Iraqi PM suspends electricity minister over poor service

Iraq's prime minister on Sunday suspended the country's electricity minister over a power crisis amid mushrooming protests in the country's Shiite heartland demanding better services and jobs.

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Erdogan: Turkey will not back down due to US sanctions

Turkey's president says country will not back down if the United States imposes sanctions in a diplomatic dispute involving an arrested American pastor.

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Body found in truck that plunged off Chesapeake Bay Bridge; search continues

Search teams discovered a body Saturday morning inside a semi truck that had plunged off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel on Friday night, authorities said.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe emerges, rejects Mnangagwa in election

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe on Sunday emerged to address the nation for the first time since stepping down in November and just hours before Monday's historic election, declaring that "I will not vote for those who have illegally taken power."

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High-tax blue states sue Trump administration over cap on treasured deduction

A coalition of high-tax blue states is suing the federal government, claiming the Republican tax overhaul singles them out by capping treasured deductions.

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