A clash between two vigilante "self‑defense" groups in the troubled Mexican state of Guerrero killed at least four people and dozens more were taken...
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Obama lifts hold on U. S. military aid to Egypt
The families of three American soldiers killed during a brazen attack in Iraq are suing the Iranian government for allegedly orchestrating the raid.
Defense rests in Boston Marathon bombing trial
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