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Russia’s Biggest War Games Include Submarine Hunt in Pacific

Russia’s Biggest War Games Include Submarine Hunt in Pacific

About 3,200 troops from China have joined about 300,000 Russian troops for a week of war games.
Skepticism Rising in S. Korea Ahead of 3rd Summit with North

Skepticism Rising in S. Korea Ahead of 3rd Summit with North

The shine is starting to come off South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s engagement strategy with the North.
Japan Quake Toll up to 16 as Rescuers Dig Through Landslides

Japan Quake Toll up to 16 as Rescuers Dig Through Landslides

Update: survivors trapped in mud and debris from landslides triggered by a powerful earthquake in northern Japan.
Two American Tourists Stabbed in Amsterdam

Amsterdam: ‘Terrorist Motive’ Alleged in Attack on Americans

A 19-year-old Afghan citizen had a “terrorist motive” for allegedly stabbing two Americans in Amsterdam.
Eurozone unemployment falls to decade low of 8.2 percent

Eurozone Unemployment Falls to Decade Low of 8.2 Percent

Unemployment across the 19-country eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since the most acute phase.

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At Least 10 dead, 40 Hurt as 6.4 Quake Hits Indonesia Island

At Least 10 dead, 40 Hurt as 6.4 Quake Hits Indonesia Island

The quake damaged dozens of single-story houses and taller buildings and was felt in a wider area, including in Bali.
Haiti’s Prime Minister Resigns amid Fuel Price Hike Fallout

Haiti’s Prime Minister Resigns amid Fuel Price Hike Fallout

Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned Saturday amid widespread unrest.
Latest on Deadly Attack in Pakistan’s Troubled Election Campaign

Latest on Deadly Attack in Pakistan’s Troubled Election Campaign

The deadliest attack in Pakistan’s troubled election campaign killed dozens of people, including a candidate.
Trump Dishes up Fresh Dose of Chaos Aimed at May, Londoners

Trump Dishes up Fresh Dose of Chaos Aimed at May, Londoners

Trump blasted Prime Minister Theresa May, blamed London’s mayor for terror attacks against the city.
Soccer Team Members Trapped in Tham Luang Nang Non Cavevideo

Daring Rescue Saves All 12 Boys, Soccer Coach from Thai Cave

Check the latest information about the rescue operations to save the soccer team members trapped in Tham Luang Nang Non Cave.
Boris Johnson Quits as UK’s May Faces Mounting Brexit Crisis

Boris Johnson Quits as UK’s May Faces Mounting Brexit Crisis

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quit with a resignation letter accusing May of flying “white flags” of surrender in negotiations with the European Union.
Heartbreaking Scenes Described in Thai Boat Sinking

Heartbreaking Scenes Described in Thai Boat Sinking; 41 Dead

Divers who entered the wreck of a tour boat that sank in a storm off the southern Thai resort island of Phuket described heartbreaking...
Cuba Slightly Loosens Controls on State Media

Cuba Slightly Loosens Controls on State Media

Cuba's Communist Party recently approved a document aimed at giving state media more ability to report news.
Compulsive Video-game Playing Now New Mental Health Problem

Compulsive Video-game Playing Now New Mental Health Problem

The World Health Organization said that compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a new mental health condition.
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Trump, North Korea’s Kim Come Together for Momentous Summit

Trump and Kim shook hands warmly in front of a row of alternating U.S. and North Korean flags.
Psychedelic Tourism Thrives in Peru Despite Recent Killing

Psychedelic Tourism Thrives in Peru Despite Recent Killing

More Westerners seek out the legendary curative, commercialization has taken over as profit-seeking impostors pop up.

Guatemala Volcano Death Toll up to 62, Expected to Rise

Rescuers pulled survivors and bodies Monday from the charred aftermath of the powerful eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire.
Maduro Wins Venezuela Election Challengers Call Illegitimate

Maduro Wins Venezuela Election Challengers Call Illegitimate

The National Election Council announced that with more than 92 percent of polling stations reporting, Maduro won nearly 68 percent of the votes Sunday.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wed in Windsor as millions watch

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Wed in Windsor as Millions Watch

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pledged their lifelong love Saturday as they married in front of hundreds of royals, celebrities and friends at St. George’s Chapel and millions of TV viewers around the world.
Passenger Jet Crashes Near Havana with at Least 110 Aboard

Passenger Jet Crashes Near Havana with at Least 110 Aboard

Cuba's state media reported there were three survivors. An employee of a Mexican charter firm said the plane belonged to the company and it had a six-person Mexican crew.
North Korea Threatens to Cancel US Summit Over Military Drills

North Korea Threatens to Cancel US Summit Over Military Drills

NK canceled a high-level meeting with South Korea and threatened to scrap a historic summit next month over military exercises between Seoul and Washington.
Israel’s Festive Inauguration of the New U.S. Embassy in Jerusalemvideo

Dozens Killed in Gaza as US Embassy Opens in Jerusalem

It was the deadliest day there since a devastating 2014 cross-border war and cast a pall over Israel’s festive inauguration of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
North Korea Will Dismantle its Nuclear Test Site Ahead of Summit

North Korea Will Dismantle its Nuclear Test Site Ahead of Kim-Trump Summit

North Korea said Saturday that it will dismantle its nuclear test site in less than two weeks, in a dramatic event that would set up leader Kim Jong Un’s summit with President Donald Trump next month.
Paris Stabbings Investigated as Terror Attack, Claimed by IS

Paris Stabbings Investigated as Terror Attack, Claimed by IS

A knife-wielding assailant killed a 29-year-old man and injured four others in a lively neighborhood near Paris’ famed Opera Garnier before he was killed by police Saturday night.
Russia’s Putin Sworn in for 4th Term; Vows Economic Reforms

Russia’s Putin Sworn in for 4th Term; Vows Economic Reforms

Putin pledged improving Russia’s economy following a recession partly linked to international sanctions would be a primary goal of his next six-year term.
N. Korea to Close Nuke Test Site in May, Unify Time Zone

N. Korea to Close Nuke Test Site in May, Unify Time Zone

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to shut down the country’s nuclear test site in May and open the process to experts and journalists from South Korea and the United States.
Korean Summit Starts with a Handshake, After Year of Tensionvideo

Korean Summit Starts with a Handshake, After Year of Tension

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in shook hands for a long time, exchanging greetings and looking from outward appearances like old friends.
Motive Elusive after Van Driver Kills 10 on Toronto Sidewalk

