Nigeria: Pirates kill three oil workers
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Nigeria: Pirates kill three oil workers

Representational photo. (Google maps) Suspected pirates have killed three men working for the Nigerian Agip Oil Company in the West African country’s restive swamplands, a security official has…

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New York City deploys new explosive-sniffing dogs
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New York City deploys new explosive-sniffing dogs

The enhanced security comes at a time of heightened US vigilance against potential attacks on vulnerable targets. (Wikimedia) New York City will deploy its first class of police…

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Senior IS military leaders killed in Iraq strike: Pentagon
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Senior IS military leaders killed in Iraq strike: Pentagon

Coalition forces conducted an air strike against ISIL .(Google maps) A coalition air strike near the Islamic State bastion of Mosul in Iraq has killed two of the…

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Australia Elections: Voting began
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Australia Elections: Voting began

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, front right, arrives to greet people during a walk through of a shopping street in Burwood, Sydney, Australia, Friday, July 1, 2016. Australians…

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US: Attorney general wishes she hadn’t met with Bill Clinton
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US: Attorney general wishes she hadn’t met with Bill Clinton

The Clintons’ political opponents have criticized the foundation for accepting funding from foreign governments for its endowment and for its charitable work abroad. (Source: Reuters) Attorney General Loretta…

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Mexico: Air force lifts food into villages as teacher blockades spread
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Mexico: Air force lifts food into villages as teacher blockades spread

The union has blocked 11 highways in Oaxaca. (Wikimedia) Mexico’s air force flew tons of grain to the southern state of Oaxaca on Friday as protests by teachers…

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Venezuela ends power rationing as drought eases
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Venezuela ends power rationing as drought eases

Guri dam, Venezuela. (Wikimedia) Venezuela as of Monday will end an electricity rationing program launched in April in response to a severe drought that crimped the operations of…

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Nearly 116 civilians killed in US air and drone strikes
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Nearly 116 civilians killed in US air and drone strikes

US attacks outside conflict zones have killed a lot of civilians. (File) Up to 116 civilians were killed in controversial drone and air strikes by the US outside…

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China: Bus crash kills 26
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China: Bus crash kills 26

The bus crash took place in the Northern China in the town of Tianjin. A bus in northern China has fallen off an expressway into a ditch, killing…

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Recreational Marijuana to Become Legal in Canada by 2017
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Recreational Marijuana to Become Legal in Canada by 2017

Global News correspondent Monique Muise reported on Thursday morning, June 30, 2016, at 11.56 a.m. EDT, a possible change in the legal status of marijuana in works for…

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