Brazil ex-minister: Loss of Cuban doctors will hurt millions
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Brazil ex-minister: Loss of Cuban doctors will hurt millions

A former Brazilian health minister who helped create a program that brought Cuban doctors to underserved areas is warning that millions could be left without access to physicians due to the end of the program

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South Korea dismantles guard posts with dynamite, excavators
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South Korea dismantles guard posts with dynamite, excavators

South Korea dismantles guard posts using dynamite, excavators as part of tension-reducing agreements with North Korea

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Albania police: Fugitive pol seen in Hungarian Embassy car

The Hungarian government says it did not assist a fugitive politician leave Macedonia to avoid serving a prison sentence, while police in Albania say he was seen departing their country in a Hungarian Embassy vehicle

The Latest: Treasury hits 17 Saudis with economic sanctions
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The Latest: Treasury hits 17 Saudis with economic sanctions

U.S. Treasury Department adding economic sanctions to the travel bans already in place against 17 Saudis accused of taking part in the October slaying of writer Jamal Khashoggi

Migrants fill Tijuana shelters, more on way to US border
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Migrants fill Tijuana shelters, more on way to US border

Members of a migrant caravan have started to meet some local resistance as they continue to arrive by the hundreds in the Mexican border city of Tijuana

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UN says 7 peacekeepers killed in fight against Congo rebels

The United Nations says seven peacekeepers were killed and 10 wounded in a joint military operation with Congolese forces against rebels in the country's northeast, which is also facing a deadly Ebola outbreak

Militant or poet? US sanctions Hezbollah leader's son
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Militant or poet? US sanctions Hezbollah leader's son

The son of Lebanon's Hezbollah leader designated by the U.S. State Department this week as a "global terrorist" is a poet and music lover who is said to move around without security and whose role within the group is shrouded in secrecy

Days after cease-fire, Gaza border demonstrations to resume
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Days after cease-fire, Gaza border demonstrations to resume

Palestinian organizers of the weekly demonstrations in the Gaza Strip along the Israeli border said they will hold another protest on Friday _ in a key test of this week's cease-fire between Israel and Gaza militant groups

Israeli elections seem likely after Lieberman's resignation
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Israeli elections seem likely after Lieberman's resignation

Israel's defense minister resigns in one-sentence letter to Netanyahu, paving path toward early elections

Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi killing
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Saudi prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi killing

Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor seeks death penalty for 5 charged with ordering, killing Saudi writer Khashoggi