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21 Apr 2015 - United States
Understanding Why RefugeesRefugees have been journeying to Europe from Africa and the Middle East for years, but the numbers have seen a sharp climb recently because of several factors.
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Retired bishop recountsOn the morning he died, Cardinal Francis George watched with eyes wide open as retired Auxiliary Bishop Raymond Goedert anointed him with oil and bestowed the sacrament of the sick, commonly called... last rites. Both men knew the cardinal was preparing to die.
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5 Million Iowa Hens to BeIt's the second recent outbreak in the state
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7 coal miners dead, 17 trapped after shaft floods at a mine in northern China
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What a rush! Volunteers bringThis place has gone from ghost town to boomtown. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management wants to give four lucky history buffs the chance to live in a preserved mining town on public park land in Montana.
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Truly cool: The NorthernSee the aurora borealis from inside a glacier.
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Utah mom admits killing 6 babies

CNN - 21 Apr 2015 09:00
Utah mom admits killing 6A Utah mom who admitted to killing six of her babies soon after giving birth was given a hefty prison sentence Monday.
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Muslim family says daughterA spokesman for a Muslim couple in Alabama on Monday said their 20-year-old daughter fled a Birmingham suburb to join Islamic State militants in Syria after being recruited via the Internet.
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Pilot arrested for carrying knives

CNN - 21 Apr 2015 09:00
Pilot arrested for carryingCathay Pacific was forced to cancel a scheduled flight from London to Hong Kong after one of the pilots was arrested after trying to board the airliner with knives in his luggage.
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Bear Necessities: Warning asThe grizzly population of our country's national parks is bear-ly getting any sleep these days.  
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Blue Bell Creameries issuesTexas-based Blue Bell Creameries issued a voluntary recall for all of its products late Monday after two samples of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for potentially deadly... listeria bacteria.
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6 Baltimore police officersBaltimore's mayor, police officials, and prosecutor sought to calm their city Monday, while six officers were suspended as authorities investigated how a suspect suffered a fatal spine injury in... police custody last week.
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Garbage men, traffic tickets:CNN's Atika Shubert explains how the terrorist group ISIS functions as a state.
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Japan maglev train sets worldIt's a bird -- It's a plane -- It's an insanely fast Japanese bullet train.
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(Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is in no doubt that James Murdoch is ready to take a much bigger role at Twenty-First Century Fox, by far the largest part of the media empire that... James' father Rupert Murdoch built.
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Asif Malik, his partner, and the four children were detained at a hotel in an industrial district in Ankara.
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6 from Minnesota charged with trying to join Islamic State group
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Japan's space agency seeks support for 2018 moon landing in bid to keep pace with China, India
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Thailand seizes 4 tonnes of ivory in record bust

Al Jazeera English - 21 Apr 2015 08:08
More than 700 tusks confiscated days before amnesty for ivory owners to register goods comes into effect.
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Ducks grab 3-0 series lead with 5-4 overtime victory over Jets
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Swords, incense and jewelry draw bargain-hunters and auction bidders to outdoor Saudi market
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Chinese president applauds Pakistan's anti-terror efforts, pledges to support country
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UN: Rescue ship may haveThe boat that sank in the Mediterranean over the weekend with hundreds of migrants on board may have capsized after being touched or swamped by a cargo ship that came to its aid, a U.N. official says.
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AC/DC drummer Phil RuddPhil Rudd, longtime drummer for the rock bank AC/DC, has unexpectedly changed his plea to guilty on a charge that he threatened to kill a former employee he had fired after a solo album failed to sell... well, a court in Tauranga, New Zealand, said Tuesday. Rudd also pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and methamphetamine. According to court documents, Rudd called an associate in September and said he wanted one of the fired employees "taken out," then later offered that same associate about $150,000 plus "a motorbike, one of his cars, or a house," apparently to carry out the earlier request. Rudd also allegedly called the unidentified ex-employee and threatened to "come over and kill you," which frightened the worker, BBC News reports. A second murder-for-hire charge was dropped due to...
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The plan thrashed out by ministers is aimed at human traffickers profiting from the desperate migrants.
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