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Egyptian Forces Mistakenly Fire on Desert Safari, Killing 12

Updated: 09/15/2015 - Egyptian forces hunting militants in the country's western desert mistakenly opened fire on Mexican tourists on safari, killing 12 people and dealing a further blow to the government's efforts to project an image of stability as it fights an increasingly powerful insurgency, officials said Monday.

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Razor-Lined Boxcar Marks Hungary's New Border for Migrants

Updated: 09/14/2015 - Hungary deployed a boxcar bristling with razor wire to close a key border crossing and warned of a new era of swift deportations Monday as governments across Europe debated how to share the burden of housing hundreds of thousands seeking refuge — and whether the continent's hard-won policy of passport-free travel could survive the unrelenting flow of humanity.

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France to Conduct Airstrikes in Syria

Posted: 09/14/2015 - French President Francois Hollande says his country will conduct airstrikes in Syria to fight the Islamic State group.

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Germany Starts Austria Border Checks to Limit Migrants

Updated: 09/14/2015 - Germany announced Sunday that it was introducing temporary border checks on the Austrian frontier in a bid to limit the influx of refugees, and cross-border train services from Austria were suspended.

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Some 10,000 Migrants Flood Into Germany, Enjoy Warm Welcome

Posted: 09/12/2015 - Embracing its role as a defender of those in need, Germany welcomed at least 10,000 more asylum seekers into the country Saturday. As officials worked to give all a firm roof over their weary heads, a packed stadium cheered some of the littlest newcomers, who walked in hand-in-hand with top soccer players.

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Egypt's Government Resigns Amid Corruption Probe

Posted: 09/12/2015 - Egypt's government resigned Saturday in the face of intense criticism from state-friendly media that reflects growing discontent but stops short of faulting President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, the former general who led the overthrow of an Islamist president two years ago.

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Canada Announces Money For Refuges, But Not Taking More In

Posted: 09/12/2015 - Canada's Conservative government has so far declined to resettle more Syrian refugees despite the haunting image of a drowned 3-year-old washed up on a Turkish beach that focused the world's attention on the largest refugee crisis since World War II.

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Hollywood Pilot on Tom Cruise Film Killed in Colombia Crash

Courtesy: MGN Online

Posted: 09/11/2015 - A small plane assigned to the crew of a movie starring Tom Cruise crashed in the Colombian Andes on Friday, killing two people, including a Los Angeles-based film pilot, and seriously injuring a third, the country's civilian aviation authority said.

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Final Death Toll Set at 173 in China Warehouse Explosion

Posted: 09/11/2015 - Chinese authorities say they've ended the search for the remaining missing in a massive chemical warehouse explosion last month. The move sets the final death toll at 173 in China's worst industrial disaster in years.

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Strong Earthquake Jolts Tokyo; No Tsunami Risk

Posted: 09/11/2015 - A strong earthquake has rattled the Tokyo area, knocking pictures and books from shelves, but it was not expected to cause any tsunami or major damage.

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Saudis: 107 Dead in Crane Collapse at Mecca's Grand Mosque

Updated: 09/11/2015 - A towering construction crane toppled over on Friday during a violent rainstorm in the Saudi city of Mecca, Islam's holiest site, crashing into the Grand Mosque and killing at least 107 people ahead of the start of the annual hajj pilgrimage later this month.

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Chinese Government Bans Ownership of Dogs

Posted: 09/11/2015 - A Chinese district government is giving dog owners a stark choice: Get rid of your pets or we'll come to your home and kill them on the spot.

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Rescuers Search for Missing After Japanese City Flooded


Updated: 09/11/2015 - Rescue workers searched for more than 20 missing people in a flooded city near Tokyo on Friday, as the sun came out a day after a raging river washed away houses and forced people to rooftops.

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Iran Nuclear Deal Survives: Democrats Block Disapproval Vote

Updated: 09/10/2015 - Senate Democrats voted to uphold the hard-fought nuclear accord with Iran on Thursday, overcoming ferocious GOP opposition and delivering President Barack Obama a legacy-making victory on his top foreign policy priority.

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Migrants Face the Elements as Their Numbers Grow

Updated: 09/10/2015 - The massive wave of refugees and migrants heading toward Western Europe surged Thursday even as torrential rains played havoc with travelers from Greece to Hungary.

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Stethoscope Made From 3-D Printer

Updated: 09/10/2015 - A Palestinian-Canadian doctor has created a low-cost stethoscope using a 3-D printer, the first in a series of inventions he hopes will help alleviate medical supply shortages caused by an eight-year blockade on the Gaza Strip.

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UK Officials Say Number of Terrorism Arrests at Record High

Posted: 09/10/2015 - British officials say the number of people being arrested on suspicion of terrorism-related crimes has reached a record high as police and security services cope with the influence of Islamic State militants based in Syria.

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