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November 20, 2014

Five Guantanamo Bay Prisoners Sent To Europe

The detainees have been transferred to Slovakia and Georgia as part of President Barack Obama's continuing efforts to close down the camp.

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Ukraine Wants The Weapons The U.S. Has Promised

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will discuss potential lethal aid to the Ukrainian government in Kiev on Friday. Russia has already sounded ominous warnings.

12 Astonishing Aerial Photos Of Brazil's Worst Drought In 80 Years

The severe dry season has left the Cantareira system – reservoirs that provide water to 8 million Sao Paulo area residents – with its lowest water level on record. Daily rationing is becoming common in the region's smaller cities.

Thai Students Arrested For "Hunger Games" Salutes, Film Screenings Axed

Three university students in Bangkok were detained by police for the salutes — which have been adopted by opponents of May's military coup — on Thursday. At least two screenings of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I" have been canceled in the Thai capital.

Three Injured And Gunman Killed In Shooting On Florida State University Campus

The alleged gunman was identified by the AP as Myron May, a lawyer and former FSU student. The incident took place in the Strozier Library while hundreds of students were inside. Update: One of the injured students was paralyzed in the shooting, and a friend started a fundraiser Sunday to help pay for medical expenses.

MTV's "Untitled Whiteness Project" Is Not What You Think

The documentary's director, Jose Antonio Vargas, spoke with BuzzFeed News following the backlash against one of its casting calls. "This is not the only ad we're going to put out there."

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