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Atheists Believed To Be Less Moral, Says Study

Atheists "are broadly perceived as potentially morally depraved and dangerous" - even in secular countries.

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Toronto Police Officer Buys Shoplifter Suit He Tried To Steal

A shoplifter in Toronto who was caught stealing an outfit for a job interview was given a second chance by the police officer who came to arrest him.

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Sicily Fire Crew 'Caused Fires For Cash'

Italian police have questioned 15 volunteer firefighters in southern Sicily accused of starting fires in order to get paid to put them out.

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Malaysia Detains Hundreds In Counter-Terrorism Raids

More than 400 people have been detained in a counter-terrorism operation in Malaysia, authorities say.

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Australian Teenager In Hospital After Sea Bug Attack

An Australian teenager is recovering in hospital after being bitten by multiple "mite-sized sea critters".

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Lawyer: UK Model’s ‘Strange’ Tale Of Italian Kidnap Is True

LONDON  — Chloe Ayling’s ordeal sounds like a tale spawned by nightmares of the evil that lurks online.

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South Africa MPs To Vote In Secret On Zuma No-Confidence Motion

South African MPs will vote in secret on a motion of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday, the parliament's speaker has announced.

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9/11 Victim Identified 16 Years On

Another victim of the 11 September 2001 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City has been identified, according to the city medical examiner.

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PM Lee Accepts Halimah Yacob's Resignation From The PAP

SINGAPORE: Prime Minister and Secretary-General of the People's Action Party Lee Hsien Loong on Monday (Aug 7) accepted the resignation of Halimah Yacob from the PAP.

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Officials: Taliban, ISIL Coordinated Sar-E Pul Attack

The Taliban and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group jointly killed scores of civilians in a village in Afghanistan, officials claimed on Monday.

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