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Israel drops leaflets warning Gazans not to approach border

GAZA (Reuters) - Israel dropped leaflets in the Gaza Strip on Friday warning Palestinians not to approach its border fence as the military braced for fresh clashes along the frontier.

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Brazil Senator Neves to stand trial for corruption, court rules

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that Senator Aecio Neves should stand trial on corruption and obstruction of justice charges, a fresh blow to the one-time presidential candidate and former centrist party leader.

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Fresh kidnapping by dissident rebel group rocks Ecuador

News of a fresh kidnapping days after three journalists were confirmed killed has shocked Ecuador.

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R Kelly faces fresh sexual misconduct allegation

The R&B singer is accused of "knowingly" infecting an ex-lover with a sexually transmitted disease.

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Japanese immigration detainees launch hunger strike over death

TOKYO (Reuters) - Foreigners held in a Japanese immigration detention center have launched a hunger strike over the death of a detainee, drawing fresh attention to conditions under which they are held.

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Flowers, tributes left for burglar stabbed to death by retiree protecting his home

Relatives of a burglar who was fatally stabbed this month breaking into a 78-year-old retiree’s home in London laid a fresh floral tribune Sunday at the spot where he was killed, according to reports.

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France warns of fresh humanitarian crisis in Syrian region of Idlib

France has warned that a new humanitarian disaster is looming in Syria, in the rebel-held region of Idlib, which is seen as the next possible target of the regime's fightback.

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What’s in James Comey’s memoir, what’s his height in feet, why was he fired by Donald Trump and what did he tweet?

THE FBI boss who probed whether members of Donald Trump’s campaign team colluded with Russia is to reveal all in an explosive new book. James Comey is expected to bring fresh turmoil to the White House with the imminent release of his memoirs ̵

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Court challenge filed against Sierra Leone election results

A member of the losing political party has filed a legal challenge to Sierra Leone's presidential election, claiming irregularities and asking for a fresh vote.

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Ruble falls to November 2016 low after Trump raises stakes with Russia over Syria

Russia’s currency is also under heavy pressure following fresh sanctions last week.

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China Takes Step Toward Opening Its Financial Markets to the World

China has pledged to launch a stock trading link between Shanghai and London by the end of this year, taking a fresh step toward opening up its financial markets and providing the U.K. with a vote of confidence ahead of Brexit.

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Glencore CEO off Rusal board amid sanctions fallout

The chief executive of commodities giant Glencore, Ivan Glasenberg, has left the board of aluminum producer Rusal as the fallout continues from fresh U.S. sanctions against Russia.

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Donald Trump slaps fresh sanctions on 24 Russians in new assault on Vladimir Putin’s henchmen

DONALD Trump has slapped fresh sanctions on 24 Russians in a renewed assault on Vladimir Putin’s henchmen. The US government today announced it was punishing seven Russian oligarchs and 17 Russian government officials for Russia’s “malign ac

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China says it will fight back 'at any cost' against US trade tariffs

China warned it would fight back "at any cost" with fresh trade measures if the U.S. continues on its path of protectionism.

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Japan's Shinzo Abe has a fresh scandal on his plate

Abe's government is facing criticism over the deployment of Japanese soldiers to Iraq from 2004 to 2006.

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Japan's Abe faces fresh headache over Iraq troop dispatch logs

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government faced criticism on Thursday, after his defense minister said the army last year found activity logs from a controversial 2004 to 2006 deployment to Iraq, but had failed to report them to hi

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