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  • North Dakota woman cut child from neighbor’s womb FOU: North Dakota woman cut child from neighbor’s womb

    Brooke Crews, 38, was sentenced to life in prison without parole in a hearing that detailed the August death of Savanna Greywind, 22, of Fargo.        

  • Tackling Hong Kong's highest peak FOU: Tackling Hong Kong’s highest peak

    “The first time I saw a sea of clouds over the city atop Tai Mo Shan in April 2012, I was stunned,” says Hong Kong photographer Will Cho.

  • Key facts on suspected chemical attacks in Syria FOU: Key facts on suspected chemical attacks in Syria

    The latest fighting in Syria has seen an uptick in the alleged use of chemical weapons by the regime, including on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta. The fresh violence has sparked wide concern and threats of military action from the United States. It was in the Eastern Ghouta enclave…

  • France jails Islamic scholar, source says FOU: France jails Islamic scholar, source says

    Islamic scholar and TV analyst Tariq Ramadan has been arrested in Paris and charged with rape, a judicial source told CNN.

  • U.N. Syria mediator to attend peace conference in Russia FOU: U.N. Syria mediator to attend peace conference in Russia

    United Nations Syria mediator Staffan de Mistura will attend a peace conference in Russia next week, the United Nations said on Saturday. “The Secretary-General is confident that the Congress in Sochi will be an important contribution to a revived intra-Syrian talks process under the auspices of the United Nations in Geneva,”…

  • Golf's comeback kid eyes Ryder Cup glory FOU: Golf’s comeback kid eyes Ryder Cup glory

    When it comes to the Ryder Cup, Paul Casey has some unfinished business.

  • South Korea says uncovered about $600 million in cryptocurrency crimes FOU: South Korea says uncovered about $600 million in cryptocurrency crimes

    SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea has uncovered cryptocurrency crimes worth 637.5 billion won ($594.35 million), which includes illegal foreign exchange trading, a statement released by the country’s customs service said on Wednesday.

  • Narendra Modi’s Estranged Wife Escapes Unhurt From Car Crash in India FOU: Narendra Modi’s Estranged Wife Escapes Unhurt From Car Crash in India

    Jashodaben Chimanlal, whose marriage to the prime minister was kept quiet for decades, was involved in a collision in which a relative of hers died, the police said.

  • Iran says their athletes weren't gifted Samsung phones FOU: Iran says their athletes weren’t gifted Samsung phones

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  • First Woman To Accuse Nassar Says Church Can Be One Of 'Worst Places' To Go For Help FOU: First Woman To Accuse Nassar Says Church Can Be One Of 'Worst Places' To Go For Help

    Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to publicly accuse former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse.

  • Kyoto 'gardener' builds space-like terrariums FOU: Kyoto ‘gardener’ builds space-like terrariums

    Aki Murase may live in the shadow of the Hira Mountains just north of Kyoto, but he’s more the indoors type. He’d happily spend the day picking through his huge record collection or tinkering with the innards of a broken television.

  • Cape Town pushes back 'Day Zero', when the city runs out of water FOU: Cape Town pushes back ‘Day Zero’, when the city runs out of water

    Cape Town officials pushed back their projections for “Day Zero” — the day the South African city’s taps are expected to run dry — from April 16 to May 11, citing a decline in agricultural water use.