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Todays Head Lines:


  1. Riyadh in reel
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  2. Italian referendums bring regional tensions up north
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  3. Abe election gamble seems to pay off
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  4. Bidding farewell
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  5. Reflections on Maldives-China ties in the past five years
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  6. Dogged effort
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  7. Japan's ruling camp wins two-thirds majority in lower house election amid opposition splitting-up
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  8. Jordan, US explore joint business opportunities
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  9. WHO withdraws Mugabe's goodwill ambassador title
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  10. Canadian police kills man after he rams vehicle into police car
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  11. Cuba offers sports medical service for all its citizens
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  12. Cuban Wushu school celebrates 22nd anniversary with martial arts display
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  13. US urges immediate end of violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State
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  14. Mexico and China see continuing progress in relations
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  15. Catalonia faces up to Spanish warning
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  16. WHO reverses Mugabe appointment
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  17. Tycoon scores big Czech election win, voters shun traditional parties
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  18. Ex-US presidents appear at benefit
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  19. Dogged effort
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  20. Malta offers reward in murder of journalist
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  21. Trump to allow release of JFK files
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  22. US issues warning on cyber threats
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  23. Riyadh in reel
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  24. World voices support for battle against terrorism after Egypt's anti-terror shootout
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  25. Local al-Qaida leader among 38 militants killed in eastern Afghanistan
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  26. Philippine gov't forces rescue all hostages held by pro-IS militants in Marawi
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  27. Ruling party leads in local elections in Georgia: preliminary data
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  28. Five former US presidents appear together for hurricane aid
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