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Members of a drug gang are believed to have started the violence.
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Anti-violence activists say the so-called “slapping law” will leave abuse victims even more at risk.
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The probe shows the decision to use toxic weapons came from the very top.
The 2015 attacks left killed 130 people.
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Several marches were canned over terrorism fears.
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KABUL (Reuters) - The Afghan Taliban released a video on Wednesday showing an Australian and an American hostage pleading with the U.S. government to negotiate with their captors and saying that unle...
The so-called Islamic State likes to use innocent people as shields.
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Terrifying moments caught on video.
An Israeli bus driver who witnessed the incident said on the radio the truck plowed into a group of soldiers, and that they fired on the driver, who reversed direction and ran over them again.
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"That would have been my back,” Steve Frappier told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
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The veteran told the FBI his mind was being controlled by the government. He was never on a no-fly list.
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 43 people were killed.
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Security experts have predicted more violence in Brazil’s gang-controlled prison system.
The suspect is in custody.