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SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) — North Macedonia's parliament began a two-day debate leading up to a vote on the new government proposed by a center-right party that won May's national elections.

A former CNN anchor and a retired chemistry professor are facing off in a Democratic primary to pick a challenger to U.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A shooter who opened fire Friday at a grocery store in Arkansas left the store and parked cars riddled with bullet holes as bystanders ducked for cover both indoors and in the parking lot, killing 3 people and wounding 10 others, authorities said.

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli forces shelled tent camps for displaced Palestinians outside Gaza's southern city of Rafah on Friday, killing at least 25 people and wounding another 50, according to the territory's health officials and emergency workers.

A quick Internet search regarding His Grace Bishop Timotheos of Assos, an auxiliary bishop in the Metropolis of Mexico, along with videos from his sermons, reveals a clergyman who has a profound appreciation and love of Hellenism to match his missionary zeal for spreading Orthodox Christianity in South America.

The last presidential election in which I was a bona fide undecided voter throughout was in 2008.

The last few years have seen many new products, unexpected flavors, and alternative suggestions for a healthier diet.

THRU AUGUST 4 STOCKBRIDGE, MA – ‘Microcosms: A Solo Exhibition of Selected Works’ by Peter D.

This year marks the 50th grim anniversary of the illegal invasion and continuing occupation of Cyprus.

MYKONOS - Amazon owner Jeff Bezos and his partner, American media personality Lauren Sánchez, were among the bevy of celebrities visiting Greece during a heatwave but they have a swimming pool on his 417-foot $500 million superyacht, which was seen off Mykonos.

It should be a given and, without minimizing the horror of the tragedies that saw at least three people die, tourists in Greece apparently will have to be given a warning not to hike alone in over-100 degree heat on rocky, hilly islands without enough water, a cell phone, a hat, or sunglasses.

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Alberto, Season’s First Named Tropical Storm, Dumps Rain on Texas and Mexico, Which Reports 3 Deaths

TAMPICO, Mexico (AP) — Tropical Storm Alberto rumbled toward northeast Mexico early Thursday as the first named storm of the season, carrying heavy rains that left three people dead but also brought hope to a region suffering under a prolonged, severe drought.

Train Collision in Chile Kills at Least 2 People and Injures Several Others

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — At least two people were killed and nine others injured Thursday when a train full of passengers collided head-on with another train on a test run just outside Chile's capital of Santiago.

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