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Excluded Totti Resigns as Roma Director

Roma legend Francesco Totti, who joined the capital club as a 12-year-old before retiring in 2017, announced on Monday he was resigning as director.

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Mexican, Salvadoran Presidents to Meet on Mexico Border

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday he will meet his Salvadoran counterpart Nayib Bukele this week at Mexico's southern border, amid a crisis over Central Americans migrating toward the U.S.

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Morsi: From Egypt Election Triumph to Death as Inmate

Mohamed Morsi, who died Monday aged 67, was Egypt's first democratically elected president but spent just one turbulent year in office after the 2011 uprising before the army toppled him.

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Erdogan Blames Egypt 'Tyrants' for Morsi's Death

Turkish  President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday blamed Egypt's "tyrants" for the death of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi who died in a Cairo hospital after fainting during a court session.

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Egypt ex-President Morsi Dies during Trial

Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi died on Monday in a Cairo hospital after fainting during a session in court, judicial and security sources said.

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Germany, UK Warn Iran over Uranium Plans as EU Urges Caution

Germany and Britain on Monday warned Tehran not to breach uranium stockpile limits set by the 2015 nuclear deal, as the EU's diplomatic chief dismissed Iranian threats as "political dialectics."

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Far-Right Motive Seen in German Official's Murder

German prosecutors said Monday they suspect a far-right motive in the murder of a pro-migrant city official but have no indication the suspected shooter acted as part of a network.

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30 Killed in Triple Suicide Bombing in NE Nigeria

Thirty people were killed late Sunday in a triple suicide bombing in northeast Nigeria, emergency services reported, in an attack bearing the hallmarks of the Boko Haram jihadist group.

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Brain Disease Kills 97 Indian Children, 'Heat Curfew' Imposed

The Indian state of Bihar grappled Monday with twin crises, with a brain virus potentially linked to lychees killing almost 100 children and extreme heat leaving 78 people dead.

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'Explosion' near China-North Korea Border Causes Small Quake

A "suspected explosion" near the China-North Korean border caused a small earthquake on Monday, Chinese seismology authorities said, less than an hour after news broke about Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming trip to Pyongyang.

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