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Canada provides money to families after plane shot down

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday his government will give Canadian $25,000 ($19,122) to families of each of the 57 citizens and 29 permanent residents…

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Guatemala sends troops to fight gangs in 2 high-crime areas

Guatemala’s new president has announced a state of alert for two municipalities with high crime rates to combat gang activity

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Jordanians protest gas deal with Israel

Hundreds of Jordanians are demonstrating in Amman against a gas deal with Israel

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Australians love a home among gum trees. But can eucalyptus forests recover from the fires?

Scientists warn that ecological systems will struggle to bounce back from this season’s devastating blazes.

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South Koreans find a focus for their ire: A U.S. ambassador’s mustache

The facial hair has drawn comparison of the mustaches worn by Japanese colonial rulers.

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Pompeo breaks silence on alleged threats to envoy in Ukraine

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has broken three days of silence over the alleged surveillance and threats to the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

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The wild ride of East Africa’s favorite stimulant

It’s an unassuming little red-and-green leaf, but the powers unlocked by chewing it have hooked millions of people around the world, made it one of Kenya’s…

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Lesotho’s prime minister to retire amid political crisis

Lesotho’s prime minister has broken his silence on the southern African nation’s political crisis, saying he will soon retire

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Hezbollah warns of ‘chaos’ if Lebanon government delayed

A senior Hezbollah official has warned that Lebanon could fall into chaos and “complete collapse” unless a new government is formed quickly

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Brazil’s culture secretary paraphrases Nazi propaganda in speech, inciting fierce backlash

Bolsonaro’s appointed culture minister releasing a video late last night in which he quoted and paraphrased Joseph Goebbels in his remarks, inciting all sorts of controversy…

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11 U.S. troops were hurt in the Iranian missile strike, reversing assurances of no injuries

Officials previously said the attack, which flung some U.S. troops from towers with powerful blasts, did not cause injuries.

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Officials: Iraq’s top cleric discharged from hospital

Medical officials say Iran’s most revered Shiite cleric has been discharged from a hospital after undergoing a risky surgery for a fractured bone

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‘Days of God’: A look at Iran’s mounting crises

Iran’s supreme leader says his nation is living through “days of God

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Locust outbreak, most serious in 25 years, hits East Africa

The most serious outbreak of desert locusts in 25 years is spreading across East Africa and threatening food security in some of the world’s most vulnerable…

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Protests against citizenship law continue unabated in India

Hundreds of demonstrators have perched themselves on the steps of an iconic mosque in the Indian capital to protest against a new citizenship law that excludes…

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Zimbabwe gripped by drama of vice president’s nasty divorce

Black magic, drug addiction, attempted murder and wrestling over luxury cars and overseas properties

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Russia’s foreign minister slams ‘aggressive’ US policies

Russia’s foreign policy chief has blamed what he described as “aggressive” U.S. policies for growing global tensions

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In rare Friday sermon, Iran’s Khamenei says U.S. suffered blow to ‘superpower image’

The supreme leader spoke in Tehran, where he led Friday prayers for the first time in eight years.

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South Korea to decide fate of 1st transgender soldier

In the first such case in South Korea, military officials will determine next week whether to discharge a solider who recently undertook gender reassessment surgery

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Putin wanted Russian science to top the world. Then a huge academic scandal blew up.

At least 869 academic papers have been retracted for flaws that included plagiarism. More could come.

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Ukraine’s prime minister offers to resign after audio leak reveals his criticism of Zelensky

At closed-door meeting with Ukrainian ministers, Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk said President Volodymyr Zelensky “doesn’t understand how the economy works.”

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Bayern Munich fans accuse club of turning blind eye to Qatar

Bayern Munich fans fed up with the club’s longstanding links with Qatar organized a meeting to discuss the German soccer club’s lack of response to allegations…

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We’re in an age of climate disaster. Now what?

Study after study lays out the evidence for a planetary emergency. Slowly, global elites are getting their act together.

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Germany: ugly anti-Semitic remnant at center of court battle

A court in eastern Germany will consider next week a Jewish man’s bid to force the removal of an ugly remnant of centuries of anti-Semitism from…

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Ghosn lawyers rebut new Nissan claims against fugitive exec

The legal team of Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn has issued a statement refuting the latest allegations by the Japanese automaker against the fugitive executive

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Puerto Rico to open schools after 6.4 quake despite concerns

Puerto Rico’s government is opening public schools next week without knowing if they can withstand a big earthquake as concerns grow about weakened infrastructure that is…

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Panama man pulled 2 children from clutches of killer cult

Indigenous farmer Jose González recalled how his wife and five of his children were taken from their home by religious fanatics in the remote hamlet of…

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Now that Trump has a trade deal with China, some Europeans fear he will focus his trade threats on them

“I’m afraid that we’re going into a very difficult 2020,” a German economist said of U.S.-E.U. trade ties.

