Over 4,000 migrants were rescued from boats near Libya this weekend
Full Article Business Insider
03 May 2015

ROME (Reuters) - Nearly 4,100 migrants were rescued from boats near the coast of Libya on Saturday and Sunday and rescue operations continued as people smugglers took advantage of calm seas, Italy's coast guard and navy said. All of those rescued were being brought to Italian shores, with some already arriving at Lampedusa, Italy's southernmost...

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In this Monday, April 20, 2015 file photo, Greek army Sgt. Antonis Deligiorgis, standing at left, rescues migrant Wegasi Nebiat from Eritrea, front left, from the Aegean sea, on the island of Rhodes, Greece.
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Italy says 3,700 boat migrants rescued, operations ongoing
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Italy Says 4,100 Boat Migrants Rescued in Ongoing Weekend Mission
updated 29 Aug 2014; published 13 May 2014
Migrants drown as Libya boat to Italy sinks
updated 19 Apr 2015; published 19 Apr 2015
900 migrants feared dead after another migrant boat sinks off Libya
updated 21 Aug 2014; published 21 Aug 2014
Italy: Hundreds of Libyan migrants rescued at sea
updated 07 Aug 2014; published 04 Aug 2014
Italian navy rescues 2,700 migrants over weekend
Mayweather wins decision in richest fight ever
Full Article WPXI
03 May 2015

Floyd Mayweather Jr. was money once again in the richest fight ever. Mayweather used his reach and his jab Saturday night to frustrate Manny Pacquiao, piling up enough points to win a unanimous decision in their welterweight title bout. Mayweather remained unbeaten in 48 fights with a win that cemented his legacy as the best of his generation....

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Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, hits Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, during their welterweight title fight on Saturday, May 2, 2015 in Las Vegas.
photo: AP / Isaac Brekken

updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Mayweather vs Pacquiao Full Fight Review - Floyd mayweather Winner Highlight Analysis
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Pacquiao blames shoulder injury for Mayweather defeat
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Floyd Mayweather Interview After Beating Manny Pacquiao!
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Mayweather wins unanimous decision over Pacquiao in richest fight ever
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
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Floyd Mayweather Wins Decision in Richest Fight Ever - Post Fight Interview
A Nepalese mother takes her injured son to a hospital in an ambulance in Chautara, Sindhupalchok district, Nepal, Saturday, May 2, 2015.
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updated 26 Apr 2015; published 26 Apr 2015
Nepal earthquake: Death toll continues to rise - BBC News
updated 25 Apr 2015; published 25 Apr 2015
Nepal Earthquake 7.9-Magnitude Tremor Hits Kathmandu - More Than 6,621, People Have Died
updated 25 Apr 2015; published 25 Apr 2015
Nepal: Several hundred dead after worst earthquake in 80 years
updated 28 Apr 2015; published 28 Apr 2015
Nepal Seeks Help, Death Toll Rising After Devastating Quake
updated 25 Apr 2015; published 25 Apr 2015
7.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Nepal Bhaktapur Kathmandu - 7.8 Damages 4600 Killed Dead (RAW FOOTAGE)
updated 28 Apr 2015; published 28 Apr 2015
Time running out for Nepal earthquake survivors as death toll hits 4,000
Royal baby: Princess's first night at Kensington Palace
Full Article BBC News
03 May 2015

3 May 2015 From the section UK The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent the first night with their new baby daughter at Kensington Palace. The name of their second child - sister to Prince George - could be announced later and members of the Royal Family and the duchess's parents may visit. The princess, who is fourth in line to the throne, was...

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Britain's Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, hold their newborn daughter as they as they pose for the media outside St. Mary's Hospital's exclusive Lindo Wing, London, Saturday, May 2, 2015.
photo: AP / Alastair Grant

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Royal baby: Princess's first night at Kensington Palace
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Royal baby: Princess's first night at Kensington Palace
updated 02 May 2015; published 02 May 2015
Prince William and son Prince George waved to crowds before entering hospital
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Royal Baby Number 2 Is Here! Duchess Of Cambridge Gives Birth To Her Second Child
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Royal baby Princess's first night at Kensington Palace: Breaking News
updated 03 May 2015; published 03 May 2015
Watch Video: UK Introduces Second Royal Baby Princess to the World
Dozens of Afghan men on trial for mob killing of woman accused of burning Koran
Full Article The Independent
03 May 2015

Dozens of Afghan men, including a number of police officers, faced trial on charges relating to the mob killing of a 27-year-old woman accused of burning the Koran. The opening of the trial, which is expected to last two days, at Afghanistan’s Primary Court, in Kabul, was broadcast live on nationwide television. On 19 March, a frenzied crowd had...

