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S. Korea Launches Its First Missile-Capable Submarine

South Korea launched its first ever missile-capable attack submarine on Friday, despite a recent diplomatic thaw with the nuclear-armed North.

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Two Koreas Open Joint Liaison Office in North

North and South Korea opened a joint liaison office in the Northern city of Kaesong on Friday as they knit closer ties ahead of President Moon Jae-in's visit to Pyongyang next week.

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Man Drives Car into Crowd in Southern France, Wounding Two

A man drove into a crowd of patrons gathered outside a bar in the southern city of Nimes early Friday, slightly wounding two before hitting a security barrier and being arrested, witnesses and local officials said.

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Venezuela's Maduro Seeks Deals with 'Big Sister' China

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hailed China as a "big sister" as he prepared to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping Friday, hoping to broker economic deals for his crisis-hit country.

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Fires, Explosions Erupt in Multiple US Towns near Boston

Mass evacuations from US towns north of Boston were underway Thursday after dozens of fires and suspected gas explosions erupted, police said, leaving at least 10 residents injured, one critically.

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Washington Approves Plane, Missile Sale to S.Korea

The United States on Thursday approved a new arms sale to South Korea worth $2.6 billion, with denuclearization talks stalled between Washington and the North.

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Pentagon Protests after Intercept of Russian Bombers

The Pentagon has protested after US fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers west of Alaska, in the latest incident of its kind.

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France Pushes for 'Effective' EU Action on Illegal Immigration

French Interior Minster Gerard Collomb said Thursday he will push for "more effective and better harmonized" EU procedures for expelling illegal immigrants, as he gathered with European counterparts in Vienna.

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Key Points from UK's No-Deal Brexit Scenarios

What happens if Britain leaves the EU without a deal? Britain sketched out more implications on Thursday, including the possibility that British driving licenses will no longer be valid in Europe and that mobile phone roaming charges will jump.

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Kosovo Opposition Wants EU to Reject 'Ethnic' Borders

Kosovo opposition parties called Thursday on the European Union to reject "publicly and clearly" border changes with Serbia that would be made on an "ethnic basis."

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