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At least 134 Fulani shepherds killed in central Mali's worst violence yet

BAMAKO (Reuters) – Gunmen killed at least 134 Fulani shepherds in central Mali on Saturday, a local mayor said, the latest deadliest attack in a region affected by aggravated ethnic and jihadist violence. The assault on the villages of Ogossagou and Welingara took place as a UN Security Council who visited Mali and sought solutions to violence that killed hundreds …

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The best signs from the huge anti-Brexit march in London.

A youth has a sign that thousands of protesters take on the streets of London under People's March Day March 23, 2019 in London, England. Ian Forsyth / Getty Images How Tucker Carlson Conned America Into Thinking His Heinous Opinions Do Not Matter A list of drum figures that apparently will not be accused by Robert Mueller With his choice …

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Norway cruise ship: Viking cruise ship carrying 1,300 passengers sents mayday call; passengers evacuated by helicopters and boats today

A cruise ship with engine problems sent a mayday call off Norway's western coast on Saturday, then began evacuating its 1,300 passengers and crew amid stormy seas and high winds in a high-risk helicopter rescue operation. VG said the Viking Sky cruise ship ran into propulsion problems as bad weather hit Norway's coastal regions on Saturday. Police in the western …

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International response to the case of ISIL's last bastion | Syria News

Leaders from a number of countries respond to US backed forces announcing that they have captured the last enclave held by the Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) in Syria, eliminating the group's so-called caliphate After weeks of heavy fights and flight bombardment, the Kurdish led Syrian democratic forces (SDF) declared on Saturday's victory over ISIL …

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Venezuela Guaido says Maduro is in its last phase

LECHERIA, Venezuela (Reuters) – V Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has reached his final stage and there will soon be a change in the government, says opposition leader Juan Guaido, adding that his allies have spoken to highly-read military members to change pages . In an interview with Reuters on Friday, Guaido said Maduro had lost the opportunity to "finance political …

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Dozen or Mali villagers killed by gunmen

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Fulani are semi-nomadic shepherds                  At least 50 people have been killed in an attack on a village in central Mali by armed but wearing traditional dogon hunters' clothing, reports say. Ambassadors for the UN are currently in Mali addressing the increasing levels of ethnic and jihadist violence. The victims of Saturday's deadly attack …

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Montreal priest stacks suspected of appearing in court

The attack happened as the priest of St. Joseph's Oratory at Mount Royal led Mass on Friday morning at the church in Montreal, Quebec, police said. The suspect's name was not released immediately. He is expected to appear with video feeds on Saturday afternoon at the Quebec Court Criminal Room. If any charges are filed, they will be determined by …

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Violence Dips in Week 19 or ‘Yellow Vest’ protests

PARIS – French security forces fanned out across Paris and other cities on Saturday as the country faced a 19th weekend of "Yellow Vest" demonstrations, following a surge of violence last week that caught the authorities by surprise months of dwindling numbers and calmer protests Though sporadic clashes erupted late in the day, violence dropped on Saturday as protesters marched …

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Defying Allies, Italy Signs On New Silk Road With China

ROME – Italy opposed the negotiations and warnings of its European Union and US allies on Saturday by officially joining China's big new silk road at a signed ceremony with President Xi Jinping in China, a move that crystallized shifting geopolitical balances and populist Italian Government's willingness to break with its traditional partners. The agreement will "build a better relationship" …

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Brexit: Protesters call for new vote as impasse deepens about E.U. Split

EU supporters, calling on the government to give Britons a vote on the final Brexit deal, participate in the 'People's Vote' in central London, Britain March 23, 2019. (Henry Nicholls / Reuters) Karla Adam London correspondent covering the United Kingdom March 23 at 9:25 AM LONDON – The struggle over Brexit played on the streets of London on Saturday in …

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