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Man dies of mysterious head injury following Dave Matthews Band concert


Darcy Smith left her souvenir T-shirt behind at a Dave Matthews Band concert near St. Louis last week and her husband Jasen went back to their seats to retrieve it. The next time she saw him he was unconscious and being treated by paramedics. He was bleeding from one of his ears. The father of…

Austria: 3 women found dead in Vienna apparently starved


Austrian police say that a woman and her two daughters who were found dead at their Vienna apartment earlier this week appear to have starved to death.

PSG president targeted by French corruption probe


A French judicial official says Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has been placed under investigation for suspected corruption.

3 deaths in Missouri as tornado strikes state capital


A tornado has caused heavy damage in Missouri’s capital city as severe weather swept across the state overnight, causing three deaths and trapping dozens of people in the wreckage of their homes.

Kenya’s Olympic track coach banned 10 years for corruption


The Kenyan track team coach who was sent home from the 2016 Olympics was banned for 10 years Wednesday for seeking a bribe of $12,000 to help athletes beat doping tests.

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Russian ‘bear’ bombers intercepted near Alaska for second time in two days


Russian “Bear” bombers flew near Alaska under fighter escort for the second time in two days.

Pope urges China’s Catholics to unify after bishop deal


Pope Francis is urging China’s divided Catholic community to come together in communion, as he seeks to heal decades of estrangement following a landmark deal with Beijing over bishop nominations.

Lawmaker says Iran doesn’t want direct or proxy war with US


A prominent reformist lawmaker in Iran has reportedly said the Islamic Republic “under no circumstance” will enter a war with the U.S., either directly or through proxy forces.

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Indiana college softball team pulls off stunning hidden-ball trick to advance to World Series


Indiana college softball players used teamwork and a bit of subterfuge to pull off a hidden-ball trick Saturday that secured their spot in the Women’s College World Series.

German port a battleground for EU’s fragile political center


If Joachim Schuster is worried about his job, he’s not letting on.

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