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At NATO summit, Trump to stress US allies’ defense spending

President Donald Trump plans to attend a meeting of NATO leaders next month in London, where he will try to convince U.S. allies that they should…

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The Latest: Iraq: 2 more protesters killed in Baghdad

Iraqi security and medical officials say two protesters have been killed and at least 25 others wounded in ongoing confrontations with security forces in a central…

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Netflix says it will amend ‘The Devil Next Door’ series, following Polish prime minister’s complaint

Last weekend, the Polish leader sent an official complaint to Netflix over a map that he said “places several German Nazi concentration camps within modern-day Poland’s…

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Iraqi officials say police are firing tear gas, live ammunition to disperse protesters in central Baghdad; 2 killed

Iraqi officials say police are firing tear gas, live ammunition to disperse protesters in central Baghdad; 2 killed

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Congo’s president hopes Ebola outbreak will end this year

Congo’s president hopes deadly Ebola outbreak will end in the coming weeks

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Cuba grants unprecedented access to presidential tour

More than 18 months after Miguel D�az-Canel assumed the presidency of Cuba, he’s given foreign journalists unprecedented access to what has become a signature activity of…

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American IS repatriated from Turkish-Greek border

Turkey’s interior minister says an American Islamic State group suspect who was stranded in a no man’s land between Greece and Turkey, has been deported to…

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Turkey says American IS suspect struck at border with Greece has been deported to US

Turkey says American IS suspect struck at border with Greece has been deported to US

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Taliban say prisoner swap promised by Kabul fails to happen

A Taliban spokesman says three Taliban prisoners who were to be freed in exchange for an American and an Australian national, both kidnapped in 2016, are…

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Chileans agree to replace dictatorship-era constitution

Chile’s most important political parties have agreed to call for a new constitution to replace one impose by a military dictatorship almost 40 years ago

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AP Photos: Hong Kong protesters resort to medieval weapons

AP Photos: Protesters who barricaded themselves inside Hong Kong’s universities have tried to turn the campuses into armed camps, resorting to medieval weapons to stop police…

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The Latest: Lithuania, Russia carry out spy swap

Lithuania’s spy chief, Darius Jauniskis, says the two Lithuanian men convicted of spying in Russia “have been reunited with their families” after they were released as…

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In British elections, Labour promises free, super-fast broadband for entire country

The pitch ahead of next month’s elections could be attractive to households that currently pay on average $38 a month for good but not great Internet.

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Lithuania’s spy chief says Russia has released two Lithuanian men convicted of spying; Norwegian will also be released

Lithuania’s spy chief says Russia has released two Lithuanian men convicted of spying; Norwegian will also be released

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Fuel rations, price hike hit Iranians amid plunging economy

Many Iranians are angry after authorities abruptly raised fuel prices by up to 50% and imposed rationing without any prior warnings to the public

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Egypt: French traveler arrested for packing illegal pills

Cairo airport authorities say they have arrested a French passenger, who was allegedly carrying hundreds of pills of banned drugs in his luggage

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Slovak man convicted, sentenced after explosives found

A court in the Czech Republic has convicted a Slovak national of public endangerment and promoting terrorism and sentenced him to six-and-a-half years in prison

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Chinese Internet users are fascinated by a mysterious Web browser promising legal access to banned sites. They’re also very skeptical.

After the launch this week of the Kuniao browser, China’s tech-savvy circles have been lit up with a mix of curiosity and suspicion. But mostly suspicion.

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Free broadband? UK Labour Party promises nationalization

The British Labour Party is expanding its plan for public ownership of big industries

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Belarus holds vote, ignores blatant ballot box stuffing

Belarus is holding a parliamentary election this weekend but with top opposition candidates kept off the ballot, only loyalists to the nation’s authoritarian president will win

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Mongolians protest as economic ills grip country

Mongolian political fringe groups have protested in the capital, Ulaanbaatar, to demand the dissolution of parliament as economic woes grip the country

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Sweden rejects Chinese criticism of press freedom prize

Sweden’s culture minister has rejected criticism by the Chinese ambassador of her participation in the awarding of a press freedom prize to a publisher detained in…

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Vietnam court convicts music teacher of anti-state actions

A Vietnamese court has sentenced a music teacher to 11 years in jail for what it says were “anti-state” Facebook posts

