Egypt razes historical Cairo district, angering residents

Egyptian authorities are demolishing a historical 19th century neighborhood in Cairo to make way for high-end housing and business development a stone's throw from the Nile, angering residents who say they have not been properly compensated.

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In heart of West Africa, Burkina Faso faces rising extremism

The extremists approached the shepherd and made their intentions clear: They were seizing only the cattle owned by the deputy mayor of Burkina Faso's rural commune of Deou and leaving the others alone.

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Israel eases Gaza restrictions amid cease-fire efforts

Israel on Wednesday opened its only cargo crossing with the Gaza Strip weeks after closing it amid a surge in violence with the Islamic militant group Hamas.

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Trump campaign: Omarosa breached confidentiality agreement

Where does the President Trump's feud with fired White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman go from here? Insight from criminal defense attorney Bob Bianchi.

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Heavy monsoon rains kill 44 in southern India, close airport

Torrential monsoon rains have disrupted air and train services in the southern Indian state of Kerala where flooding, landslides, house and road bridge collapses have killed more than 40 people in the past week, officials said Wednesday.

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