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16 die as bus falls into deep gorge in Indian-ruled Kashmir

Police say a bus has fallen off a road into a deep gorge in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir, killing 16 people and injuring 16 others

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EU considers whether to end seasonal time changes

The EU is weighing whether to end seasonal clock changes after a survey showed widespread public support to stop shifting the time twice a year

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How Trump has sunk the hopes of foreigners seeking refuge in America

Numerous politicians, aid organizations and rights advocates warn that the Trump administration is unraveling the country’s resettlement system.

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3 Pakistani soldiers, 4 militants killed in shootout

Pakistan’s military says security forces acting on intelligence have raided a militant hideout, triggering a shootout that left three soldiers and four militants dead in the northwest near neighboring Afghanistan

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FEMA administrator Brock Long faces watchdog investigation over personal travel

Long, who denies doing anything improper, was asked to resign last week but refused, according to a Homeland Security official familiar with the matter.

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After ‘sissies’ appear on TV, China debates the definition of masculinity

What makes a man a man? The notion of masculinity is under fierce debate in China after a television show, portrayed men deemed to be too effeminate.

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Russian suspects in poisoning: We were in UK as tourists

The two Russian suspects in the poisoning of a former spy say they were only innocent tourists in Salisbury

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A massive sheet of rock sloughed off a cliff onto vacationers at a Greek island

Seven people were injured when a section of limestone broke away from the rock face in the remote, picturesque cove.

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Pope OKs probe into US bishop as he meets with US delegation

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a U.S. bishop and authorized an investigation into allegations he sexually harassed adults

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