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Maya Little faces expulsion and criminal charges for dousing a Confederate statue at University of North Carolina with red paint and her own blood. She says these monuments are an affront to black people and shouldn’t be in the public square. (Aug. 10)         

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An 18th-century church widely seen as a marvel of Russia’s wooden architecture has been destroyed by a fire.

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An 18th-century church widely seen as a marvel of Russia's wooden architecture has been destroyed by a fire

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A man was robbed at gunpoint while walking his dog Friday morning in the Lake View neighborhood on the North Side.

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Investors fear Turkey is teetering on the edge of financial crisis as the country, caught in a storm of U.S. sanctions against its officials and unorthodox economic policies, is further buffeted by a strengthening dollar and higher U.S. interest rates.

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SEOUL, South Korea >> South Korea said a total of 35,000 tons of North Korean coal and pig iron worth $5.8 million illegally entered its ports last year, in possible violations of UN sanctions.

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A pedestrian along Interstate 805 was struck and killed in Sorrento Valley early Friday. The Lexus sedan driver was not injured and stopped after the 3:30 a.m. collision, authorities said. CHP officers and medics confirmed that the man who had been struck died before he could be taken to a...

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The bicyclist killed Thursday morning just west of downtown in the Greektown neighborhood after she was struck by a dump truck has been identified as Angela Park, 39, of the 3400 block of South Prairie Avenue, authorities said. About 7:10 a.m., Park was riding a bicycle in the northbound lanes...

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Three South Koreans illegally imported North Korean coal and iron via Russia in violation of sanctions, exposing a crack in the U.S.-led campaign to cut off trade with Pyongyang.

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