PARIS: France voted in the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election that is crucial to the future of Europe and a closely-watched test of voters' anger with the political establishment.
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Few clues on casualties at site of huge U.S. bomb in Afghanistan
The remote site in eastern Afghanistan where the U.S. military dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in combat earlier this month bears signs of the weapon's power, but little evidence of how much material and human damage it inflicted.
Restored Saudi state perks may avert recession, help economic reforms
The decision by Saudi Arabia's King Salman to restore cuts to financial allowances for civil servants and military personnel is being seen as helping the kingdom avoid recession this year while smoothing the path toward economic reforms.
Sweet home Chicago: Obama re-emerges in city where it all began
Former U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday makes his first major appearance since leaving office, having chosen Chicago, the city where his political career started, to emerge from a three-month hiatus from the public eye.
Delays dog 'shovel ready' projects in Trump's infrastructure plan
U.S. President Donald Trump reassured manufacturers gathered in the White House Roosevelt room on March 31 that a massive infrastructure program was coming soon.
Hundreds flee Mosul fighting as others return to former IS areas
Heavy two-way traffic of carts carrying children, clothes, and the elderly crowded the main Baghdad-Mosul road on Sunday as hundreds of Iraqis fled heavy fighting or made their way back to areas seized back from Islamic State.
Pope likens migrant holding centers to 'concentration camps'
Pope Francis urged governments on Saturday to get migrants and refugees out of holding centers, saying many had become "concentration camps".
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