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U.S. Warns of Sanctions if S. Sudan Rivals Fail at Unity Government

The United States will consider sanctions on leaders in South Sudan if they fail to form a unity government for the troubled young nation by their self-imposed deadline of November 12, a U.S. official said Thursday.

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Ecuador Indigenous Group Rejects Talks, Issues Call to 'Radicalize' Protests

A key Ecuadoran indigenous leader Thursday rejected talks with President Lenin Moreno and issued a call to "radicalize" protests over fuel price hikes in violence that has left five protesters dead.

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Macron Says Brexit is 'British Domestic Crisis', UK's 'Responsibility'

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday warned Britain that Brexit was a "British domestic crisis" and it would have to take responsibility for how it leaves the European Union.

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Ecuador Oil Output Hit as Protests Worsen

Protesters in Ecuador fought a running battle with security forces Wednesday in a second day of violent demonstrations over a fuel price hike that forced the government to suspend most of the country's deliveries of crude.

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Suspected IS Radical Stabs Indonesian Security Minister

A suspected IS radical stabbed Indonesia's chief security minister Wiranto as he was stepping out of a vehicle Thursday, leaving two deep wounds in his stomach and injuring three others in the attack, officials said.

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Ukraine's Zelensky Denies Trump Tried to 'Blackmail' Him

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denied Thursday that Donald Trump tried to blackmail him by withholding military aid to Kiev in a phone call between the two leaders. 

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Iran Releases Detained Russian Journalist

Iran has released a Russian journalist detained for suspected links to Israeli intelligence and she was on her way to Moscow, Russia's embassy in Tehran said on Thursday. 

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Dozens of Foreigners Camp Outside UN Offices, Want to Leave S.Africa

Dozens of foreign nationals on Wednesday camped outside the Cape Town offices of the UN refugee agency demanding to be removed from South Africa saying they were no longer safe.

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Romania Government Faces Collapse in No-Confidence Vote

Romania's beleaguered left-wing government risks collapse in a no-confidence vote Thursday, just weeks before a presidential election and amid controversy over the country's nominee for EU commissioner.

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UK and Irish Leaders to Meet in Bid to Break Brexit Stalemate

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Thursday meet his Irish counterpart for last-ditch Brexit talks, with just days left to strike an EU divorce deal and both sides blaming each other for an impasse.

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