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Six aid workers dead in ambush in South Sudan
Six aid workers dead in ambush in South Sudan

The United Nations has confirmed six aid workers in South Sudan were killed on Saturday in what the UN representative called a "heinous murder."

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U.S airstrike kills Senior Al Qaeda leader
U.S airstrike kills Senior Al Qaeda leader

On Saturday the Pentagon confirmed the death of well-known Al Qaeda militant leader Qari Yasin.

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Numerous home pregnancy tests recalled after false negative results reported
Numerous home pregnancy tests recalled after false negative results reported

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Wikinews visits set of indie film 'Dead on Set'
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Wikinews visits set of indie film 'Dead on Set'

On Saturday, Wikinews visited the set of comedy film Dead on Set. Using the movie-in-a-movie concept, the film is a comedy about a group of people filming a zombie movie, during which a real zombie virus outbreak occurs.

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Fans unite at Toronto Comicon, meet Degrassi stars
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Fans unite at Toronto Comicon, meet Degrassi stars

Pop culture event Toronto ComiCon continued to grow this year, the sixth year since its restructuring as a three day program. A Wikinews reporter was there to photograph.

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  5. Royal Canadian Mint unveils world's largest gold coin