Empire State Building unveils new 102nd-floor observatory
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Empire State Building unveils new 102nd-floor observatory

About four million people flock to this world-famous viewing platform each year, and now they…

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More than 3,000 Syrian refugees arrive in northern Iraq
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More than 3,000 Syrian refugees arrive in northern Iraq

The ceasefire in Syria has not stopped people from paying smugglers to get them to…

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Pakistan’s deadly river: Swat volunteer calls for gov’t action
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Pakistan’s deadly river: Swat volunteer calls for gov’t action

Hundreds of people have drowned in the last few years in one of Pakistan’s most…

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Niger oil exploration plan threatens West Africa’s major reserve
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Niger oil exploration plan threatens West Africa’s major reserve

Niger’s government is forging ahead with plans to redraw and shrink the boundaries of a…

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Brexit showdown: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash at ‘Super Saturday’ parliament session
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Brexit showdown: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash at ‘Super Saturday’ parliament session

The United Kingdom’s parliament is preparing to vote on the Brexit deal agreed between British…

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Brexit heartland: Hull wants to take back control
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Brexit heartland: Hull wants to take back control

In one of the United Kingdom’s poorest cities, dozens of cargo ferries head for Europe…

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Bolivia election: Will Evo Morales win a controversial 4th term?
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Bolivia election: Will Evo Morales win a controversial 4th term?

Bolivians go to the polls on Sunday with their longest-serving president looking to extend his…

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Red Cross’s Peter Maurer: Geneva Conventions are being violated | Talk to Al Jazeera
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Red Cross’s Peter Maurer: Geneva Conventions are being violated | Talk to Al Jazeera

Peter Maurer, the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), says his…

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Backlash over Mexico’s botched attempt to arrest ‘El Chapo’s’ son
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Backlash over Mexico’s botched attempt to arrest ‘El Chapo’s’ son

Mexico’s president is defending an order by security forces to release the son of notorious…

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Erdogan warns Kurds as Syria ceasefire gets off to rocky start
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Erdogan warns Kurds as Syria ceasefire gets off to rocky start

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the offensive in northeast Syria will resume “within…

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