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​Muslim-American superhero Ms. Marvel breaking stereotypes

NEW YORK — The universe of superhero comics is populated by outcasts — those who don’t fit in, but who protect the world anyway. But there’s never been a comic superhero quite like Ms. Marvel. Kamala Khan is just an average teen from Jersey City, who happens to have shape-shifting abilities. She also happens to be Muslim. “We didn’t want ...

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​Trump vs Rubio: Mudslinging gets down and dirty

WASHINGTON — The sniping between Donald Trump and Marco Rubio that started at Thursday night’s Republican debate is only getting nastier this weekend. “He couldn’t get elected dog catcher in Florida,” Trump said Saturday in Arkansas of the Florida senator. “He’s flying around on Hair Force One,” Rubio fired back at a campaign event in suburban Atlanta. Play Video Saturday ...

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Director of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem Steps Aside

The Israel Museum in Jerusalem has announced its longtime director James Snyder, credited with transforming the institution into a world-class museum, is stepping aside. It said in a statement Sunday that Snyder will assume a newly created position —International President for the museum’s worldwide activities — in 2017. The museum is now searching for a new director. Snyder, director since ...

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The Latest: Ireland’s House Divided as Election Results Grow

The Latest on Ireland’s election results (all times local): 7:25 p.m. Winners have been declared for 137 seats in Ireland’s 158-member parliament — and the legislature has never looked so divided. Among the traditional big-name parties, Fine Gael has won 44 seats, Fianna Fail 38, Sinn Fein 20 and Labour six. In addition, 29 mostly left-wing candidates from a half-dozen ...

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Swiss Reject Plan to Automatically Expel Foreign Criminals

Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to automatically expel foreigners who commit even low-level crimes, according to results, handing a setback to a popular nationalist party that had put forward the measure. The initiative was rejected Sunday by 59 percent of voters, the government Web site showed. It was the most controversial of a number of national and local issues ...

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The Latest: Saudi FM Says Syrian Forces Violating Cease-Fire

The Latest on the conflict in Syria as a fragile cease-fire enters its second day (all times local): 8:30 p.m. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir says Syrian troops are violating the cease-fire brokered by Russia and the U.S. Al-Jubeir spoke to reporters in the Saudi capital Riyadh on Sunday during a press conference with the visiting Danish Foreign Minister. He ...

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Twin Bombing Attacks in Baghdad Market Kill at Least 59

Militants attacked an outdoor market on Sunday in eastern Baghdad, killing at least 59 people and wounding nearly 100, officials said. A bomb ripped through the crowded Mredi market in the Shiite district of Sadr City, a police officer said. Minutes later, a suicide bomber blew himself up amid the crowd that had gathered at the site of the first ...

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Egypt to Extradite Frenchman to Dominican Republic

France says Egypt plans to extradite a French citizen to the Dominican Republic, where he is wanted for his alleged role in helping two French pilots convicted of cocaine trafficking escape by flying across the Atlantic Christophe Naudin, a criminologist and aviation expert, was arrested while travelling in Cairo, Egypt, earlier this month. The Dominican Republic has issued arrest warrants ...

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Hungary’s Orban: EU Leaders Don’t Want to Stop the Migrants

Europe has the ability to stop the flow of migrants reaching the continent but its leaders have no plans to do so, Hungary’s prime minister declared Sunday. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been at the forefront of those rejecting the refugees and asylum-seekers flooding into Europe due to conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Hungary last year built razor-wire fences ...

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Opposition Activists Report Airstrikes in Northern Syria

Warplanes carried out air raids Sunday on several parts of northern Syria as a top opposition official warned that continued violations of a fragile cease-fire could jeopardize a planned resumption of U.N.-brokered peace talks. The acts of violence came as Russia said a northern town held by a predominantly Kurdish militia came under fire from the Turkish side of the ...

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