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Kurdistan President Resigns After Vote Backfires
  As Cities Fall, ISIS Fighters Take to Deserts for Next Battles
  Syria Army, ISIS Clashes in Deir Ezzor Kill 73: Monitor
  Syrian Government Shelling Kills 11, Hits School
Mattis: US Will Never Accept Nuclear North Korea
  North Korea Conducts Evacuation Drills Amid War Threats
Catalan President, Cabinet Flee to Belgium
  Spanish FM: No One Believes Catalonia Is Independent
Niger Deaths Start New Debate on US War Authorizations
IAEA Chief Confirms: Iran Is Living Up to Nuclear Deal
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Qatar Does Not Fund Hamas: US Ambassador to United Nations
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Somalia Leader Says Attack Meant to Shake Unity
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Election Re-Run: Polling Incomplete, Next Steps Uncertain
Kenya Counts Votes, and the Cost of a Violence-Hit Election
Kenyan Opposition Leader Odinga Wants New Vote
Kenyan Official Says Opposition Leaders Incited Riots
Man Killed With Arrows in Kenyan Village on Edge Over Elections
At UN, France Battles US Over Backing Sahel Force
Libyan Forces Order Investigation Into Bodies Found Near Benghazi
Egypt Triggers Major Security Shakeup a Week After Ambush
Burundians Cheer Court Withdrawal With 'Bye Bye ICC'
Mexico's Record Violence Is a Crisis 20 Years in the Making
Spain Arrests Four Former Venezuelan Officials for US Probe
Sacked Catalan President Calls for Opposition to Madrid
Catalan Police Call for Neutrality as Spain Exerts Control
Neo-Nazi Salutes Seen at Protest Against Catalonia Independence
Spain's Foreign Minister Tells AP He Doesn't Rule Out Catalonia Crisis Could End With More Autonomy for Troubled Region
Spanish Envoy: Catalan Leader Out of a Job No Matter What
Huge Pro-Spain Rally in Barcelona
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Spanish Government Sacks Catalan Chief of Police Operations
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Pro-Independence Catalans: 'I've Never Felt Spanish'
Catalan Companies Face Boycott Over Independence Push
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EU Official Says No One Will Recognize Catalonia
Greek Government in Spat With Spain's Ambassador Over Catalonia
France's Occitanie Region Calls for Spain and Catalonia Peace Talks
Iceland Leans Toward Leftist Government in Snap Election
US Hopes for More From Russia After Crimean Prisoners Freed
Macedonia's Opposition Rejects Results of Municipal Vote
Greek Police Arrest Suspect Behind Parcel Bomb Attacks on EU Officials
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'Massive Military Response' if North Korea Fires Nukes: US
South Korea Signals Intent to Offer Maintenance Support for US Strategic Assets
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