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Hundreds breached the razor wire of Baghdad?s fortified Green Zone, long seen as a symbol of a government detached from ordinary Iraqi citizens.
With Britain struggling to integrate minorities, Sadiq Khan is favored to win election on Thursday, which would make him the first Muslim to lead the city and give a boost to his opposition party.
A Security Council resolution renewed the peacekeeping mission but exerted little pressure on Morocco, which expelled dozens of United Nations workers last month.
The beer-and-airline magnate left the country ahead of creditors, as bad corporate loans hurt the economy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi?s agenda.
The State Department said a Supreme Court ruling allowing use of Iranian assets to compensate victims of terrorist attacks comports with international law.
The agreement, which follows an inconclusive election and two months of political deadlock, is likely to result in the re-election of Edna Kenny as prime minister.
Two years before the Paris and Brussels assaults, a special branch of the group was churning out smaller attacks that the authorities repeatedly discounted as isolated or random acts.
A conglomerate wants to revive mining in a protected reserve for monarch butterflies.
The 94-year-old defendant, Reinhold Hanning, told a German court he was ?ashamed I witnessed injustice and allowed it to continue? while serving at the Nazi death camp.
The United States and Russia said they had won agreement for a new partial truce after a bloody week, but that it would not immediately include Aleppo.
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