SAN FRANCISCO - Russian intelligence agents attempted to spy on President Macron's election campaign earlier this year by creating phony Facebook personas, according to sources.
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Britain plans to send warship to South China Sea in move likely to irk Beijing
Britain plans to send a warship to the disputed South China Sea next year to conduct freedom of navigation exercises, Defence Minister Michael Fallon said on Thursday, a move likely to anger Beijing.
Jobless claims rise from three-month low
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rebounded from a three-month low last week, but remained below a level consistent with a tightening labor market.
Muslim elders urge return to prayer as Israel backs down over Al-Aqsa
Muslim elders urged worshippers to return to pray at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on Thursday after Israel backed down in the face of 10 days of often-violent protests and removed all security measures it had installed at the site.
Three dead as Venezuela's anti-Maduro strike goes into second day
Three people died during clashes on the first day of an opposition-led strike against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, the state prosecutor's office said on Thursday.
One dead, seven hurt after thrown from ride at Ohio fair
One person was killed and seven injured, three critically, at the Ohio State Fair on Wednesday when they were flung into the air after their seats snapped off a ride that hoists and spins people, police officials said.
U.S.-trained Iraqi army unit committed war crimes in Mosul: HRW
A U.S.-trained Iraqi army division allegedly executed several dozen men in the final throes of the battle against Islamic State militants in Mosul's Old City, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday.
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