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When Xi met Suu Kyi: China embraces Myanmar as Western nations pull back

The Chinese leader’s visit to Myanmar, his first foreign trip of 2020, aims to send a signal that Beijing is back in the driver’s seat —…

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In France, an iconic restaurant loses its third Michelin star — pushing national strikes and Iran off the front page

The surprise demotion comes as a blow to haute cuisine, a symbol of national pride.

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Pakistani court hands down 55-year sentences to 86 Islamists

A Pakistani court has sentenced 86 members of a radical Islamist party to 55-year prison terms each for taking part in violent rallies in 2018 over…

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Officials, activists say 2 Iraqi protesters killed

Iraqi officials and activists say two protesters have been killed and dozens wounded in renewed violence in central Baghdad between anti-government demonstrators and Iraqi security forces

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Latest talks between Taliban and U.S. expected to last for days

Friday’s announcement comes after statements from Pakistani and Taliban officials that the insurgent group is prepared to reduce violence to reboot stalled negotiations.

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Travelers at 3 U.S. airports to be screened for new, potentially deadly Chinese virus

The new virus has sickened dozens in China, and two people have died. Cases have spread to Thailand and Japan. There are no known cases in…

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Iran and its allies still claim, without proof, that scores of U.S. troops were killed in missile strike

In the aftermath of the Jan. 8 attacks, multiple outlets linked to the Iranian government made unsubstantiated claims that 80 U.S. military personnel were killed.

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Haitian president says he wants to reform constitution

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse says he wants to use his new power to govern by executive order to reform the constitution and make the country easier…

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Eleven US troops flown to medical centers after Iran strike

The Pentagon’s chief spokesman says 11 U.S. troops were flown out of Iraq for evaluation of concussion-like symptoms in the days following an Iranian missile strike

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World’s biggest yearly human migration begins again in China

As the Lunar New Year approaches, Chinese travelers are flocking to train stations and airports to take part in a nationwide ritual: the world’s biggest annual…

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Mara the elephant to leave Argentina for Brazil sanctuary

Mara is an Asian elephant that will soon leave her obsolete enclosure in the former Buenos Aires zoo to be moved to a special sanctuary in…

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We live in an age of climate disaster. Now what?

Study after study lays out the evidence for a planetary emergency. Slowly, global elites are getting their act together.

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Gay inmates tie the knot inside Cyprus prison

Former heroin addict Kevork Tontian met the man he wanted to spend the rest of his life with behind bars

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European carmakers build out charging network for electrics

Europe’s major carmakers are building more places to charge electric cars along highways

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Guatemala: Ex-economy minister sought on graft charges

A Guatemalan former economy minister has been declared a fugitive from justice a day after he appeared in court to face corruption allegations

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Senate approves new USMCA trade deal with Canada and Mexico

In December, the House overwhelmingly voted in favor of the pact in a 385-41 vote after Democrats negotiated with the White House on several revisions.

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Australia raises with Iran imprisoned Australian academic

Australia’s foreign minister has raised with her Iranian counterpart the fate of an imprisoned Australian-British academic who has gone on  hunger strikes and urged the Australian…

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Iran’s top leader to lead Friday prayers at time of crisis

Iran’s supreme leader will deliver a Friday sermon in Tehran for the first time since 2012

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Bangladesh says once-submerged island ready for Rohingya

Bangladesh says it has finished building flood-protection embankments, houses, cyclone shelters, hospitals and schools on a once-swampy island in the Bay of Bengal to relocate about…

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China reports second death in coronavirus outbreak

Chinese health authorities say a second person has died from a new form of coronavirus in central China

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Heavy rains drench some Australia bush fire zones, helping firefighters contain raging blazes

The hit or miss nature of the thunderstorms means that some fire zones could miss out on the wet weather entirely.

