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BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) " A court in Azerbaijan has freed the husband of a prominent rights defender on health grounds.

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PARIS (AP) " France's leadership is bristling at U.S. resistance to making a global climate accord under negotiation in Paris next month legally binding.

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WASHINGTON (AP) " President Barack Obama said Thursday that a young Army captain who is the newest Medal of Honor recipient had the instincts and the courage to tackle a suicide bomber in Afghanistan during a moment of selfless bravery, saving the...

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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) " The man who reigns as Zimbabwe's Mister Ugly has tough competition in this year's pageant, with organizers saying they received a record number of entries for this beauty contest with a twist.

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MOSCOW (AP) " With an Olympic boycott ruled out, Russia is planning to at least partially admit it has a doping problem.

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VALLETTA, Malta (AP) " The latest news as hundreds of thousands make their way across Europe in search of safety and a better life. All times local.

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) " For months, Marco Rubio's campaign team in South Carolina operated out of a staffer's garage, plotting strategy for the first-in-the-South primary from freshly painted yard sale furniture and tiny classroom desks.

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) " A man accused of making online threats to shoot blacks on the University of Missouri's Columbia campus said he mimicked postings linked to a deadly college shooting spree in Oregon last month, according to a probable cause...

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Shooting a sex scene is always a bit strange, but things got particularly awkward one day onThe Vampire...

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) " Parking tickets can be paid with donations of canned food instead of cash during a monthlong "Food for Fines" program in Lexington, Kentucky.

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LONDON (AP) " Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and British counterpart David Cameron vowed on Thursday to use U.K. knowhow and investment to help modernize the world's largest democracy, as Modi was greeted with official honors and noisy protests.

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