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UN: Israel didn't comply with UN call to stop settlementsThe United Nations says Israel took no steps to comply with a Security Council call to stop all settlement activity in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, and instead authorized "a high rate" of settlement expansions in violation of international law
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Canada pulls vehicle license plate deemed offensiveA Canadian provincial government has withdrawn a man's personalized license plate, saying Lorne Grabher's surname is offensive to women when viewed on his car bumper
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This is an undated photo released by the Metropolitan Police of Khalid Masood. Authorities identified Masood,  a 52-year-old Briton as the man who mowed down pedestrians and stabbed a policeman to death outside Parliament in London, saying he had a long criminal record and once was investigated for extremism — but was not currently on a terrorism watch list.  (Metropolitan Police via AP)
London attacker cheerful, joking on eve of deadly rampageTwice convicted of violent crimes, the London attacker spent years behind bars and gained a reputation for drinking and an unpredictable temper
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People look at floral tributes to victims of Wednesday's attack on Parliament Square outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Friday March 24, 2017. On Thursday authorities identified a 52-year-old Briton as the man who mowed down pedestrians and stabbed a policeman to death outside Parliament in London, saying he had a long criminal record and once was investigated for extremism — but was not currently on a terrorism watch list. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
The Latest: UK honors lawmaker who tried to save policemanA lawmaker who battled to save the life of a police officer stabbed in the Parliament attack has been honored with an appointment as an adviser to Queen Elizabeth II
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In this March 20, 2017 photo, Rachel Dolezal poses for a photo with her son, Langston in the bureau of the Associated Press in Spokane, Wash. Dolezal, who has legally changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo, rose to prominence as a black civil rights leader, but then lost her job when her parents exposed her as being white and is now struggling to make a living. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios)
Rachel Dolezal struggles after racial identity scandalA woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state and then lost her job after her parents exposed her as being white struggles to make a living these days
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Pope Francis poses with the heads of State and of the EU institutions for a family photo in the Sistine Chapel at the end of an audience at the Vatican, Friday, March 24, 2017. The pontiff is receiving leaders of EU countries the day before an European Union summit in Rome to highlight the 60th anniversary of the bloc's foundation on March 25, 2017. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Via AP)
EU leaders converge on Rome to rekindle sense of unityPosing with Pope Francis in front of Michelangelo masterpiece "The Last Judgment" at the Vatican, European Union leaders have started their weekend pilgrimage to Rome
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In this photo released by Proactiva Open Arms NGO on Friday, March 24, 2017 a sunken rubber boat in the Mediterranean Sea off the Libyan coast, during a search and rescue operation by Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms. A Spanish aid organization says it fears hundreds of migrants may have died off the coast of Libya after five bodies were found near two capsized boats and the search for a third vessel reported missing had so far proved futile. (Proactiva Open Arms via AP)
Aid group fears hundreds of migrants drowned off LibyaA Spanish aid organization said Friday that it feared hundreds of migrants may have died off Libya's coast, while Turkish media reported that 11 migrants died after a boat sank in the Aegean
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In this Wednesday, March 22, 2017 photograph, a pilot prepares to fly an F-18 off of the USS George H.W. Bush as it travels through the Persian Gulf. The carrier soon will begin launching airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
US-backed Syrian fighters reach IS-held dam in north SyriaU.S.-backed Syrian fighters have reached a major dam held by the Islamic State group in northern Syria as Syria's U.N. ambassador said hundreds of American personnel are "invading my country."
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Photographers take pictures of conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon as he stands in front of a beach in Anglet, southwestern France, Friday, March 24, 2017. The clash between the Socialist Hollande and right-wing Francois Fillon threatens to further stain the French presidential campaign, already colored by a stream of corruption scandals and voter frustration with the political establishment. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
French president denounces rival's claims of dirty tricksFrench President Francois Hollande has vigorously denounced suggestions by the conservative presidential hopeful that he is trying to discredit political rivals behind the scenes by using dirty tricks
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FILE - In this Wednesday, March 22, 2017 file photo, from right, Russian President Vladimir Putin, former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon and businessman Fouad Makhzoumi pose for photographers during their meeting on the sidelines of an economic forum in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Kremlin is dismissing a report that French presidential candidate Francois Fillon made 50,000 euros to set up a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and a Lebanese oil magnate Fouad Makhzoumi at an economic forum in 2015. (Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)
Putin meets Le Pen, denies French election interferenceRussian President Vladimir Putin has held a surprise meeting with France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen and dismissed suggestions that Russia aims to influence the election in her favor
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UN warns that destroying cultural heritage may be war crimeThe UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution condemning the unlawful destruction of cultural heritage and warning the Islamic State extremist group, al-Qaida and other combatants that such attacks may constitute war crimes
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Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel is welcomed by Prefect of the Pontifical household Georg Gänswein as he arrives at the Vatican for a meeting with Pope Francis, Friday, March 24, 2017. Leaders of EU and heads of EU institutions were received by Pope Francis ahead of an EU anniversary summit. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Luxembourg leader urges Trump to value EU relations moreAP Interview: The leader of European Union founding nation Luxembourg is warning U.S. President Donald Trump that if he turns a cold shoulder on the EU it will be "a lose-lose situation" for both sides on the Atlantic
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