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Egypt court returns ex-president Mubarak’s 2 sons to prison

Egyptian court sends Mubarak’s 2 sons back to prison in with inside trading charges

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‘I can’t breathe’: In sewage worker deaths, a new India confronts an old scourge

In a little over a year, more than 20 workers have died in sewers and treatment tanks in New Delhi. The incidents have raised questions about inequality and caste discrimination.

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Envoy: US willing to consider further lethal aid to Ukraine

The United States special envoy for Ukraine says Washington would consider providing more armaments to the country, whose army is fighting with Russia-backed separatist rebels in the east

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At least 8 killed in extremist attacks in Burkina Faso

At least 8 killed in extremist attacks in Burkina Faso as more troops sent to country’s east

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A scion of France’s Le Pen family opens a training academy for a new far-right elite

At the still-uncredentialed school, Marion Maréchal says she is taking aim at “ideological homogeneity.”

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Nun vs. bishop — rape accusation rocks India’s Catholic Church

Week-long street protests have been staged by the nun’s supporters in the southern Indian state of Kerala, following her allegation that Bishop Franco Mulakkal raped her 13 times between 2014 and 2016.

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Manafort will cooperate with Mueller as part of guilty plea, prosecutor says

The plea from President Trump’s former campaign chairman gives the special counsel a key potential witness in the ongoing probe of the Trump campaign.

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France just acknowledged using torture in Algeria. Here are searing photos from that war.

The French president’s acknowledgement of torture opens a new chapter in France’s post-colonial history.

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In Trump’s trade wars, China’s unexpected win: More friends

In recent years, China had disputes with the European Union, Japan, South Korea and others. Now it’s making nice with them to find allies for its trade war against the United States.

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