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The unrest began over the imposition of the subway fare increase, and the president's decision to rescind it failed to quell the violence https://t.co/2MZXV1vZL8
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Royal Caribbean has banned a woman for life from its cruises after she was photographed posing for a selfie while standing on a balcony railing on an ocean liner https://t.co/Gl3N7e7CY8
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Chile's president declared a state of emergency as protests against transportation fare hikes devolved into looting and arson in Santiago https://t.co/FRipzQNaeh
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a bipartisan delegation to Jordan for “vital” discussions about the Turkish incursion into Syria amid a shaky ceasefire https://t.co/Gn4TA0i7kL
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“This will cause a reaction similar to a small child throwing tantrums,” said one resident of Culiacán who saw armed men set fire to a bus to block a road. “The cartel men will throw violent fits from now on every time they don’t get what they want.” https://t.co/P2nG0WtXkC
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As civilian deaths surge in Afghanistan, decimated villages face a litany of blows. Friday was Jawdara's turn. https://t.co/s9GgD7kaUN
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Haitians say the political clash between the president and the opposition has pushed the country, used to crises, to the brink of collapse https://t.co/HbNMAQzz3l
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A first for Bolivia's longstanding president, Evo Morales, and not one he wanted as he sought a fourth term in office: He failed to win outright in the first round of voting. https://t.co/qehOAT9wSg
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Many Bolivians have soured on Evo Morales, who has been elected president three times in landslides. This Sunday, it may be different. https://t.co/UruRXJhtAf
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In Russia's most isolated major city, the relatively uncensored internet is replacing Kremlin-controlled TV as the public’s main window onto the world  https://t.co/gk9m6Mc2N7
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"There is no hope." Faced with worsening violence and stagnation, Haitians who could leave have left. Those left worry about making it through each day.  https://t.co/LhrOmrltcm
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Remote mining areas in Congo are the new hot spots for Ebola cases, but “a bumpy road to zero” is in view, a W.H.O. official says. https://t.co/GtURqjLVbk
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“As long as we talk to each other, we don’t kill each other,” Dorothea Buck said. A victim of Nazi abuse of the mentally ill, she became a leading advocate for people deemed psychotic. She has died in Germany at 102. https://t.co/H4r8gkIjpZ
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In Venezuela, where access to basic utilities like safe drinking water and electricity was once near universal, drinking water is a risky gamble with your health https://t.co/rMwqBgFBzi
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A photograph taken this week on a Caribbean cruise quickly went viral but it wasn’t of a pink-sand beach, zip-lining or an onboard skydiving simulator. It was of a woman standing on a balcony railing taking a selfie. https://t.co/XG9fpKnAwA
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Despite a litany of failures, the British prime minister still has a surprisingly good chance of leading the country out of the European Union by the Oct. 31 deadline. https://t.co/ptOGXgZHBR
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Bolivia's president is lionized in some quarters. But as the country prepares to vote, one expert says, “On balance, I would have to say that he has weakened democracy in Bolivia.” https://t.co/02NEbCbndM
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As civilian deaths surge in Afghanistan, decimated villages face a litany of blows. Friday was Jawdara's turn. https://t.co/Nr2yycVX7f
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“Not here, not today,” a French politician told a woman wearing a hijab. A photograph of her son crying in her arms went viral. https://t.co/DmyJ9tlUAL
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