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3 WWII bombs removed from Baltic Sea resort in Poland


Turkey tries to contain crisis but currency keeps falling


Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September


Third strong earthquake shakes Lombok as death toll tops 300


Strong quake strikes off Japan's eastern coast


Checks of French family led to Frankfurt Airport evacuation


Congo health ministry preps for possible Ebola vaccinations


Gas truck explodes on Italian highway; 2 dead, scores hurt


Venezuela detains 6, hunts more in drone attack on Maduro


Greece: Divers recover body offshore of where wildfire raged


Philippines raises concern over Chinese radio warnings


Death toll from Greek wildfire reaches 91 as village grieves


Strong quake hits Indonesian island, killing at least 14


Blast in Afghanistan’s Kabul kills 14, returning VP unharmed


In Damascus, Syrians dare to hope that war’s end may be near


Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes


Syrian government targets rebels near Israel-occupied Golan


Trump sets expectations low for Helsinki summit with Putin


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Firefighter killed battling California's largest wildfire on record

The state's fire and forestry department said it was "deeply saddened" by the firefighter's death and was investigating the circumstances.

When is a German not a German? Identity re-emerges as a thorny issue

"I am a German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose," said Mesut Özil, who recently quit the national soccer team, citing racism.

Car crashes into barrier outside Britain's Parliament; pedestrians hurt

The incident happened at the same location as the March 2017 terror attack that killed five people.

Deported mother and daughter didn't know fate until landing

'I spent the entire ride .... worried what would happen to my daughter and me,' says a woman whose deportation flight was ordered turned around by a judge.

Religious ritual killed boy at N.M. compound, prosecutors say

Two other children were being trained to attack schools, law enforcement and banks, prosecutors allege.