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The flight attendant at the center of the “nut rage” incident involving the daughter of the chairman of Korean Air said she lied about what happened because she felt pressure from company executives to speak well of the heiress.

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The Bank of Russia unexpectedly cut interest rates, painting a gloomy economic picture and prompting the ruble to fall.

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President Obama is expected to detail on Friday an ambitious scientific effort to amass genetic data on one million or more Americans, with an eye toward unearthing disease causes and speeding drug discovery.

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President Obama is expected to detail on Friday an ambitious scientific effort to amass genetic data on one million or more Americans, with an eye toward unearthing disease causes and speeding drug discovery.

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Israel’s settlement watchdog group says the government has issued hundreds of tenders for housing units in the West Bank, an area the Palestinians demand for their future state.

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Officials said a senior Kurdish military commander and eight Kurdish fighters have been killed in clashes with Islamic State militants in northern Iraq.

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Iraqi officials said a twin bombing at a crowded market in Baghdad has killed eight people.

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Consumer prices in the eurozone fell more sharply and more broadly in January, heightening the risk of a slide toward deflation that the ECB hopes to halt and then reverse through its new bond-buying program.

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China’s government has unveiled a smarter and stricter Internet filter, riling web users and widening the divide between China’s Internet and the World Wide Web.

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Eugene de Kock, who was arrested when apartheid ended in 1994, and was sentenced to two life terms and an additional 212 years in prison, is to be released, the South African government announced.