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At least 10 people are dead, including the driver, after a van carrying migrants crashed Wednesday on a remote Texas highway, authorities said.
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New President Ebrahim Raisi takes the oath before parliament Thursday, with Iran facing an economy battered by US sanctions, a grinding health crisis and thorny negotiations on the 2015 nuclear deal. Raisi takes over from moderate Hassan Rouhani, whose...
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