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Did Mexico’s Revelry in World Cup Win Over Germany Cause an Earthquake? 17 Jun 9:40pm Updated Did Mexico’s Revelry in World Cup Win Over Germany Cause an Earthquake?
A quake was “possibly because of mass jumping” — moments after the Mexican men’s soccer team scored a goal against powerhouse Germany.
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Colombia Elects Iván Duque, Populist Conservative, as President 17 Jun 8:34pm Updated Colombia Elects Iván Duque, Populist Conservative, as President
Mr. Duque defeated a leftist rival by tapping into dissatisfaction with the economy and a controversial peace deal with rebels.
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5 Dead in Texas After S.U.V. Packed With Immigrants Crashes in High-Speed Chase 17 Jun 8:30pm Updated 5 Dead in Texas After S.U.V. Packed With Immigrants Crashes in High-Speed Chase
Fourteen people were packed into the vehicle, which was speeding 100 miles per hour when it rolled over, the authorities said.
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5 Dead in Texas After SUV Packed With Immigrants Crashes in High-Speed Chase 17 Jun 7:58pm 5 Dead in Texas After SUV Packed With Immigrants Crashes in High-Speed Chase
Fourteen people were packed into the vehicle, which was speeding 100 miles per hour when it rolled over, the authorities said.
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As Water Runs Low, an Indian Town Blames the Men Who Work the Pipes 17 Jun 6:32pm Updated As Water Runs Low, an Indian Town Blames the Men Who Work the Pipes
The “key men” of Shimla, who control the water flow to each neighborhood, were subjected to so much wrath during a drought that they were given police protection.
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Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Arrive in Spain 17 Jun 5:42pm Updated Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Arrive in Spain
After a week in a diplomatic standoff, the Aquarius and two other ships carrying a total of 630 migrants docked in Valencia on Sunday.
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As Afghan Cease-Fire Ends, Temporary Friends Hug, Then Return to War 17 Jun 5:34pm As Afghan Cease-Fire Ends, Temporary Friends Hug, Then Return to War
The brief cease-fire injected hope into the Afghan peace process, as Taliban fighters mingled with government forces. It also raised fear that insurgents may have used the peace to infiltrate cities.
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‘It’s So Surprising’: Mexicans Revel in World Cup Win Over Germany 17 Jun 4:13pm ‘It’s So Surprising’: Mexicans Revel in World Cup Win Over Germany
Thousands celebrated in the streets of Mexican cities and towns after their men’s national soccer team defeated the defending World Cup champions.
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Thai King Now Owns Monarchy Assets. He’ll Have to Pay Taxes on Them. 17 Jun 1:09pm Thai King Now Owns Monarchy Assets. He’ll Have to Pay Taxes on Them.
It was not clear which assets were involved in a transfer by the agency that managed them, but assets under its remit have included real estate, and bank and commercial shares.
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Claiming ‘Parallel State’ Cabal, Romania’s Leaders Target Anti-Corruption Prosecutor 17 Jun 10:45am Claiming ‘Parallel State’ Cabal, Romania’s Leaders Target Anti-Corruption Prosecutor
The governing party has worked for more than a year to reshape a judicial system that has aggressively indicted ministers, senators and others. It warns of a “deep state” that could target anyone.
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New Bombing Hits Afghanistan Before Taliban Cease-Fire Expires 17 Jun 9:27am Updated New Bombing Hits Afghanistan Before Taliban Cease-Fire Expires
A deadly explosion rocked the city of Jalalabad as the insurgents, government officials and civilians mingled in the last hours of a temporary peace.
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New Bombings Hit Afghanistan Before Taliban Cease-Fire Expires 17 Jun 8:54am New Bombings Hit Afghanistan Before Taliban Cease-Fire Expires
Deadly explosions rocked the city of Jalalabad as the insurgents, government officials and civilians mingled in the last hours of a temporary peace.
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Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Begin Arriving in Spain 17 Jun 6:05am Updated Shunned by Italy, Migrants at Sea Begin Arriving in Spain
After a week in a diplomatic standoff, the Aquarius and another ship carrying migrants docked in Valencia on Sunday. A third ship is on its way.
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Deadly Blast Punctures Afghanistan’s Brief Moment of Peace 17 Jun 5:34am Updated Deadly Blast Punctures Afghanistan’s Brief Moment of Peace
On a day of cease-fire, an explosion left 36 dead in a mixed crowd of Taliban, security forces, and civilians celebrating a remarkable lull in violence.
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