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The House Intelligence and Financial Services committees issued the summonses, including a “friendly subpoena” for records from Deutsche Bank, on Monday, suggesting that the bank may have requested the order before it could comply with the request.

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45 bodies found in clandestine graves in Mexico

Mexican officials have confirmed the discovery of up to 45 bodies at clandestine burial sites, with an estimated 30 cadavers found in one spot in the northern state of Sonora and 15 buried under the patio of a multifamily house in Jalisco state

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Prayers, hymns, community shared in firelight of Notre Dame

Parisians and people just visiting France’s charismatic capital come together to pray for Notre Dame as fire advances through massive cathedral

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Massive fire engulfs beloved Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Firefighters are battling a massive blaze at the French capital’s iconic Notre Dame Cathedral

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The Latest: Art world pictures scope of work at Notre Dame

People in the art world watched with shock and wept as a fierce fire ripped through Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

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Indonesia candidates: Metal fan, cleric, soldier, tycoon

Indonesia’s presidential election Wednesday is a re-run of the 2014 contest when Joko Widodo, a furniture business owner, vied with former Gen. Prabowo Subianto to lead the world’s third-largest democracy and most populous Muslim-majority nation

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4 dead after shooting in Canada; 1 male suspect in custody

Canadian police say a 60-year-old man is in custody after four targeted shootings that killed two men and two women in the city of Penticton, British Columbia

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Rising above the flames, came a chorus of voices - uniting in song as they mourned their beloved cathedral.

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Hu Yaobang was ostracized by the Chinese Communist Party. He is mourned — to this day — by those who hail him as an anti-corruption reformer.

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Notre Dame, both as an icon and as an actual, physical building, is irreplaceable, with a history as grand as the spire that collapsed in the blaze.

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The Latest: French scholar describes losses at Notre Dame

French writer and historian Camille Pascal says a massive fire at Notre Dame Cathedral has caused “the destruction of invaluable heritage” and “we can be only horrified by what we see.”

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UN envoy: Yemen parties agree on initial Hodeida withdrawals

The U.N. envoy for Yemen says the government and Houthi rebels have reached agreement on the initial redeployment of forces from the key port of Hodeida

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Ivanka Trump eyes laws, customs holding back African women

Ivanka Trump is putting the spotlight on laws and customs in Africa that hold women on the continent back

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Why authorities in Spain were forced to release an alleged cruise-ship rapist

A judge in Spain released an accused rapist after an alleged incident on international waters because the country does not have jurisdiction over the case.

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Sudan’s protesters voice optimism after talks with army

Sudanese protesters have welcomed the “positive steps” taken by the ruling military council, which held talks with opposition leaders over the weekend and released some political prisoners

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Catastrophic fire engulfs Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Firefighters are battling a massive blaze at the French capital’s iconic Notre Dame Cathedral

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Ballet teacher breaking class barriers with dance in Peru

In a Peruvian neighborhood where families consider running water a luxury, young girls are learning the delicate art of ballet dancing

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