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Iraqi forces discover mass grave in Fallujah
Strong 6.0-Magnitude Quake Hits Off New Zealand – USGS
Two journalists have Been killed in attack on Afghan army convoy
Sadiq Khan wants to use holy month to reduce suspicion around Islam
Train crash in Belgium kills at least 3, injures 40 – reports
NPR journalist David Gilkey, translator killed in Afghanistan
Malaysia Airlines passengers and crew injured
Hillary Clinton on brink of primary history, but Trump awaits
UAE tops in investment in MENA in 2015
Killer bee attack in Texas leaves one man injured & family dogs dead
Over 6,000 pose nude for group photo in Columbia (PHOTOS)
Have ‘at least 3 kids’: Turkish President to women
Kill drug dealers and I’ll give you a medal, says Philippines president
Hillary Clinton wins Virgin Islands democratic contest
Frequent shipwrecks in Mediterranean spur criticism towards EU
Castro says Cuba will never return to Americas bloc

Ice free Arctic could occur this year, warns expert
Shark ‘bigger than a boat’ kills Aussie, 2nd fatal attack in a week
Women face “mass sex attacks” by migrants if no Brexit
Greek protesters attack house of сountry’s minister of state
Austrian FM suggests Australia model of detaining migrants on islands
Paris museum reopens as French floods slowly ease
Pope Francis vows to remove pedophile cover-up bishops with new church law
Mumbai-Pune Expressway accident: 17 dead, 40 injured as bus crashes into two cars
M5.7 quake strikes near Coquimbo in Chile
Google: new concerns raised about political influence by senior ‘revolving door’ jobs
McGregor vs Diaz rematch set for August
48-star US flag that was first on Utah Beach on D-Day is up for auction
Muhammad Ali inspirational quotes on success and racism
Boko Haram attack kills 32 in Niger
Over 270 Syrian civilians Killed, hundreds wounded in militants’ shelling
Canada’s anthem to become gender neutral for country’s 150th anniversary
Princess Astrid of Belgium robbed of purse in Paris
Driver dubbed ‘worst learner ever’ after it took 39 attempts for him to pass his driving test
Clinton sweeps in Virgin Islands, moves closer to nomination
Family spokesman reveals Muhammad Ali’s cause of death, funeral details
UN invites world’s seven billion people to become agents of change on World Environment Day
Kerry warns Beijing over air defense zone for South China Sea
After Canada complaint, China says has nothing more to add
UK ‘Remain’ camp’s lead narrows before EU referendum: Opinium
U.S.-led coalition warplanes strike IS militants in Fallujah city
1,000s join anti-government march led by former presidents in Poland
France floods – third person dies as river levels begin to fall
Nigeria recovers $580 million in stolen funds
Pope Francis reveals new church law to deal with paedophile priests
Rights activists fear for life of imprisoned teen in Saudi Arabia
The New Zealand town sitting on a growing volcano
German music festival halted after lightning strikes injure 71