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It’s a boy for 1st Japan Cabinet member on paternity leave

Japan’s environment minister has become father to a boy and is going ahead with his planned paternity leave — still a rarity in Japan where men…

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Japan convicts Australian who sought to see his children

An Australian journalist based in Japan says he is a victim of Japanese custody laws that allow only one parent access to children of broken marriages

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Former senior E.U. diplomat investigated over China spying claims

Police raided apartments and offices in Germany and Belgium, authorities said.

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Two Democratic senators will call on Trump to impose sanctions on Egyptian officials after jailed U.S. citizen dies

Mustafa Kassem died this week during a hunger strike after six years in an Egyptian prison.

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Report: Israeli home demolitions in east Jerusalem spiked

An Israeli advocacy group says that Israeli authorities demolished homes in Palestinian areas of east Jerusalem at a significantly higher rate in 2019 than the previous…

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Philippine volcano life-threatening despite `seeming lull’

A Philippine official says an erupting  volcano remains life-threatening despite weaker emissions of steam and ash and fewer tremors

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Prince Harry, now back at work, is part of a long tradition of ‘spare heirs’ frustrated with their roles

Harry had previously expressed doubt about his role as the back up heir.

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Nations of Iran crash victims press Tehran on investigation

Five nations that lost citizens when Iran shot down a Ukrainian airliner last week are meeting London to press Tehran to conduct a full and open…

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Bangladesh says once-submerged island ready for Rohingya

Bangladesh says it has completed construction of flood protection embankments, houses, cyclone shelters, hospitals and schools on a once-swampy island in the Bay of Bengal to…

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Ukraine opens probe into possible surveillance of U.S. Ambassador Yovanovitch

New documents disclosed by a Giuliani associate Lev Parnas include discussions about Marie Yovanovitch’s movements.

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Australia firefighters save world’s only rare dinosaur trees

Firefighters have saved the world’s last remaining wild stand of a prehistoric tree from Australia’s wildfires

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Guatemala: Ex-economy minister sought on graft charges

A Guatemalan former economy minister has been declared a fugitive from justice a day after he appeared in court to face corruption allegations

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Ukraine opens probe into possible surveillance of former U.S. ambassador Marie Yovanovitch

The announcement follows the disclosure of new documents showing Lev Parnas, an associate of President Trump’s personal attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani, discussing possible efforts to monitor…

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Turkey targets Kurdish rebels in Iraq, killing 4 Yazidis

Turkish airstrikes inside Iraq targeting members of an outlawed Kurdish rebel group have killed at least four minority Yazidi fighters allied with the rebels

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Rights group demands Israel rein in murky spyware company

An Israeli court is hearing a case calling for restrictions against an Israeli surveillance company whose software is said to have targeted journalists and dissidents around…

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Poland, Lithuania vow to resist Russian historical offensive

Poland and Lithuania say they will work together to defend themselves against official Russian efforts to minimize Soviet responsibility for the outbreak of World War II

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Lawsuit says Jeffrey Epstein trafficked and abused girls on his private island as recently as 2018

Airport personnel in the Virgin Islands reported seeing Epstein leaving his private plane with victims who looked as young as 11, the lawsuit claims.

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India asks China to avoid raising Kashmir dispute at U.N.

India wants China to avoid raising the Kashmir dispute at the United Nations, contending it’s a bilateral matter between India and Pakistan

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UN report lays out agonies faced by Syrian children amid war

A new report by U.N.-backed investigators into Syria’s war is for the first time focusing solely on the plight of the children caught up in the…

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Australia raises with Iran imprisoned Australian academic

Australia’s foreign minister has raised with her Iranian counterpart the fate of an imprisoned Australian-British academic after a report that the woman had urged the Australian…

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China welcomes US deal, says ‘core concerns’ must be met

China has welcomed an interim trade deal with Washington and said the two sides need to address each other’s “core concerns

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Taliban ready to ease up on violence in exchange for peace deal, says Pakistan

After months of stalled peace talks, U.S. and Taliban negotiators appear to be making progress.

