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Chad's President Idriss Deby killed in frontline clashes with rebels, source says
Chad's long-serving President Idriss Deby has died from injuries sustained in clashes with rebels, an army spokesman told state TV on Tuesday.
Laschet Wins Race to Lead Merkel’s Conservatives in Election
Armin Laschet clinched the nomination to run for German chancellor for Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc, ending a messy standoff that threatened to inflict lasting damage on the country’s strongest political force.
For decades, US special-operations units copied the British, but now the tables are turning
The changes are part of a strategic shift, meant to keep the British military relevant amid great-power competition.
State Department to Update Travel Advisories, Listing 80% of Countries as 'Do Not Travel'
The State Department will be updating its travel advisories 'to better reflect CDC’s science-based Travel Health Notices.'
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UK moves to ban US-based neo-Nazi group
Government officials in the United Kingdom are pushing to ban a neo-Nazi group linked to at least five murders in the United States, arguing that it has had a substantial influence on teenagers convicted of terrorism charges in the U.K. British Home Secretary...
After pledging not to build up Trump's border wall, Biden's intentions remain unclear
The Biden administration has yet to put forward a plan for Trump's border wall as it grapples with immigration.
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Dave Ramsey's 'Religious Cult' Company Fired Worker for COVID Worries—Lawsuit
Republican and Democrat join forces to break US reliance on China for critical materials
U.S. ambassador to Russia returning to Washington for 'consultations'
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California man dies in police custody after alleged ‘medical emergency’
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Recharged: How the U.S. is trying to make up lost ground on electric vehicles
US advises against India travel as coronavirus cases surge
Idriss Déby, President of Chad, Dies After Clashes With Rebels
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Biden called George Floyd's brother Philonise after jury was sent out
L.A. hasn't launched new inspections for oil sites years after council backed plan
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