Motive Elusive after Van Driver Kills 10 on Toronto Sidewalk

A driver plowed a rented van along a crowded sidewalk, killing 10 people and injuring 15 in what many said seemed a deliberate attack.
North Korea Says it Has Suspended Nuclear and Long-range Missile Tests

North Korea Says it Has Suspended Nuclear, Missile Testing

There was no clear indication in the North’s announcement if it would be willing to deal away its arsenal.
Miguel Diaz-Canel, 57, Selected as Next President of Cuba

Miguel Diaz-Canel, 57, Selected as Next President of Cuba

First Vice President Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez was sole candidate to succeed Raul Castro as president of Cuba.
Raul Castro Leaves Cuba with New Freedoms, Deep Problems

Raul Castro Leaves Cuba with New Freedoms, Deep Problems

In 2008 Raul Castro took over a country where most people couldn’t own computers or cellphones, leave without permission, run most types of private businesses. Will there be change now?
What is known about suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria

Factbox: What is Known About Suspected Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria

The US and allies launched 105 missiles on Saturday targeting three chemical weapons facilities in Syria. What information is known about the suspected Syrian poison gas assault on Douma?
Suspected Poison Gas Kills at Least 40 in Damascus Suburbvideo

Suspected Poison Gas Kills at Least 40 in Damascus Suburb

President Donald Trump blamed Syrian government forces for what he called a “mindless CHEMICAL attack.”
15 Die When Truck, Hockey Team Bus Collide

Canada Mourns: 15 Die When Truck, Hockey Team Bus Collide

The crash sent shockwaves through the team’s small hometown and a country united by the national sport.
Deadly clashes in Gaza mark start of Palestinian campaign

Deadly Clashes in Gaza Mark Start of Palestinian Campaign

It was the bloodiest day in Gaza since the 2014 cross-border war between Israel and Hamas.
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un Unofficial Visit to China

Kim, Xi Portray Strong Ties after N. Korean Leader’s Visit

China’s official Xinhua News Agency said Kim made the unofficial visit to China from Sunday to Wednesday at Xi’s invitation.
UK Expels 23 Russian Diplomats over Spy Poisoning

UK Expels 23 Russian Diplomats over Spy Poisoning

Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers that the 23 diplomats, who have been identified as undeclared intelligence officers, have a week to leave.
Xi Jinping’s Rule Shatters Hopes for China’s Liberalization

Xi Jinping’s Rule Shatters Hopes for China’s Liberalization

Xi is now poised to rule indefinitely after China’s rubber-stamp legislature voted Sunday to eliminate presidential term limits.
Trump Agrees to Meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un

Trump Agrees to Meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un

After months of trading insults and threats of nuclear annihilation, President Donald Trump agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un by May.
Populist Parties Surge in Italy Vote, Mainstream Suffers

Populist Parties Surge in Italy Vote, Mainstream Suffers

Leaders of the rival populist parties both claiming victory, the election was expected to produce a hung Parliament and long, fraught negotiations to form a new government.
China Sets Stage for Xi’s Historic Grab to Rule Indefinitely

China Sets Stage for Xi’s Historic Grab to Rule Indefinitely

President Xi Jinping is poised to make a historic power grab as China’s legislators gather from Monday to approve changes that will let him rule indefinitely.
State Department Pulls Diplomats Out of Cuba

US Makes Cuba Staffing Cuts Permanent after ‘Health Attacks’

The United States said Friday it was making permanent its decision last year to withdraw 60 percent of its diplomats from Cuba.
Deaths Mount in Syria Bombing Campaign near Damascus

Deaths Mount in Syria Bombing Campaign near Damascus

Syrian government warplanes supported by Russia continued their relentless bombardment of the rebel-controlled eastern suburbs of Damascus.
Report Details Harm to Cuba Diplomats but Offers no Cause

Report Details Harm to Cuba Diplomats but Offers no Cause

The symptoms are similar to the brain dysfunction seen with concussions, concluded a team of specialists from the University of Pennsylvania. Cuba has insisted there were no attacks.
South African President Zuma Succumbs to Pressure, Resigns

South African President Zuma Succumbs to Pressure, Resigns

South African President Jacob Zuma addressed the nation and press at the government’s Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, Wednesday, Feb. 14, says he will resign ‘with immediate effect’
UK Judge Upholds Arrest Warrant for WikiLeaks Founder

UK Judge Upholds Arrest Warrant for WikiLeaks Founder

Judge Emma Arbuthnot rejected arguments by Assange’s lawyers that it is no longer in the public interest to arrest him for jumping bail in 2012.
Russian Airliner Crashes Moments after Takeoff, Killing 71

Russian Airliner Crashes Moments after Takeoff, Killing 71

A Russian airliner that had just taken off from the country’s second-busiest airport crashed Sunday, killing all 71 people aboard.
With Extraordinary Political Theater, Winter Olympics Beginvideo

With Extraordinary Political Theater, Winter Olympics Begin

The ceremony’s signature moment delivered another flash of unity and deft political stage-managing
Bermuda Has Abolished Same-Sex Marriage, UK ‘Disappointed’

Bermuda Has Abolished Same-Sex Marriage, UK ‘disappointed’

The U.K. government expressed disappointment Thursday that Bermuda has abolished same-sex marriage, but said it would have been wrong to overturn the decision by...
6 Africans Shot in Italy; Anti-Migrant Ex-Candidate Arrested

6 Africans Shot in Italy; Anti-Migrant Ex-Candidate Arrested

The shooting suspect with right-wing political ties had an Italian flag tied around his neck as he was arrested hours later in the city of Macerata. Authorities identified him as Luca Traini, a 28-year-old Italian with no previous record.
Eldest Son of Late Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Killed Himself

Cuba State Media: Fidel Castro’s Son Has Killed Himself

The eldest son of Cuba’s late revolutionary leader was known for his resemblance to his father, earning him the nickname Fidelito or Little Fidel.
Bomber in Ambulance Detonates at Afghan Checkpoint; 95 Dead

Bomber in Ambulance Detonates at Afghan Checkpoint; 95 Dead

The powerful explosion, which came a week after Taliban militants killed 22 people at an international hotel in the capital, Kabul, was felt throughout the city and covered the blast area in smoke and dust.
Jordan Urges Pence to ‘Rebuild Trust’ after Jerusalem Pivot

Jordan Urges Pence to ‘Rebuild Trust’ after Jerusalem Pivot

Trump’s announcement on Jerusalem last month infuriated the Palestinians, who seek the Israeli-annexed eastern sector of the city as a future capital.
Rival Koreas Agree to Form First Unified Olympic Team

