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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Saving Singapore street food

Singapore is known for its incredible cuisine and although the ultra-modern city has high-end options, it is most famous for its street food. For generations, thousands of so-called "hawkers" have been offering savory dishes from their small stalls, but now it is under threat. Christina Ruffini reports.

AP probe hints at Julian Assange’s budding ties with Russia

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If Iraqi-Kurdish tension blows up, Kirkuk will be the fuse

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Kim Kardashian West held at gunpoint in Paris, spokesperson says

Kanye West abruptly ended his show at the Meadows Festival in NYC after telling his fans he had to stop the show due to a family emergency

Body recovered from plane wreckage is Argentine soccer player

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Scientists seeking to map out plumbing system hidden inside earth’s crust

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Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians kill 4, wound 9 in tourist area

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N. Korea backs away from plan to launch missiles toward Guam

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Shimon Peres hailed as “a soldier for Israel”

President Obama will lead the U.S. delegation traveling to Israel for the funeral of Shimon Peres on Friday. The former prime minister and president died at 93. Holly Williams reports.

Large earthquake near Fukushima; tsunami warning issued

In 2011, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake in the same region​ triggered a massive tsunami and led to almost 16,000 deaths

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