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N. Korea marking 60th anniversary of war’s end

PYONGYANG, North Korea — U.S., Chinese and North Korean war veterans on Thursday joined North leader Kim Jong Un at an event marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. Kim, who took over as leader after his father Kim Jong Il’s death…

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N. Korea marking 60th anniversary of war’s end

PYONGYANG, North Korea — U.S., Chinese and North Korean war veterans on Thursday joined North leader Kim Jong Un at an event marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. Kim, who took over as leader after his father Kim Jong Il’s death…

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Syrian refugees: how many are there and where are they?

As part of the Guardian’s series on the humanitarian consequences of the conflict in Syria, we are updating our numbers on refugees. They show a population still urgently in need of help • Download the data A Syrian refugee flashes a victory sign in the new refugee tent compound in Boynuyogun, Turkey, near the Syrian border. Photograph: Vadim Ghirda/AP Almost ...

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22 people killed, 64 wounded in attacks in Iraq

BAGHDAD, July 24 (Xinhua) — Bomb and gunfire attacks, mainly targeting Iraqi security forces, in the predominantly Sunni areas in Iraq on Wednesday killed 22 and wounded some 64 others, as the country struggles to contain the worst violence since 2008. The deadliest attack in the day occurred in the morning when gunmen attacked a police station with mortar rounds ...

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22 people killed, 64 wounded in attacks in Iraq

BAGHDAD, July 24 (Xinhua) — Bomb and gunfire attacks, mainly targeting Iraqi security forces, in the predominantly Sunni areas in Iraq on Wednesday killed 22 and wounded some 64 others, as the country struggles to contain the worst violence since 2008. The deadliest attack in the day occurred in the morning when gunmen attacked a police station with mortar rounds ...

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Togo voters head to the polls in long-delayed elections

People in Togo are preparing to go to the polls in long-delayed parliamentary elections. Thursday’s vote is seen as an indication of what will happen in the presidential elections next year. Experts say it could expose weaknesses in the grip of the…

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Togo voters head to the polls in long-delayed elections

People in Togo are preparing to go to the polls in long-delayed parliamentary elections. Thursday’s vote is seen as an indication of what will happen in the presidential elections next year. Experts say it could expose weaknesses in the grip of the…

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Royal baby: The prince meets his people in world media frenzy

It was the moment they had all been waiting for. With a joke about the new baby having more hair than his father, and a passing mention of privacy after this very public introduction to his people, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their newborn son to meet photographers in front of St Mary’s Hospital. The Duchess held her ...

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Royal baby: The prince meets his people in world media frenzy

It was the moment they had all been waiting for. With a joke about the new baby having more hair than his father, and a passing mention of privacy after this very public introduction to his people, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their newborn son to meet photographers in front of St Mary’s Hospital. The Duchess held her ...

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Royal baby: The prince meets his people in world media frenzy

It was the moment they had all been waiting for. With a joke about the new baby having more hair than his father, and a passing mention of privacy after this very public introduction to his people, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their newborn son to meet photographers in front of St Mary’s Hospital. The Duchess held her ...

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