Trucks loaded with women, children, mattresses and bags of rice rolled into a refugee camp in India's northeastern Assam state on Thursday as security forces tried to stamp out
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Delegations from around the world failed on Friday to agree a landmark U.N. arms-trade treaty to regulate the more than $60 billion industry, opting for further talks and a possible
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Three members of the feminist collective were arrested after an anti-Putin protest and face up to seven years in jail.
A Portland State University graduate student expelled after allegedly threatening violence against a faculty member wants to return to the university.
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The right to own guns is ingrained in the American psyche, but in a town in Georgia it's also the law.
In China’s sprawling Xinjiang region, where the population is growing and cotton farming is booming, a key river has been running dry in summer.
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