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Verdict Due in First Paris Attacks Trial

A man who rented his flat to Islamic State jihadists will be sentenced Wednesday in the first trial stemming from 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 people dead.

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Trump Lawyer Says He Paid $130,000 to Porn Star Linked to President

President Donald Trump's personal lawyer told the New York Times Tuesday he paid $130,000 of his own money to a porn star who once said she had an affair with Trump.

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New York Bomber Sentenced to Life in Prison

A New York judge on Tuesday sentenced a U.S. restaurant worker to life in prison following a September 2016 bombing that wounded 31 people in Manhattan's upscale Chelsea neighborhood.

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FBI Contradicts White House Timeline on Trump Aide's Security Clearance

FBI Director Chris Wray said Tuesday the White House was given a full background security report in July on an aide to President Donald Trump who resigned only last week over domestic abuse allegations.

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Greek, Turkish Vessels Collide Again amid Cyprus Gas Row

A Greek and a Turkish patrol boat again collided near a disputed islet group in the Aegean, the Greek navy said Tuesday, as a Turkey-EU row unfolded over Cyprus.

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U.S. Intel Chiefs Say Russia Meddling Threatens Congress Elections

U.S. intelligence chiefs said Tuesday that Russian attempts to meddle in U.S. politics are continuing unabated -- and pose a threat to mid-term congressional elections in November.

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Turkey Jails Opposition MP for 'Leaking Secrets'

An Istanbul court on Tuesday sentenced an opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) lawmaker to five years and 10 months in jail for leaking classified material to a daily critical of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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S. Africa Ruling Party Orders Zuma to Resign as President

South Africa's ruling ANC party on Tuesday "recalled" scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma from office but set no deadline for him to step down, pitching the country into further uncertainty.

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Oxfam Faces Fresh Claim of Abuse in South Sudan

Scandal-hit British charity Oxfam was reeling Tuesday after fresh claims of sexual assault and rape, this time between aid workers in South Sudan.

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Judge Rejects New Assange Bid to Cancel UK Arrest Warrant

A British judge on Tuesday rejected a second attempt by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to overturn a warrant that means he would be arrested if he stepped outside his refuge in the Ecuadoran embassy.

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