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Two Kenyans admit stealing $3.1 million from US schools

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Pair faces five years in jail, a fine and must refund cash

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Nigeria's Boko Haram 'abducts more women and girls'

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Residents say hostage taking took place a day after alleged ceasefire

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UN chief Ban and World Bank boss to visit Ethiopia

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Pair to hold talks with government officials and development partners

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Corporations, Advocacy Groups Spend Big on Ballot Measures

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Spending on TV ads soars to $119 million ahead of Election Day

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Meet America’s Most Sucessful Political Families

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It's that time of year again: Bushes and Clintons galore are on the campaign trail supporting candidates who are up for election. Here's a look at America's most successful political dynasties

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Morning Must Reads: October 23

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‘Canada Will Never Be Intimidated’ Prime Minister Stephen Harper offered prayers to the grieving families following an armed attack in Ottawa, which led to the death of an officer and a sustained lockdown of the area, and said the incident would strengthen the country’s resolve Know if You’re Safe From Recalls 2014 isn’t over, but…

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White House Fence Jumper Charged With Felonies After Kicking Dog

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K-9s Hurricane and Jordan were cleared to return to duty after suffering minor bruising.

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UNICEF prepara un seminario sobre protección social

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"El Segundo Viceprimer Ministro, Encargado del Sector Social y Ministro de Educación y Ciencias, Lucas Nguema Esono Mbang, acompañado por su Director de Gabinete, Santiago Bee Mico, ha recibido el viernes 17 de octubre a una delegación del Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (UNICEF), que proyecta un seminario taller sobre política de protección social, bajo el alto liderazgo del G

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