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US Newscaster On Melania And Ivanka: 'These Women Have Been Given Fake Jobs'

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MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski said first lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump have been given "fake jobs" in the White House.

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Texas Girl, 17, Stabs Newborn To Death Minutes After Giving Birth, Police Say

A 17-year-old Texas girl repeatedly stabbed her newborn just minutes after it was born then dumped the body at a neighbor’s home and went to sleep, police said.

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Blink-182 Calls For Boycott Of FedEx Over Support For NRA

Pop-rock band blink-182 has announced it will boycott shipping company FedEx over its continued support for the National Rifle Association following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida this month.

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un And His Father Used Fake Brazilian Passports To Get Into Western Countries, Report Claims

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had a fake Brazilian passport that he used to apply for visas to travel to Western countries, sources told Reuters.

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Saudi Arabia Fires Top Military Brass Amid Deadlock In Yemen

Riyadh has replaced senior military commanders, including the chief of staff, in an abrupt reshuffle. The move, apparently aimed at shaking up the armed forces, came amid the stalled Saudi-led campaign against Houthis in Yemen.

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Hazmat Incident Near Pentagon: 11 People Sick From 'Suspicious Letter' Sent To Military Base

Eleven people became ill at a US military base in Arlington, Virginia, a short walk away from the Pentagon, after opening a suspicious letter. Three were taken to the hospital after a hazardous material situation was declared.

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‘You Have To Call It By Name’: Merkel Publicly Admits ‘No-Go Areas’ In Germany

“No-go areas” do exist in Germany, Angela Merkel admitted in an interview, adding that the arrival of “so many refugees” in the country “has raised multiple questions.”

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Theresa May: Internet 'Enabling Barbaric Crimes' Of Modern Slavery

Theresa May is stepping up her drive to stop internet companies fuelling "barbaric crimes" of modern slavery, by hosting a major summit in 10 Downing Street.

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GOP Leaders Move Slowly On Tighter Gun Law

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday showed little interest in stricter gun control proposals being floated in Congress, leaving the issue in the hands of wary Senate leaders and President Donald Trump, whose shifting views have left no clear strategy for legislative action.

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Syria Conflict: Women 'Sexually Exploited In Return For Aid'

Women in Syria have been sexually exploited by men delivering aid on behalf of the UN and international charities, the BBC has learned.

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