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FILE - In this Sunday, June 30, 2019 file photo, The Rev. Mario Lacchin presides over a Mass at the Restoration Centre Catholic Church in Nairobi, Kenya. An Associated Press story on the front page of a newspaper in Nairobi brought together two Kenyan men - one who knew that his father was an Italian missionary priest, and the other who wanted proof that he was the son of the same priest. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga, File)
Did Italian priest father two African sons, and walk away?An Associated Press story on the front page of a newspaper in Nairobi brought together two Kenyan men -- one who knew that his father was an Italian missionary priest, and another who wanted proof that he was the son of the same priest
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Rescue workers carry a person from the rubble of a building that collapsed in Tasia Embakasi, an east neighbourhood of Nairobi, Kenya on Friday Dec. 6, 2019.  A six-story building collapsed in Kenya's capital on Friday, officials said, with people feared to be trapped in the debris. Police say people have been rescued by residents using their bare hands. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)
6-story building collapses in Nairobi; at least 2 killedA six-story building has collapsed in Kenya's capital, Nairobi
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Johnnie Balfour, the managing director of Balbirnie farm in Cupar, Scotland holds a carrot as they are harvested on Tuesday Dec. 3, 2019. Balfour, who family has operated Balbirnie Farm since 1642, is tired of all the back and forth over independence. He remembers that voters were told ahead of the 2014 vote that this was a "once in a generation" decision _ he doesn't want to revisit it just five years later. (AP Photo/Renee Graham)
Independence not on ballot, but on voters’ minds in ScotlandThe question of Scotland's independence from the rest of the United Kingdom is not on the ballot, but it’s uppermost in the minds of many voters in Scotland as they make their final choices
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Climate activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Madrid on Friday Dec. 6, 2019. Climate activist Greta Thunberg has arrived by train in Madrid, where a global U.N.-sponsored climate change conference is underway. The Swedish teen is scheduled to join thousands of other youth later on Friday in a march to demand negotiators and politicians real action in tackling the planet's rising temperatures. (AP Photo/Andrea Comas)
Greta Thunberg joins climate activists in Madrid Climate activist Greta Thunberg says it's “great” to be in Spain, where a global, U
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A van is damaged with TATP equivalent explosive by the bomb disposal squad during a demonstration for media in Hong Kong, Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. Hong Kong's much-maligned police force provided a rare behind-the-scenes look Friday at its bomb disposal squad to show the potentially deadly destructive force of homemade explosives seized during months of protests that have shaken the Chinese territory. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
Hong Kong police sound alarm over homemade explosivesHong Kong's much-maligned police force has provided a rare behind-the-scenes look at its bomb disposal squad
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 29, 2013, file photo African migrants wait in a barrack at a detention center for illegal migrants in Abu Salim district on the outskirts of Tripoli, Libya. The United Nations opened its "Gathering and Departure Facility" in Libya a year ago as an alternative to imprisonment in such places as Abu Salim. The U.N. facility was intended to be a last, safe stop for migrants before they were resettled in other countries. Now, just a year later, it looks increasingly like the notorious Libyan lockups it was supposed to replace. (AP Photo/Manu Brabo, File)
FILE - In this Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019, file photo, India paramilitary force soldiers patrol in Ayodhya, India, a day after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Hindu temple on a disputed religious ground and ordered that alternative land be given to Muslims to build a mosque. India’s largest Muslim political groups are divided over how to respond to a recent Supreme Court ruling that favors Hindus’ right to a disputed site 27 years after Hindu nationalist mobs tore down a 16th-century mosque there, unleashing torrents of religious-motivated violence. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh, File)
India's Muslims split in response to Hindu temple verdictIndia’s largest Muslim political groups are divided over how to respond to a Supreme Court ruling that favors Hindus’ right to a disputed site
The Associated Press6 hours ago
People throw flower petals on the Indian policemen guarding the area where rape accused were shot, in Shadnagar some 50 kilometers or 31 miles from  Hyderabad, India, Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. An Indian police official says four men accused of raping and killing a woman in southern India have been fatally shot by police. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)
Indian police fatally shoot 4 suspects in gang-rape caseIndian police say officers have shot and killed four men suspected of raping and killing a woman in a case that sparked protests across the country
The Associated Press6 hours ago
North Korean Test Site Doesn't Look Dismantled AnymoreAfter President Trump met with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, he announced that the North Korean dictator seemed to be keeping his promise by dismantling the Sohae Satellite Launching Station. "And we appreciate that," Trump said, per CNN . Now, expert analysis of a satellite image obtained by CNN has found...
Newser10 hours ago
US persuades judge to stop pro-Trump border wall groupThe U
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This Will Be the Biggest IPO in HistorySaudi Aramco's pricing for its initial public offering gives the oil company a valuation that—at $1.7 trillion—falls short of the $2 trillion that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hoped for. But selling 3 billion shares at $8.53 apiece would still bring in $25.6 billion, the...
Newser12 hours ago
FILE- In this Dec. 3, 2019 file photo. Maryland corrections secretary Robert Green, left, listens as Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby, right, speaks during a news conference announcing the indictment of correctional officers, in Baltimore. A prosecutor says an investigation that led to the indictment of 25 correctional officers in Baltimore started in 2018 with "rumors and anecdotes" about excessive force against jail inmates. Some of those indicted officers faced excessive force claims before the investigation began. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
Indicted jail officers faced earlier excessive force claimsA prosecutor says an investigation that led to the indictment of 25 correctional officers in Baltimore started in 2018 with “rumors and anecdotes” about excessive force against jail inmates
The Associated Press14 hours ago
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