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3 Mar 2015 - United States
Twitter Escalates ISIS Battle:Social media giant knocking out hundreds of accounts daily.
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Ga. postpones its 1st execution of a woman in 70 years, citing problems with injection drug
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'Walking Dead' town for sale

CNN - 3 Mar 2015 06:19
'Walking Dead' town for saleThe faded downtown of a small town in Georgia, made famous by an appearance on "The Walking Dead," can now be yours for the right price.
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Afghan villagers bury their dead after avalanches

Al Jazeera English - 3 Mar 2015 05:50
Aid starting to reach villages where more than 200 people were killed, but many villages remain cut off.
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So This Baby Weasel Decided toThe battle for survival just got airborne
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Mexico condemns string of 3 Mexican citizens killed in less than month by US police
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Saudi Arabian bloggerThe wife of Raif Badawi, the Saudi Arabian blogger currently serving 10 years in prison and facing 1,000 lashes after criticizing clerics on his site, says that her husband could soon face the death... penalty on apostasy charges. Raif Badawi, Saudi Arabian blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes, now faces the death penalty ://t.co/J2qwTWWKdU pic.twitter.com/uajfJEAGjp -- The Independent (@Independent) March 1, 2015 Ensaf Haidar told The Independent official sources inside Saudi Arabia told her that criminal court judges want to try him for apostasy, even though charges were thrown out in 2013 after Badawi told the court he was Muslim; the evidence against him was the fact that he "liked" a Facebook page for Arab Christians. His family had been hoping that international condemnation against his...
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Boko Haram posts 'beheading'Boko Haram, the Islamist extremist group already blamed for numerous horrific attacks in West Africa, posted a graphic video online Monday showing the apparent beheadings of two men who the group said... were suspected spies.
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Suspect Declared 'HeilPolice officer testifies that suspect asked how many Jews he had killed after Kansas shootings
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Sex Offender Who Fled CanadaSheriff's office: Sex offender who fled Canada for Seattle arrested for investigation of rape
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Study says global warmingA new study from Stanford University says that climate change driven by humans is behind the drought in California, which is affecting 98 percent of the state. The two main weather conditions that... lead to drought -- higher than average temperatures and tiny amounts of rain and snow -- are occurring at the same time because of climate change, the study shows. Researchers also found that the worst droughts in the state's history happened when it was dry and warm, and global warming is increasing the chance that those weather patterns will take place at the same time, USA Today reports. The study's leader, Noah Diffenbaugh, said having dry years that are also warm would not happen without human influence, like burning fossil fuels. Not everyone agrees with the Stanford study, which appeared...
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FBI searching for gunman in Hometown bank robbery

Chicago Tribune - 3 Mar 2015 01:28
FBI searching for gunman inThe FBI is searching for a gunman in connection with Friday's robbery at the U.S. Bank branch in Hometown and who is suspected of twice robbing another branch of the bank in Chicago.
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U.S. Intel Chief: Roughly 40James Clapper said the U.S. faces more global challenges than at any time in his half-century career in the intelligence community.
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Obama Hints at 10-Year Iran Nuclear Deal

ABC News - 3 Mar 2015 01:09
Obama Hints at 10-Year IranThe president wants a decade-long Nuclear pact from Iran, but it may be a long shot.
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Libyan parliament confirms Haftar as army chief

Al Jazeera English - 3 Mar 2015 01:08
Khalifa Haftar appointed as commander of the armed forces loyal to the internationally-backed government.
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How Israel Sees BenjaminIsraelis are divided on the prime minister's trip to Washington, just two weeks before they go to the polls
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Fresh Violence on Hong Kong Streets

Boston - 3 Mar 2015 00:11
Angry protests have taken place in Hong Kong against Chinese visitors who come to the territory to shop.
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How Strong Is Iraq's Army?

Boston - 3 Mar 2015 00:11
Iraq's army is battling an jihadist insurgency, but how strong is the force?
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ISIS hostage release -- why now?

CNN - 3 Mar 2015 00:05
ISIS hostage release -- whyIgniting a live man in a cage; severing the heads of dozens; kidnapping, raping and selling women and children -- ISIS' shocking maltreatment of its captives has become regrettably predictable.
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New Video Shows Moments BeforeSurveillance footage from a homeless shelter shows another angle an altercation between Los Angeles police officers and a transient man that turned fatal.
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Kerry complains of 'cherry picking' in Ukraine deal

Al Jazeera English - 3 Mar 2015 03:59
US secretary of state threatens Russia with more economic sanctions if ceasefire is not fully implemented.
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Most Surprising Allegations inNurse Nina Pham survived Ebola but is suing the hospital where she caught it.
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Child killed by Metra train on the Far South Side

Chicago Tribune - 3 Mar 2015 01:56
Child killed by Metra train onA child died Monday afternoon after being struck by a Metra Electric Line train on the South Side, officials said.
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