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Rotting liquor leaves about 100 plantation workers dead in India

Nearly 100 people in Assam state of India died after drinking contaminated bootleg wine. [19456513] (Associated Press) The number of deaths in India is reported to be over 99 over 100 hospitalized after essential bottle powders in the state of Assam. Almost all victims were plantation workers in tea farms in the countryside. The tragedy incident is the second coming …

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The Latest: Train possibly taking Kim to summit enters China

In this Monday, Feb. 15, 2019, drone image, cave explores pose with flags of North Korea, Vietnam and the U.S. in En cave in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. Vietnam will host the second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi on Feb. 27-28. (Oxalis Adventure via AP)            HANOI, Vietnam – The …

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Trump's North Korea envoy Biegun: a capable man in an impossible job?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Days before a second US-North Korea summit, much rests on the shoulders of a former auto executive trying to find common ground between an American president seeking a big foreign policy win and a North Korean leader who seems unlikely to hand him one. FILE PHOTO: US special representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun (R), shakes hands …

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The delay of brexit in anticipation as cabinet ministers split from May

Three senior UK ministers warn Theresa May that Britain's departure from the European Union should be delayed if there is no success in his dealings in the next few days. Writing in the United Kingdom Daily newspaper, cabinet Amber Rudd, David Gauke and Greg Clark members have suggested that they support a vote in Parliament to extend Article 50 to …

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Nigeria elections: Buhari seeks second term in delayed polls | News

Abuja, Nigeria – Nigerians are heading to the polls in one of the most closely contested presidential and legislative elections in the country's political history, after a week-long delay over security fears. About 120,000 polling stations opened at 07:00 GMT across Africa's most populous nation and leading oil producer, with results expected early next week. The elections on Saturday marked …

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The Truckloads of fighters of ISIS and their jihadi brides line to leave the final frontline of the terrorists

ISIS's final march: Truckload of the last warriors and their jihadi brides – bringing designer knockoff bags – line until leaving the last terrorist front line after US-coalition airstrikes indicate their surrender [19659002] At least 36 trucks and two buses have departed from the last patch of territory in the remote village of Baghouz They are deployed with mounted guns …

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