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Concerns for Thomas Cook Trips after Share Collapse

British holidaymakers on Sunday flooded troubled tour operator Thomas Cook with concerns about their trips, after its share price collapsed.

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Trump Says 'Pro-Life' but Favors Exceptions for Rape, Incest

President Donald Trump has declared himself "strongly Pro-Life", days after two U.S. states passed tough new restrictions on abortions, but said exceptions should be made for pregnancies resulting from rape or incest.

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Indian Island Residents Vote with Sinking Hearts

Residents on Ghoramara fear that the votes they cast Sunday in India's election may be the last before their island sinks into the Bay of Bengal -- a victim of climate change's growing toll.

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'It's a Sky Blue World': City Hailed as England's Best Ever

Manchester City's treble winners have been hailed as English football's greatest ever team after their FA Cup final demolition of Watford completed an historic campaign.

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U.S. Holds Iran Scientist 'Hostage' for Seven Months

The U.S. has detained an Iranian scientist for nearly seven months for allegedly attempting to ship growth hormones, Iranian media said Sunday, quoting his brother as saying he is being held "hostage".

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Austrian President Calls for September Snap Elections

Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen said Sunday he wanted snap elections to take place in September after the government collapsed over a corruption scandal.

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Israel Strikes Southern Syria, Again

Israel launched strikes on southern Syria late Saturday, a war monitor said, prompting air defenses into action for the second night in a row.

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India's Acrimonious Election Comes to an End

Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day Sunday as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority.

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Sudan Protesters Want Civilian as Head of New Ruling Body

Sudan's protest movement said that it is determined to have a civilian as head of a new governing council ahead of negotiations Sunday with army rulers to finalize its makeup.

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Boeing Acknowledges Flaw in 737 MAX Simulator Software

Boeing acknowledged Saturday it had to correct flaws in its 737 MAX flight simulator software used to train pilots, after two deadly crashes involving the aircraft that killed 346 people.

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