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7:36 PM - Sunday, May 03, 2015
5 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
Boko Haram has abandoned so many hundreds of kidnapped women and girls recently that Nigerian officials tasked with bringing them back into society said on Sunday they were looking to open a second rehabilitation camp, a nod to how fast the tid . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
Celebrated neurosurgeon Ben Carson has officially announced his intention to run for president.“I’m willing to be part of the equation and therefore, I’m announcing my candidacy for president of the United States of America," Carson told Ohio's . . .
7 hour ago - CNN.com
Freddie Gray's death has sparked ongoing protests in Baltimore and raised long-simmering tensions between police and residents. See pictures from the scene.
7 hour ago - Latest Politic
While fans debate the quality of Mayweather vs. Pacquiao, the still-being-calculated final revenue totals are looking undeniably staggering
18 hour ago - The Guardian / Caroline Davies
Alice, Charlotte, Olivia are among the bookmakers’ favourites in speculation about what Prince William’s daughter will be calledIt’s a girl, but the guessing game over the Princess of Cambridge continued on Sunday with a wait for the announceme . . .
6 hour ago - BBC
Community leaders in central Nigeria accuse government troops of killing civilians and burning villages following the deaths of six soldiers.
5 hour ago - CNN.com
Protests erupted in Tel Aviv after video emerged of two police officers beating a uniformed Israeli soldier of Ethiopian origin.
7 hour ago - BBC
Drivers for Germany's Deutsche Bahn plan a week-long strike to start on Monday, their eighth walkout in 10 months of wage negotiations.
5/2/2015 - Yahoo! News
Accused of fighting a lacklustre election campaign, British Prime Minister David Cameron has turned up the passion in its dying days but risks having left it too late to convince voters. Opinion polls suggest Cameron's centre-right Conservative . . .
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