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Authorities order mandatory evacuations in several regions of southern California due to storms

Santa Barbara County officials ordered mandatory evacuations in several communities in the region as a precaution against the storms forecast for southern California beginning Thursday and Friday. The orders impact…

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Germany: after months of uncertainty, the SPD validates a new coalition with Merkel

The members of the German Social Democratic Party gave the green light to a new coalition government, more than five months after the elections of which Angela Merkel emerged very…

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Winter Storm Kills 5 People Across Northeastern US

At least five people died in a storm that hit the northeastern United States on Friday night, with heavy snow, heavy rain and gusty winds, resulting in the cancellation of…

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Italy goes to the polls

A polling station for the legislative elections taking place today in Italy was the scene of a Femen coup. While former Prime Minister Sylvio Berlusconi was preparing to take his…

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student kills his parents on the University of Michigan campus

A 19-year-old student shot dead his parents Friday morning at the University of Central Michigan campus, before finally being arrested in the evening, the university said. The police said the…

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magnitude 4.5 earthquake shakes Los Angeles, no damage reported

The quake was recorded at 4:49 in the morning (Pacific time) and felt in a large part of the LA area. An earthquake that reached a magnitude of 4.5 on…

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European powers want to save Iran’s nuclear deal

The Iran nuclear deal “is not dead” despite the withdrawal of the United States , French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Wednesday that a meeting will take place next…

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