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  • At least 28 killed in suicide bombings in the Yemeni capital

    At least 28 killed in suicide bombings in the Yemeni capital

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    At least 28 killed in suicide bombings in the Yemeni capital

    At least 28 Yemenis were killed in the capital, Sanaa when two blasts occurred during evening call to prayers on Wednesday.The Islamic State has claim responsibility and said a suicide bomber, identified as Qusai al-Sanaani, detonated his suicide vest inside the Al-Moayad mosque in the Yemeni capital, where both Sunni and Shiite gathers in worship, a security official said.A car bomb detonated just outside the mosque as people were rushing in and out with the injured. At least 28 were killed …

  • China flexes military muscle in WWII anniversary parade

    China flexes military muscle in WWII anniversary parade

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    China flexes military muscle in WWII anniversary parade

    China marks the 70th anniversary of victory over Japan with a giant show of strength in Tiananmen Square. Duration: 00:45 …

  • Eighteen Turkish workers kidnapped by masked gunmen in Baghdad

    Eighteen Turkish workers kidnapped by masked gunmen in Baghdad

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    Eighteen Turkish workers kidnapped by masked gunmen in Baghdad

    Gunmen seized 18 Turkish personnel from a Ankara-based construction company in northeastern Baghdad on Wednesday morning in what appears to be a targeted kidnapping. …

  • Obama announces plan for climate resilience in Alaska

    Obama announces plan for climate resilience in Alaska

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    Obama announces plan for climate resilience in Alaska

    United States President Barack Obama says that the United States has to lead the world in transitioning into a clean energy economy. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). …

  • Palm Springs to pay $2.6 million for officer’s fatal shooting of U.S. Marine

    Palm Springs to pay $2.6 million for officer’s fatal shooting of U.S. Marine

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    Palm Springs to pay $2.6 million for officer’s fatal shooting of U.S. Marine

    Two years after the fatal shooting of a U.S. Marine by bicycle police officers and the release of new documents revealing their responsibility in escalating the confrontation, the city of Palm Springs, California has agreed to pay around $2.6m to settle the lawsuit brought by the Marine’s family, the Desert Sun reported. …