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The US is about to ban its citizens from visiting North Korea, travel agencies say
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UPDATE: Spicer departs White House to make room for ardent Trump backer
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This 'lady-oriented' film has opened in India after a long battle with censors
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The Philippine city siege has bolstered Southeast Asian militants
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Minneapolis police chief resigns over shooting of Australian woman
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The US is about to ban its citizens from visiting North Korea, travel agencies say
The development comes after an American student who was returned by North Korea in a coma died.
 
Minneapolis police chief resigns over shooting of Australian woman
The chief of police in the Midwestern US city of Minneapolis has resigned after a police officer shot dead an Australian woman who had called emergency services to report a possible sexual assault.
 
US defence minister says he assumes al-Bagdadi is alive
US Defence Secretary James Mattis says he believes Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive.
 
百餘位東方旗袍美女齊聚台灣大學集思會議中心驚艷台北
消失街頭數十年的盛大旗袍美女聚會場景重視台北。
 
Justin Bieber is barred from China
He's banned because of bad behavior, authorities say, but offer a glimmer of hope for Chinese beliebers.
 
This 'lady-oriented' film has opened in India after a long battle with censors
'Lipstick Under My Burkha,' a film about four small-town Indian women, has been released after winning a lengthy battle with India's film certification board.
 > India
 
Iconic lion Cecil's son was killed by a trophy hunter in Zimbabwe
Six-year-old Xanda was apparently shot dead around July 7 just outside Hwange National Park, not far from where Cecil was killed.
 > Africa
 
They have stubbornly refused to codify their privileges, even after many other Commonwealth jurisdictions have already done so.
 > ANN
 
Dali's exhumed body is in good condition, official says
The exhumation for a posthumous paternity test reportedly lasted some five hours and involved technicians and construction workers.
 > Europe
 
The Philippine city siege has bolstered Southeast Asian militants
It's brought militants in the region together and strengthened their resolve to fight, a new report says.
 
Hundreds cheer on former Thai Premier Yingluck as her verdict nears
She is scheduled to deliver her closing statement on Aug. 1 and the verdict will be handed down Aug. 25.
 
War drama reflects a 'romantic ideal' of conflict: 'Dunkirk' director
Nolan's new film is based on events surrounding the British evacuation from the French port of Dunkirk after a surprise German push through Allied lines.
 
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