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Terror attack at wedding leaves many injured

Many people were injured Saturday in an attack on a wedding in Gaziantep in Turkey’s troubled southeast, the city’s governor said, quoted in Turkish media. Gaziantep governor Ali Yerlikaya said that the explosion in the city centre was due to …

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Trump overtakes Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump has taken a one-point lead over Hillary Clinton in a Reuters-Ipsos poll. It found Republican Trump winning the support of 40 percent of voters, with Democrat Clinton at 39 percent. It’s an eight-point swing in Trump’s direction in …

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Trump catches up to Clinton, latest Reuters/Ipsos poll finds

REUTERS/CARLO ALLEGRI By Maurice Tamman and Chris Kahn (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has pulled into an effective tie with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, erasing a substantial deficit as he consolidated support among his party’s likely voters in …

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1,000 arrests in Gabon post-vote violence

Thousands of angry protesters poured onto the streets of Libreville late Wednesday, accusing the government of stealing the election after Bongo won a second term by a razor-thin margin over rival Jean Ping. His victory is set to extend the …

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Ecuador condemns Rousseff’s impeachment

…Says it’s an overlapping coup d’état The Government of Ecuador has strongly condemned Wednesday impeachment of Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff. Consequently, the government of Ecuador has recalled for consultations its charge d’affairs to the Federal Tepublic of Brazil. Venezuela government …

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