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Japan says US serviceman kills woman, self in Okinawa

This photo shows an apartment where a U.S. serviceman and a Japanese woman were found dead in Okinawa, southwestern Japan, on Saturday. (Kyodo News via AP)            A U.S. serviceman fatally stabbed a Japanese woman and then killed himself in Okinawa on Saturday, Japan's Foreign Ministry said, amid growing resentment about American troops in southwestern Japan. U.S. Forces Japan said …

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Death toll from the collapse of buildings in Brazil rises to 7

RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazilian firefighters said the death of victims of a collapse of a couple of buildings in Rio de Janeiro reached seven, with 10 others injured. Condemned four-story buildings fell on Friday in the village of Hillside of Itanhanga, a place that had been hampered by previous heavy rains and flash floods. Department of Fire Col. Luciano …

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Amritsar: India marks 100 years since massacre

Ceremonies have taken place to mark 100 years since the massacre in the Indian city of Amritsar. Hundreds of Indian civilians were shot by British troops while attending a public meeting, in defiance of a ban by colonial authorities. ] This week British Prime Minister Theresa May described the incident as a "tragedy" and "a shameful scar on British Indian …

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Dems defend Omar after Trump retweets video against him

FILE – On March 6, 2019, the photo file, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Seated with fellow Democrats in the Education and Labor Committee during the bill markup, at Capitol Hill in Washington. President Donald Trump weighs the latest controversy involving Omar, retweeting a video that has been edited to suggest that the Minnesota congresswoman destroys the importance of attacks on …

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The Picture Show: NPR

Ariel Ramos, 50, is eating coca leaves to process coca paste, a substance that can be smoked or used for cocaine powder production. "I do not have to move to sell coca paste, buyers come to me. It's easier than any other planting." Fabiola Ferrero hide caption toggle caption Fabiola Ferrero Ariel Ramos, 50, is eating coca leaves to process …

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India elections: Kashmiri voters speak as continuing violence

Over the years, he gave a dream for peace. "If you can not give us peace, give us bunkers," says the 76-year-old who lives in the Indian-controlled Uri village of Kashmir. The Type lies close to the Control Line, the de facto division that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan. As a result, locals say, the town and the surrounding …

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