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Mexico President asks Spain, Pope to apologize for conquest

FILE – On this Friday, March 8, 2019 file picture, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador answers questions from journalists at his daily 7:00 press conference at the National Palace in Mexico City . Lopez Obrador said he sent a letter to Spain and the Vatican on March 1, asking them to apologize for the conquest of America five centuries …

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Floods kill at least 18 in southern Iran, almost 100 injured

Breaking News Emails Get interrupted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday morning. SUBSCRIBE 25. March 2019, at. 08:28 GMT By Reuters DUBAI – At least 18 people were killed and about 100 others were injured in flooding in Iran's southern province of Fars, Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency reported Monday after devastating floods …

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Saudi sisters leave Hong Kong for new country News

Two Saudi sailors fleeing their family in Saudi Arabia have secured emergency and departed from Hong Kong after spending months in accordance with their lawyer. The young women who go by the aliases Reem and Rawan, left Hong Kong on Monday for a new country of residence, which has not been named. Lawyer Michael Vidler said in a statement that …

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May cling to power when the UK takes control of Brexit

The question the UK Prime Minister is facing is: What does she do to win it back? Her actions over the coming days will decide whether she succeeds in taking control back and shaping the future of the United Kingdom. On Wednesday, May see Parliament's vote on a number of options, as it tries to make a plan B for …

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Ten children killed by US air strikes in Afghanistan: U.N.

KABUL (Reuters) – Ten children, part of the same extended family, were killed by an American air strike in Afghanistan along with three adult civilians, the UN said on Monday. The air strike early Saturday was part of a battle between the Taliban and the combined Afghan and American forces that lasted about 30 hours in Kunduz, a northern province …

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Man arrested after drugged orangutan is found in Indonesian airport

HONG KONG – Officers in the Indonesian resort island of Bali found a primate size of a human toddler curled up in a rattan basket this weekend – right in the middle of an international airport. "At first we thought it was a monkey," said Dewa Delanata, head of the quarantine office at Bali's international airport, in the Jakarta Post …

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Greek PM says Turkish jets forced his helicopter to reduce altitude

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attends a student parade marking Greece's Independence Day, during his visit to the island of Agathonisi, Greece March 25, 2019. Andrea Bonetti / Greek Prime Minister's Press Office / Handout via REUTERS ATHENS (Reuters ) – Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Turkish jets buzzed his helicopter as he was flying on Monday to a …

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Mark Geragos, Who Represented Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, Was Michael Avenatti's Co-Conspirator in Alleged Nike Extortion: WSJ

Celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos, who previously represented Michael Jackson and now reps Colin Kaepernick, is the unnamed co-conspirator in the fraud charges against Michael Avenatti, The Wall Street Journal reports Monday. Two sources told the Journal that Geragos is the man named in the complaint, which allegedly the pair with with Nike executives on March 19 and threatened to release …

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Mexico requires apology from Spain and the Vatican over conquest

Image copyright AFP Caption President Lopez Obrador welcomed Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez to Mexico in January The Mexican president has sent a letter to Spain's King Felipe VI and Pope Francis, calling on them to apologize for human rights abuses committed during the conquest of the region. Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the indigenous peoples of Mexico had been the …

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