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Police Fire Tear Gas at Night-Time Protests in Sudan Capital

Sudanese police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters in the capital and its twin city of Omdurman Tuesday as demonstrators staged night-time rallies against the government.

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John Kerry to Trump: 'Resign'

Former U.S. secretary of state John Kerry said Tuesday he was not ruling out another tilt at the White House in 2020 but that in the here and now, Donald Trump should quit.

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Trump Tells Spokeswoman 'Not to Bother' with Press Briefings

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he has told his chief spokeswoman Sarah Sanders "not to bother" with formal media briefings in the White House, because journalists don't cover her fairly.

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Iran Summons Swiss Envoy over U.S. Arrest of Journalist

Iran's foreign ministry on Tuesday summoned the Swiss ambassador to Tehran to demand the unconditional and immediate release of a state television journalist detained in the United States.

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FBI in Shutdown: 'We Can't Pay Informants'

FBI agents complained Monday that the month-old US government shutdown is preventing them from paying informants, buying drugs undercover in narcotics busts, and even renewing their own security clearances.

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Pompeo Hails 'Disruption' in Global Politics

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday praised a wave of "disruption" in world politics, citing Donald Trump and Brexit but also pointing to elections in France and Malaysia.

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Brazen Paris Bank Raid near Champs-Elysees

Armed robbers held up a bank off Paris' famous Champs-Elysees avenue Tuesday, tying up employees for hours and breaking into safety deposit boxes, police said.

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6,000 Nigerians Flee Boko Haram Attack to Chad

Thousands of Nigerians have fled across Lake Chad since Boko Haram launched attacks in and around the fishing town of Baga last month, the United Nations refugee agency said on Tuesday.

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Investigators Say No Mossad Link to Brussels Jewish Museum Attack

Judges investigating the Jewish museum attack in Brussels rejected on Tuesday defense claims that Israel's Mossad intelligence agency may have played a role. 

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Nigerian Court Grants Jailed Shiite Leader Access to Doctors

A Nigerian court has ordered the secret police to allow a detained pro-Iranian cleric to see his personal doctors as his health was worsening, his legal team said on Tuesday. 

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