Rival Koreas Agree to Form First Unified Olympic Team

These are the most prominent steps toward rapprochement achieved by the Koreas since they recently began exploring cooperation.
Pope Francis Acknowledges Pain of Abuse Among Victims and Priests

Pope Acknowledges Pain of Abuse Among Victims and Priests

Pope Francis dove head first into the sex abuse scandal that has devastated the Catholic Church’s credibility in Chile.
Dolores O’Riordan, Voice of The Cranberries, Dies at 46

Dolores O’Riordan, Voice of The Cranberries, Dies at 46

Her Cranberries bandmates — Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergus Lawler — tweeted that O’Riordan “was an extraordinary talent and we feel very privileged to have been part of her life.”
Full Coverage of Iran's Protests and Unrest

Latest on Iran’s Protests: Supreme Leader Blames ‘Enemies’ for Meddling

Iranians are taking to the streets in the biggest demonstrations in nearly a decade. Iran’s supreme leader blamed the demonstrations on “enemies of Iran,” saying they were meddling in its internal affairs.
Protests in Iran, Social Media Apps Blocked

Update: Iran Protests Have Violent Night; at Least 12 Dead Overall

The demonstrations, which began Thursday over the economic woes plaguing Irany, appear to be the largest to strike the Islamic Republic since the country’s disputed 2009 presidential election.
Islamic State Kills 41 in Attack on Afghan Cultural Center

Islamic State Kills 41 in Attack on Afghan Cultural Center

The attack may have targeted the pro-Iran Afghan Voice news agency housed in the two-story building. The attack wounded more than 80 people, many of whom suffered severe burns.
Treasury Issues Sanctions Against 2 North Korean Officials

Treasury Issues Sanctions Against 2 North Korean Officials

The sanctions against Kim Jong Sik and Ri Pyong Chol block them from any property or interests in property within U.S. jurisdiction, and prohibit them from transactions with American citizens.
UN Security Council Imposes New Sanctions on North Korea

U.N. Security Council Imposes New Sanctions on North Korea

The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved tough new sanctions against North Korea on Friday in response to its latest launch of a ballistic missile...
Car Rams into Pedestrians in Melbourne

Car Rams into Pedestrians in Melbourne; up to 19 injured

Media reports said 13 people have been taken to hospitals, including a pre-school aged child in serious condition with head injuries.
Earthquake Hits Indonesia’s Java Island, Deaths Reported

Earthquake Hits Indonesia’s Java Island, Deaths Reported

A strong earthquake shook the Indonesian capital and other cities on the country's most populous island of Java, killing an unknown number of people amid reports of collapsed buildings.
Palestinians Protest Trump Move, More Unrest Feared

Palestinians Protest Trump Move to Recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

Demonstrators in the Gaza Strip burned U.S. flags and pictures of President Donald Trump in a show of rage over the American decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
North Korea Launches Missile, Dashing Hopes of Diplomatic Opening

NKorea Launched Missile, Dashing Hopes of Diplomatic Opening

Trump didn’t address the launch when asked about it while visiting the Capitol on Tuesday. The Pentagon’s initial response was to call it a “probable” missile launch.
US to Stop Arming Syrian Kurdish Fighters

Turkey: US to Stop Arming Syrian Kurdish Fighters

Although likely to upset the Kurds, it was unclear how much significance such a change would have on the ground. The United States has been arming the Kurds in their fight against the Islamic State group.
The Latest on the Militant Attack on Sinai Mosque

Egypt Raises Death toll in Sinai Mosque Attack to 305

The startling bloodshed was the latest sign of how more than three years of fighting in Sinai has been unable to crush an insurgency waged by the IS affiliate.
Official: Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Resigning After 37 Years

Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President After 37 Years

The 93-year-old Mugabe has been under house arrest since the military moved in Tuesday, angered by his firing of his longtime deputy and the positioning of unpopular first lady Grace Mugabe to succeed him.
AC/DC Founding Member Malcolm Young Dead at 64

Malcolm Young, AC/DC Rhythm Guitarist and Founding Member Dead at 64

AC/DC announced the death Saturday on their official Facebook page and website Saturday. A representative for the band confirmed that the posts were true.
Powerful Earthquake on Iran-Iraq Border Kills Over 400

Powerful Earthquake on Iran-Iraq Border Kills Over 400

The quake was centered 19 miles (31 kilometers) outside the eastern Iraqi city of Halabja, according to the most recent measurements from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Arrests in Saudi Arabia Send Shockwaves Across the Kingdom

Saudi Arrests of Princes Consolidates Another’s Power Grab

The surprise arrests were immediately hailed by pro-government media outlets as the clearest sign yet that Prince Mohammed is keeping his promise to reform the country.
Spain cracks down hard after Catalonia declares independence

Spain Cracks Down Hard After Catalonia Declares Independence

Lawmakers in the Catalan parliament voted to unilaterally declare independence, prompting the swift crackdown by the Spanish government, which also called an early election in the region.
The rise and fall of the Islamic State group

The Rise and Fall of the Islamic State Group

The Islamic State group, responsible for some of the worst atrocities perpetrated against civilians in recent history, appears on the verge of collapse.
The Latest on Somalia Truck Bombing

The Latest: Somalia Truck Bombing Toll Rises Over 300, Scores Remain Missing

Nearly 400 people were injured in the bombing Saturday that targeted a crowded street in Mogadishu. Somalia’s government blamed the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab.
State Department Pulls Diplomats Out of Cuba

US to Americans: Stay Away From Cuba After Health ‘Attacks’ and Pulls Staff out...

