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Turkish HDP member of parliament says death squads are killing Turkish
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Belarus charges Ukrainian journalist with espionage
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Men close to President Trump are indicted by Mueller investigation into possible Russian collusion in 2016 US presidential election.
US cuts embassy staff in Cuba after mystery attacks
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US health secretary resigns over private jet travel scandal
Tom Price's abrupt departure was announced shortly after President Donald Trump told reporters he was disappointed in Price's use of expensive plane travel and did not like the optics of it.
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The White House has joined the Senate Investigation in demanding Jared Kushner makes e-mails he allegedly downloaded from the White House available.
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Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee jailed in South Korea
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Zimbabwe's first lady has returned home after being granted diplomatic immunity
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