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Iran Denies It Is Behind Drone Attacks On Oil Refineries In Saudi Arabia

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'We Don't Want To Die': Women In Turkey Decry Rise In Violence And Killings

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Houthi Drone Strikes Disrupt Almost Half Of Saudi Oil Exports

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Osama Bin Laden's Son Killed In U.S. Counterterrorism Operation, Trump Says

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British Authorities Scramble To Find Stolen Solid Gold Toilet

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Mugabe's State Funeral Proceeds, But His Burial Plan Has Been Mired In Controversy

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Bahamian Government Revises Number Of Missing After Dorian Down To 1,300

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In 'Permanent Record,' Edward Snowden Says 'Exile Is An Endless Layover'

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New Zealand Moves To Create Firearm Registry And Stiffen Penalties For Gun Crimes

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Biden Tries To Clarify His Record On Iraq War During Democratic Debate

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Friends Remember One Of Dorian's Victims On Grand Bahama

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Edward Snowden Tells NPR: The Executive Branch 'Sort Of Hacked The Constitution'

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12 Journalists Have Been Killed In Mexico This Year, The World's Highest Toll

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There's A Growing Sore Spot In Israeli-U.S. Relations: China

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Samantha Power Tells Of The Not-So-Simple 'Education Of An Idealist'

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How To Help Hurricane Dorian Survivors In The Bahamas

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Scottish Court Says Johnson's Suspension Of U.K. Parliament Is Illegal

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Afghan Peace Process 'Dead.' Bolton Fired. As Dust Settles In D.C., What Now?

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Benjamin Netanyahu Vows To Annex Part Of West Bank If He Wins Reelection

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Mass Stampede At Iraqi Shia Shrine Kills More Than 30 Pilgrims

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