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Nearly 100,000 Venezuelans cross border hunting for food, medicine
Almost 100,000 Venezuelans, some of whom drove through the night in caravans, crossed into Colombia over the weekend to hunt for food and medicine that are in short supply at home.
 
An Indian student is recovering in the hospital after being gang-raped by a group of men, including some charged with sexually assaulting her three years earlier, an officer said Monday.
 
Three police officers and one civilian were killed Monday following armed attacks on a police station and a security service office in Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty, the interior ministry said.
 
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is making a late bid for the top United Nations job, after months of cross-crossing the world in low-key lobbying for government support.
 
'War on drugs' continues
Residents undergo counseling for allegedly being drug-users, at Tanauan city, Batangas province, south of Manila, Philippines, Monday, July 18. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he planned to ask Chinese officials why some Chinese citizens who visited his country were involved in illegal drugs. The crime-fighting president, who has vowed to end crime within six months of taking office on June 30, also said that he would not hesitate to grant pre-signed presidential pardons to law enforcers accused by human rights advocates of abusing their authority in cracking down on narcotics, so long as the soldiers and police involved told the truth and did not fabricate evidence.
 
Out of the 56 species of non-flying mammals known to live on Luzon island, 52 live nowhere else in the planet.
 
Human rights are not a concern in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, he said, as he vowed to ignore due process and compared himself to Ugandan dictator Idi Amin.
 
China announces South China Sea military exercises
China says it is closing off a part of the South China Sea for military exercises this week, days after the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration ruled against Beijing's claim to ownership of virtually the entire strategic waterway.
 
Former Australian leader wants nomination for UN top job
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is making a late bid for the top United Nations job, after months of cross-crossing the world in low-key lobbying for government support.
 
India stops Kashmir newspapers from printing
Authorities in India's portion of Kashmir have shut down printing presses and temporarily banned newspapers from publishing in a sweeping information blackout after days of anti-India protests left dozens of people dead in the volatile region.
 
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