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A government jet carrying Serbia's president to Italy last week was forced to turn back when the co-pilot... http://trib.al/59N3V1V
A government jet carrying Serbia's president to Italy last week was forced to turn back when the co-pilot spilled coffee on the instrument panel.
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In the wake of two shipwrecks in the Mediterranean Sea that left hundreds dead, how do various countries... http://trib.al/bl94tDi
In the wake of two shipwrecks in the Mediterranean Sea that left hundreds dead, how do various countries respond to migrants arriving by boat?
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Oskar Groening is accused of assisting in the murder of 300,000 people at the Nazi camp although he... http://trib.al/MRY28nj
Oskar Groening is accused of assisting in the murder of 300,000 people at the Nazi camp although he did not kill anyone himself.
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The NYC transit authority says more than 1.7 billion people rode the subway last year. That's a 2.6 percent... http://trib.al/5L7DY5f
The NYC transit authority says more than 1.7 billion people rode the subway last year. That's a 2.6 percent increase from 2013.
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Monday's Boston Marathon was the second race held since the bombings in 2013. This year's race coincides with... http://trib.al/w5soh92
Monday's Boston Marathon was the second race held since the bombings in 2013. This year's race coincides with the trial of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and illustrates how the city is finding a new normal.
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The gyrocopter mail man who landed on Capitol Hill ended up making a bold statement about security in... http://trib.al/EERyQQN
The gyrocopter mail man who landed on Capitol Hill ended up making a bold statement about security in Washington D.C., but that wasn't his intended message. What was he trying to say with his stunt?
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Ousted President Mohammed Morsi's jail term underscores the dramatic downfall of Morsi and... http://trib.al/aiqn9oS
Ousted President Mohammed Morsi's jail term underscores the dramatic downfall of Morsi and Egypt's once-powerful Muslim Brotherhood.
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Unidentified US officials say the USS Theodore Roosevelt has been sent to dissuade Iran from sending arms to... http://trib.al/FAOBFt6
Unidentified US officials say the USS Theodore Roosevelt has been sent to dissuade Iran from sending arms to the rebel Houthi movement.
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In Oklahoma, a volunteer sheriff's deputy killed Eric Harris when he accidentally fired his handgun instead of... http://trib.al/4iQlZZL
In Oklahoma, a volunteer sheriff's deputy killed Eric Harris when he accidentally fired his handgun instead of a stun gun. How often does this happen and what can be done to prevent it?
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Questions about the influence of foreign donations are legitimate and Hillary Clinton needs to address them... http://trib.al/ruUrLqB
Questions about the influence of foreign donations are legitimate and Hillary Clinton needs to address them forthrightly or she may find that they don't go away.
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As authorities arrest six young men in Minneapolis and San Diego for allegedly planning to travel to Syria to... http://trib.al/OcJ6Xe0
As authorities arrest six young men in Minneapolis and San Diego for allegedly planning to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State, local leaders attempt to address the root causes of radicalization.
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Norway is the first country in the world to announce that it is ending FM radio in favor of digital... http://trib.al/usHCVzL
Norway is the first country in the world to announce that it is ending FM radio in favor of digital broadcasting. How long before other countries follow?
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