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Senior Conservative Lawmaker Resigns From Boris Johnson's Cabinet Over Brexit

Amber Rudd has resigned as Work and Pensions Secretary, accusing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of an "assault on decency and democracy."

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India Spacecraft Located, Condition Unknown

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman Kailasavadivoo Sivan displays a model of Chandrayaan 2 orbiter and rover during a press conference at their headquarters in Bangalore, India on Aug. 20.

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Typhoon Lingling Makes Landfall In North Korea After Wreaking Havoc In South Korea

Pedestrians shield themselves from wind and rain brought by Typhoon Lingling Saturday, in Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Russia And Ukraine Conduct Prisoner Exchange, Renewing Hopes For Talks

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky, right, greets Ukrainian prisoner filmmaker Oleg Sentsov upon his arrival in Ukraine, Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019.

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Distress And Desperation In The Bahamas As Dorian Death Toll Expected To Keep Rising

Malida Chereme, 67, tried to cool off her face while waiting in Marsh Harbour. "I'm going anywhere I find," Chereme said. "I have a visa for Miami."

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Colombia Is Turning Into A Major Medical Marijuana Producer

Workers prune marijuana plants at a Clever Leaves greenhouse in Pesca, Colombia. The company employs over 450 people.

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Colombia Is Turning Into A Major Medical Marijuana Producer


India's Attempt To Land Rover At Moon's South Pole Fails

Indian Space Research Organization employees react as they learn that mission control lost communication with its unmanned landing module moments before it touched down on the moon's south pole Saturday (local time.)

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Oil Seen Leaking From Hurricane-Hit Facility On Grand Bahama Island

A satellite image taken Friday shows damage and oil leaking from a terminal on Grand Bahama. The company that owns it says 1.8 million barrels were being stored there when Hurricane Dorian hit late Sunday.

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Britain's House Of Lords Approves Bill Blocking No-Deal Brexit

A monitor in the House of Lords shows its approval of a bill blocking a no-deal Brexit Friday.

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Pope Francis Comes To Africa With A Vision. Will It Stick?

Pope Francis waves as he arrives at Zimpeto Stadium in Maputo, Mozambique, on Thursday, where he led a public Mass.

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Inside China's Crackdown On Human Rights Advocates

The sudden arrest of three rights advocates indicates China's now-vanishing civil society is being dealt a final blow.

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'You Can't Stay Here': Dorian Leaves Parts Of The Bahamas Uninhabitable

Evacuee Samazio Rolle and his dog, Logan, sit in the shade next to an airplane in the afternoon heat at a landing strip on Abaco, in hopes of catching a flight to Nassau. The pair survived Hurricane Dorian's punishing strike on the Bahamas — and now they want to leave Abaco.

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'You Can't Stay Here': Dorian Leaves Parts Of The Bahamas Uninhabitable


As Bahamas Turn To Recovery, U.S. Worries About China Stepping In To Help

An aerial view shows damage after Hurricane Dorian on Great Abaco Island, Bahamas.

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As Bahamas Turn To Recovery, U.S. Worries About China Stepping In To Help


Robert Mugabe, Veteran President Of Zimbabwe, Dead At 95

Robert Mugabe, shown at Zimbabwe's 34th annual independence celebrations in 2014, led the nation from its independence in 1980 until 2017.

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Why The Measles Surge Could Open The Door To A Host Of Other Diseases

A child is immunized against measles, mumps and rubella in Lyon, France.

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In Bahamas, Officials Assess 'Generational Devastation' From Hurricane Dorian

The destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian is seen from the air in Marsh Harbour on the Bahamas' Great Abaco Island. The death toll from the hurricane, officially at 30, is expected to climb.

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Boris Johnson's Brother Resigns From U.K. Parliament Over Brexit

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