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Liberia holds Senate vote amid Ebola fearsLiberia holds Senate vote amid concern over the spread of Ebola
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Antelope graze on the Muleshoe Ranch in Borden County on Dec. 3, 2014. The ranch and others across the state suffered through the state's driest year ever in 2011, forcing some to sell off many if not all of their animals or sending their cattle to other states to graze. Many ranchers have since worked to diversify their incomes with other enterprises including leasing water and hunting acres for deer, antelope and quail. (AP Photo/Betsy Blaney)
Texas ranchers seeking alternative incomesCultural shift: Record beef prices don't keep Texas ranchers from seeking alternative income
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In this Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014 photo, immigrants attend the Immigration Relief Education forum organized by the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, CHIRLA, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The event looks to educate immigrants on President Obama’s Executive Action announcement expected to prevent the deportation of more than 4 million immigrant families.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Immigrants build document trails to remain in USImmigrants build document trails to remain in US, a daunting task for many in the shadows
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
Police investigate a building after the entrance was blown up early Saturday morning Dec. 20, 2014 in Malmo Sweden. Another minor bomb wrecked a car in the same neighborhood of Rosengard, in Malmo. No one was injured by the explosions. (AP photo/TT News Agency, Stig-Ake Jonsson)    SWEDEN OUT
2 car bombs rock southern Sweden's city of Malmo2 car bombs rock southern Sweden's city of Malmo, no injuries
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Cuba's President Raul Castro smiles during a twice-annual legislative session at the National Assembly in Havana, Cuba, Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. When the leaders of the U.S. and Cuba had their first phone conversation in more than 50 years, they were not at a loss for words. As President Barack Obama told the story at his news conference Friday, he opened his call with Cuban President Raul Castro _ brother of famously longwinded Fidel _ with a 15-minute monologue, then apologized for taking so much time. "He said, 'Don't worry about it, Mr. President,’” Obama related. “’You're still a young man, and you have still the chance to break Fidel's record. He once spoke seven hours straight."  (AP Photo/Ismael Francisco, Cubadebate)
Cubans imprisoned in US appear before parliamentCheers at Cuba parliament as freed prisoners appear, with Raul Castro and Elian Gonzalez
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