus stops, pushed death toll in Iraq since Wednesday to more than 200.
With U.S. air support vanishing, Afghan soldiers will have to rely on their own air force and unarmored ambulances.
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At 13, Radomir Franz knew he wanted to be a taxidermist. Now, he’s one of Europe’s most sought-after experts in the field.
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Facing influx of more than 400,000 Syrians displaced by war, Turkish leaders appeal for international aid.
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What U.S. forces are leaving behind in Afghanistan after more than a decade of war.
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- Israeli leader says UN pressure having no effect on curbing Iranian nuclear program
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- Toronto mayor fires chief of staff amid crack video scandal
- Canada terror suspect requests defense attorney willing to use 'the holy book' as reference
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