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    Saudi Arabia Is Giving a Blogger 1,000 Lashes for Insulting IslamAnd ten years in prison for insulting Islam. 
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    Boko Haram May Have Killed Up to 2,000 NigeriansA whole town razed to the ground.
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    As Many As 1.2 Million Cards May Have Been Compromised in Staples Data BreachBad news for teachers.
  4. Man Stabbed Overnight at Crown Heights Chabad HQIn an apparent hate crime.
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    New York Doctor Forced Plan B Pill Down Woman’s ThroatAnd choked her.
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    Gambia Will Lock Gays Up and Throw Away the KeyEspecially if they have HIV/AIDS.
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    Indonesia Wants Female Cops to Be God-Fearing VirginsAnd they have to undergo a test to prove it, too. 
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    FBI Agent Impersonated AP Reporter to Catch a TeenAny guesses as to why that’s a bad idea?
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    Mass Grave in Mexico May Be Missing Student ProtestersLocal police are suspected in the killings.
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    At Least 7 Injured by Santiago, Chile Metro BombOfficials are treating it as a terrorist attack.
  11. Ebola’s Patient Zero Was a 2-Year-Old BoyHe lived on Guinea’s border with Sierra Leone and Liberia.
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    Ukraine and Russia Are Careening Toward WarTensions are still flaring on both sides.
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    Saudi Man Dies, Ahead of Hajj, While Being Tested for EbolaThis doesn’t look good for October’s pilgrimage.
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    People Are Dying Because of a Heat Wave in JapanFifteen are dead, and thousands of others hospitalized.
  15. crimes and misdemeanors
    Posh Manhattan Preschool Shaken Up by Messy Sex Abuse AllegationsThe accused confessed and then recanted. 
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    Connecticut Plane Crash Victims Identified 54-year-old Bill Henningsgaard was flying his 17-year-old son Max to visit colleges.
  17. today in torture
    Report: Unreleased Abu Ghraib Photos Show RapeA general who compiled a 2004 report on prison abuses in Iraq says the photos Obama has decided not to release contain graphic, devastating imagery.