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6 Jan 2017
The UN is warning that the sabotage of water supplies near the Syrian capital amounts to a war crime. The main water source for Damascus has been cut off as fighting rages on in Wadi Barada.
6 Jan 2017
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper pushed back on President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion the intelligence community did not have solid evidence that Vladimir Putin's Russia was responsible for email hacks.
5 Jan 2017
Israeli papers react to the conviction of soldier Elor Azaria, found guilty of manslaughter for fatally shooting a wounded Palestinian.
5 Jan 2017
The US Republican Party has begun efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, or what most Americans call Obamacare. The outgoing president is determined, however, to protect his signature legislation.
5 Jan 2017
U.S. President Barack Obama holds his final meeting with defense officials as he calls for a 'seamless passing of the baton.'
5 Jan 2017
Vice President-elect Mike Pence comments on the repeal of the Affordable Care Act after meeting with Republican senators in Washington on Wednesday.
4 Jan 2017
Since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte was sworn in six months ago, more than 6,000 people have been killed in his war on drugs. Most of the victims come from impoverished communities.
4 Jan 2017
Seventeen buildings by pioneering French architect Le Corbusier have been granted the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage status.
4 Jan 2017
Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson discusses Apple’s strategy for expansion into India and why the Indian government is unlikely to offer the company concessions to manufacture iPhones.
4 Jan 2017
Senate Republicans put out a budget resolution setting up the process to partly repeal President Obama’s signature healthcare law early in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.
4 Jan 2017
A two-year-old boy rescues his twin brother when a piece of furniture fell on him.
3 Jan 2017
French papers focus on the left-wing primary which is scheduled for the end of the month. Papers say it's going to be a big test, particularly for the Socialist Party.

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A now-deleted graphic of the Group B standings posted on Saturday across U.S. Soccer's official Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts displayed a plain green, white and red flag.
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French prosecutors are investigating the alleged role of consulting companies in election campaigns, as well as allegations of favoritism. President Emmanuel Macron claims his campaign is not the focus of the probe.
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Ethiopia’s young fashion designers are adding modern touches to traditional clothing designs. Hana Bekana formed her design company, Oroliyana design for the exact purposes and her works are already attracting fashion lovers in her country.
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The armies of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi said they have dislodged the Burundian rebels from the town of Nabombi. Meanwhile, a cease-fire between with a separate rebel group, M23, appears to be holding.
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After studying in abroad in the US, Allen Kendunga decided to return home to Rwanda to help tackle the issue of unemployment. She founded a company called Talent Match, which works toward closing the country's skills gap by offering career guidance for students.
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The human rights defender Bianca Jagger continues her battle against the political repression of the Ortega regime in Nicaragua, where she was born. Several bishops and priests are incarcerated in Nicaragua, where the Catholic Church is suspected of supporting the opposition.