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Livemint8 Children Killed in Home in Northern AustraliaNew York TimesSYDNEY — Eight dead children and a woman suffering from stab wounds were found inside a home in a northern Australian city on Friday, police said. Queensland state police said they were called to the home in the Cairns suburb of Manoora on Friday ...Cairns deaths: Eight children found in Australian homeBBC NewsEight Children Found Dead in Australia HomeNBCNews.comEight children found dead at home in Cairns, Australian police sayCNNWall Street Journal -Telegraph.co.uk -Bloombergall 114 news articles »
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Washington PostCastro brothers' resistance to change could test renewed US-Cuba diplomacyWashington PostDuring the 47 years that he ruled the island, Fidel Castro was a dominant and near-daily presence in the lives of ordinary Cubans. He cajoled, lectured and admonished them, feuding with enemies — especially the United States — in looping, animated ...In a Political Gamble, Marco Rubio Sticks to His Tough Line on CubaNew York TimesAs US eases hostilities, Cuba faces new challengeReutersNation's shift on Cuba reveals generation gapBoston GlobeVoice of America -Quartz -MiamiHerald.comall 10,418 news articles »
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Voice of AmericaUS: Sony Cyberattack Is 'Serious' National Security MatterVoice of AmericaWASHINGTON—. U.S. officials are treating a cyberattack on Sony Pictures as a "serious national security matter," with the National Security Council considering a proportionate response, the White House said Thursday. Evidence shows the attack against ...Did North Korea really hack Sony? Cybersecurity pros at odds (+video)Christian Science MonitorSony hack leaves US in quandary on how to deal with North KoreaLos Angeles TimesAuthorities increasingly satisfied N. Korea behind hackUSA TODAYJerusalem Post -Washington Post -Reutersall 10,215 news articles »
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PoliticoDHS-backed report calls for bigger White House fencePoliticoMost Read; Videos. IRS warns of possible shutdown · Obama libre · Limbaugh: I warned you · Grimes: Rand can't run for president and Senate · The Castros finally hit the jackpot · How Republicans could stop Obama's Cuba play · Jeb Bush quitting Barclays ...Review Points to Deep Problems Within Secret ServiceVoice of AmericaWhite House told: make fence 5ft taller to protect presidentTelegraph.co.ukRaise The White House Fence, Secret Service Review SaysHuffington PostLos Angeles Times -Washington Times -NDTVall 198 news articles »
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LivemintSeveral 'high-value' ISIS leaders killed in Iraq, Pentagon officials sayFox NewsU.S. airstrikes have killed several top Islamic State leaders in Iraq in recent weeks, limiting the terrorist army's ability to fight Iraqi and Kurdish forces, Pentagon officials said. Three top Islamic State leaders were killed in recent weeks, including multiple senior ...Several Islamic State Leaders Have Been Killed in Iraq, US SaysWall Street JournalSenior Isil leaders killed in American air strikesIrish IndependentThree top Islamic State leaders killed in air strikes: US officialsDaily News & AnalysisBusiness Standard -Financial Times -ABC Newsall 383 news articles »
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UPI.comJeb Bush giving up Barclay's adviser role, paid speaking engagementsUPI.comThe Washington Speakers Bureau has deleted former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush from its website, another sign he is serious about a presidential run. By Frances Burns | Dec. 18, 2014 at 8:05 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter.Jeb Bush candidacy spells a contentious GOP raceBoston GlobeClinton, Democrats Can't Find Consensus to Beat Jeb BushBusinessweekJeb Bush will 'actively explore' presidential runFlorida CourierThe News-Press -Baxter Bulletin -Chicago Daily Heraldall 255 news articles »
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Los Angeles TimesBoston Marathon bombing suspect appears in court as trial nearsLos Angeles TimesBoston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared in U.S. court in Boston on Thursday for the first time in a year and a half as a federal judge held a final hearing to discuss last-minute issues before the trial gets underway Jan. 5. The judge ...Boston suspect makes rare court appearanceTimes of IndiaTsarnaev appears in court for 1st time since 2013Sulphur Southwest Daily NewsTsarnaev lawyer says he plans to seek trial delayWatertown Daily Timesall 714 news articles »
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Wall Street JournalColorado's Marijuana Law Challenged by Nebraska, OklahomaWall Street JournalA marijuana store employee talks with customers last week inside the Breckenridge Cannabis Club, which sells recreational marijuana products in Breckenridge, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) Brennan Linsley/Associated Press. By. Nathan Koppel.Oklahoma, Nebraska ask Supreme Court to overturn Colorado pot lawWashington TimesContact High Court: Nebraka and Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado Pot LegalizationNBCNews.comNeighbouring states challenge Colorado pot laws in top US courtAsiaOneSTLtoday.com -WSIUall 223 news articles »
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Obama signs bill to sanction Venezuelan officialsTimes of IndiaWASHINGTON: President Barack Obama has signed legislation into law allowing him to sanction Venezuelan government officials who were involved in a crackdown on anti-government protesters. The bill authorizes sanctions that would freeze the assets ...and more »
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