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Raqqa liberated from ISIS: 'My city is now ruined and burned down'

After the liberation of Raqqa, the question is who the city will rebuild, and who will rule it.

     
 

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EU divided along U.S.-style blue state, red state lines

The blocremains locked in simmering crisesthat cut along geographic lines.

     
 

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Reports: Model accuses David Blaine of rape

Scotland Yard is investigating after a model came forward, accusing David Blaine of rape. Natasha Prince alleges the magician assaulted her in London in 2004. Veuer's Sam Berman has more.

     
 

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How can struggling British pubs stay open? Try ax-throwing and ping-pong

Struggling British pubs are offering new attractions and games from ping-pong to ax-throwing to draw customers.

     
 

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North Korea threatens 'unimaginable strike' on the U.S.

North Korea isn't happy about the U.S. and South Korea conducting drills in the waters around the Korean peninsula. Video provided by Newsy

     
 

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North Korea threatens 'unimaginable' strike on United States

North Korea conducted itssixth, and most powerful, nuclear test last month.

     
 

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The 10 youngest world leaders


     
 

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Meet Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's youngest female prime minister

Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern is set to become New Zealand's next prime minister, nearly a month after the nation went to the polls. Video provided by Newsy

     
 

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First DREAMer who says Trump border agents wrongly deported him drops lawsuit

Juan Manuel Montes, a DACA enrollee who claimed he was wrongly deported by Border Patrol agents, dropped his lawsuit against the Trump administration.

     
 

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North Korea crisis gives boost to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before election

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his party are poised to win Sunday's election, quite a turnaround from his sinking popularity in recent months.

     
 

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Raw: Whale flounders in Marseille harbor

A seemingly disoriented whale had the crowds entranced - and the rescue workers scrambling - in Marseille's old port on Wednesday. The whale swam into the city's marina, but couldn't locate a way out. (Oct. 19)

     
 

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