As the situation in South Sudan continues to worsen—leading the U.S. State Department to draw down its presence in the country—the department says it remains committed to offer humanitarian aid to the war-torn region.
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A World War II-era bomb was discovered during an excavation project in Germany. It exploded, killing one.
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Germany will now allow parents of children showing traits of both sexes to refrain from picking a gender at birth, a move which public health advocates say will reduce pressure on parents regarding getting sex-assignment surgery for their children immediately after birth. Intersex advocates suggest the move is a starting point towards acceptance.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford is sorry he got “hammered” on the job.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says he’ll keep blocking Obama’s executive branch nominees until he gets his way on Benghazi.
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Because there’s a study on everything, here’s a study on how texting affects love lives. Hooray.
(Source: Washington Post)