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The Unexplained Disappearance of Dahlia Yehia

A 25-year-old American traveled to Nepal to volunteer after the earthquake. She found a friendly host on Couchsurfing.com. She was never heard from again.

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A French Terrorist Killed Two People, Then Bragged About it on Facebook Live

Larossi Abballa live-streamed the aftermath of his home invasion and murder of two police officials in France.

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China’s ‘Guam Killers’ Threaten U.S. Anchor Base in Pacific

Advances in Chinese missile technology are putting the big American base, formerly a sanctuary, in range of attacks.

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How to Invade Your Own Privacy So the Government Doesn’t Have To

In 2002, the FBI mistakenly identified Hasan Elahi as a terrorist. Since then, he’s offered free self-surveillance, posting more than 80,000 pictures online for the bureau — and the world — to see.

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China’s Got Nuclear Power Plans for its Fake Islands

China’s planned fleet of floating nuclear reactors could give extra military punch to its buildup in the South China Sea -- and could create a whole new slate of environmental and safety worries.

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