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Malaysia: VX nerve agent killed brother of N. Korean leader
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- Sometime in the hours after poisoning the half brother of North Korea's leader, one of his two attackers began to vomit, Malaysian police said Friday. It was apparently an early indication of the immensely powerful toxin that was used in the killing: the chemical warfare agent VX....
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Banned chemical weapon VX is potent killer that lingers
The banned chemical weapon VX is considered by some experts to be the nastiest of the nasty nerve agents known to exist. With a consistency similar to motor oil, it lingers for long periods in the environment and even a tiny amount causes victims' bodies to flood with fluids, producing a feeling of drowning before death....
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Iraqi forces advance in Mosul, strike IS inside Syria
MOSUL AIRPORT, Iraq (AP) -- As Iraqi ground troops pushed into western Mosul on Friday, the country's air force struck Islamic State group targets inside Syria for the first time in response to recent bombings in Baghdad claimed by the militants....
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Trump tower opens in Vancouver but the welcome isn't warm


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The Latest: Syrian opposition says leading fight upon terror
BEIRUT (AP) -- The Latest on the developments in the Syrian conflict (all times local):...
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Other nations shaking heads at US transgender toilet battle
DUBLIN (AP) -- Coming out as a transgender boy brought untold relief to Irish student Lucas Cross. After years of holding it in, he could finally start using the boys' restrooms at school - because Ireland, like some other parts of the world, doesn't make a federal issue about where children do their business....
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Paris mayor fires back at Trump for insulting her city


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South Africa anti-immigrant protests erupt in capital
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) -- Police fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and water cannon Friday as the latest wave of anti-immigrant protests broke out in South Africa's capital, while President Jacob Zuma condemned the violence but said his country's migrant burden is bigger than Europe's....
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Brazil's Carnival kicks off with parades and street parties
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- Revelers all over Brazil are gearing up for parades, balls and street parties on the first of five official days of Carnival celebrations....
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Tunisia overwhelmed, divided over returning extremists
KELIBIA, Tunisia (AP) -- Tunisia's unhappy distinction as one of the world's primary jihadi exporters is coming home to haunt the country, where young men trained by the Islamic State group have killed tourists, soldiers and even an unfortunate shepherd....
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