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To free up housing in Germany's populated capital and encourage long-term leases, lawmakers have outlawed Airbnb and its competitors in... http://trib.al/dfJG4wL
To free up housing in Germany's populated capital and encourage long-term leases, lawmakers have outlawed Airbnb and its competitors in Berlin.
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The eldest Obama daughter is taking a year off between high school and Harvard, the White House said Sunday. This type of hiatus... http://trib.al/S2YmDQy
The eldest Obama daughter is taking a year off between high school and Harvard, the White House said Sunday. This type of hiatus, assuming the time is well spent, is endorsed by some colleges.
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Protesters led the unprecedented breach of the luxurious Green Zone to demand the resignation of several government leaders and a vote... http://trib.al/IPKhft2
Protesters led the unprecedented breach of the luxurious Green Zone to demand the resignation of several government leaders and a vote on a technocrat government designed to stymie rampant corruption.
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Trump holds a wide lead in the state over main rival Ted Cruz; meanwhile, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has urged rival Bernie... http://trib.al/egTm8pO
Trump holds a wide lead in the state over main rival Ted Cruz; meanwhile, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has urged rival Bernie Sanders to drop out of their contest.
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I don't think you will Donald Trump
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One of the derailed cars is leaking sodium hydroxide, which is used to produce various household products including soap and detergents... http://trib.al/JLxCIdN
One of the derailed cars is leaking sodium hydroxide, which is used to produce various household products including soap and detergents, says a CSX spokesperson.
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A new, partial cease-fire announced on Friday does not include the major city of Aleppo, and Secretary of State John Kerry is travelling... http://trib.al/tdHdfRI
A new, partial cease-fire announced on Friday does not include the major city of Aleppo, and Secretary of State John Kerry is travelling to Switzerland today hoping to negotiate an expanded agreement.
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The University of Louisville decided this week to take down a Confederate monument that many say was a reminder of a racist past. http://trib.al/PUDv9MF
The University of Louisville decided this week to take down a Confederate monument that many say was a reminder of a racist past.
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It's hard to accept but there were blacks that, with pride, fought for The South/Confederacy and if he could've won the Civil War without freeing the slaves Lincoln would not have declared them free.
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Protests from trade unions and other groups turned violent in cities around the world, with some political leaders using the protests to... http://trib.al/DwCFtio
Protests from trade unions and other groups turned violent in cities around the world, with some political leaders using the protests to rally support and condemn far-right groups.
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Puerto Rico defaults on a $422-million debt payment Sunday, but Congress can't agree on a rescue plan with both Democratic and... http://trib.al/o7mtwW1
Puerto Rico defaults on a $422-million debt payment Sunday, but Congress can't agree on a rescue plan with both Democratic and Republican lawmakers wary of any bailout bill.
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The victory was mainly strategic for Cruz since all 58 Arizona delegates are required to vote for Trump on the first national ballot... http://trib.al/GUiHSd0
The victory was mainly strategic for Cruz since all 58 Arizona delegates are required to vote for Trump on the first national ballot because he won the state's primary.
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+Javier Barberena I'm partially with and against you. I think every body can agree that Donald is not suitable to be the president of the United States in anyway. But the part I disagree with is that we have to make every law abiding to the Constitution. True, it mentions most of the significant parts of the average making of a country, but it doesn't mention everything. Health care, drug abuse, nuclear dealing ship. See what I mean? I'm not trying to start  a war between you and me, I just want to give you more of a enlightenment on the Constitution and how some rules needed to be changed or be made.
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President Obama riffed on Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, and of course Donald Trump in his final appearance at the White... http://trib.al/dsjb3ym
President Obama riffed on Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, and of course Donald Trump in his final appearance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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Wish at least one of this election's candidates were half this funny.
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Iranians headed to the polls Friday inan election cycle th at had already seen moderate and reform candidates make a strong showing. http://trib.al/YmhRDPj
Iranians headed to the polls Friday inan election cycle th at had already seen moderate and reform candidates make a strong showing.
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