ISIL leader Baghdadi probably not in convoy hit by airstrike
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ISIL leader Baghdadi probably not in convoy hit by airstrike

Senior Iraqi security officials say ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was probably not in a…

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Palestinians bury 13-year-old killed in West Bank clashes
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Palestinians bury 13-year-old killed in West Bank clashes

Several hundred Palestinians marched on Monday in a funeral procession for a teenager killed in…

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Nepal swears in Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli as new premier
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Nepal swears in Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli as new premier

Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, known as KP Oli in Nepali politics, was sworn in as…

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Turkish PM says Islamic State is prime suspect in Turkey bombing
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Turkish PM says Islamic State is prime suspect in Turkey bombing

Turkey’s government said on Monday the Islamic State militant group was the prime suspect in…

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China’s FDI increases 9% in Jan. – Sep. 2015
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China’s FDI increases 9% in Jan. – Sep. 2015

China’s Ministry of Commerce on Monday released the country’s foreign direct investment data for the…

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Video claims to show airstrikes on ISIL in Iraq
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Video claims to show airstrikes on ISIL in Iraq

Iraq’s Defense Ministry has released video footage which claims to show coalition forces and Iraqi…

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Angus Deaton wins 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics
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Angus Deaton wins 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics

Scottish economist Angus Deaton has won the Nobel memorial prize in economic sciences “for his…

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’Wolf Totem’ ruled ineligible for an Oscar
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’Wolf Totem’ ruled ineligible for an Oscar

China has changed its submission for Best Foreign Film at next year’s Oscars following notification…

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Over 12,000 refugees enter Austria within 36 hours
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Over 12,000 refugees enter Austria within 36 hours

More than 12,000 refugees have entered eastern Austria in the past 36 hours. The number…

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China to consider joint UNESCO bid on sex slavery
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China to consider joint UNESCO bid on sex slavery

UNESCO has turned down China’s application to list the documentation of wartime sex slaves by…

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