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  • Darfur justice could prove elusive despite al-Bashir's fall

  • Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, driven from power and now languishing in a prison where his opponents were once jailed and tortured, is more vulnerable than ever to a decade-old international arrest warrant for war crimes committed in Darfur.
  • A short history of the elevator

  • The first passenger elevator got off to a slow start. Installed in 1857 at the Haughwout Department Store in New York, it was shut down after just three years because customers refused to accept it. Powered by a steam engine in the basement of the five-story building, it traveled at a mere 40 feet per minute. (Today's fastest elevators can travel upwards of 40 feet per second.)
  • Toddler stuck ‘used condom’ from McDonald’s in mouth: report

  • A McDonald’s customer in Australia says she was “sickened” to find her 2-year-old daughter stuck a “used condom” she found at the chain in her mouth, according to a report. The little girl’s mom — who only wanted to be identified as Wendy — said her daughter now requires STD testing after the incident Friday...
  • Trump sues to block House Democrats’ subpoena of his finances

  • President Trump has gone to court to block a subpoena from the House Oversight Committee seeking information about the finances of his businesses, arguing the move “has no legislative purpose.” In the Monday filing, Trump wants to prevent his accounting firm, Mazars USA, from complying with the subpoena issued earlier this month by Rep. Elijah...
  • In Kenya, running can be a road to ruin

  • ELDORET, Kenya — Ten years ago, in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam, Duncan Kibet lay spread-eagle on the pavement, trying to process the record-setting run he had just completed and how it was about to change his life.

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