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Rights group: Bosnian migrant camp “dangerous and inhumane”

A prominent human rights group is warning that migrants trying to reach Western Europe are living in “dangerously cold and harsh conditions” in Bosnia where tensions…

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German parliament approves carbon pricing, air ticket hike

Germany’s parliament has approved a bill to introduce a price for carbon emissions in the transport and heating sectors as part of a broader package of…

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French police ratchet up evidence search in Epstein probe

French police are launching a fresh appeal for witnesses and victims to come forward to aid their probe of Jeffrey Epstein and allegations that one of…

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‘Historic’ 1st visa-free trip by Pole to US mocked as stunt

Polish state TV faces criticism for its coverage of what it called the ‘emotional’ and ‘historic’ first visit by a Pole to the US after tourist…

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Polish archbishop banned for abuse of clerics dies at 84

Juliusz Paetz, the former Roman Catholic archbishop of Poznan in Poland who was banned from active service after allegations he sexually abused young priests and clerics,…

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South African police disperse refugees protesting attacks

South African police disperse refugees protesting recent anti-immigrant attacks

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American IS suspect awaits repatriation from Turkey

Turkey’s state-run media says an American man suspected of being an Islamic State group member remains in no man’s land on the border between Turkey and…

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Mozambique’s top court rejects opposition vote challenge

Mozambique’s top court rejects opposition vote challenge amid claims of irregularities

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Man killed by falling tree as heavy snows dump on France

A dump of heavy snow in southern France has brought down power lines and trees, killing one person, and caused widespread traffic disruption

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The Latest: BT shares drop over Labour free broadband plan

Shares in BT have dropped after Britain’s main opposition party announced plans to nationalize part of the telecommunications company and provide free broadband internet if it…

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The Latest: Protesters leaving Hong Kong university campus

Protesters who had barricaded themselves in a Hong Kong university this week have begun to leave

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Turkey detains 4 elected mayors on terror charges

Turkey’s state-run news agency says police have detained four mayors over their suspected links to Kurdish rebels, as part of an ongoing crackdown on the country’s…

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Prominent artists condemn Labour anti-Semitism

Twenty-four prominent writers and entertainers, including John LeCarre and Simon Callow, have written a letter saying they won’t vote for Labour Party candidates in next month’s…

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Syria’s Assad says ‘resistance’ will force US troops out

Syria’s Assad says American presence in Syria will lead to ‘resistance’ that will eventually force US troops to leave

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Japan, SKorean business groups discuss ways to cool tensions

Business leaders from Japan and South Korea have met in Tokyo seeking ways to cope with a flare up in tensions between the two U.S. allies

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Iraqi officials: 1 protester killed in renewed clashes

Iraqi officials say protester killed, over 40 wounded in renewed clashes overnight in central Baghdad

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Lithuania takes a step toward spy swap with Russia

Lithuania’s president has pardoned two Russians convicted of spying, a move seen as a step toward a spy swap with neighboring Russia that could include a…

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Workers strike at South Africa’s state-owned airline

Strike begins at South Africa’s state-owned airline as workers fear nearly 1,000 job cuts

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U.S. ‘flexible’ on military exercises with South Korea as North demands cancellation

Pyongyang has threatened “shocking punishment” if the allies’ joint maneuvers go ahead.

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Trump’s perplexing insistence on ‘keeping’ Middle Eastern oil

Trump’s thirst for Middle Eastern oil may be illegal. But he keeps invoking it anyway.

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Esper says S Korea wealthy enough to pay more for US troops

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says South Korea is wealthy enough to pay a bigger share of the cost of having U.S. troops on its soil

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Toll rises in Australian wildfires with more danger ahead

The death toll for wildfires raging across Australia’s most populous state has risen to four as authorities warn of worsening conditions to come

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Venezuela’s Guaidó urges nation to back into the streets

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is calling people across the crisis-torn nation to flood the streets for protests nearly a year since launching an urgent campaign…

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Health dangers emerge at growing migrant camp on US border

A humanitarian crisis is worsening each day at a refugee camp just a short walk from the U.S.-Mexico border

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The Latest: UN sends envoy to help with Bolivia crisis

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is sending a personal envoy to Bolivia to support efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Andean nation’s political crisis

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Venice is underwater. Other major European cities could be next.

