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Deadly blast rocks Kabul
Dozens of people killed and scores badly hurt after deadly suicide bombing in Afghan capital Kabul.
Bolivia wrestles with protecting child workers as young as 10
Is 10 too young to work? Not in Bolivia, where President Evo Morales says children have the right, but should be protected.
Paris river surges as heavy rainfall threatens flooding
The Seine river is predicted to peak at around six metres this weekend.
Dutch spy agency ‘infiltrated group that hacked US Democratic Party'
A joint investigation between two Dutch news outlets reported how intelligence officials watched hackers steal thousands of emails and files from systems used by the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
Syrian opposition will not attend Russian peace conference
A spokesman for Syria's opposition rules out taking part in Russian brokered peace talks.
Michigan State athletic director resigns in wake of Nassar scandal
In the latest fallout from the Larry Nassar scandal, MSU Athletic Director Mark Hollis resigned days after school president Lou Anna Simons stepped down.
Vegas king Steve Wynn accused of 'pattern of sexual misconduct' in WSJ report
Casino magnate Steve Wynn allegedly preyed on female salon workers, threatening then with loss of livelihood — and German shepherds.
Clinton kept aide accused of harassment on 2008 campaign
Hillary Clinton resisted her campaign manager's call to fire Burns Strider, opting for administrative sanctions instead, NBC News has confirmed.
Canadian billionaires were 'murdered'
Police in Canada say billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were part of targeted killing.
French fry recipes that won't derail your diet this weekend
Take a deep (fried) breath: These tasty fry alternatives are completely guilt free.
California Latinos hear from gubernatorial candidates
The 2018 Guberntorial Forum focused on the needs of the Latino community and by the end of the debate it was clear that the Latino vote is still up for grabs.
Alcohol may cause more DNA damage to those with 'Asian glow' gene, study finds
The gene responsible for "Asian glow" is associated with higher incidences of esophageal cancer, heart attacks and osteoporosis.