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  • Guaido arrives at border concert, delivering blow to Maduro
    Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido claimed the military helped him defy a travel ban by President Nicolas Maduro's government as he joined thousands over the Colombian border Friday for a charity concert.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    3 hours ago
  • Security under the spotlight as Nigerians prepare to vote in presidential election
    An attack in northeastern Nigeria by suspected Islamist militants just hours before polls were set to open in Nigeria’s presidential election Saturday underscored the challenges confronting Africa’s most populous nation.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    4 hours ago
  • ‘Custody’ wins big at French film awards
    "Custody", a film about domestic violence and a divorced couple's battle over their son, was the big winner at the "French Oscars" -- the Cesars -- on Friday, where veteran US actor and director Robert Redford was presented with an honorary award.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    6 hours ago
  • R&B singer R. Kelly charged with sexually assaulting teenage girls
    Grammy-winning R&B singer R. Kelly was charged in Chicago on Friday with aggravated sexual assault of four people, including three teenage girls, following years of accusations against the performer.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    8 hours ago
  • Trump picks envoy to Canada Kelly Craft for U.N. ambassador
    President Donald Trump said on Friday he was nominating Kelly Craft, currently the U.S. ambassador to Canada, to replace Nikki Haley as his envoy to the United Nations after a four-month search.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    8 hours ago
  • On Greek island of Lesbos, migrants’ dreams turn to disillusion
    A gateway to Europe, the Greek island of Lesbos saw tens of thousands of refugees arrive in 2015. Back then, the islanders rushed to help the new arrivals. But today, sympathy has given way to exasperation. Many migrants are stuck on the island, waiting for their asylum requests to be processed. Their living conditions are dire; some have lost everything
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    Published on 02-22-19
    18 hours ago
  • Exhibit of French artist accused of plagiarising Jean-Michel Basquiat is cancelled
    The Sakura art gallery in Paris has cancelled an upcoming exhibit by local artist Guillaume Verda, who has been accused of copying Jean-Michel Basquiat. The controversy has once again raised the question: when does inspiration become plagiarism?
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    Published on 02-22-19
    18 hours ago
  • France says top al Qaeda commander in Sahel killed
    French forces have killed a top jihadist leader, Yahya Abou El Hamame, in an operation in Mali, Defence Minister Florence Parly said Friday.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    20 hours ago
  • Fabien Clain, from rapper to ‘French voice of the Islamic State group’
    Fabien Clain, who was killed in an air strike in Syria, according to French media, was the most senior Frenchman in the Islamic State (IS) group, best known for an audio recording in which he claimed responsibility for the Nov. 2015 Paris attacks.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    1 day ago
  • ‘Empire’ actor staged Chicago hate crime to get higher pay, police say
    Actor Jussie Smollett paid two brothers to stage a racist and homophobic attack on him and pose as supporters of President Donald Trump because he was unhappy with his pay on the hip-hop TV drama "Empire," Chicago's police chief said on Thursday.
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    Published on 02-21-19
    1 day ago