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Strong Quake Shakes Mexico, Causing Panic

A strong earthquake shook southern and central Mexico Friday, causing panic less than six months after two devastating quakes that killed hundreds of people.

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Kosovo Celebrates 10 Years since Splitting from Serbia

Kosovo on Saturday celebrates 10 years since it declared independence, a moment of pride for its ethnic Albanian majority, although sovereignty remains fiercely contested by Serbia.

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UK Labor Party Dismisses Spy 'Smear' against Corbyn

Britain's Labor Party on Friday brushed off claims by a former spy for then Czechoslovakia that its leader Jeremy Corbyn had knowingly cooperated with the communist intelligence agency, calling it a "ridiculous smear."

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212 Arrested in Immigration Sweep in Los Angeles

U.S. federal agents said Friday they arrested 212 people in Los Angeles for violating federal immigration laws.

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Trump Says 'No Collusion' after Russians Indicted for Election Meddling

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday held up the indictment of 13 Russians -- and no Americans -- for meddling in the 2016 election as vindication that his campaign team did not collude with Moscow.

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European Spy Chiefs Plead for Post-Brexit Security cooperation

The heads of key British, French and German spy agencies warned Friday that intelligence sharing and cooperation must continue even after Britain quits the European Union.

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Oxfam Unveils Action Plan after 'Stain' of Sex Scandal

British charity Oxfam on Friday unveiled an action plan to tackle sexual misconduct following the "stain" of a prostitution scandal although the man at the center of the allegations denied organizing orgies.

The charity also said it had agreed with the British government not to apply for any new state funding until it had satisfied demands laid out by International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt.

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FBI Warned about Florida School Shooter but Failed to Act

The FBI admitted Friday that it had received a detailed warning from a tipster over a month ago that Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz might be planning such a massacre -- and that it failed to take any action.

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Brazil's Temer Gives Army Full Control of Rio Security

Brazil's President Michel Temer on Friday handed the military full control of security in Rio de Janeiro in an increasingly desperate fight to tame runaway gang violence.

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U.S. Indicts 13 Russians for Election Interference

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday indicted 13 Russian nationals and three companies accused of running a secret campaign to tilt the 2016 presidential election.

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