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Exactly 50 years after the first moon landing, NASA plans on humans reaching Mars sooner than experts think is possible
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As the grand ayatollah turns 80, Borzou Daragahi looks back at his life and leadership of the Islamic republic
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Tehran characterises tanker seizure as tit-for-tat after boarding of Iranian vessel
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'I don't believe the four Congresswomen are capable of loving our Country,' president claims on Twitter
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'Alter your course to 360 degrees immediately'
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'I think people are beginning to understand it is important: if you are not sustainable in the future – I mean either as a community or business – you will not survive'
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Some call her 'first successful black woman novelist living in Britain after 1948'
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'Similar to the 1960s, we too have an opportunity to take a giant leap forward for all of humanity'
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At the JM de los Rios Hospital in Caracas, Venezuela, 26 children with cancer and other diseases need bone marrow transplants to save their lives. A few weeks ago, there were 30 of them, but four have since passed away. Their mothers seek a miracle in a country where even getting antihistamines, vaccines and antibiotics is hard. Finding a donor is almost impossible, but these mothers are not giving up. They show strength in front of the camera, but cry silently while recalling the moments in which they have witnessed their children's conditions slowly worsen.
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Seattle-based star refused to visit White House

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