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Serb Nationalist To Take Helm Of Bosnia's Presidency

Serb nationalist Milorad Dodik will take the helm of Bosnia-Herzegovina's three-part presidency, as the badly-riven Balkan nation inaugurates new leadership. ...

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Kremlin Critic, Facing New Charge, Sounds Alarm on Interpol

MOSCOW - Russian prosecutors announced new criminal charges against U.S.-born Kremlin foe Bill Browder on Monday, days before a Russian ...

Turkey-backed Rebels Battle in Afrin

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Fighting Breaks Out in Yemen Port Despite Pledges to Stop

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White House restores CNN reporter Acosta's credentials

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UN Agency Reports Sharp Drop In Afghan Opium Production

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Apple, Trade Woes Sink Stocks; Growth Worries Drag on Dollar

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Macedonia Summons Hungarian Envoy Over Ex-Prime Minister's Escape

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Putin Mulls Russia Retaliation If U.S. Quits INF Treaty

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Saudi Arabia, Houthi Rebels Pledge Support for UN Peace Efforts

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US Treasury imposes sanctions on Libyan militia leader Salah Badi

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Putin told Pence Russia did not meddle in vote - spokesperson

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Dark Web hosting provider hacked, thousands of sites down

BERLIN, Germany - One of the world's largest providers of Dark Web hosting services, Daniel's Hosting, suffered a cyberattack last ...

Instagram notifies some users about exposed passwords

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - Instagram has sent out notifications to some of its users, informing them that their passwords have accidentally ...

SpaceX plans to put 12,000 satellites in orbit approved

WASHINGTON, U.S. - In a bid to provide a major boost to cheap, wireless internet access, an ambitious plan devised ...

U.K. tax authority faces high volume of fraud complaints

LONDON, U.K. -  The U.K. tax authority has revealed that scammers notorious for carrying out large scale phishing attacks, have ...

Oracle's Thomas Kurian to replace Diane Greene at Google

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - After quitting his high-profile job at the world's second-largest software maker, Oracle's former Product Development president, Thomas ...

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