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Japan joined the Equal Futures Partnership, a U.S.-led multilateral initiative to increase political and economic par
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I've been watching the news about the war in Syria with a mixture of anger and worry.
The death toll from an alleged massacre in an Alawite village in central Syria has risen to 22, including women, chil
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