A gas station in Africa.

Low-Income Countries Get Burned When It Comes To Fuel Quality

Many differences in government regulations that limit or ban toxins in gasoline are a big reason why.

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Can UKIP's New Leader Keep It Relevant After Brexit?

Refugees from South SudanWATCHLIST
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Another Country Has Hit The 1 Million Refugee Mark

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Crikey! Could Steve Irwin's Face Be On Australian Currency?

Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system.WATCHLIST
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Obama's $38 Billion Israel Aid Deal Has Some Big Strings Attached

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Canada Tries Out Heroin Prescriptions

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Pope Francis: Killing In The Name Of God Is 'Satanic'

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Children In Syria Grow Up Knowing Nothing But War

Buses set on fire by protesters in India.WATCHLIST
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A Really, Really Old Water Dispute In India Just Caught Fire

Philippine President Rodrigo DuterteWATCHLIST
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President Duterte's Discontent With US Could Pose Problems ... For Him

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Dolphins Might Have A 'Highly Developed Spoken Language'

Malaysia Airline passenger jets are shown parked on the tarmac at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.WATCHLIST
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A Fire May Have Broken Out Before Flight MH370 Crashed

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Don't Feel Bodoh — We Didn't Know What These Words Meant, Either

An Israeli soldier prays on a Merkava tank on the Israeli-Syrian border near Quneitra on June 22, 2014.WATCHLIST
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Another Cease-Fire Begins In Syria — Will This One Last?

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In A Rare Move, North Korea Admits Devastation From Flooding

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a press conference.WATCHLIST
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Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron Resigns From Parliament, Too

Marieke Vervoort wears a white and red jacket. She has bleach blonde short hair. She sits in her wheelchair with arms raised.WATCHLIST
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Paralympian Says She Will End Her Life One Day, But Not Now

Aerial views of The Great Barrier Reef.WATCHLIST
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The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying, And Tourists Are Rushing To See It

Military personnel patrol the Eiffel Tower on January 8, 2015, in Paris.WATCHLIST
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A 15-Year-Old Terror Suspect Was Arrested In Paris

A nurse fills a vaccine needle.WATCHLIST
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Which Country Trusts Vaccines More: America Or France?

A Syrian refugee with muscular dystrophy sits in a wheelchair as two people run toward him.WATCHLIST
Amnesty International

Conflict Zones Are Even Harder To Escape For Those With Disabilities

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Even The US Is Expected To Miss The UN's Education Goals

The South-North Korea borderWATCHLIST
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South Korea's Response To A Threat From The North Wouldn't Be Pretty

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Bangladesh Factory Collapses After Catching Fire

U.K. Trade Secretary Liam FoxWATCHLIST
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UK Trade Minister Blames 'Lazy, Fat' Businesses For Weak Exports

A girl who was married before 18 in Nepal.WATCHLIST
Human Rights Watch

Banning Child Marriage Isn't As Simple As Passing A Law

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Cuba Says US Trade Emargo Cost It $4.6B Last Fiscal Year

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U.S. Department of State

US And Russia Orchestrate Another Cease-Fire In Syria

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110 People Got Stuck In Cable Cars During A Trip To The French Alps

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Is Israeli Researchers' Claim Against Palestine's Leader Credible?

The announcement of North Korea's nuclear test on South Korean television.WATCHLIST
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Kim Jong-Un Pulls The Trigger On ANOTHER Nuclear Test