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Pistorius Case to be Heard by Supreme Court in November

Updated: 09/22/2015 - Oscar Pistorius' case will be heard by South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal on Nov. 3, when prosecutors will again press for a murder conviction against the double-amputee athlete.

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Volkswagen Sets Aside $7.3 Billion Over Emissions Scandal

Updated: 09/23/2015 - The crisis enveloping Volkswagen AG, the world's top-selling carmaker, escalated Tuesday as the company issued a profit warning following a stunning admission that some 11 million of its diesel vehicles worldwide were fitted with software at the center of a U.S. emissions scandal.

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Pope Francis Heading to US After Cuba Visit

Updated: 09/22/2015 - Pope Francis will conclude his Cuban visit in the eastern city of Santiago before flying Tuesday to Washington, the first stop on his three-city U.S. tour.

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Clean Tech a Top Priority as Chinese President Lands in US

Posted: 09/21/2015 - Discussing how U.S. and Chinese experts and businesses can collaborate on nuclear energy, smarter electricity use and other clean technologies is a top agenda item as Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Seattle, almost a year after he and President Barack Obama announced their nations would cooperate to fight climate change.

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US Mulls Abstention on Cuba Embargo Vote at UN

Updated: 09/21/2015 - For the first time, the United States may be willing to accept a United Nations condemnation of the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba without a fight, The Associated Press has learned.

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AP: Bungling By UN Agency Hurt Ebola Response

Posted: 09/20/2015 - An investigation by The Associated Press finds the World Health Organization and others made a series of avoidable mistakes in last year's efforts to curb the devastating Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone - a bungled response that cost lives.

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Europeans Shut Borders, Block Bridges, to Halt Migrant Surge

Posted: 09/18/2015 - Thousands of migrants were trapped Friday in a vicious tug-of-war as bickering European governments shut border crossings, blocked bridges and erected new barbed-wire fences in a bid to stem the wave of humanity fleeing conflict and poverty in the Middle East and Africa.

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UN Nuke Chief Planning Trip to Iran

Posted: 09/18/2015 - Two diplomats say the head of the U.N. atomic agency is planning a trip to Tehran to push for long-delayed interviews with Iranian scientists linked to alleged past work on nuclear arms.

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UN: Taliban Dispute Wouldn't Keep Peace Talks From Resuming

Posted: 09/17/2015 - The U.N. envoy for Afghanistan says a Taliban dispute over who will succeed their late leader Mullah Mohammad Omar would not prevent peace talks with Afghanistan's government from resuming "in the next couple of weeks."

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Vatican Eyes End Of US-Cuban Embargo

Updated: 09/17/2015 - The Vatican is hoping that the recent restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba will soon translate into an end of the U.S. economic embargo.

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McCain: Navy Should Ignore China's Claims In South China Sea

Posted: 09/17/2015 - The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee is pressing the Pentagon to sail Navy ships within 12 miles of artificial islands China is building in the South China Sea and claiming as sovereign territory.

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Chinese, US Ride-Hailing Services Form Alliance

Updated: 09/17/2015 - Ride-hailing services Didi Kuaidi of China and Lyft of the United States have launched an agreement to link their apps in a move that steps up competitive pressure on rival Uber.

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Canada to Appeal Face Veil Citizenship Ruling


Posted: 09/16/2015 - Canada's Conservative government will appeal to the Supreme Court after losing an attempt to ban the practice of wearing face veils while swearing the oath of citizenship.

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