The department also issued an advisory warning to American citizens who travel to Cuba that they could face unusual risks.
Germany Election: Angela Merkel Wins Mandate For 4th Term

Merkel Wins 4th Term but Nationalists Surge in German Vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected for a fourth term while nationalists have made a historic surge in federal elections.
Kim Jong Un Says ‘Deranged’ Trump Will ‘Pay Dearly’ for Threat

Kim Jong Un Hits Back, Threatens ‘Deranged’ Trump; Could Test Hydrogen Bomb

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump “deranged” and said he will “pay dearly” for his threats.
U.S. Allies Divided Over Trump's Threat Against North Korea

U.S. Allies Divided Over Trump’s Threat Against North Korea

Japan urged international unity Wednesday in pressuring North Korea, but other key U.S. allies pushed back.
Powerful Earthquake Hits Central Mexico, Buildings Collapsevideo

The Latest: Mexicans Dig Through Collapsed Buildings by Quake; Death Toll is at 273

Dramatic images of a several story building collapsing following a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that rattled the center of the country.
The Latest on the Investigation of U.S. Diplomats Harmed in Havana, Cuba

Cuba Mystery: What Theories U.S. Investigators Are Pursuing

Several U.S. officials say there are real reasons to question whether Cuba perpetrated a clandestine campaign of aggression.
Brittish Police Make 'Significant' Arrest in London Subway Blast

UK Police Make ‘Significant’ Arrest in London Subway Blast

An inquiry into the subway blast that wounded 29 people has shifted to Sunbury. Dangerous suspects may still be at large.
Irma's Destruction Throughout the Caribbean

Hurricane Irma’s Destruction Throughout the Caribbean (Photos & Videos)

Photos and Videos of Hurricane Irmas' Destruction throughout the Caribbean. The hurricane smashed homes, schools, stores, roads and boats on its path.
Death Toll Rises in Powerful Mexico Earthquake

Death Toll Rises to 90 in Powerful Mexico Earthquake

The quake hit minutes before midnight Thursday. The worst-hit city appeared to be Juchitan.
Hurricane Irma Lashes at Puerto Rico

Hurricane Irma Lashes at Puerto Rico, Leaves Tiny Barbuda Devastated

Hurricane Irma lashed Puerto Rico with heavy rain and powerful winds Wednesday night, leaving nearly 900,000 people without power.
Diplomatic Tit-for-Tar Between Russian and U.S.

Diplomatic Tit-for-Tar Between Russian and the US Escalates

Russia on Friday promised a "tough response" to a U.S. order to shut the Russian Consulate in San Francisco and offices in Washington and New York.
North Korea Fired Ballistic Missile Over Japan

#BREAKING: Defiant North Korea Launches Another Missile, This One Over Japan

The South Korean military said it is analyzing the launch with the United States and has strengthened its monitoring and preparation in case of further actions from North Korea.
Barcelona March of Defiance Against Terrorism

Hundreds of Thousands in Barcelona March Shouting “I’m Not Afraid”

Barcelona police said some 500,000 people showed up to the march Saturday. They carried a street-wide banner with black capital letters reading "I'm not afraid"
Spanish Police Shoot Dead Suspected Barcelona Attacker

Spanish Police Shoot Dead Suspected Barcelona Attacker

Spanish police shoot dead suspected Barcelona attacker Ending a five-day manhunt the Islamist militant who drove a van into a Barcelona crowd killing 13.
Barcelona Las Ramblas District Terror Attack

The Latest on Barcelona Van Attack that Killed 13, Injured 100, Many Seriously Injured

A van veered onto a promenade Thursday and barreled down the busy walkway in central Barcelona. 13 people were killed and 100 were injured.
Latin America Rebuke Trump's 'Military Option' Threat to Venezuela

Latin America to Slam Trump’s ‘Military Option’ Threat

Peru was the first to condemn Trump's threatened use of force and is negotiating a written response with other nations in the region.
President Trump Considering Military Response in Venezuelavideo

President Trump Considering Military Response in Venezuela

Speaking to reporters at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, Trump bemoaned the country's growing humanitarian crisis and declared that all options remain on the table.
Vladimir's Venezuela: Leveraging Loans to Caracas, Moscow Snaps up Oil Assets

Vladimir’s Venezuela: Leveraging Loans to Caracas, Moscow Snaps up Oil Assets

Venezuela’s unraveling socialist government is increasingly turning to ally Russia for the cash and credit, offering prized state-owned oil assets in return.
Two Cuban Diplomats From Their embassy in Washingtonvideo

Hearing Loss of US Diplomats Blamed on Covert Device

The statement from the Cuban Foreign Ministry said the decision to expel two Cuban diplomats was "unjustified and baseless."
Latest North Korea Crisis: Nuclear Missile Capabilities, Trump Warningvideo

Latest North Korea Crisis: Trump Warnings, Mixed Statements, Guam, Reactions

Get the latest updates and news today of the US/North Korean crisis, Trump's comments, and reactions.
Surge in Violence Haunt Venezuela

Specter of Coup, Surge in Violence Haunt Venezuela

More than 120 people have been killed and thousands arrested in four months of unrest that failed to prevent last month's elections to the new constituent assembly.
North Korea Vows Harsh Retaliation Against New UN Sanctions

North Korea Vows Harsh Retaliation Against New UN Sanctions

The warning came two days after the U.N. Security Council unanimously approved new sanctions to punish North Korea.
Venezuela Assembly Starts with Warning to Foes

Latest on Venezuela’s Political Crisis: Venezuela Assembly Starts with Warning to Foes

Venezuela's political crisis over installation of a special assembly to rewrite the constitution has pushed forward with Former Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez delivering a...
How Canada Became an Education Superpower

Canada Has Climbed into the Top Tier of International Rankings in Education

In the most recent round of international Pisa tests, Canada was one of a handful of countries to appear in the top 10 for maths, science and reading.
President Nicolas Maduro to Radically Overhaul Venezuela's Political System

President Nicolas Maduro to Radically Overhaul Venezuela’s Political System

Maduro brushed off new U.S. sanctions on him and condemnation at home and abroad of the newly chosen constitutional assembly.
U.S. Targets Venezuelan President Maduro for Sanctions

U.S. Targets Venezuelan President Maduro for Sanctions as Defiant Venezuela Moves on

The United States added President Nicolas Maduro to a steadily growing list of high-ranking Venezuelan officials targeted by financial sanctions.
Deadly Protests Mar Venezuela Ballotvideo

Deadly Protests Mar Venezuela Ballot as Voters Snub Maduro Assembly

Maduro, widely disliked for overseeing an unraveling of Venezuela's economy, has promised the assembly will bring peace by way of a new constitution.
Huge Fire at Spain United Tomorrowland

20,000 Fled Huge Fire at Spain United Tomorrowland in Barcelona

The fire Saturday night consumed the large outdoor stage at the "Tomorrowland" electronic music festival held at Barcelona's Parc de Can Zam.
US Government Orders Family of American Diplomats out of Venezuelavideo

Venezuela Crisis: US Government Orders Family of American Diplomats out of Venezuelan Capital

President Donald Trump has warned his administration could impose economic sanctions on Venezuela if Maduro goes ahead with the vote to create the legislative superbody.
Foxconn Will Build a $10 Billion Factory in Wisconsin

Electronics Giant Foxconn Will Build a $10 Billion Factory in Wisconsin

In a White House speech, Trump said the financial commitment by Foxconn CEO Terry Gou was a direct result of his electoral win.
Venezuelan Violinist Wuilly Arteaga Injured During Protest in Venezuela

