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Algerian Election Faces Disaffected Populace

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Algerian Election Faces Disaffected Populace Algeria's elections confronted by widespread disillusionment among young population...

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UK Unemployment Keeps Falling Amid Recovery

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UK Unemployment Keeps Falling Amid Recovery UK unemployment falls below 7 percent as earnings growth outstrips inflation...

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3 Rescued From Ship Taking on Water in New Orleans

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3 Rescued From Ship Taking on Water in New Orleans Coast Guard rescues 3 from ship taking water on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans...

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Russian Economy Slows Amid Ukraine Crisis

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Russian Economy Slows Amid Ukraine Crisis Russia's economic growth slows to 0.8 percent in Q1 amid growing tensions with Ukraine...

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Gunmen Kill 9 on Bus in Ethiopia Near Dam Project

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Gunmen Kill 9 on Bus in Ethiopia Near Dam Project Gunmen kill 9, wound 7 in attack on bus in Ethiopia near construction of new Nile dam...

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Jill Biden Promotes Post-9/11 GI Bill Website

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Jill Biden Promotes Post-9/11 GI Bill Website Jill Biden promotes Post-9/11 GI Bill website, one-stop source for school information...

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UK Lawmakers Slam Lax Security in Taliban Attack

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UK Lawmakers Slam Lax Security in Taliban Attack UK lawmakers: Complacency, lax security contributed to deaths in Taliban attack on UK-US camp...

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Dress Codes: Where Should Schools Set Limits?

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Dress Codes: Where Should Schools Set Limits? What should students wear? Who decides? Dress codes can be a real minefield for schools...

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Hoeness Tax Case Has Germans Dashing to Confess

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Hoeness Tax Case Has Germans Dashing to Confess Trial of ex-Bayern president Hoeness prompts surge in number of Germans confessing tax evasion...

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UK Unemployment Down to 6.9 Percent

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UK Unemployment Down to 6.9 Percent UK unemployment falls below 7 percent as earnings growth outstrips inflation...

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World Shares Rise, Shrug off Slower China Growth

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World Shares Rise, Shrug off Slower China Growth World stock markets rise, shrug off slower Chinese economic growth...

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Activists: Syrian Airstrikes Kill 4 in Rebel Town

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Activists: Syrian Airstrikes Kill 4 in Rebel Town Activists: Syria airstrikes kill 4 in 1 of last rebel-held towns on Lebanese border frontier...

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Belgian Head of Congo's Virunga Park Shot

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Belgian Head of Congo's Virunga Park Shot Belgian director of Congo's Virunga National Park shot, in serious but stable condition...

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If Filed, Plane Lawsuits Might Not Get Heard in US

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If Filed, Plane Lawsuits Might Not Get Heard in US Missing Malaysian airliner lawsuits, if filed, face dismissal by American courts...

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UN Seeks $272 Million for Central African Republic

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UN Seeks $272 Million for Central African Republic UN, aid groups seek $272 million to help people fleeing conflict in Central African Republic...

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Hundreds Missing After Ferry Sinks off South Korea's Coast

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Hundreds Missing After Ferry Sinks off South Korea's Coast Hundreds of people are missing and at least two are confirmed dead after a ferry carrying 477 passengers, many of them students, sank in cold waters off South Korea’s southern coast Wednesday....

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Oil Price Gain Tempered by China Growth Slowdown

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Oil Price Gain Tempered by China Growth Slowdown Oil price rises but gains tempered by slowdown in China's 1Q economic growth...

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How 'DWTS' Champ Derek Hough Is Using Dancing to His Advantage

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How 'DWTS' Champ Derek Hough Is Using Dancing to His Advantage When he was younger, "Dancing with the Stars" champion Derek Hough admits he faced the typical stigma about male dancers. "You battle with that whole getting picked on for dancing or it being something for girls," Hough told ABC News. The older he's gotten, the 28-year-old is starting to see the benefits of being a professional dancer - including a North American tour with his sister Julianne Hough, a national show on ABC and starring in a new movie, "Make Your Move." Another advantage is that women find professional dancers sexy. "For me, there's nothing more masculine than when I'm completely in control of my body and can call upon my body to do whatever I want it to do," he said. "I don't know if women gravitate towards that, that ability to tap into that true inner masculine self, I don't know." Hough added another benefit of growing and maturing is he finally in a place in his life where he can appreciate love stories, which is the theme of his new movie out Friday....

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Are You Smarter Than a High Schooler?

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Are You Smarter Than a High Schooler? The College Board released on Wednesday sample tests showing the biggest changes to the SAT college admissions test since 2005. The draft questions are intended to give the public a sampling of the changes to come for the spring 2016 exam, giving high school students time to prepare for the changes that include changes like an optional essay, limited use of a calculator, and no more "obscure" vocabulary words....

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