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- Juul faces mounting state lawsuits in US
- Trump, Powell met Monday at White House to discuss economy
- US says it no longer considers Israeli settlements as illega
- Joe Biden says he would not legalise cannabis over fears it
- U.S. condemns 'unjustified use of force' in Hong Kong: senio
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President Donald  Trump disembarks Marine One at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, and is escorted to Air Force One by U.S. Air Force Col. Rebecca J. Sonkiss.
Trump impeachment: Name of alleged whistleblower shared widely online despite security concerns
- Germany crush Northern Ireland with Gnabry treble to top gro
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- Pakistani man jailed for 10 years for plotting Dutch MP's mu
- Tories slammed for 'fake fact check' election debate tactic
- Bogey team Belgium lie in wait for Aussies
Asia Middle East
- Asia’s richest person Mukesh Ambani breaks into club of six
- Typhoid vaccine safe say WHO, Unicef
- Ex-Jharkhand CMs Babulal Marandi, Hemant Soren likely to fig
- Maharashtra: Unseasonal rains to cost Rs 8,200 cr
- Bus stand laptop thief in net, gadgets recovered
- Mysuru: 5 more arrested for attack on MLA Tanveer Sait
Three gold bars
Gold rises as Sino-US trade, Hong Kong tensions escalate
- Death on the bridge: The young lives cut short in Iraq's upr
- Forum held to boost China-Arab tourism ties
- Emirates close to buying 30 Boeing 787 amid fleet review, sa
- Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan helicopter cr
- Emirates close to buying 30 Boeing 787 in fleet compromise d
- UPDATE 1-Emirates close to buying 30 Boeing 787 amid fleet r
H. E. Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa President of South Africa at the ITU Telecom World 2018
Interest rates: South Africa vs the rest of Africa
South America Africa
- South Africa has a duty to uplift the rest of the continent
- AP Explains: How have the protests in Chile evolved?
- Chile's police chief suspends use of rubber bullets
- Messi’s late penalty gives Argentina draw with Uruguay
- Chilean police suspend use of pellet guns against protesters
- At least 3 killed in violence near Bolivian fuel plant
File - British Royal marine commandos take part in Operation Sond Chara, the clearance of Nad-e Ali District of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan by Afghan national security force and troops deployed with the International Security Assistance Force 42-Commando.
War crimes court could investigate British Army for first time over alleged civilian killings in Afghanistan and Iraq
- UN chief calls for ‘green and clean’ development in message
- Bokomo buys 51% Tongaat Hulett Namibia stake for R220m
- No arrests yet for top cop André Kay’s killing in alleged hi
- Cattle herder to appear in court for allegedly sexually assa
- PODCAST: ‘Final Boarding Call’ ep. 5 sheds light on internat
- BREAKING NEWS: 13-year-old arrested for allegedly bludgeonin
Senegalese and Malian soldiers train with U.S. special forces in Mali
Mali army says 24 soldiers, 17 militants killed in attack on northern patrol
Australia Caribbean
- Australia have done homework on young Pakistan: Tim Paine
- Australia shares tumble on Westpac breach, Sino-US trade rhe
- At long last, India ready to take day-night Test plunge
- Blueprint for new, faster road to Sydney Airport revealed
- Honey price rise likely as hives burn
- Swamp Road fire at Beaufort near Port Wakefield north of Ade
General view of the Super Pit gold mine from the public lookout, Boulder, Western Australia
Barrick seeks to eclipse $1.5 bln asset sales target, eyes more copper
- United States breeze past Cuba to advance to Nations League
- Barbados suffers second day of major power outages
- Haiti mourns 5 people killed during ongoing protests
- Ministry touts Haiti food donations, planning more
- Police call disappearance of bar owner ‘suspicious’
- At least 4 wounded by gunshots during protest in Haiti
File - Entrance to the Hotel Nacional in Havana, Cuba. The hotel  is one of the locations where alleged sonic attacks - popularised by the media as the "Havana syndrome" - took place.
Havana Syndrome: ‘Emotional trauma and fear’ most likely cause of illness among US diplomats in Cuba, not mysterious sonic weapons
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