Northwestern Europe has already experienced worsening floods since 1960. That trend is likely to continue.

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Strong quake hits Indonesia sea; local tsunami risk reported

A strong earthquake has hit off the Indonesian coast in the Molucca Sea, creating risk of tsunami risk in nearby areas

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Bolivia’s interim leader says Evo Morales cannot run in new elections

Bolivia’s interim leader says Evo Morales cannot run in new elections

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The Latest: EU launches action against UK over commissioner

The European Union has launched legal action against the United Kingdom following the country’s decision not to name a candidate for the bloc’s executive arm

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Pakistani officials: 2 Islamic State members arrested

Pakistani security officials say they have arrested two suspected members of the Islamic State group in a raid on their hideout in the eastern Punjab province

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Key facts on Sri Lanka as it prepares to elect new president

Key facts on Sri Lanka as it prepares to elect new president

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AP source: 2nd US official heard Trump call with Sondland

A second U.S. embassy staffer in Kyiv overheard a key cellphone call between President Donald Trump and his ambassador to the European Union discussing the need…

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AP source: 2nd US embassy official overheard President Trump’s call with Sondland about need for Ukraine investigations

AP source: 2nd US embassy official overheard President Trump’s call with Sondland about need for Ukraine investigations

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Sri Lankans seek security in post-Easter attack election

Worries about Islamic extremism are paramount for many Sri Lankan voters while others hope to block former leaders accused of human rights violations from returning to…

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Delhi is engulfed by toxic pollution. Why isn’t anyone wearing masks?

The Delhi government is distributing 5 million pollution masks to try to change behavior.

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Scottish court frees wanted Catalan ex-politician on bail

Scottish court frees wanted Catalan ex-politician on bail

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Protest flares after Georgian election reform measure fails

Hundreds of demonstrators have gathered outside the parliament building in the country of Georgia to protest the legislature’s failure to pass an elections-reform measure promised by…

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New acting DHS head takes over; hard-liner named as deputy

The latest official to lead the Department of Homeland Security has been sworn in, and acting Secretary Chad Wolf is fifth person to head the agency…

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Amid Trump impeachment drama, Ukrainians ponder a Putin meeting

“The worst thing we can do is become a bargaining chip,” Ukraine’s foreign minister said of the impeachment hearings. “Unfortunately, we are such a chip now.”

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Australia’s Qantas operates 19 ½ hour London-Sydney flight

Australia’s Qantas operates 19 ½ hour London-Sydney flight

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US presses European countries to take Islamic State fighters

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is pressing European members of the multi-national coalition to fight the Islamic State to take and prosecute citizens of their countries…

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State Department inspector general slams smear campaign against employee

A new report says senior State Department officials early in the Trump administration grew suspicious of a career staffer after an article in a conservative publication…

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American teacher found dead in the Dominican Republic

Patricia Anton, 63, had lived in Puerto Plata for more than 15 years.

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BRICS back Paris agreement, oppose Syria military solution

Members of the BRICS group of nations say in a statement that they are committed to implementing the Paris climate agreement and says there cannot be…

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Syrian troops begin deploying along border with Turkey

Syrian state media is reporting that government forces have started deploying in areas close to the Turkish border in the country’s northeast

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Holed up in university, Hong Kong protesters issue demands

Protesters holed up in a Hong Kong university have partially cleared a road they were blocking and demanded the government commit to holding local elections on…

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A government chased from its capital, a president forced into exile: A storm of protest rages in South America.

Some call it a Latin Spring, but demonstrators are rising up against a range of governments, for a variety of reasons. Here’s what they have in…

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Bulgaria panel elects top prosecutor despite veto, protests

Bulgaria’s supreme judicial panel has voted to override a presidential veto of the election of the new chief prosecutor, despite criticism from the public

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AP Interview: Evo Morales wants UN mediation in Bolivia

AP Interview: Bolivia ex-president Evo Morales wants UN mediation, perhaps with Pope Francis

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The Latest: Turkey deports 7 German, 1 British IS suspects

Turkish officials say Turkey has deported seven German and one British Islamic State suspects to their home countries

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AP Interview: Evo Morales calls on United Nations, possibly Pope Francis, to mediate Bolivia’s political crisis

AP Interview: Evo Morales calls on United Nations, possibly Pope Francis, to mediate Bolivia’s political crisis

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North Korea calls Biden a ‘rabid dog’ who deserves to be beaten to death

The volley of insults came after Biden called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a “murderous dictator.”

