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Uneasy Calm in Sudan's Darfur after Clashes Kill 155

A tense calm fell Tuesday on Sudan's Darfur region after days of inter-ethnic violence claimed at least 155 lives, left scores wounded and displaced tens of thousands, a tribal leader and a regional official said.

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Kremlin Dismisses Calls to Free Navalny, Warns against Protests

The Kremlin on Tuesday dismissed Western demands to free top opposition politician Alexei Navalny and said his calls to stage mass protests were troubling.

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Trump Mulling Pardons on Last Full Day in Power

President Donald Trump began his final full day in the White House Tuesday with a long list of possible pardons to dish out before snubbing his successor Joe Biden's inauguration and leaving for Florida.

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Out-of-control Truck Kills 15 on Indian Roadside

An out-of-control dumper truck crushed fifteen people to death as they slept by the roadside early Tuesday in western India, authorities said.

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Magnitude-6.4 Quake Hits Argentina, Says USGS

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake shook western and central Argentina Monday, the United States Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or significant damage.

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China Rescuers Drill New 'Lifelines' to Trapped Gold Miners

Chinese rescuers drilled several fresh holes Tuesday to reach at least 12 gold miners trapped underground for nine days, as dwindling food supplies and rising waters threatened their survival.

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PM Urges Pro-EU Lawmakers to Back Italy's Fragile Govt.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte appealed to liberal, pro-European lawmakers Monday to support his teetering government or risk handing power to the nationalist right.

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Navalny Urges Russians to 'Take to the Streets' over Jailing

Russia's most prominent opposition leader Alexei Navalny called on Monday for his supporters to take to the streets after a hastily organized court ordered him jailed for 30 days.

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Russian Gets Six Years for Putin Party Office Vandalism

A Russian court jailed a mathematician for six years on Monday for breaking a window at an office of President Vladimir Putin's ruling party, causing outrage among activists.

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Rebels Kill Two Peacekeepers in C. Africa

Rebels killed two peacekeepers in the Central African Republic on Monday, the U.N. mission MINUSCA said, hours after the country's top court confirmed that President Faustin Archange Touadera had won re-election.

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