Greek unions organize nationwide strike against austerity measures
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Greek unions organize nationwide strike against austerity measures

Greek labor unions began on early Friday a 48-hour nationwide strike to protest against further…

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Canada government sends trucks, helicopters to evacuate people
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Canada government sends trucks, helicopters to evacuate people

Canadian government has sent trucks and helicopters to evacuate thousands of people stranded north of…

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NATO planning to extend military presence in Mediterranean region
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NATO planning to extend military presence in Mediterranean region

North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, says the alliance is working on extending its security…

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Italy rescues nearly 1,800 migrants from North Africa
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Italy rescues nearly 1,800 migrants from North Africa

Italian vessels have rescued nearly 1,800 migrants from boats trying to reach Italy from North…

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Chile’s toxic tide threatens fishing industry
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Chile’s toxic tide threatens fishing industry

Tons of shellfish, salmon, sardines, and other regular catch have been contaminated by a giant…

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US to begin regulating e-cigarettes
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US to begin regulating e-cigarettes

Following new rules released Thursday, the US government is now regulating electronic cigarettes. The final…

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China’s Tsingtao now the most popular imported beer in S. Korea
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China’s Tsingtao now the most popular imported beer in S. Korea

Tsingtao Beer, one of China’s flagship brews, has spread its popularity overseas to its neighbor…

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Footage: child lucky to survive fall from pedicab and being run over by SUV
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Footage: child lucky to survive fall from pedicab and being run over by SUV

A 6-year-old boy fell from an electric pedicab at a set of traffic lights in…

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Japanese PM Abe holds talks with Putin looking to warm ties
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Japanese PM Abe holds talks with Putin looking to warm ties

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is holding talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday…

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Twins festival celebrated in SW China’s Yunnan Province
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Twins festival celebrated in SW China’s Yunnan Province

Over 1,000 pairs of twins gathered in Mojiang county in southwest China’s Yunnan Province to…

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