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Mass Secret Grave In Eastern Mexico Could Be Country's Largest, Official Says
Bodies are still being recovered from a clandestine grave in Veracruz, Mexico — but a local prosecutor says it's destined to become the largest in the country. Jorge Winckler Ortiz, the state attorney general of Veracruz, says that at one large site ...
250 skulls discovered in clandestine graves, says Mexican officialCBS News
Mexico violence: 250 skulls found in Veracruz mass graveBBC News
Relatives group for missing people says its found 249 remains in 121 graves after losing faith in authoritiesMirror.co.uk
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The Significance Of The Trump-Mohammed bin Salman Meeting
“Patience is a virtue,” according to an ancient piece of wisdom. There is no doubt that for the eight long years of Barack Obama's presidency, Riyadh's patience was tested to the max by an administration that seemed — intentionally or not — adamant ...
9/11 Families Warn Trump: Don't Welch On Your Promise After Meeting With Saudi RoyalDaily Caller
Trump Wins Saudi Praise for 'Turning Point' After Meeting PrinceBloomberg
Saudis unveil first-ever girls council – but omit girls from eventFox News
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François Fillon, French Presidential Candidate, Is Charged With Embezzlement
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François Fillon and his wife Penelope at a campaign rally in January. Credit Eric Feferberg/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. PARIS — The French center-right presidential candidate François Fillon was formally placed under investigation and ...
French presidential candidate Fillon charged in jobs probeWHIO
Francois Fillon under formal investigation over 'fake jobs' scandalEagle Radio
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Trump Travel Ban: Girl Guides of Canada Axes All Trips to US
President Donald Trump has said he wants to keep "bad hombres" out of the U.S. — but his travel restrictions are now keeping a somewhat less scary-sounding group out of the country: the Girl Guides of Canada. The organization, which is Canada's ...
Girl Guides of Canada cancel US trips over Trump orderWashington Post
Girl Guides Of Canada Says It's Too Risky For Kids To Cross The US BorderHuffington Post
Lynx hits slopes at British Columbia ski resortKOMO News
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Worse than Wilders? Why refugees in the Netherlands fear the status quo
Amsterdam, the Netherlands (CNN) Khalid Jone is -- in theory -- one of the lucky ones. He fled bloodshed in Sudan after his family was killed in bomb attacks, and made it to safety in the Netherlands. "You're not looking for work, or to start a new ...
In the Netherlands, a far-right groundswell also reveals immigrants' new swayWashington Post
Geert Wilders Helps Sweep Mainstream Toward the Far-RightNBCNews.com
Wilders vs. Rutte Puts Dutch Elections in SpotlightU.S. News & World Report
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EU workplace headscarf ban 'can be legal', says ECJ
Workplace bans on the wearing of "any political, philosophical or religious sign" such as headscarves need not constitute direct discrimination, Europe's top court has ruled. But the ban must be based on internal company rules requiring all employees ...
Ban on Head Scarves at Work Is Legal, EU Court RulesNew York Times
EU court says employers can ban Muslim headscarf in workplaceWashington Post
Employers' Hijab Ban Isn't 'Direct Discrimination,' European Court SaysNPR
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S. Korea women's school movement seen as root of Park ouster
SEOUL, South Korea — When the Constitutional Court removed President Park Geun-hye from office last week, there were waves of social media messages thanking students at one South Korean university for sparking the historic change. Last summer ...
Ousted South Korea leader slammed for defianceYahoo News
South Korean prosecutors to summon ousted president ParkReuters
S. Korea acting leader turns down resignations by Park aidesTownhall
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Attention on migrant crisis reportedly blamed in part for pirate attack off Somalia
Military analysts reportedly warned that a pirate attack off Somalia was imminent because assets used in the European Union's anti-piracy program have been diverted to the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean. Alan Cole, the head of the United Nation's ...
Oil tanker hijacked off Somali coastCNN
Somali pirates demand ransom for oil tanker, EU force saysABC News
Pirates off Somalia hijack first commercial vessel since 2012Christian Science Monitor
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North Korea warns of 'merciless' strikes as US carrier joins South Korea drills
REFILE - CORRECTING EVENT A U.S. Navy F18 fighter jet lands with the aid of a tail hook on the deck of aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson during a routine exercise in South China Sea, March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro. 1/2. left. right. U.S. Navy F18 ...
N.Korea threatens of ultra-precision strikesYahoo News
SEAL Team 6 is helping plan a 'decapitation' attack against North Korea's Kim Jong-un: reportRaw Story
No firm evidence China retaliated over Thaad: S Korean ministerTODAYonline
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