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Bergdahl Faces Hearing To Determine If Court-Martial Is Warranted

The Army sergeant, who has been charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, is appearing before the military equivalent of a grand jury.
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Archbishop Of Canterbury Calls For Global Meeting Of Anglican Leaders

Justin Welby, the spiritual leader of the Church of England, hopes the gathering can resolve a growing rift over female priests and same-sex relationships.
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Unable To Get Into Hungary, Thousands Of Migrants Try Croatia

More than 6,000 so far have entered the Balkan nation from neighboring Serbia after Hungary cracked down at its border, erecting a fence and turning back refugees with tear gas and water cannons.
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Presidential Guard Arrests Interim Leader, Announces Takeover Of Burkina Faso

The coup in the West African nation comes just days after a commission recommended disbanding an elite military unit, which has publicly clashed with the transitional government.
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With The Hungary-Serbia Border Sealed, Migrants Head To Croatia

Thousands of people are heading for Serbia's border with Croatia, which like Hungary is a member of the European Union — but unlike Hungary is wide open to migrants.
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AIPAC Walks Bipartisan Line While Israeli Politics Moves Sharply Right

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is an agenda setter in Washington's Middle East debates. But it lost when Congress didn't block the Iran nuclear deal. How does that affect AIPAC's future?
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Chile's Central Coast Rattled By Strong Off-Shore Earthquake

The 8.3-magnitude quake caused high waves to hit towns on Chile's central coast. A million people fled their homes following a tsunami alert.
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What Does French Ride-Sharing Company BlaBlaCar Have That Uber Doesn't?

BlaBlaCar is valued at $1.6 billion. Uber is worth $18.4 billion. The Europe-based firm finds long-distance rides for users, and avoids Uber's troubles with taxi industry regulations.

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Asian Countries Have Nordic Berry Fever, And Finland Can't Keep Up

Japan, China and South Korea have discovered bilberries, lingonberries and cloudberries, which grow wild in Lapland. Exporters want to find a way to cultivate them to better control the supply.
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Migrants Seek New Routes Across Europe After Hungary Seals Border

NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Peter Van der Auweraert, senior regional expert on on humanitarian assistance at the International Organization for Migration, about the new options to get across Europe.

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