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China marks Nanking Massacre’s 80th anniversary

Chinese President Xi Jinping led a citywide minute of silence.

     
 

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U.S. torture continues at Guantanamo Bay, U.N. expert warns

Days before assuming office in January,Trump endorsed the use of torture against terror suspects, saying: "Absolutely I feel it works."

     
 

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'Going on a witch hunt' in India is real  — and deadly

Nearly 2,000 people across Indiawere killed for allegedwitchcraft between 2005 and 2015, according to India’s National Crime Records Bureau.

     
 

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UK surgeon admits assaulting patients by signing initials on their livers

Simon Bramhall used an argon beam coagulator, which seals bleeding blood vessels with an electric beam, to mark his initials on the organs.

     
 

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Surgeon admits to burning his initials into liver of patients

A British surgeon has admitted to burning his initials into the liver of two patients during their transplant operations. Rob Smith (@robsmithonline) has all the details.

     
 

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2017: Remembering those we've lost through the year

Take a look back in memoriam of 10celebrities, athletes and other notables who died in 2017.

     
 

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China marks 1937 Nanjing Massacre


     
 

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Baby survives after born with heart growing outside her body

Most babies born with this extremely rare condition do not survive.

     
 

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Brexit: UK Parliament backs final say in EU divorce, delivering major blow to Theresa May

The move follows the European Parliament's warning on London back-pedaling.

     
 

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New US Embassy in London set to open in January 2018


     
 

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Facebook: Russia spent 97 cents meddling in Brexit vote

Britain's Electoral Commission requested Facebook look into any dubious activity in last year's Brexit vote.

     
 

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