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Britain gets serious in addressing the very lucrative business of human trafficking.
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For the first time, Hungary's national football team was ordered to play its World Cup qualifier behind closed doors.
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Shopkeepers hope Pope Francis, the first Latin American pope in church history, will be as bankable as his predecessors.
Journalists speculate the outcome of the Papal conclave while waiting for a decision from the cardinals.