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    World Moscow police say seven hurt as taxi plows into crowd – Reuters News

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A taxi drove into a crowd of people near Moscow’s Red Square on Saturday, injuring seven people including Mexicans in the city for the soccer World Cup, Russian officials and eyewitnesses said. A damaged taxi, which ran into a crowd of … Read more via More Top Stories –...
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    World Thai king granted full ownership of crown billions – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    Thailand’s king has been granted full ownership of the palace’s multi-billion dollar assets under a law passed last year, according to a rare "explanatory note" published by the financial arm of the powerful but secretive … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and World...
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    World Court Throws Out Ibrahim Mahama Compensation – ModernGhana News

    Exton Cubic Group Limited, the company with links to Ibrahim Mahama, brother of former President John Mahama, has been prevented by the Kumasi Human Rights Court 2 from claiming compensation from the government. The court, on Thursday, dismissed Exton Cubic 39;s application that was seeking to...
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    World Trump threatened to send 25 million Mexicans to Japan: report – Yahoo News

    Washington (AFP) – Donald Trump threatened Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe he would ship 25 million Mexicans to his country, one of a series of bizarre missives that jarred fellow leaders at last week’s acrimonious G7 meet, according to a report on Friday. … Read more via Yahoo News –...
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    World Bemba’s release adds to Congo’s volatile political mix – Daily MonitorHome

    One of the world’s most unstable countries was already struggling with a political crisis and nail-biting uncertainty. A decision by a war crimes tribunal has now added to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s explosive mix. By acquitting ex-rebel and former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba, the...
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    World Greek govt faces censure vote, demos over Macedonia deal – Capital News

    Greece’s leftist-led government was to face a censure vote and protests on Saturday as it prepares to sign a provisional deal to end a 27-year name row with Macedonia. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to weather the vote which takes place a day before the foreign ministers of Greece...