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Facebook will have to abide by German laws even if certain sentiments might be allowed in the U.S. under freedom of speech, a German minister said.









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Flooding has killed at least 12 people on the Caribbean island of Dominica, as forecasters try to predict where Tropical Storm Erika will go next.









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Bush was in the beginning of his second term when Katrina made landfall in 2005 — a natural disaster that also tarnished his political legacy.









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The North Carolina police officer who killed an unarmed former college football player in 2013 won't be retried, officials said.









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Noel Biderman is stepping down as CEO of Avid Life Media, the parent company of adultery website Ashley Madison, the victim of a high-profile hack tha









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A picture of a refugee selling pens on the street while carrying his daughter has triggered a campaign that has raised tens of thousands of dollars.









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As Tropical Storm Erika threatens to morph into a hurricane, Miami's multibillion dollar coastline has little protection from storms.









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Ali Shukri Amin, 17, of Manassas, Virginia on Friday became the youngest person in the US sentenced to prison for supporting the ISIS terror group.









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A picture of a refugee selling pens on the street while carrying his daughter has triggered a campaign that has raised tens of thousands of dollars.









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Jurors must decide whether the defendant, Owen Labrie, sexually penetrated his accuser, and if so, was it done without her consent.









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A picture of a refugee selling pens on the street while carrying his sleeping daughter triggered an online campaign that has already raised $53,000.









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The panda team at the National Zoo say the surviving giant panda cub born last weekend is a boy, and his father is Tian Tian.









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Treasure hunters searching for a rumored Nazi gold-train have been warned by a Polish government minister that it is likely mined with explosives.









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The death toll after a truck "full of bodies" was found abandoned on the side of a highway in Austria has reached 71.









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Forecasters and emergency agencies prepped for a long weekend as Tropical Storm Erika wobbled toward Puerto Rico and then the southern Atlantic coast.









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A French-American academic who tried to subdue the Paris-train gunman shouted back to his wife "I got the gun," his wife said.









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From the refugee deaths in Austria to Tropical Storm Erika taking aim at Puerto Rico , here are the stories we're following.









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Thousands of Latino immigrants began arriving to New Orleans soon after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the city a decade ago.









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A picture of a refugee selling pens on the street while carrying his sleeping daughter triggered an online campaign that has already raised $45,000.









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The death toll after a truck "full of bodies" was found abandoned on the side of a highway in Austria has reached at least 70.









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