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Brexit turmoil hits Labour Party, boosts Scots nationalists
The UK's opposition Labour party plunged into turmoil Sunday and the prospect of Scottish independence drew closer, ahead of a showdown with EU leaders over the country's seismic vote to leave the bloc.
 
Spaniards vote again, try to break gov't stalemate
Spaniards headed to the polls Sunday for an unprecedented repeat election that aimed to break six months of political deadlock after a December ballot left the country without an elected government.
 
Young Colombians look ahead to a peace they've never known
Carlos Ordonez has no idea what peace looks like since his town has been under constant threat from rebels for as long as he remembers.
 
Obama OKs aid for W. Virginia; at least 24 dead
Offering his condolences, U.S. President Barack Obama approved federal aid for the West Virginia communities devastated by floods that have killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless.
 
Fallujah 'fully liberated' from Islamic State: Iraqi commander
A senior Iraqi commander said the city of Fallujah was "fully liberated" from Islamic State militants on Sunday, after a more than monthlong military operation.
 
At least 14 killed in Somalia hotel attack that police say has now ended
Gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia's seaside capital Saturday, taking guests hostage and "shooting at everyone they could see," before security forces pursued the grenade-throwing assailants to the top floor and ended the hours-long assault...
 
JALALABAD, Afghanistan - Heavy fighting between Afghan forces and Islamic State fighters has killed dozens of people, officials said Sunday, raising fears the militant group is staging a comeback months after Kabul said they had been defeated.
 
ATHENS - Orthodox church leaders from around the world on Sunday called for the protection of religious minorities in the war-torn Middle East at a rare global meeting that also warned against the "moral dilemmas" of rapid scientific progress.
 
AMMAN - A Jordanian court on Sunday charged 21 people with carrying out "terrorist acts" after their arrest in an operation against jihadists in the country's north in March, a prosecutor said.
 
BUCHAREST - Around 1,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on Saturday for a gay pride march as participants demanded equal rights in a country where same sex marriage remains illegal.
 
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