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A gang of neo-Nazis in Chemnitz allegedly staged a vicious attack on a local Jewish restaurant during a wave of violent right-wing protests. The chaos in the eastern city has sent shockwaves across Germany.

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World Court hears Iran lawsuit to have U.S. sanctions lifted

Iranian lawyers asked the International Court of Justice on Monday to order the United States to lift sanctions imposed by the Trump administration against Tehran.

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North Korea furious over canceled talks with U.S. over nuclear program

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Trump ignores questions on McCain during meeting with Kenyan president

Trump ignores questions on McCain during meeting with Kenyan president  CBS News Africa looks for something new out of Donald Trump  Financial Times Full coverage

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I Crowdfunded My Classroom’s School Supplies. Here’s Why I Shouldn’t Have To.

Why should children enjoy the comforts of a beautiful, clean, airy and bright classroom only in affluent areas?

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Lobbyist Says He Illegally Helped Russian and Ukrainian Buy Tickets to Trump Inauguration

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Former President Barack Obama tribute to Senator John McCain — FULL VIDEO (C-SPAN)

Former President Barack Obama pays tribute to Senator John McCain. Included in his remarks: “So much of our politics, our public life, our public discourse, can seem small and mean and petty. Trafficking in bombast and insult and phony controversies and manufactured outrage. It’s a politics that pretends to be brave and tough but in […]

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At least 3 dead as Philippines faces more hazards in powerful typhoon's wake

A strong typhoon tore through the northern tip of the Philippines on Saturday packing winds of more than 200 kph (124 mph) along with torrential rain, killing at least three people, wrecking homes and triggering at least 42 landslides.

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Opinion: In Search Of Historical Parallels For China's Rise

Certain aspects of China today are without historical precedent, but some lessons do arise from Japan’s and America’s own imperial pasts, write historians Alexis Dudden and Jeffrey Wasserstrom. (Image credit: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)

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