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Brazil's defense minister is promising to have the military take an increasingly aggressive role in fighting drug trafficking in Rio de Janeiro.

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A 28-year-old British physics teacher was indefinitely banned from the classroom after she was reportedly caught having drunken sex with a student in a plane bathroom -- and on Thursday police said they were investigating the allegations.

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For two parents in the United Kingdom, a matter of life or death turned into a battle between the court systems and pleas from world leaders.

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Authorities in the Bahamas say a tourist has been bitten by a shark in the second such attack in less than two months.

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Qatar's foreign minister is calling on the United Nations to help resolve the crisis in the Persian Gulf and accusing the four Arab countries that have isolated his energy-rich nation of violating international law.

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Despite years of “zero tolerance” of the sexual abuse crisis by United Nations’ peacekeepers, the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic is still a bureaucratic shambles when it comes to recording, investigating and keeping track of those crimes, according to a U.N. internal report.

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The captain and crew of a ship chartered by an anti-immigrant group was ordered to leave Cyprus after being detained on suspicion of forging the documents of 20 Sri Lankans on board, a Turkish Cypriot aid group said Thursday .

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A new poll in Brazil shows President Michel Temer's already-abysmal popularity ratings have hit a new low as corruption allegations continue to swirl around him and others in government.

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Turkey's parliament on Thursday approved a series of contentious changes to its bylaws, which critics say aim to further curtail opposition voices.

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One of Word of Faith Fellowship's two churches in Brazil has rejected claims made by former members that they were subjected to physical and verbal abuse at the hands of ministers and that young congregants were sent to the mother church in North Carolina and forced to work without pay.

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Kuwait has shuttered a private Shiite satellite television channel, saying one of its owners was involved in a terror group linked with Iran and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

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A 17-year-old British girl who allegedly married an ISIS fighter through Skype was in court Wednesday after police accused her of attempting to assist her Jihadi "husband" in launching a terror attack in the UK.

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Richard Branson is selling his majority stake in Virgin Atlantic.

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British police say they have "reasonable grounds" to suspect that local officials may have committed corporate manslaughter in a deadly high-rise fire in London.

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A Yazidi girl who escaped after she was captured by ISIS jihadists said she was raped every day and attempted to kill herself.

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Nigerian hospital officials say the death toll from an ambush in northeastern Nigeria has risen to 48 people.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing for Russia to keep its air base in Syria for another 49 years.

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A senior U.N. humanitarian official says over 200,000 people in Syria have fled their homes in the area around the Islamic State group's de facto capital of Raqqa since April 1.

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As North Korea’s people starve and its tourism industry takes a hit amid new U.S. restrictions, the rogue regime has canceled a popular beer fest -- while also rolling out a new brew for its people.

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Jordan's King Abdullah II lashed out at Israel's prime minister on Thursday, saying everyone in the kingdom was "infuriated" by what he called "unacceptable and provocative behavior" in connection with a deadly shooting at Israel's Embassy in Amman earlier this week.

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