Venezuelan Violinist Wuilly Arteaga Injured During Protest in Venezuela

Wuilly Arteaga was hurt during protests in Venezuela as National Guard attacked democratic protesters in Caracas.
Russia's Ambassador to Washington Ended his Tenure

Russian Envoy, at Heart of U.S. Investigations, Ends Tenure in Washington

Kislyak's name has emerged in relation to several of Trump's associates as a special counsel and congressional panels investigate Russian meddling.
Lech Walesa Urges Protesters in Poland to Defend Democracy

Former President Lech Walesa Urges Protesters in Poland to Defend Democracy

The 73-year-old Walesa said that the separation of powers into the legislative, executive and judicial branches was the most important achievement of his Solidarity movement.
Venezuela's Opposition Called For A 24-Hour Nationwide Strike

Venezuela’s Opposition Calls Strike, Trumps Threatens ‘Actions’

Despite the global and domestic calls for him to cancel the constituent assembly, Maduro vowed to press ahead with it.
Former Brazilian President da Silva Found Guilty of Corruption

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Found Guilty of Corruption

The decision by Judge Sergio Moro was widely expected, even by Silva's own defense team, but was still stunning.
Iraq Declares 'Total Victory' over the Islamic State Group in Mosul

Iraq Declares ‘Total Victory’ over the Islamic State Group in Mosul

Iraq on Monday declared "total victory" over the Islamic State group in Mosul, retaking full control of the country's second-largest city three years after...
Venezuela's Opposition Leader Leopoldo Lopez Given House Arrest

Venezuela’s Opposition Leader Leopoldo Lopez Given House Arrest

Lopez vowed that he is prepared to return to jail rather than give up his fight to remove socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Trump Confronts Vladimir Putin on Election Hacking

In First Meeting, Trump Confronts Vladimir Putin on Election Hacking

In a two-hours-plus meeting in Germany, Trump and Putin had a "robust and lengthy" discussion about the interference, though Putin denied involvement
Trump and Mexican President Meet at G20 Summit

Trump Sits Down With Mexican President, At Last

Trump looked to downplay the appearance of tension in their brief encounter on Friday, calling Pena Nieto a "friend."
North Korea Tests Long-Range Missile, Claims Success

Game-Changing: North Korea Claims it Tested Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

North Korea claimed it had successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting the mainland United States.
Sudan's Civil War Rages, Cholera Takes Deadly Toll

As Sudan’s Civil War Rages, Cholera Takes Deadly Toll

Since this outbreak began one year ago, over 11,000 cases have been reported, including at least 190 deaths, according to the World Health Organization and South Sudan's government.
U.S. threatens Syria Over Planning Chemical Weapons Attack

U.S. Threatens Syria, Says Assad is Planning Chemical Weapons Attack

U.S. threatens Syria, says Assad is planning chemical weapons attack. Syria denies allegations of coming chemical attack. Russia slams US warning of Syria attack.
Philippine drug war marks its first year

More blood but no victory as Philippine drug war marks its first year

Duterte took power on June 30 last year, vowing to halt the drug abuse and lawlessness he saw as "symptoms of virulent social disease."
U.S., Russia, Iran Draw New Red Lines in Syria

U.S., Russia, Iran Draw New Red Lines in Syria

Moscow warning Washington on Monday it would treat any U.S.-led coalition planes in its area of operations as potential targets after the U.S. air force downed a Syrian jet.
Vehicle Hits Pedestrians Near London Mosquevideo

Finsbury Park Attack: What We Know So Far

Last minute update: a vehicle hits pedestrian near London mosque. Scene of chaos, several hurt at Finsbury Park Mosque. One person was arrested.
The Latest About USS Fitzgerald Crash off the Coast of Japan

The Latest About USS Fitzgerald Crash off the Coast of Japan

This is the latest update report about the USS Fitzgerald crash off the coast of Japan. The damaged USS Fitzgerald was near the U.S. Naval...
Signals of Tough Trump Administration Stance on Cuba

Signals of Tough Trump Administration Stance on Cuba

Trump’s aides seeking to finalize rules that are likely to bar U.S. trade with Cuban enterprises linked to the military and tighten some rules on Americans traveling there.
incidents on London Bridgevideo

London Attack Update: 7 Dead, 48 Injured, 12 arrested after Van and Knife...

London Bridge: Police responding to multiple sites after incident on bridge. Casualties after London Bridge 'knife and van incident'.
Trump Rejects Moving Israel Embassy to Jerusalemvideo

Broken Promise: Trump Rejects Moving Israel Embassy to Jerusalem

The White House described Trump's waiver as a move to improve chances for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, but the relocation also risked igniting tensions across the Middle East.
France's Macron Holds 'Frank Exchange' with Putin

France’s Macron Holds ‘Frank Exchange’ with Putin

The French President met with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in their first face-to-face talks.
G7 Leaders Summit: Agreements & Disagreements

G7 Leaders Turn Gaze to Africa, Climate Harmony Elusive

G7 leaders said there was broad agreement on an array of fraught foreign policy questions, including on Syria, Libya and North Korea.
UK Cuts Off Intel Sharing with US over Intelligence Leaks to the Media

UK Cuts Off Intel Sharing with US over Intelligence Leaks to the Media

British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to discuss the leaks with her American counterpart at the NATO gathering
Manchester Attack: What We Know So Farvideo

Manchester Attack: What We Know So Far and Latest Update

We don't know the exact motivation behind Monday's horrifying terrorist attack in Manchester, which killed 22 people, including an 8-year-old girl.
Venezuela prosecutor decries Maduro congress plan

Venezuela Prosecutor Decries Nicolas Maduro’s Congress Plan

Venezuelans are scrutinizing Maduro's government and the armed forces for any cracks as protesters take to the streets daily to demand early elections
TPP Trade Deal Members Agree to Seek Way Forward Without U.S.

TPP Trade Deal Members Agree to Seek Way Forward Without U.S.

