Colin Dwyer

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Venezuela's Pro-Maduro Assembly Seizes Congressional Powers

Friday, August 18, 2017

The move Friday marks a new milestone in President Nicolas Maduro's campaign to consolidate power, giving the lawmaking power of the opposition-packed congress to the legislative superbody he created.

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'Today Is A Day Of Mourning': Remembering The Victims Of Spain's Terror Attacks

Friday, August 18, 2017

An American has been confirmed as one of at least 14 people killed. More than 100 others were injured. In all, victims came from at least 34 nations. Here's a portrait of the lives lost.

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WATCH: Protesters Try To Surrender In Solidarity With Confederate Statue Topplers

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Upward of 100 people showed up at a courthouse in Durham, N.C., to support the people arrested for tearing down a Confederate monument. Then, they tried to turn themselves in, saying, "Arrest me too!"

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3 Hong Kong Activists Jailed For Role In 2014 'Umbrella' Protests

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Joshua Wong was the 17-year-old face of massive pro-democracy protests in the semiautonomous city. Now, he and two others have been given stricter sentences that bar them from office for five years.

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Kenyan Opposition Leader Vows To Take Election Challenge To Supreme Court

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Raila Odinga said he's mounting a legal challenge to what he calls President Uhuru Kenyatta's "computer-generated fraud." But he's not the only one to raise questions about the election recently.

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University Of Florida Denies Richard Spencer Event, Citing 'Likelihood Of Violence'

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The school's president said Wednesday it supports free speech. But after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., he said the white nationalist's request to speak prompted "serious concerns for safety."

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Truck With 20 Tons Of Nutella And Chocolate Vanishes; Police Hunt For Semi's Sweets

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The theft happened this weekend in Germany, according to officials who warn: "Anyone offered large quantities [of chocolate] via unconventional channels should report it to the police immediately."

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Zimbabwe's First Lady Accused Of Beating South African Model With Extension Cord

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Grace Mugabe, wife of longtime leader Robert Mugabe, allegedly assaulted a model who says she was at the same hotel as Mugabe's sons. But so far, Mugabe has not surrendered to South African police.

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Charlottesville Rally Aimed To Defend A Confederate Statue. It May Have Doomed Others

Monday, August 14, 2017

White supremacists gathered near a Confederate monument Saturday with the stated intent of saving it. But after a weekend of violence, other cities are now speeding the removal of their own statues.

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WATCH: Charlottesville Victim's Father Says 'People Need To Stop Hating'

Monday, August 14, 2017

Heather Heyer's father, Mark, told reporters he's proud of her courage — and that he's trying to follow her "fierceness of heart" and peaceful example. "We just need to forgive each other," he said.

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At Least 18 Dead After Gunmen Seize A Cafe For Hours In Burkina Faso

Monday, August 14, 2017

Burkinabe authorities say security forces reclaimed the Turkish restaurant in the early hours local time Monday. Several foreign nationals were among the dead.

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Kenya's Odinga Defies Calls To Concede, Urging Supporters To Boycott

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Opposition leader Raila Odinga continues to reject results that handed President Uhuru Kenyatta re-election. "There is no work until Tuesday, when we will announce the next step," Odinga said Sunday.

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As U.S. Copes With Charlottesville Violence, Protesters Take To The Streets

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Counterprotesters confronted pro-Trump demonstrators in Seattle, prompting a standoff. It was just one of many events across the country protesting the violent white nationalist rally in Virginia.

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2 U.S. Service Members Killed, 5 Injured In Northern Iraq

Sunday, August 13, 2017

The troops died during combat operations, the military said. The mission against ISIS in the region is investigating the incident, which doesn't appear to have been due to enemy contact.

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Train Crash In Egypt Kills More Than 40 People

Friday, August 11, 2017

A train from Cairo hit the back of another train stopped near a station outside Alexandria. More than 120 people were injured, according to the country's health ministry.

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It's Official: Kenyan President Wins Re-Election. But Will Opposition Concede?

Friday, August 11, 2017

The final results announced Friday gave Uhuru Kenyatta a clear win. Yet for days, challenger Raila Odinga has protested what he calls fraud, despite the election's blessing by international observers.

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Yemen Teeters On Brink Of A New 'Catastrophe' As Blood Bank Eyes Closure

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Already racked by violence and the world's worst cholera outbreak, the country is now eyeing another crisis: The National Blood Transfusion Centre may have to shut down amid dwindling supplies.

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Ruth Pfau, Beacon For Pakistan's Leprosy Patients, Dies At 87

Thursday, August 10, 2017

The German-born nun and doctor stopped in Karachi more than five decades ago by accident. But she returned — and through her relentless efforts against leprosy, earned the admiration of the country.

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Belgian And Dutch Officials Point Fingers Amid Egg Contamination Scare

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Millions of eggs have been recalled in European countries afraid they've been contaminated with insecticide. Who is to blame, though? That question is now a matter of international discord.

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This Could Be The Biggest Dinosaur Ever Found — And It's Finally Got A Name

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

After years of study, scientists have given a name to the prehistoric colossus: Patagotitan mayorum. And in a paper published Wednesday, researchers offered the world a closer glimpse.

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