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Merkel Confronts Fresh Turmoil After Historic Bavarian Setback

The Christian Social Union’s loss of its absolute majority on Sunday threatens to reverberate through Merkel’s seven-month old government, which ...
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Children drowning in ‘digital diet of pizza and sweets’

by Fiachra GIBBONSWith YouTube replacing Disney as the most-loved brand among young children in the US, and streaming giants encouraging ...
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Brexit Talks Put on Hold as Stalemate Deepens

A weekend of intense talks -- including a surprise dash by Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab to Brussels -- failed to ...
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After Kanye Praises Trump, De Niro Talks of Finding Anti-Trump

“We all know my thought about the president and we have a more important thing now and that’s working to ...
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One dead as monstrous Hurricane Michael tears into Florida

by Brendan Smialowski with Leila Macor in MiamiFlorida officials said Michael, packing winds of 155 miles per hour (250 kilometers ...
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Drake, Ed Sheeran Most Streamed Spotify Artists of Last Decade

Taking the No. 1 spot on the most-streamed artist rundown is Drake, with Ed Sheeran landing atop the most-streamed song ...
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One dead as monstrous Hurricane Michael tears into Florida

by Brendan Smialowski with Leila Macor in MiamiFlorida officials said Michael, packing winds of 155 miles per hour (250 kilometers ...
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Drake, Ed Sheeran Most Streamed Spotify Artists of Last Decade

Taking the No. 1 spot on the most-streamed artist rundown is Drake, with Ed Sheeran landing atop the most-streamed song ...
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Barbie deployed to close ‘Dream Gap’ for young girls

The doll's maker Mattel on Tuesday announced a sweeping campaign in collaboration with university researchers to teach young girls to ...
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TRAIN CRIME: As another train burns in Cape Town, MPs ask: What are Prasa’s plans for today?

Arson attacks are an “act of sabotage”, Prasa board chair Khanyisile Kweyama said at Parliament on Tuesday. About midway into ...
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