A statement from the group said this would address "concern about protectionism" and maintaining open markets.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani Secures Second Term

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani Secures Second Term

Friday's election was widely seen as a referendum on the 68-year-old cleric's push for greater freedom at home.
Brazilian President Michel Temer

Brazil Leader Mounts Defense to Save his Presidency

Temer filed a petition with the Supreme Federal Tribunal, the country's highest court.
New Zealand Space Launch

New Zealand Space Launch Has Nation Reaching for the Stars

Politicians are rushing through new space laws and the government has set up a boutique space agency, which employs 10 people.
Anti-Maduro Protests Persist in Venezuela

Anti-Maduro Protests Persist in Venezuela, Teenager Dies in Unrest

On Monday, thousands massed from 7 a.m. (1100 GMT) on highways in Caracas and elsewhere. Maduro accuses demonstrators them of seeking a violent coup.
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Pope Says He Will Be ‘Sincere’ with Trump at Vatican Meeting

Pope Francis said on Saturday he would be "sincere" with U.S. President Trump over their sharp differences on subjects such as immigration and climate change.
Venezuela Protests Rage, Jailed Lopez Supporters Stage Vigil

Venezuela Protests Rage, Jailed Lopez Supporters Stage Vigil

President Nicolas Maduro's government faces a wave of major opposition protests since last month.
Clashes in Venezuela as Maduro Starts Constitutional Rewrite

Clashes in Venezuela as Maduro Starts Constitutional Rewrite

Maduro told supporters dressed in red outside the National Electoral Council that the constitutional assembly was needed to instill peace against a violent opposition.
Pope Urged Egypt's Imams to Teach and Preach Tolerance, Peace

Pope Urged Egypt’s Imams to Teach and Preach Tolerance, Peace

He delivered a message of peace and tolerance ahead of his delicate visit to the Arab world's most populous country following a spate of deadly Islamic militant attacks against Christians..
Venezuela Opposition Leader Denounces 'Savage Repression'

Venezuela Opposition Leader Denounces ‘Savage Repression’

Mr Capriles attended a tribute to a student killed during this week's protests, asked for elections.
Cuba's Future Looks Uncertain in Venezuela Crisis

Cuba Weathers Storm in Venezuela, Future Looks Uncertain

A much-feared return to Cuba's post-Soviet "Special Period" of food shortages and blackouts has yet to materialize.
Venezuela's President Maduro Calls for Talks with Opposition

Venezuela’s President Maduro Calls for Talks with Opposition

Speaking during his Sunday TV programe, Mr Maduro endorsed the idea of elections for mayors and state governors but did not mention a vote at presidential level.
Global finance leaders grapple with globalization fears

Global Finance Leaders Grapple with Globalization Fears

The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank urged nations to avoid "inward-looking policies.
U.S. troops still battling Islamic State near site of Afghan bomb strike

U.S. Troops Still Battling Islamic State near Site of Afghan Bomb Strike

Residents in Achin district say that they knew of no civilians still living voluntarily in the areas near the Islamic State stronghold.
Gunman Was 'Focus of Anti-Terror' Probe

Paris Shooting: Gunman Was ‘Focus of Anti-Terror’ Probe

Terrified eyewitness recount scenes of panic as they ran for cover. What is known about the attacker?
U.N. Condemns North Korea Missile Launch

U.N. Condemns North Korea Missile Launch, Russia, U.S. Spar Over Words

The 15-member Security Council traditionally condemns all launches by Pyongyang. Such statements are agreed by consensus.
Venezuela Opposition Plans More Protests

Seeking to Keep up Pressure, Venezuela Opposition Plans More Protests

Thousands of people waving Venezuelan flags and shouting "No more dictatorship" took to the streets in the capital and across the oil-rich nation.
General Motors Shutters Operations in Venezuela

General Motors Shutters Operations in Venezuela, Authorities Seized its Factory

The plant in the industrial city of Valencia was confiscated Wednesday as anti-government protesters clashed with security forces and pro-government groups.
Three Killed at Anti-Government Protests in Venezuela

Three Killed at Anti-Government Protests in Venezuela

Tens of thousands of people rallied to demand new presidential elections and the release of jailed opposition politicians. Mr Maduro accused the opposition of attacking police.
Pence Visits Korean Demilitarized Zone

Pence Visits Korean Demilitarized Zone, Has Tough Words to North Korea

US Vice-President Mike Pence has said his country's "era of strategic patience" with North Korea is over. Mr Pence first made the remarks at the...
Turkey's President Erdogan: A popular and polarizing figure

Turkey’s President Erdogan: A popular and polarizing figure

Erdogan has served as prime minister and then president. He's one of the most radical political people in Turkey.
36 Islamic State Militants Dead by Giant GBU-43B Bomb

90 Islamic State Militants Dead by Giant GBU-43B Bomb

Commonly known as the Mother of All Bombs. It was dropped in Afghanistan to destroy tunnels and caves used by Islamic State militants.
Putin meets Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as tensions rise over Syria

Putin Met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as Tension Rise over Syria

Fiercely feuding over Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin met the top American diplomat in Moscow on Wednesday to see if they could rescue relations...
U.S. Tries to Line up West, Mideast against Assad

U.S. Tries to Line up West, Mideast against Assad

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson carried a unified message from world powers to Moscow, denouncing Russian support for Syria.
Church Bombing North of Cairo on Palm Sunday

Church Bombing North of Cairo Kills 43, Wounds Dozens on Palm Sunday

The attack in the Nile Delta town of Tanta was the latest in a series of assaults on Egypt's Christian minority.
US Deploys Navy Strike Group to Korean Peninsula

US Deploys Navy Strike Group to Korean Peninsula

The Carl Vinson Strike Group comprises an aircraft carrier and other warships and it is a prudent measure to maintain readiness in the region.
Warplane Strike Syrian Town Hit by Chemical Attack

Warplane Strike Syrian Town Hit by Chemical Attack

Warplanes on Saturday struck the Syrian town where a chemical attack had killed scores of people earlier in the week.
truck drives into crowd in Swedish capital

Truck Drives into Crowd in Swedish Capital, Everything Points to an Act of Terrorism

Breaking News: Swedish state radio reported at least 3 people had died as a Truck Drives into Crowd in Swedish Capital. Incident is being treated as terrorism.
Reactions to the Strike on 'Chemical Weapons' Base

Syria war: Reactions to the Strike on ‘Chemical Weapons’ Base

Russia reacted angrily after the US launched a missile strike on Syrian government air base.
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US Blasts Syria with Cruise Missiles

The strikes hit the government-controlled Shayrat air base in central Syria. About 60 U.S. Tomahawk missiles fired.
Pressure Builds on Syria's Assad After Chemical Attack

Pressure Builds on Syria’s Assad After Chemical Attack

Turkey said samples from victims of Tuesday's attack indicate they were exposed to sarin, a highly toxic nerve agent.
Mounting Confidence Nerve Gas Was Used in Syria Attack

