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Air strike kills civilians in central Libya: doctor, eyewitness

BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) – At least eight civilians including women and children were killed in an air strike near an oasis town in central Libya on Tuesday, a hospital doctor and an eyewitness said.


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Wells Fargo CEO apologizes for 'unethical' bogus accounts

(Reuters) – The chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co on Tuesday apologized for the bank’s years-long practice of opening as many as 2 million bogus customer accounts that generated fees for the lender.


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Blair sees 'chaos' if U.S. elects an isolationist president

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Tuesday predicted chaos if the United States elected an isolationist president, likening the withdrawal of America from world affairs to a soccer match without a referee.


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U.N. suspends aid after convoy attack; Kerry says ceasefire 'not dead'

GENEVA/BEIRUT (Reuters) – The United Nations suspended all aid shipments into Syria on Tuesday after a deadly attack on a convoy carrying humanitarian supplies, while Washington, expressing outrage at the attack, said a week-old ceasefire was not yet dead.


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U.N. Burundi inquiry identifies crimes against humanity suspects

GENEVA (Reuters) – U.N. investigators looking into the alleged torture and murder of government opponents in Burundi have drawn up a list of suspects who should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, they said on Tuesday.


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