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Theodore McCarrick is the most senior Catholic figure to be removed from the priesthood in modern times.
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Hope had faded for dozens trapped underground after a dam burst nearby.
It had been a long election campaign, fiercely contested and marked by flashes of violence, but Nigerians were finally looking forward to casting their votes in what is the largest democratic exercise in Africa.
ISIS now controls an area of Syria measuring just 700 square meters, a commander with the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces said Saturday.
The country's electoral commission announces the move just hours before voting was due to begin.
A judge has told officials to stop feeding hunger striking migrants in El Paso through nasal tubes.
Léa Lejeune was harassed by a group known as Ligue du LOL in a scandal that has shaken French media.
Brakes on the Vande Bharat Express jammed, a day after the train was inaugurated.
Police release without charge two men arrested in connection with the alleged attack on the actor.
Evelyn Hernández, who says she was raped and did not know she was pregnant, faces a re-trial.
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