Brazilian lawmakers to protect Amazon rain forest, Kurds drive ISIS out, Osama bin Laden assassination story controversy emerges in the United States, Greece announces ATM fees to curb cash withdrawals

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  1. Brazilian Lawmakers Announce Plans to Nationalize Amazon Rain Forest
  2. Kurds Drive ISIS Out of Village
  3. Saudi Arabia Allegedly Indiscriminately Bombing Buildings
  4. Osama Bin Laden Pseudo-Scandal Emerges in the United States
  5. Greece Announces ATM Withdrawal Fees to Curb Use of Cash

Tokyo legalizes same-sex weddings, typhoid resistant to drugs spreading, Chinese military prepping for drone warfare

  1. Tokyo Municipality Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
  2. Drug-Resistant Strain of Typhoid Spreading Worldwide
  3. Swedish Neo-Nazi Party Disbands
  4. Chinese Military Developing Advanced Drone Technology
  5. Vladimir Putin Defends Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in Press Conference with German Chancellor Merkel
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News Headlines May 8, 2015: Tesla Receives $800 Million in Orders for Battery, UK Opposition Party Leaders Resign, Putin Fires Generals


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