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1. 12 Graham urges Trump to temporarily end shutdown Reuters
2. Brexit is a nightmare for currency traders
3. Indian soldiers being 'honey trapped' by fake social media accounts from Pakistan
4. 'Sex coach' who offered to trade info on US election unexpectedly pleads guilty
5. At least 11 dead as police secure Nairobi hotel complex
6. British MPs' choice will affect 66 million citizens
7. Canadian sentenced to death in China over meth haul
8. Jayme Closs: Startling details emerge
9. Pound strengthens after defeat leaves Brexit plan in tatters
10. Russia slams Trump conspiracy speculation
11. With no clear options, what happens now?
12. \u003cstrong>Crisis deepens as UK Parliament rejects PM Theresa May's deal by a 230-vote margin. She now has 24 hours to save her job\u003c/strong>
13. Bette Davis' shocking betrayal
14. China trade shock rattles European stocks, commodities Reuters
15. How to stop yourself overeating
16. Italy aims for decision on rail-link with France by May: minister Reuters
17. Joe on 9/11 anniversary: Trump harms ‘dream of America’ more than foreign foes MSNBC
18. Signs of stress in China's economy multiply
19. Trump treats football champs to McDonald's
20. \u003cstrong>China executes foreigners all the time. The case of this Canadian is different\u003c/strong>
21. ‘Sexualized’ for her wardrobe
22. 1 big question Trump still hasn't answered on Russia
23. Antarctica melting away at alarming rate
24. Banning skin bleaching products won't solve the problem
25. Black and Hispanic youth targeted with junk food ads, research shows
26. Canada issues China travel warning
27. Chelsea faces disciplinary proceedings
28. China may have grown first plant on moon
29. Egg breaks Kylie Jenner's Instagram record
30. Extreme winter weather brings fatal avalanches
31. Fine dust and toxic smog are suffocating these Asian countries
32. German economy had worst year since 2013
33. Gillette asks men to be better. Not all agree
34. Hunt on for boy, 2, who fell down 360-ft well
35. Iran snubs US warning on space launches
36. JLaw's film anti-Christian?
37. Kurds contemplate war without US allies
38. Merkel's CDU successor laments 'crusades' against diesel Reuters
39. NYT: Trump raised leaving NATO repeatedly
40. Polish mayor dies after stabbing at event
41. Pompeo's long, strange Middle East tour
42. Post-truth politics is alive and well in Brexit Britain
43. PULLING NO PUNCHES: Hollywood piles on the Trump mockery at Emmys
44. Republicans losing shutdown blame game
45. S Korean Olympic authorities promise action after sex abuse accusations
46. Saudi teen granted asylum: 'I'm one of the lucky ones'
47. Squabble over venue latest hurdle in Taliban-U.S. peace talks Reuters
48. The peak time for cardiac arrests revealed
49. The simple -- but really difficult -- solution to stop climate change
50. This is a 1-in-30 million lobster
51. Trudeau doppelganger spotted in Afghan talent show
52. Trump lashes out everywhere after Russia revelations
53. Zimbabweans blocks social media amid violent protests
54. 4 American tourists attacked with acid in Marseille's train station ID'd as Boston College students
55. Andy Murray's epic possible farewell
56. Anxious Brits buying prepper 'Brexit Boxes'
57. Avenatti: Trump is trying to prevent me from deposing him MSNBC
58. BELLWETHER Listen up, UN -- Trump means what he's telling you
59. Boeing cargo plane crashes: 15 killed
60. Boxer Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion, is posthumously pardoned by President Trump
61. Chris Pratt engaged to Katherine Schwarzenegger
62. Classic cars reborn as electric vehicles
63. Cruz: People outside DC not concerned with Russia investigation
64. Deaths and detentions in 'new wave of persecution' in Chechnya, say LGBT activists
65. Dynamic duos: Why science loves twins
66. Epic fast food photo is perfectly Trumpian
67. Extreme heatwave hits Australia
68. Facebook to invest $300M in journalism
69. Former Ivory Coast President acquitted
70. Friends recall journalist dragged, killed by crocodile in Sri Lanka
71. Fuel protests turn violent in Zimbabwe
72. How far will China go to revive its economy?
73. How life turned 'Krazy' for Olympic champ
74. Jailed mother begins hunger strike as husband says she was 'pushed to spy on UK'
75. Kevin Hart reveals alleged extortion attempt in apology to wife, kids
76. Key differences between polished Putin and chaotic Trump
77. Khashoggi's killers must be held to account, Pompeo tells Saudi crown prince
78. Kim Kardashian West is having a baby boy
79. Lawmaker delays C-section for Brexit vote
80. Maria Sharapova delivers 'bagels' at Australian Open
81. Murray may have just played his final match
82. NYC hospital hit with $2.5M lawsuit after allegedly faxing man's HIV diagnosis to his workplace
83. Oklahoma police officers shot while serving a search warrant
84. Police sped past just one car on the way to Jayme Closs's home. She was in the trunk
85. Serena breezes through in 49 mins
86. Serena Williams controversy prompts sports sexism reckoning MSNBC
87. Southern African bloc calls for recount of Congo's presidential vote
88. Star Wars: Should we care?
89. Sterling falls as investors prepare for Brexit vote Reuters
90. Teen conquers Moroccan desert in 5-day bike race
91. The Accusations Against Navient The New York Times
92. The non-Brits guide to Brexit (because it affects you too)
93. The president's Putin problem seizes the spotlight
94. Transcripts shed light on FBI's Trump probe
95. Trump 'not going to budge 1 inch' on shutdown
96. Trump mulls recognizing Venezuelan opposition leader as President
97. Trump sends letter to North Korean leader
98. u003cstrong>America's week of zerou003c/strong>
99. u003cstrong>Cristian Arroyo: u003c/strong>Puerto Rico can't afford to pay for Trump's wall
100. u003cstrong>Samantha Vinograd:u003c/strong> Trump's huge favor to Putin

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