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Razing the Cannes Festival Bunker ?

Razing the Cannes Festival Bunker ? Outgoing Cannes president wants to scrap the iconic festival building...

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9/11 Museum Set to Open More Than 12 Years After Fateful Attack

9/11 Museum Set to Open More Than 12 Years After Fateful Attack More than twelve years after al Qaeda attacked the United States, a museum dedicated to that horrific moment is set to open on Thursday with an appearance by President Obama and a small group of survivors, rescue workers and family members of the victims....

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Italian Diplomat Denies Child Abuse in Philippines

Italian Diplomat Denies Child Abuse in Philippines Suspended Italian diplomat denies child abuse, human trafficking allegations in Philippines...

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Ras Baraka Declares Victory in Newark Mayor's Race

Ras Baraka Declares Victory in Newark Mayor's Race Ras Baraka, son of late poet, declares win in race to succeed Cory Booker as Newark's mayor...

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A Look at Allegations of Cover-Ups at VA Hospitals

A Look at Allegations of Cover-Ups at VA Hospitals A look at the allegations of cover-ups and delayed care at Veterans Affairs hospitals, clinics...

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'Holy Traffic Cones' Become Symbol of Thai Crisis

'Holy Traffic Cones' Become Symbol of Thai Crisis 'The Holy Cone' enters Thai lexicon after brutal political beatings go viral online...

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Photos: Iconic Images From Cannes

Photos: Iconic Images From Cannes Vintage Images of Iconic Actors & Actresses at Cannes...

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Ohio Court OKs Order That Dad Can't Have More Kids

Ohio Court OKs Order That Dad Can't Have More Kids Ohio appeals court upholds judge's order that deadbeat dad can't have more kids until he pays...

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US Ambassador Kennedy Visits Fukushima Plant

US Ambassador Kennedy Visits Fukushima Plant US Ambassador Kennedy gets firsthand look at Japan's devastated Fukushima nuclear plant...

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'Holy Traffic Cones' Become Symbol of Thai Crisis

'Holy Traffic Cones' Become Symbol of Thai Crisis 'The Holy Cone' enters Thai lexicon after brutal political beatings go viral online...

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Sears Considering Selling Its Canadian Operations

Sears Considering Selling Its Canadian Operations Sears Holdings considering selling its 51 percent stake or the entirety of Sears Canada...

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Report: Director Bendjelloul Committed Suicide

Report: Director Bendjelloul Committed Suicide Report: Brother says 'Searching for Sugar Man' director Malik Bendjelloul committed suicide...

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Factories Torched in Anti-China Protest in Vietnam

Factories Torched in Anti-China Protest in Vietnam 15 factories torched, looted as anti-Chinese protests in Vietnam spin out of control...

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Yemen Army Clash With Al-Qaida Kills 7 Troops

Yemen Army Clash With Al-Qaida Kills 7 Troops Yemeni officials: Army repels al-Qaida attack; 7 troops, 16 militants killed in the fighting...

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IOC Creates $300K Fund to Help Ukraine Athletes

IOC Creates $300K Fund to Help Ukraine Athletes IOC chief Bach creates $300K fund to help Ukraine athletes amid unrest with Russia...

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Mondrian Painting Could Fetch $30M at Auction

Mondrian Painting Could Fetch $30M at Auction Major Mondrian painting up for sale for first time, could fetch $30 million...

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UN: Wars Internally Displace 33.3 Million in 2013

UN: Wars Internally Displace 33.3 Million in 2013 UN: 33.3 million forced to flee inside their own countries, 1 Syrian family each minute...

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UK Unemployment Drops to 5 Year Low

UK Unemployment Drops to 5 Year Low UK unemployment rate drops to 6.8 percent, lowest in 5 years...

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Malaysia PM Calls for Real-Time Tracking of Planes

Malaysia PM Calls for Real-Time Tracking of Planes Malaysian PM calls for changes, real-time tracking of planes after MH370's disappearance...

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Some in Northeast Nigerian Form Vigilante Groups

Some in Northeast Nigerian Form Vigilante Groups Some in northeast Nigeria form vigilante groups, kill suspects to stem attacks by militants...

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