Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving ban to end

Women can drive from midnight local time (21:00 GMT) but there has been a crackdown on activists ...
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First lady's 'don't care' jacket is a gift to memers online

NEW YORK (AP) — I really don't care, do u?
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Senior Netflix executive axed over use of the N-word

Netflix sacked its chief spokesman Jonathan Friedland, he revealed on Friday, after he used the N-word twice in the space ...
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US Border Patrol sets up surprise immigration checkpoint in Maine

US Border Patrol set up a temporary inland checkpoint on a Maine interstate, a move civil rights advocates say raises ...
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Khamenei adviser: U.S. creating ‘second Vietnam’ in Syria

Top adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader warns the United States that Syria and Eastern Euphrates will be another Vietnam.

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Assad defies United States, presses assault in southwest Syria

By Angus McDowall and Tom Perry BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian government helicopters dropped barrel bombs on opposition areas of the ...
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Gadhafi’s divisive policies still haunt Libya

In this Wednesday, March 7, 2012 photo, a displaced Libyan Tawargha woman is seen in a refugee camp in the outskirts of Benghazi, Libya. On the country's Mediterranean coast, Misrata, Libya's third largest city and its business center, local militiamen expelled some 40,000 ethnic Tawargha Africans for allegedly collaborating in the killing and rape of Misratans and for helping Gadhafi's forces in imposing a tight siege on the city during the uprising. (AP Photo/Manu Brabo)Rebels from the western town of Zintan were seen as heroes after playing a key role in toppling Moammar Gadhafi. Empowered and flush with weapons from Libya's civil war, the militiamen now are fighting again settling scores with a rival tribe in clashes that have killed dozens of people.