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3Novices : Vietnamese man gets 40 years in U.S. prison for al Qaeda support

By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) – A Vietnamese-born man who U.S. authorities say was instructed by a top figure with al Qaeda’s Yemen affiliate to carry out a suicide attack at London’s Heathrow Airport was sentenced on Friday to 40 years in prison. 38 more words

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3Novices : Amber Heard accuses estranged husband Johnny Depp of domestic violence - reports

Actress Amber Heard sought a temporary restraining order against husband Johnny Depp on Friday, citing domestic violence, media outlets reported, days after she filed for divorce to end their 15-month marriage. 84 more words

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3Novices : More than 2,000 boat migrants rescued off Italy, more deaths feared

By Steve Scherer ROME (Reuters) – More than 2,000 migrants were rescued from boats in the Mediterranean on Friday, Italy’s coastguard said, as numbers soared for the third year running in the build up to summer. 63 more words

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3Novices : Germany investigates publisher planning new edition of 'Mein Kampf'

Public prosecutors in Germany are investigating a publisher's plans to print a new edition of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" without critical notes – a move that risks violating laws against spreading Nazi propaganda. 57 more words

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Stay in school and get that diploma!

My advice to this associate editor for Yahoo! Style? Stay in school and get that high school diploma. Or take some GED classes that include basic English vocabulary. 51 more words

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3Novices : U.S. sailor pleads guilty to taking photos inside nuclear submarine

A U.S. sailor pleaded guilty on Friday to taking photos of the inside of restricted areas of a nuclear submarine in Connecticut in 2009 and then trying to cover up his actions when authorities began to investigate, federal prosecutors said. 59 more words

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3Novices : Nobel Laureate Satyarthi says companies cannot flourish on child slavery

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Big corporations must do more to clean up their supply chains and ensure that there is no child labour involved in the products which they manufacture and sell, Nobel laureate and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi said on Friday. 77 more words

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