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  1. Kerry says talks with Russia seek to separate rival forces in Syria - Washington Post


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    Kerry says talks with Russia seek to separate rival forces in Syria
    Washington Post
    GENEVA — The United States and Russia are studying possible ways to separate rival forces in Syria, delineating potential “safe zones” for opposition fighters amid renewed violence that has threatened to fully collapse a two-month-old cease-fire attempt.
    Talks on Syria Seek to Extend Fragile Truce to AleppoNew York Times
    Kerry aims to extend truce to Syria's Aleppo as ceasefire unravelsReuters
    UK's Hammond says new initiative needed for Syria talksBusiness Insider
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  2. Cruise Ship From Miami Docks in Havana, Ending Decades-Old Freeze - New York Times


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    Cruise Ship From Miami Docks in Havana, Ending Decades-Old Freeze
    New York Times
    The sold-out cruise, operated by a unit of Carnival Corporation, carried 704 passengers from Miami to Havana. Credit Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press. MEXICO CITY — The first cruise ship in nearly 40 years to sail across the Florida Straits from Miami ...
    Caption Hundreds on shore welcome Adonia to Havana as cruise ship is delayed in dockingSun Sentinel
    10 Things That Will Be Cheaper (or More Expensive) if the U.S. Embargo on Cuba Is LiftedHuffington Post
    Cruise ship from Miami arrives in Havana for historic trip to CubaMiami Herald
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  3. Report: 110 Journalists Killed in 2015 - Voice of America


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    Report: 110 Journalists Killed in 2015
    Voice of America
    May 02, 2016 1:24 AM. Press freedom in 2015 fell to its lowest point in 12 years, according to a new report on the issue. Freedom House, which produced the Freedom of the Press 2016 report, cited political, criminal and terrorist forces behind the ...
    World Press Freedom Day comes amid tough times for journalistsUSA TODAY
    Annual "Freedom of the Press" Report ReleasedThe Mass Media
    Threats of Violence, Political Pressure Among Challenges to Freedom Of Press in IndiaIndia West
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  4. Young Somali woman sets herself alight in Australian detention - CNN


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    Young Somali woman sets herself alight in Australian detention
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    (CNN) A 21-year-old Somali asylum seeker has set herself on fire at an Australian offshore processing center on the pacific island of Nauru, less than a week after refugee advocates say she was forcibly sent back there. The woman, named by refugee ...
    Australia Blames Refugee Advocates After Asylum Seeker Set Herself On FireHuffington Post
    Refugee Sets Herself Alight at Immigration Camp on NauruNew York Times
    Another Horribly Burned Asylum Seeker Has Been Airlifted to a Brisbane HospitalVICE
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  5. Architect of bin Laden raid: The anxious moments - CNN


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    Architect of bin Laden raid: The anxious moments
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    Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a vice president at New America and a professor of practice at Arizona State University. He is the author of the new book "United States of Jihad: Investigating America's Homegrown Terrorists." (CNN) The ...
    Obama: Decision to Kill Bin Laden Was Heavily DebatedVoice of America
    Five Years After bin Laden's Death, al-Qaeda Lives OnThe Atlantic
    Five years after Osama bin Laden's death, location of terrorist's final resting place still shrouded in secrecyNew York Daily News
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