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Iran’s top leader grants mass jail pardon on Islamic holiday

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has pardoned thousands of prisoners including 32 activists and others being held on ‘security’ charges

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Automaker Daimler to save $1.54B by cutting manager posts

German automaker Daimler says it plans to slash costs by 1.4 billion euros ($1.54 billion) by cutting every tenth managerial position and other austerity measures

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Turkey deports 7 German and 1 British IS suspects back to home countries

Turkey deports 7 German and 1 British IS suspects back to home countries

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Cuban president visits town near US military base

Cuban President Miguel D�az-Canel is making his first trip to the town of Caimanera, the closest point in Cuba to the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo…

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What’s happening in Hong Kong? Some key questions, answered.

As Hong Kong’s protests against China’s influence continue, here’s an explanation of how it got to this point.

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UN envoy: As Venezuela exodus drags on many won’t go back

A special United Nations envoy says the Venezuela migration crisis has now entered a new stage in which many of those who have fled are increasingly…

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Turkey to repatriate U.S. citizen accused of belonging to Islamic State

The man, whom Turkish media have identified as a 39-year-old American of Jordanian origin, has been stuck at the Greek-Turkish border since Monday.

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International court judges authorize Rohingya investigation

International Criminal Court judges have approved a request from prosecutors to open an investigation into crimes committed against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority

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International Criminal Court judges authorize probe into crimes against Myanmar’s Rohingya minority

International Criminal Court judges authorize probe into crimes against Myanmar’s Rohingya minority

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Intercepted calls show deep Russian involvement with Ukraine rebels at time of airline shoot down

Prosecutors released recordings showing close cooperation between rebels and Russia during time of MH-17 destruction.

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Erdogan says Turkey won’t dispose of Russian S-400s

Turkey’s president says his country would be willing to purchase U.S.-made Patriot defense systems but will not dispose of the Russian S-400 system

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Chileans blinded by police firing pellet guns in protests

230 Chileans blinded in protests as police fire pellet guns at faces

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Catalan poet Joan Margarit wins Spain’s Cervantes Prize

The Spanish government says Catalan poet Joan Margarit has won the 2019 Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world’s highest literary honor

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Moldova’s parliament votes to back technocrat-led government

Moldova’s parliament has voted to back a new, technocratic government led by a former finance minister and presidential adviser

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Report: Over 130 attacks on medical facilities in Yemen war

A database project says it has documented over 130 attacks on medical facilities in Yemen since April 2014 in apparent war crimes by all parties to…

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Strained French public hospital workers protest cost cuts

Thousands of exasperated nurses, doctors and other public hospital workers are marching through Paris to demand more staff and resources after years of cost cuts

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NKorea say US offered to resume nuclear talks in December

North Korea says the United States has proposed a resumption of stalled nuclear negotiations in December

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The Latest: European police break up migrant-smuggling ring

The European Union law enforcement agency says police across the continent have concluded a two-year investigation into a “massive” criminal network that was using trucks to…

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RNC to hold winter meetings at Trump National Doral

The Republican National Committee will hold its winter meetings at Trump National Doral, bringing business to the president’s property

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Rights group calls for lifting travel ban on activists

A human rights group accuses Egypt’s government of silencing rights advocates by continuing to bar them from travelling, while the UN is holding its periodic review…

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Cease-fire takes hold after two days of intense fighting between Israel and Gaza militants

Gaza’s ruling Hamas faction stayed quiet as Israel targeted rival Palestinian Islamic Jihad

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Santa Claus back at work in Germany answering Christmas mail

Santa Claus is at it again, answering thousands of Christmas letters from children around the world at a special post office in the northern German town…

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MH17 probe reveals close ties between Russia, Ukraine rebels

International investigators piecing together a criminal case in the July 2014 shooting down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine says that evidence suggests links between…

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Besieged on all sides, Gordon Sondland clings to power

Despite a growing list of contradictions in his testimony, an attorney for the embattled diplomat says he “has no intention of resigning.”

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Austrian army says soldier mauled to death by service dogs

The Austrian army says a 31-year-old soldier appears to have been killed by two service dogs he was tasked with feeding

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