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    The confirmed death toll from last week’s quake has risen to more than 5,000.

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    Indonesia is set to execute eight foreigners and one Indonesian man, despite an international outcry and pleas for mercy.

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    Forty years later, Vietnam veterans still search for lost loves

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    Why Brazilians are really going to miss supermodel Gisele

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    Tensions rise on Israel-Syria border after infiltration attempt, airstrikes

    Israel reported a bid by armed militants to cross into the Golan Heights on Sunday.

    W. Bartoszewski, resistance fighter and Polish foreign minister, dies at 93

    W. Bartoszewski, resistance fighter and Polish foreign minister, dies at 93

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    Climbers trapped on Mount Everest ‘are getting desperate’

    Climbers trapped on Mount Everest ‘are getting desperate’

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    Assad’s hold on power looks shakier than ever as rebels advance in Syria

    Assad’s hold on power looks shakier than ever as rebels advance in Syria

    A new coalition called the Army of Conquest has proved more cohesive and more effective than expected.

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    In Bhaktapur, temples were flattened, walls fell from buildings and bricks covered streets following Saturday’s quake.

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    The Kenyan government is threatening to close the Dadaab camp, forcing more than 300,000 people to return to Somalia.

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    Deadly storm hits Pakistan

    Officials say at least 45 people were killed after severe weather swept through the northern city of Peshawar.

    Magnitude-7.8 earthquake hits Nepal

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    Eric Holder’s final day at the office

    During a farewell speech, the attorney general said he took pride in his efforts to empower the powerless and protect civil rights.

    Calbuco volcano erupts in southern Chile

    The volcano erupted for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated area.

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    Winners of the Sony World Pictures awards

    American photographer John Moore won the competition with his images of the Ebola crisis in West Africa.

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    Armenia marks centennial of massacre

    The presidents of Russia and France joined other leaders in commemorating the killing of 1.5 million during World War I.

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    Deadly immigration riots in South Africa

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    Saudi-led airstrikes hit Yemen

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