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Afghan women chant slogans during a protest demanding justice for a woman who was beaten to death by a mob after being falsely accused of burning a Quran about two months ago, in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, April 27, 2015.
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updated 22 Mar 2015; published 22 Mar 2015
Afghans bury woman killed in mob attack
updated 18 Mar 2014; published 18 Mar 2014
Hong Kong Out Of ICC World Twenty20 2014, Wins For Afghanistan & Bangladesh - Cricket World TV
updated 29 Nov 2014; published 29 Nov 2014
School Argues Low IQ Girl Won't Remember Sexual Assault
updated 09 May 2014; published 09 May 2014
Afghan Policeman Kills Foreign Photographer, Wounds Reporter
updated 19 Aug 2013; published 19 Aug 2013
Afghan female stars defy clerics' pressure
updated 02 Aug 2013; published 02 Aug 2013
Afghan soldier defuses tied suicide bomber's explosive vest

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LONDON - Prince William's wife Kate has entered a London hospital to give birth to their second child, who would be fourth in line for the throne. Here are some highlights of their...
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LAS VEGAS — Boxing is a sport of the superfluous and superlatives, of hype and hyperbole, of embellishment and exaggeration. We knew that. But for all the surreal scenes that...

File - A prison guard holds his rifle inside Athens' high-security Korydallos prison, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009.
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ATHENS, Greece: A brawl in an Athens prison wing housing foreigners left at least two inmates dead and 21 others injured on Sunday, many seriously, authorities said. The fight, involving makeshift knives, happened in the Korydallos prison over...
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Egyptian riot police officers secure a square to prevent any anti-government activists to gather, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011.
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CAIRO: Egypt's top court on Monday sentenced 14 policemen and a doctor to jail terms for torturing two prisoners to death in 2006, a judicial official said. A colonel was jailed for three years, while 13 policemen were...
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Ethiopian Jews protest in central Jerusalem, Israel Monday Nov. 6, 2006. The group was protesting because they said that they had donated blood but it was allegedly discarded because they were from Afric
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VOA News Several thousand people, mostly from Israel's Jewish Ethiopian minority, protested in Tel Aviv against racism and police brutality on Sunday, shutting down a major highway and scuffling with police on horseback into the night. The...
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Presidential election of March 4, 2010 in Togo. Faure Gnassingbe , the candidate of the Gathering of the Togolese people (RPT), was Friday with Tabligbo, place chief of the prefecture of Yoto accomodated by thousands of fans. At the time of his intervention, the Head of the State promised to continue the committed reforms in Togo, in particular the assistance with the agricultural groupings.         Élection présidentielle du 04 mars  2010 au Togo .   Faure Gnassingbé , le candidat du Rassemblement du peuple togolais (RPT), était le vendredi à Tabligbo , chef lieu de la préfecture de Yoto accueilli par des milliers de fans. Lors de son intervention, le chef de l’Etat a promis poursuivre les réformes engagées au Togo, notamment l’aide aux groupements agricoles.  le presidant la republique allant prendre place  à la loge officielle
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LOME, Togo (AP) — Togo's constitutional court declared Faure Gnassingbe president for a third five-year term after tallying final votes on Sunday. Aboudou Assouma, head of the Constitutional Court, said on state television that the final results...
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Citizens inspect the site of a car bomb attack while security forces prepare to tow away a destroyed car in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Sept. 30, 2013.
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - At least 12 Iraqi soldiers and paramilitary forces were killed on Saturday by suicide car bombs targeting an outpost in western Anbar province, while attacks in the capital killed at least 14 civilians, security and medical...
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Royal Baby
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From Prince Charles to royal fans to most of those who put down a bet, millions in Britain were hoping for a girl. The Duchess of Cambridge delighted her nation and royal enthusiasts around the world Saturday by delivering one such princess. The...
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A man kisses the Tunisian flag during a demonstration in Tunis, Tunisia, against high prices and unemployment, Saturday Jan. 8, 2011.
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The Tunisian government has rejected claims by the Israeli prime minister that Jews and Israelis are under the threat of terrorism in the North African Country. "We have nothing on that. There are no threats," said a Tunisian interior...
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