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The increase in measles cases is due to fewer people being vaccinated against the deadly disease, which was, at one time, declared eliminated.
As a deal between Russia and Turkey neared collapse in Idlib, a separate Turkish attempt to enhance its influence in the country at the expense of another U.S. ally has apparently made progress.
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While the Danish government had immediately dismissed the idea of a sale, it was prepared to discuss closer ties with Washington over the American presence on the world's largest island.
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The Pangolin, quite possibly one of the strangest and most unique animals in the world, is on the verge of extinction.
The heyday of the Rodeo Queen was the mid-80s, but one queen-making coach says the competition is stampeding back.
NRA board member Richard Childress, a former NASCAR driver and the owner of a self-titled car racing enterprise, submitted his resignation to the board on Monday, according to a copy of the letter obtained by Newsweek.
The Mexico United Against Crime campaign group has praised the decision which allows two people to take the drug under certain conditions.
Trump was condemned for remarks he made in the Oval Office which critics say used the anti-Semitic trope of Jewish Americans having dual loyalty to the U.S. and Israel.
China has continued to defend its stance on supporting the Hong Kong government amid widespread protests as a video emerged of local police appearing to beat a detained man in the semi-autonomous city.
"Every fire [in the Amazon region] is somehow started by the human being," Ricardo Mello said. "So this increase [in fires] is directly caused by the action of man."
The 'abiotic' methane may hold clues about its presence elsewhere in the solar system, researchers say.
Scientists looked at data on millions of people to learn more about air pollution and mental health.
The shark attacked the woman in an area popular with snorkelers, scuba divers and kayakers.
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