Mounting Confidence Nerve Gas Was Used in Syria Attack

Bashar Assad's government responsible for a chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people.
Rescuers Digging for Colombia Flood Victims, at Least 210 Dead

Rescuers Digging for Colombia Flood Victims, at Least 210 Dead

Several rivers burst their banks near the southwestern city of Mocoa in the early hours of Saturday, sending water, mud and debris crashing down streets and into houses as people slept.
Britain Files for Brexit from the European Unionvideo

It’s Over: Britain Files for Divorce from the European Union

Britain's top envoy to the EU, Tim Barrow, hand-delivered a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk formally triggering a two-year countdown to the final split.
London Attack: What We Know So Far

London Attack: What We Know So Far

Five people were killed and 40 injured after being run over and stabbed in an attack at the gates of British democracy attributed by police to “Islamist-related terrorism”.
Germany Rejects Trump's Claim it Owes NATO and U.S. 'Vast Sums' for Defense

Germany Rejects Trump’s Claim it Owes NATO and U.S. ‘Vast Sums’ for Defense

She said everyone wanted the burden to be shared fairly and for that to happen it was necessary to have a "modern security concept"
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Parliamentary Election Victory

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Claims Win Over ‘Kind of Populism’

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has claimed Parliamentary Election Victory on Wednesday over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders. Kind of Populism fails in Netherlands.
Turkey Formally Protests Minister's Treatment in Netherlands

Turkey Formally Protests Minister’s Treatment in Netherlands

Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned a Dutch diplomat to formally protest the treatment of a Turkish minister in the Netherlands over the weekend
Mexico Opens Legal Aid Centres to Fight US Deportations

Mexico Opens Legal Aid Centres to Fight US Deportations

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said that migrant defense centres would not "promote illegality".
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Cuba Could Have a Non-Castro President, First Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel

If all goes as expected, in exactly one year President Raul Castro will hand responsibility for Cuba's faltering economy and politics to a 57-year-old Communist Party official, Miguel Diaz-Canel.
France's Hollande Fires Back at Trump over Paris Comments

France’s Hollande Fires Back at Trump over Paris Comments

Hollande said Trump should show support for U.S. allies after he made his "Paris is no longer Paris" comments during a recent speech.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly: No Use of Military for Deportations

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly: No Use of Military for Deportations

Kelly, speaking in Mexico's capital, said all deportations will comply with human rights requirements and the U.S. legal system.
Ecuador Election: Exit Polls Put Ruling Party Candidate Lenin Moreno in Lead

Ecuador Election: Exit Polls Put Ruling Party Candidate Lenin Moreno in Lead

Left-wing incumbent Rafael Correa is standing down after leading the country for a decade.
US 'Unwavering' in Support for Nato Allies, Says Pence

US ‘Unwavering’ in Support for Nato Allies, Says Pence

The Munich Security Conference was the first major foreign policy address for the Trump administration and Pence said the US would "stand with Europe today and every day"
Trump's Team in Disarray, U.S. Senator McCain Tells Europe

Trump’s Team in Disarray, U.S. Senator McCain Tells Europe

Republican Senator John McCain broke with the reassuring message that U.S. officials visiting Germany have sought to convey
Canada's Trudeau Calls for Wider Social Benefit from Economy

Canada’s Trudeau Calls for Wider Social Benefit from Economy

Economic policy should be more concentrated on helping the middle classes and those striving to join it, Trudeau said.
The Zuckerberg Manifesto: How Mark Zuckerberg Plans to Debug the World

The Zuckerberg Manifesto: How Mark Zuckerberg Plans to Debug the World

His 5,800-word essay positions Facebook in direct opposition to a rising tide of isolationism and fear of outsiders, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Trump Urges Israeli Premier to Hold Off on Settlements

Trump Urges Israeli Premier to Hold Off on Settlements

It is Netanyahu's first trip to Washington since Trump became president. Trump also said Wednesday he'd like to see the embassy moved but that he is studying the issue closely.
Russian Cloud Over Trump Not Likely to Fade with Flynn's Exit - Trump Unaware of Flynn's Foreign Agent Work

Russian Cloud Over Trump Not Likely to Fade with Flynn’s Exit

Trump's own ties to Russia have been questioned in light of his friendly posture toward the long-time U.S. adversary and reluctance to criticize President Vladimir Putin.
Trump Expects Only 'Tweaking' of Trade Relationship with Canadavideo

Trump Expects Only ‘Tweaking’ of Trade Relationship with Canada

Trump said the United States and Canada were stronger when they joined forces in matters of international commerce.
US-Japan Ties Are 'Cornerstone of Peace'

Trump Tells Abe: US-Japan Ties Are ‘Cornerstone of Peace’

Trump told Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, US is committed to "the security of Japan". Mr Abe also stressed on the importance of strengthening economic and trade relations.
Mexico Warns Citizens in US after Woman Deportedvideo

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos Case: Mexico Warns Citizens in US after Woman Deported

After Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was deported to Mexico, her case illustrates "the new reality" immigrant are facing in the United States.
Trump Reaffirmed 'One China Policy' in Call with China's Xi

Trump Reaffirmed ‘One China Policy’ in Call with China’s Xi

Thursday evening President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone and Trump reaffirmed America's long-standing 'one China policy'.
Dual Somali-US Citizen Elected President in Historic Vote

Dual Somali-US Citizen Elected President in Historic Vote

Fears of attacks by the Islamic extremist al-Shabab dogged the historic vote, which was limited to lawmakers instead of the population at large.
Obamas to Get Freedom of the City of Dublin

Obamas to Get Freedom of the City of Dublin

Former US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle last visited the Republic of Ireland in 2011. A meeting will be held with US Embassy officials within days
ECB Sees Seeds of Next Crisis in Trump Deregulation Plan

ECB Sees Seeds of Next Crisis in Trump Deregulation Plan

The European Central Bank rejected U.S. accusations of currency manipulation and that this could sow the seeds of the next financial crisis.
Israel Passes Law legalizing Thousands of Settlement Homes

Israel Passes Law legalizing Thousands of Settlement Homes

Israel's parliament on Monday passed a contentious law meant to retroactively legalize thousands of West Bank settlement homes built unlawfully on private Palestinian land
Sweden's deputy PM trolling Donald Trump in Facebook photo

Sweden’s Deputy PM Trolling Donald Trump in Facebook Photo

Isabella Lovin, who is also the country's climate minister, published a photo that shows her signing a new law surrounded by female colleagues.
Trump's Telephone Un-Diplomacy

