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  1. This day in history

    The Boston Globe5 days ago

    In 2007, two car bombs in Algeria, including one targeting the UN refugee agency’s offices, killed 37 people, 17 of them UN employees; Al Qaeda’s...hacking in the US election ‘‘ridiculous ...

  2. Emirates committed 130 million euros (£114.3 million) on Wednesday, although the initiative has not won support from key regional player Algeria. "As far as the G5 are concerned, we are ...

  3. The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) for the campaign's "ground-breaking efforts" to secure a prohibition on such weapons ...

  4. The Cote d’Ivoire striker did the damage as Abdullah Avcı's men surrendered their lead at the top of the Turkish log, but he was sent off

  5. Leicester manager Claude Puel enjoyed his return to St Mary’s as he saw his side beat Southampton 4-1 with Shinji Okazaki scoring twice

  6. An enormous explosion rocked a major natural gas hub in Austria on Tuesday, killing an employee, injuring at least 18 people and raising concerns about tightening supplies across Europe. Firefighters ...

  7. French leader will be judged on success of his domestic agenda

  8. Sporting News http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/ee/50/ogenyi-onazi_hg3daakz9ju41p9rqngecwo53.jpg?t=-1805457100&w=178 Ogenyi Onazi, Moses Simon out of Algeria & Argentina ...

  9. Starbucks sent out squads of “Give Good” baristas today in their red and green aprons to begin giving away $1 million worth of $20 Starbucks gift cards. In Seattle, 75 Starbucks partners delivered ...

  10. The winners of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize have warned countries that possess nuclear weapons to eliminate their "instruments of insanity" or risk mutual destruction.

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