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Lava Barwawi is now 18 and living in Georgia

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The Nobel Prize winner was 86 years old

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The judge ruled Officer Michael Brelo acted responsibly when he repeatedly shot two unarmed black people while stood on the bonnet of their car

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The family received an anonymous message asking them to move

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An Ohio cop was acquitted after jumping onto the hood of a suspects car and firing at least 15 shots at close range.

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Devotees parade a portrait of Oscar Romero in San Salvador on Friday

Salvadoran was shot down by an assassin 35 years ago

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The former president was giving the commencement speech at the Southern Methodist University

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Milwaukee man incorrectly pronounced dead by first responders after slipping into a coma

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Heather Hironimus argues the circumcision of her son “will permanently and irreversibly mutilate” him

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A graphic video of the brutal attack has been shared widely in Guatemala

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There were no obvious signs of injury and a post mortem will be carried out to determine the cause of death

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New York City’s newest subway line reportedly is on track to open in December 2016

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Rohingya migrants in a boat adrift in the Andaman Sea last week

Antony Blinken said situation in Myanmar is 'root of the problem'

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Gunmen allegedly started firing on federal forces

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