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Paul George trade: Celtics believe they can convince Pacers star to sign extension

The Boston Celtics are willing to surrender significant assets on a Paul George trade with belief that they can convince the All-Star to sign an extension, according to a new report.

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Teenage immigrant

For Canada's 150th anniversary, we're sharing the stories of those who immigrated to the country. Aimee Beboso arrived with her family in Ontario when she was just 13.

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A corruption scandal wrecked Brazil’s economy. Now, workers face the consequences.

As firms implode, many of those hit by mass layoffs are having trouble finding new jobs.

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Minister: Canada will build up its military as the U.S. pulls back from world stage

Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada must chart its own course.

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How a new kind of protest movement has risen in Venezuela

Constant street fights have added new urgency to the political crisis, forcing people to choose sides or get out of the way.

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What happened to Gustavito, the beloved hippo at El Salvador’s National Zoo?

Authorities are investigating whether he was killed by intruders — or died of poor care.

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Mexicans mourn well-known journalist as risks to reporters skyrocket

Javier Valdez was killed near his office in Sinaloa, the home of ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s cartel

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Police arrest 8 in deadly Colombia mall explosion

Eight people were arrested in connection with the deadly explosion at an upscale mall in Colombia, the country's National Police said.

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What US expats say about Mexico

American expats who've moved to Mexico say they love the country they've come to call home.

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'Zoo' Season 3 episode 2 spoilers: Mitch is questioned by a strange woman in 'Diaspora'

"Zoo" Season 3, episode 2 titled "Diaspora" will show Mitch being interrogated by a mysterious woman.

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Weiwei's Lego art showing dissidents hits US

The Chinese artist makes 176 portraits of activists and political prisoners using thousands of Lego bricks in new installation.

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‘Goodbye, Weapons!’ FARC Disarmament in Colombia Signals New Era

Gathered in rural camps, fighters from Colombia’s largest rebel group have handed in weapons to United Nations inspectors and await civilian life after decades of conflict.

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How White House Eid dinner got started

Donald Trump has broken a recent tradition of hosting a White House dinner to mark the end of Ramadan.

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'Holby City' Series 19 episode 39 spoilers: Matteo wonders if he still has a chance to be with Nina in 'Keeping the Faith'

"Holby City" Series 19, episode 39 titled "Keeping the Faith'" will show Damon talking to Matteo about rekindling his past relationship with Nina. It will also show Morven having a difficult time getting past the recent tragedy.

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Eco-friendly cars with ‘cleaner’ tech can still cause harm; Stricter emission standards not the main solution

Gasoline-dependent automobiles with ‘cleaner’ technology could still emit harmful elements into the air, according to a new study. Also, stricter emission standards may not limit secondary organic aerosol reduction.

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Wimbledon 2017: Novak Djokovic is 'grateful' to have Andre Agassi as coach

Novak Djokovic, the three-time Wimbledon champion, is "grateful" to have childhood idol Andre Agassi by his corner as he begins his quest for a ...

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Toronto Hotel Is Scrapping the Trump Name

JCF Capital, the new owner of the financially troubled Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto, will erase the president’s name from the ...

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Andy Murray suffers injury scare ahead of 2017 Wimbledon

World No. 1 Andy Murray has pulled out of his scheduled Wimbledon warm-up tie at the Hurlingham Club due to a sore hip.

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iOS 11 first beta release tries to bury any ambitious jailbreaking intent

The first public beta for iOS 11 is officially out though Apple device owners planning to try it are encouraged to first back up their devices for safety reasons.

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Sebastien Grosjean on coaching Nick Kyrgio: 'He needs to be mentally tougher'

Former World No. 4 Sebastien Grosjean has one of the toughest jobs in tennis -- to coach temperamental Australian Nick Kyrgios. Grosjean believes he can steer the Aussie in the right direction.

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Lavar Ball flips the WWE script, renders impressive appearance on Miz TV

Lavar Ball and his sons appeared on WWE Raw and the elder could have a place on the show if Vince McMahon is interested.

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'Riverdale' season 2 leaked photos hint at Scottish mystery man tying the knot with Veronica Lodge

Leaked photos suggest someone possibly getting married in "Riverdale" season 2 with Veronica Lodge being the bride.

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Reporter vents fury at White House over 'fake news' claims

A reporter had strong words for Sarah Huckabee Sanders over her criticism of "fake news".

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US policeman in hot pursuit of own car

A police officer in Ohio had to chase his own patrol car after it began rolling away during a traffic stop.

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'Killjoys' Season 3 premiere spoilers: D'avin and Dutch search for a special weapon to bring out the Hullen in 'Boondoggie' [VIDEO]

The "Killjoys" Season 3 premiere episode titled "Boondoggie" will show Dutch and D'avin's search for a weapon that will make the Hullen come out. Plus, Johnny will get a signal for help from Clara.

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Laquan McDonald death: Officers 'lied about US teenager's shooting'

Prosecutors charge three officers with conspiracy to cover up the death of a black Chicago teen.

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Clinton Campaign Chairman Testifies in US House Russia Probe

Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, on Tuesday appeared before the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, which has begun interviewing witnesses in its probe of how Russia may have influenced the 2016 ...

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