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    For three straight days now, people have streamed out of the besieged enclave, fleeing from Azerbaijan’s newly imposed control. The border village of Kornidzor, the last Armenian settlement along the road, is a jumble of humanitarian aid points delivering food, water and other essentials to the refugees.

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    Target said Tuesday that it will close nine stores in four states, including one in New York City's East Harlem neighbourhood and three in the San Francisco Bay Area, saying that theft and organized retail crime have threatened the safety of its workers and customers.

  3. A person in a military uniform is displayed on a public television screen.

    The U.S. soldier who sprinted into North Korea across the heavily fortified border between the Koreas two months ago was released into American custody, the White House announced Wednesday.

  4. A man in a navy blue suit, white shirt and red tie stands with his arms extended in front of U.S. flags and a blue wall with the words "Make America Great Again" in white letters.

    A judge has ruled that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House.

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    Donald Trump will have to report to face more charges, this time in a Georgia case related to the 2020 election and efforts to prevent a loss to Joe Biden. Here's the summary of Trump's legal exposure in major criminal and civil cases.