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  • French presidential hopeful Le Pen names nationalist as prime minister (Reuters)
  • Security tight as pope celebrates open-air Mass in Cairo (AP)
  • Russia's Lavrov says ready to cooperate with U.S. on Syria (Reuters)
  • Turkey blocks access to Wikipedia website, monitoring group says (Reuters)
  • China deports U.S. citizen convicted of espionage (Reuters)
  • North Korea test-fires ballistic missile, South Korean news agency says (Reuters)
  • Marine Le Pen says she 'abhors' Holocaust doubters (AP)
  • Kurdish militia commander says U.S. forces to monitor Syria-Turkey border (Reuters)
  • Tillerson scolds UN Security Council for not enforcing sanctions against North Korea (Reuters)
  • Pentagon: Friendly fire may have killed two U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan on Wednesday (Reuters)
  • Earthquake with 5.8 magnitude hits Chile's capital of Santiago (Reuters)
  • Erdogan says sees 'fresh page' in Turkish-U.S. relations under Trump (AP)
  • Pope Francis appeals to Egypt's imams to preach peace (AP)
  • Two Palestinians shot by Israeli army during protests in support of hunger-striking prisoners
  • Pope Francis meets Egypt's president to kick off historic two-day visit (AP)

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