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Massive Rally for Catalonia's Secession in Barcelona

Supporters of Catalan secession came from all parts of the wealthy northeastern region to its main city

France Eliminates USA from Basketball World Cup in Major Upset

France handed the United States their first loss in the FIBA World Cup in 13 years to advance to the semi-finals in China with an 89-79 win.

Big Sean, Halsey, Migos Rock Rihanna's Lingerie Fashion Show

The New York Fashion Week show was filmed for streaming Sept. 20 exclusively on Amazon Prime, but Rihanna's teddies and other lacy pieces were on sale immediately at Amazon

UN Experts Call for Repatriation of IS-Linked Children and Mothers in Syria

Children as young as 12 suspected of being fighters for Islamic State are being kept in a secret location with adults in conditions that may give rise to torture

Canada's Trudeau Begins Reelection Bid Ahead of Oct. 21 Vote

The son of late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau could be in trouble, polls say the opposition Conservative party is running close to Trudeau's Liberals

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Indonesian Province Shuts Schools Due to Forest Fire Haze

Indonesia’s Disaster Mitigation Agency said more than 3,600 fires have been detected on Sumatra and Borneo islands by weather satellites, leading to very poor air quality in six provinces with a combined population of more than 23 million

Turkish High Court to Review Wikipedia Appeal against Ban

Ankara blocked Wikipedia in April 2017, accusing it of being part of a 'smear campaign' against Turkey, after the website refused to remove content that allegedly portrayed Turkey as a country supporting the Islamic State group and terrorist organizations

Taylor Swift Break-In Suspect Charged in Trump Golf Course Damage

The man charged with breaking into singer Taylor Swift's Rhode Island mansion is accused of causing more than $20,000 damage to President Donald Trump's New Jersey golf course

Saudis Condemn Israeli PM's West Bank Annexations Plans

Saudi Arabia denounces Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's vow to annex parts of West Bank as 'very dangerous escalation'