Analysis: Trump’s Telephone Un-Diplomacy

His brash, impolite, bold, and bullying attributes made him a must-see television star on The Apprentice. But the U.S. presidency is not a reality show.
US Condemns Russia's Aggressive Actions in Eastern Ukraine

US Condemns Russia’s Aggressive Actions in Eastern Ukraine

Haley made clear the Trump administration's strong support for Ukraine, despite the president's overtures to Russia.
In Avocado Country, Mexicans not Afraid of Trump Tariff Threats

In Avocado Country, Mexicans not Afraid of Trump Tariff Threats

Mexican imports of avocados to the United States were fully opened up 10 years ago, just as reports about health benefits pushed the fruit's popularity to unimagined highs.
U.S. Warns North Korea of 'Overwhelming' Response if Nuclear Arms Used

U.S. Warns North Korea of ‘Overwhelming’ Response if Nuclear Arms Used

Mattis' remarks come amid concern that North Korea could be readying to test a new ballistic missile, in what could be an early challenge for Trump's administration.
Student Alexandre Bissonnette Charged

Quebec Mosque Attack: Student Alexandre Bissonnette Charged

The 27-year-old briefly appeared in a Quebec City court over Sunday evening's attack, during evening prayers at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre.
Yemen Crisis: Who is Fighting Whom?

Yemen Crisis: Who is Fighting Whom?

More than 6,800 people have been killed and 35,000 injured since March 2015. How did the war start? What's happened since then?
Canada's Justin Trudeau Takes a Stand on US Refugee Ban

Canada’s Justin Trudeau Takes a Stand on US Refugee Ban

Mr Trudeau underscored his government's commitment to bringing in "those fleeing persecution, terror & war". "Welcome to Canada" also became a trending term in the country, and shared more than 150,000 times.
Trump Orders Strict New Refugee Screeningvideo

Trump Orders Strict New Refugee Screening

In New Executive Order, Trump Orders Strict New Refugee Screening. Trump Indefinitely Blocked all those Fleeing Syria to Develop a Stricter Vetting System.
UK and US Committed to Natovideo

Theresa May Visit: UK and US Committed to Nato

Theresa May Visit: UK and US Committed to Nato. Mrs May confirmed Mr Trump was "100% behind Nato" despite the president's recent comments about NATO.
British PM May Praises Trump, But Has Strong Words Too

British PM May Praises Trump, But Has Strong Words Too

Theresa May emphasized the importance of the relationship between the UK, US. She had some serious messages for the new administration on their roles in the modern world
Corruption Worsens Under Populist Leaders

Watchdog Group: Corruption Worsens Under Populist Leaders

The may only be feeding the problem, an anti-corruption watchdog group warned Wednesday.
Trump Boosts Keystone XL, Dakota Pipelines

Trump Boosts Keystone XL, Dakota Pipelines

President Donald Trump moved swiftly Tuesday to advance the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines which Obama had personally halted.
Push to Save Pacific Rim Trade After US Exits TTP

Push to Save Pacific Rim Trade After US Exits TTP

President Trump's move was a massive blow to the 12-nation agreement, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull acknowledged
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Gambia’s Ex-Leader Made Off with Millions, Luxury Cars

Gambia's Ex-Leader Made Off with Millions, Luxury Cars. Underscoring the challenges facing ahead, Fatty confirmed Jammeh made off with more than $11.4.
Turkish Assembly Passes Polemic Bill To Boost Erdogan Powers

Turkish Assembly Passes Polemic Bill To Boost Erdogan Powers

Turkish Assembly Passes Polemic Bill To Boost Erdogan Powers. The decision marks a victory for Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a polarizing but overall popular figure
El Chapo is Hauled Off to a Jail that Has Held Terrorists

El Chapo is Hauled Off to a Jail that Has Held Terrorists

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman had become something of a folk hero for two brazen prison escapes. El Chapo is Hauled Off to a Jail that Has Held Terrorists.
Champagne Corks Pop in Moscow at Trump's Inauguration

Champagne Corks Pop in Moscow at Trump’s Inauguration

An Hour before Trump Took the Stage in Washington, Champagne Corks Pop in Moscow at Trump's Inauguration. "Yes, it's a Holiday," said a Beaming Dmitry Rode.
The World Reacts to Tump's 'America First' Inaugural Speech

The World Reacts to Tump’s ‘America First’ Inaugural Speech

#Breaking: The World Reacts to Tump's 'America First' Inaugural Speech on January 20, promised to stir a "new national pride" and protect America.
Cubans Look to Future with Hopes and Doubtsvideo

Cubans Look to Future with Hopes and Doubts

What Fidel Castro's death could mean for investors? What Has Died in Cuba with Fidel Castro's Death? Now Cubans Look to Future with Hopes and Doubts.
After Castro Death, Trump Says Hopes for Cuban 'Freedom'

After Castro Death, Trump Says Hopes for Cuban ‘Freedom’

After Castro Death, Trump Says Hopes for Cuban Freedom. What Will Trump Do? Pressure from Republicans in Regards to Cuba After Fidel Castro Death.
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro Dead at 90video

Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Dies Aged 90

Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Dies Aged 90. Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has died on November 26, Cuban state media reported.
Mexican Army Involved in Students Disappearance Two Years Ago, Author Says

Mexican Army Involved in Students Disappearance Two Years Ago, Author Says

Mexican Army Involved in Students Disappearance Two Years Ago, Author Says. Anabel Hernandez leveled the allegation in her soon to be published book.
Booby Traps and Toxic Smoke: Capping Oil Wells in Iraq

Booby Traps & Toxic Smoke: Capping Oil Wells in Iraq

Booby Traps and Toxic Smoke: Capping Oil Wells in Iraq. New Job: to extinguish and cap another oil well that Islamic State militants set ablaze in Iraq.
China Says it Will Promote Trade Deals Regardless of TPP, RCEP Direction

China Says it Will Promote Trade Deals Regardless of TPP, RCEP Direction

China says it will promote trade deals regardless of TPP, RCEP direction. TPP would open the door to China to promote its own trade agreements.
Under siege in Mosul, Islamic State turns to executions and paranoia

Under Siege in Mosul, Islamic State Turns to Executions and Paranoia

A few weeks ago, a person inside Mosul began to send text messages to Iraqi military intelligence in Baghdad. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of...
2016 the Deadliest Year for Migrants Crossing the Mediterranean

2016 the Deadliest Year for Migrants Crossing the Mediterranean

Mediterranean migrants death toll soars and 2016 is the deadliest year yet, three times more deadly than 2015 according to the United Nations and the UNHCR

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