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Can Donald Trump end the Gulf crisis?
The US president is soon to meet leaders who imposed the blockade on Qatar nearly nine months ago.
Villagers flee as India, Pakistan trade heavy border fire
As fighting along the border between India and Pakistan rages, more than 1,000 Kashmiris flee the violence.
How NAFTA helped stir Mexico health crisis
While economists have praised economic growth brought about by the trade deal between the United States, Canada and Mexico, healthcare workers in Mexico say the pact has had disastrous consequences.
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In Iowa and New Hampshire, campaign crowds were overwhelmingly white, but the states up next on the campaign calendar have a significant number ? or a majority ? of nonwhite voters.
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'True Grit' author Charles Portis dies at 86
Charles Portis, the reclusive Arkansas writer known for the classic Western novel "True Grit" and the wry humor that filled his works, died on Monday at the age of 86 after battling a long illness, the New York Times reported.
Sanders, Bloomberg trade insults as Democratic White House race heats up
Democratic White House contenders Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg stepped up their attacks on each other on Monday, with Sanders accusing the media mogul of trying to buy the election and Bloomberg saying the senator and his fervent supporters were hurting the party.
U.S. flies 338 Americans home from cruise ship, including 14 with coronavirus
More than 300 Americans who had been stuck on a cruise ship affected by the coronavirus were back in the United States on Monday, flown to U.S. military bases for two more weeks of quarantine after spending the previous 14 days docked in Japan.
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