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Putin To West: Russia Is No Threat

In an interview with an Italian newspaper, the Russian leader said the world has changed so much that no one "in their right mind" could imagine Russia attacking NATO.

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Egyptian Court Rescinds Terrorist Label For Hamas

A court had put the Islamist organization on the terror list in February, but the latest ruling says it lacked jurisdiction in the case.

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Beau Biden, Vice President's Son, Remembered In Delaware Service

The former attorney general and Iraq War veteran being laid to rest in a Catholic ceremony in Wilmington.

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Saudis Shoot Down Scud Missile Fired By Houthi Rebels In Yemen

The Cold War-era rocket, which appeared to be targeted at a major air base in the kingdom's south, was brought down by Patriot missiles, officials say.

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Official Death Toll In China's 'Eastern Star' Disaster Rises To Nearly 400

The cruise ship, which was righted on Friday, capsized on Monday in the Yangtze River with 456 people aboard.

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Irish Soccer Details $7 Million FIFA Payment Over Handball

While earlier news has alleged hefty bribes over the awarding of the tournament, this case centers on a pivotal play in a World Cup playoff game that played in a key role in Ireland staying home.

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Prosecutor Charges Minnesota Archdiocese With Turning 'Blind Eye' To Abuse

The six gross misdemeanor charges and a related civil complaint stem from abuse by former St. Paul priest Curtis Wehmeyer.

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Man Changes Name To 'Adam West' To Avoid Paying $336 Airline Fee

On Facebook, Adam Armstrong playfully used the name Adam West, the actor who played Batman in the 1960s. But then his girlfriend's stepfather bought him a plane ticket in that name.

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2 Dead, More Than 100 Trapped By Avalanche On Mountain In Borneo

Many of the climbers, including an unknown number of foreign tourists, are said to have been descending Mt. Kinabalu after reaching the peak before sunrise.

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#NPRReads: Two Views Of Kids And Parents, And Clinton's 'Mook Mafia'

Our list of the best reads highlights a gripping story of parents' grief, a take on Stephen Curry's bringing his daughter to a news conference, and more.

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Boston Bomber's Second Friend Sentenced To 42 Months In Prison

Azamat Tazhayakov was convicted conspiracy and obstruction after he and another friend got rid of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's backpack.

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Tariq Aziz, Saddam's Foreign Minister, Dies At 79

During the first Gulf War until U.S. troops toppled the Iraqi strongman in 2003, Aziz was the public face and defender of an often brutal regime.

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Sister Of Alleged Hastert Sex Abuse Victim Says Arrest Is Vindication

Jolene Burdge told ABC News that former House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused her brother, Steve Reinboldt, when Hastert was high school wrestling coach.

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Lost And Found: Missing Rembrandt, Dürer Prints Turn Up At Boston Library

Worth a combined $630,000, they were found misfiled after an exhaustive, eight-week search of the stacks. But not before an FBI probe was launched and the library's president resigned.

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Pakistan Officials: Most Arrested In Malala Yousafzai Attack 'Secretly Acquitted'

Authorities announced in April that 10 men had been convicted in the attack on the youth activist. Now they say all but two were actually "secretly acquitted" and set free.

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India Orders Nestlé To Stop Selling Some Noodle Soup Products

India's Food Safety and Standards Authority said that the soups were "unsafe and hazardous for human consumption." Nestlé said the products had not been tested properly.

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Top Stories: Job Creation Increases In May; China Dismisses Hacking Charge

Also: Greece will miss a major debt payment; state senators in California pass an assisted suicide bill; and a fake orca in Oregon has mechanical problems and doesn't scare off any sea lions.

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Economy Beats Expectations, Adding 280K New Jobs In May

The Labor Department says the jobless rate increased to 5.5 percent as more Americans who had been sitting on the sidelines begin looking for work.

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China Says U.S. Allegations That It Was Behind Cyberattack Are 'Irresponsible'

On Thursday, the U.S. revealed that the records of 4 million federal employees may have been compromised. China says these attacks are hard to track, so the U.S. should not jump to conclusions.

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The Pentagon Wants These Robots To Save The Day

A competition in California is trying to ready robots for disaster response. But the bots have a ways to go.

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