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Afghan infantryman killed after wounding 3 U.S. soldiers

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — An Afghan infantryman non-stop fire Sunday inside a bottom in the southern Helmand province, wounding 3 U.S. soldiers before being shot dead. Navy Cpt. Bill Salvin, a U.S. military spokesman, pronounced bloc forces had killed the infantryman “to finish the attack,” but Col. Mohammad Rasoul Zazai, an …

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Pope Francis plans Apr revisit to Egypt

Pope Francis will revisit Egypt in late April, reflecting softened Vatican-Muslim discourse after years of tragedy that grown during the prior papacy of Benedict XVI. The Vatican pronounced Saturday that sum of the Apr 28-29 outing will be announced soon. In Egypt, presidential orator Alaa Youssef pronounced the revisit to …

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Afghan solider killed after sharpened U.S. troops

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — An Afghan infantryman non-stop fire Sunday inside a bottom in the southern Helmand province, wounding 3 U.S. soldiers before being shot dead. Navy Cpt. Bill Salvin, a U.S. military spokesman, pronounced bloc forces had killed the infantryman “to finish the attack,” but Col. Mohammad Rasoul Zazai, an …

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Italian boss salutes hundreds of victims killed by Mafia

ROME — Italy’s president, whose hermit was murdered by Cosa Nostra, trafficked on Sunday to an orderly crime stronghold to respect hundreds of Italians slain by the country’s crime clans over the past decades. President Sergio Mattarella also praised the judges, prosecutors, police officers, kinship leaders and politicians who courageously …

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Paris militant binged on drugs, ethanol before rampage

PARIS — Blood tests dynamic Sunday that a suspected Islamic militant consumed drugs and ethanol before a frenzied debauch of assault that finished when he took a infantryman warrant at Paris’ Orly Airport and was shot passed by her associate patrolmen. The Paris prosecutor’s bureau pronounced toxicology tests conducted as …

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Pope begs redemption for church’s role during Rwandan genocide

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis begged redemption Monday for the “sins and failings of the church and its members” during Rwanda’s 1994 genocide and told Rwanda’s boss that he hoped his reparation would help the country heal. In an unusual matter after Francis’ assembly with Rwandan President Paul Kagame, the …

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Britain to trigger Brexit routine on Mar 29

LONDON — Britain’s supervision says it will trigger Article 50, signaling Britain’s depart from the European Union, on Mar 29. The Department for Exiting the European Union pronounced in a matter that Britain’s permanent representative to the EU, Tim Barrow, sensitive the European Council President Donald Tusk of the timing …

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5 ways Saudi Arabia allegedly helped terrorists in 9/11 attacks

  In a bombshell sovereign lawsuit, families of those who died on 9/11 are seeking to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the terror attacks.  The suit, filed in Manhattan sovereign court, sum how Saudi officials were complicit in the attacks — assisting them financially, with training camps and passports — …

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Donald Trump Jr.’s son Tristan breaks leg while skiing: report

Donald Trump Jr.’s center son Tristan was reportedly concerned in a ski collision over the weekend. According to TMZ, the five-year-old pennyless his leg while roving the slopes alongside his father, Ivanka and cousins during the family’s latest outing to Aspen. Tristan was immediately sent to the ER following the …

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Syrian army regains control over Damascus areas seized by rebels

BEIRUT — Syrian supervision forces on Monday regained control of tools of Damascus that were pounded and restrained by rebels and militants the prior day, with dozens killed on both sides during the fighting, the military and an romantic organisation said. The warn insurgent incursion, in which fighters sneaked into …

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