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Yemen separatists, government troops pull back from key city

Yemeni separatists and forces loyal to the country’s U.N.-recognized government whose deadly infighting erupted last summer are pulling back from a key southern city

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Iraq’s top cleric to have surgery after accident at home

Iraq’s most revered Shiite cleric will undergo a surgery for a fractured bone following an accident in his home

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US envoy surprised that NKorea didn’t give ‘Christmas gift’

The U.S. ambassador to South Korea says he was surprised and pleased that North Korea did not give the U.S. an unwelcome “Christmas gift” because of…

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Imam in Uganda is mocked for mistakenly marrying a man

A Ugandan imam who says he unknowingly married a man in a Muslim ceremony is being mocked in a case that gay rights activists say highlights…

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UN official warns Yemen could face brink of famine again

A senior U.N. humanitarian official is warning that war-battered Yemen could face the threat of famine again because of the rapid depreciation of its currency and…

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DHS seeks Pentagon funds for 270 miles of border wall

Defense officials say the Department of Homeland Security has asked the Pentagon to fund the construction of 270 miles of border wall this year as part…

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Iran’s supreme leader will lead Friday prayers for first time in eight years. In the past, he’s doubled down on hardline rhetoric.

The last time Khamenei spoke at prayers, Iran was facing down sanctions from the Obama administration.

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Taliban say they handed cease-fire offer to US peace envoy

The Taliban say they have given the U.S. envoy a document outlining their offer for a temporary cease-fire in Afghanistan that would last between seven and…

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Greece threatens to block Libya deal over sea border dispute

Greece’s prime minister says Athens will block any European peace deal on Libya unless an agreement between the internationally-recognized government in Tripoli and Turkey on maritime…

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German foreign minister flies to Libya to push peace effort

Germany’s foreign minister is flying to Libya to meet one of the country’s rival leaders, Gen. Khalifa Hifter, in a bid to push forward troubled efforts…

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Putin’s plans for post-presidency could see him wielding influence for life

How Vladi�mir Putin is laying the groundwork to keep his grip on Russia’s autocracy.

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Pompeo hits the road as impeachment trial gets underway

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is heading to Europe and then Latin America this weekend, leaving Washington ahead of the Senate trial of President Donald Trump…

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Bureaucracy to brutality: New evidence reveals IS hierarchy

A U.S.-based Syrian rights group says documents it has obtained show the expansive role played by a body within the Islamic State group responsible for most…

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US-Russia hold new strategic talks on arms control

The United States and Russia have held a new round of talks focused on arms control and reducing misunderstandings on critical security issues

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The divisive legacy of Iran’s royal family

Iran’s former crown prince is now an advocate of regime change from Washington, D.C.

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Lesotho leader soon to step down as murder probe continues

A government minister says the prime minister of Lesotho soon will retire, as investigations continue into the murder of his former wife

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3 African countries trying out 1st malaria vaccine in babies

Babies in three African nations are getting the first vaccine for malaria in an unusual pilot program

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Trump’s frustration with ‘orange’ lightbulbs echoes a common theme among the European far right

Long before Trump railed against them at rallies, Europe’s far right turned lightbulbs into a hotly debated political topic.

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Experts say Med Sea altered by Suez Canal’s invasive species

As Egypt marks the 150th anniversary of the Suez Canal’s opening, marine biologists are bemoaning one of the famed waterway’s lesser known legacies — the invasion…

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Australia firefighters save world’s only rare dinosaur trees

Specialist firefighters have saved the world’s last remaining wild stand of a prehistoric tree from wildfires that razed forests west of Sydney

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Patient in Japan confirmed as having new virus from China

Japan’s government says a man treated for pneumonia after returning from China has tested positive for the new coronavirus identified as a possible cause of an…

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The U.S. citizens detained abroad whom Trump couldn’t free

The White House hasn’t commented on the death of 54-year-old U.S. citizen Mustafa Kassem in an Egyptian prison.

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French unions continue strikes despite government’s compromise overture

Transport strikes are still causing disruptions after more than a month, although the worst appears to be over.

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A Japanese minister is taking paternity leave. That’s rare, but in most countries it isn’t even an option.

Rates of paternity leave remain startlingly low worldwide.

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Philippine volcano’s quakes, cracks send more people fleeing

A Philippine volcano is belching smaller plumes of ash but shuddering continuously with earthquakes and cracking roads nearby

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Thornier trade issues await after in initial US-China deal

The United States and China are set to take a step toward trade peace after 18 months of economic skirmishing

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Pro-Maduro forces attack opposition lawmakers as they attempt to enter Venezuela’s National Assembly

The violent confrontation, a week after Guaidó forced his way into the National Assembly, was in escalation in the year-long standoff between the Maduro government and…

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Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, could be called to testify against her in tabloid lawsuit

Legal documents filed this week show the Mail on Sunday is relying on evidence from Meghan’s estranged father in its defense.

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London pledges contribution to Auschwitz-Birkenau foundation

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged 300,000 pounds ($390,000) to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation in Poland

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