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    WikiLeaks’ latest release raises questions about who stole CIA documents and why

    WikiLeaks’ release of nearly 8,000 documents that purportedly reveal secrets about the CIA’s tools for breaking into targeted computers, cellphones and even smart TVs has given rise to multiple theories about who stole.

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    South Korean president sacked by top court

    South Korean President Park Geun-Hye was fired by the country's top court on Friday, as it upheld her impeachment by parliament over a wide-ranging corruption scandal.

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    From travel bans to alternative facts: the dangerous descent into irrationality

    Donald Trump has signed a new executive order preventing citizens of six Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for the next 90 days. The decree covers Syria, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen.

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    WikiLeaks exposes alleged CIA hacking program

    WikiLeaks today released what it claims is the largest leak of intelligence documents in history. It contains 8,761 documents from the CIA detailing some of its hacking arsenal.

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    North Korea missiles 'drill for strike on US bases': KCNA

    Three of the four missiles fired Monday came down provocatively close to US ally Japan, in waters that are part of its exclusive economic zone, representing a challenge to US President Donald Trump.

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    Somalia: 110 die from hunger in 48 hours

    Somalia’s prime minister has announced the deaths of at least 110 people due to hunger and diarrhea in the country over the past 48 hours amid a drought in the Bay region.

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    'Islam will be largest religion in the world by 2070'

    Islam will overcome Christianity to become the most popular religion in the world by 2070 with migration seeing a surge in Europe and America's Muslim population, research shows.

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    Nigeria's Amina Mohammed sworn in as Deputy UN Secretary-General

    Nigeria’s former Minister for Environment, Amina Mohammed, has been officially sworn in as Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations at the headquarters in New York.

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    EU extends North Korea sanctions in line with UN resolution

    The European Union is boosting its sanctions against North Korea in line with a U.N. Security Council Resolution following another nuclear test in September last year.

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    Son of boxer Muhammad Ali detained at Florida airport

    A son of boxing legend Muhammad Ali was held for questioning for two hours at a Florida airport upon returning from Jamaica because of his Arabic-sounding name, US media reported late on Friday.

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    2nd Florida mosque hit by arson in past 6 months

    A mosque in Tampa, Florida was set on fire early Friday morning. This is the third time in a year that an Islamic center has been set on fire in the Tampa area.

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    Thousands declare 'I am Muslim too' at rally in US

    Over a thousand people from various faiths declared 'I am a Muslim too' as they assembled at the iconic Times Square here to express solidarity with the Muslim community and protest against US President.

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    Will Putin End Relations With Iran For Trump?

    As I write these lines, Washington is abuzz with the news of Donald Trump’s top security advisor, Michael Flynn’s resignation. The White House is trying to clean up the mess Flynn’s rather over-zealously erratic.

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    Trump advisor Flynn resigns

    President Donald Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned late on Monday after coming under fire over whether he discussed the possibility of lifting US sanctions on Russia before Trump took office.

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    UN to hold urgent meeting on North Korea missile test

    The UNSC has announced an emergency meeting to discuss North Korea’s recent launch of a nuclear-capable ballistic missile.The United States, Japan, and South Korea on Sunday requested the meeting.

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    Explosion at French nuclear plant, no contamination risk: officials

    An explosion occurred at French utility EDF's Flamanville nuclear plant on Thursday but there was no associated nuclear risk, a local government official said on Thursday.

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    Egyptian Islamic body opposes divorce reform

    Egypt's top Islamic body has rejected President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's suggestion for a legislation to ban the practice of Muslim men verbally divorcing their wives, saying it is an "undisputed practice"

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    Trump Talks to Putin, and Suddenly Ukraine’s in Play

    Lighting erupted in Ukraine after many months of uneasy but consistent calm after Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the U.S. and Russian presidents, finally spoke for the first time last weekend by telephone.

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    Trumpistan: 5-year-old Muslim boy handcuffed, detained as 'security risk'

    The 5-year-old American son of an Iranian woman was handcuffed and detained for hours without his mother at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia because he was deemed a "security theat,"

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    Student charged with murder in Quebec mosque attack

    A Canadian political science student known to have nationalist sympathies was charged on Monday with six counts of murder over a shooting spree at a Quebec mosque — one of the worst attacks ever to target Muslims.

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    Protests against Trump’s Travel ban across US

    It is an impressive and largely spontaneous display of popular resistance. Activists said they are clinging to the original purpose of America, as a sanctuary for the persecuted and as a destination for the forlorn.

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    'Trump visa ban to fuel violence, serve extremists'

    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) said on Monday that U.S. President Donald Trump's temporary ban on travel to the United States from seven majority-Muslim countries harmed the common struggle. UNITED STA

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    6 killed in mosque shooting in Canada

    Six people were killed and eight wounded when gunmen opened fire at a Quebec mosque during Sunday night prayers, in what Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a “terrorist attack on Muslims”.

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    6 killed in mosque shooting in Canada's Quebec

    Six people were killed and eight wounded when gunmen opened fire at a Quebec mosque during Sunday night prayers, in what Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a “terrorist attack on Muslims”.

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