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Senior Fatah official Azzam al-Ahmad (right) and Hamas' representative, Saleh al-Arouri, kissed after signing a reconciliation deal Thursday in Cairo. (Associated Press)

Egypt moves Palestinians toward reconciliation, pressuring Israel on broader peace deal



A pro-Maduro council relocated more than 200 polling places for Venezuleans, many of them city residents who were forced to travel to remote "barrios" to vote. However, the move, seen as an oppressive tactic, only strengthened the resolve of many to vote. (Associated Press)

Venezuela officials say ruling party wins majority of 23 governors’ offices







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This image made from a video shows Iraqi soldiers and military vehicles in the Qatash area toward Kirkuk gas plant, south of Kirkuk, Iraq, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017.  Iraqi state media say federal troops have entered disputed territories occupied by the nation's Kurds. The move comes three years after Kurdish militias seized the areas outside their autonomous region to defend against an advance by the Islamic State extremist group. (APTN via AP)

Iraqi forces drive Kurds from disputed areas near Kirkuk

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EU backs Iran deal, urges US Congress to protect it

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Tillerson ‘not playing’ when pressed on ‘moron’ remark

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