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- US would go into any war with China with 'unparalleled viole
Demonstrators block an escalator at the international terminal as protests against President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries continue at San Francisco International Airport, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017.
If you thought Brexit caused political chaos, wait until California makes its own bid for freedom
- Eurogroup meeting faces rising discord over Greek debt negot
- Oxford University considering French campus amid research fu
- EU on collision course with China over rail plan
- Ice-locked ship to drift over North Pole
- Home Office set to review child refugee asylum claims in Fra
- 'Russian state bodies' attempted a coup in Montenegro, says
File - In this photo taken Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, Montenegro's Prime Minister and long-ruling Democratic Party of Socialists leader Milo Djukanovic, front, speaks in his headquarters while his deputy Dusko Markovic stands behind him, left, in Podgorica, Montenegro.
Russia 'plotted to kill Montenegro's PM and overthrow government to stop country joining Nato'
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- Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea
- Zakir Naik's NGO money trails lends ED to Pakistan, Dawood
- In Uttarakhand, Nitin Gadkari sees Davos-like city
- Malaysia summons North Korean ambassador, recalls envoy from
A Muslim man walks out of the forensic department for Friday prayers at the General Hospital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. Malaysian authorities announced two more arrests Thursday in the death of the North Korean leader's half brother, Kim Jong Nam
Kim Jong-nam killing: North Korean man arrested as second autopsy peformed
- Syria conflict: Rebels warns truce may collapse after attack
- Iraqi forces launch offensive on last IS stronghold in Mosul
- Iraqi forces must observe the rule of law in Mosul
- Iraqi forces launch new push against IS to retake western Mo
- The Trump team’s deal with Bahrain could ignore its human ri
- Israel's PM rejected secret US-pitched regional peace deal:
Iraqi army soldiers advance through rain towards Mosul, in the eastern Samah neighborhood, of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016.
Iraq announces offensive to retake western Mosul from IS militants
South America Africa
- At least 26 injured in Colombia bomb blast
- ACT Brumbies sign scrum half Dewet Roos to cover for the los
- Ruling party candidate leads in Ecuador’s presidential vote
- Ecuador's ruling party candidate declares victory in exit po
- Ruling party candidate leads in Ecuador's presidential vote
- Wallabies to host Argentina in Canberra on September 16
In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016, an Uber driverless car is displayed in a garage in San Francisco.
Brazil judge rules Uber drivers are employees, deserve benefits
- Benin sees China as leading foreign trade partner during fou
- US concerned over apparent DR Congo massacre
- Schoolboy confesses throwing block of wood at Donald Trump’s
- US ambassador gives 'Make Somalia Great Again' cap to the So
- Kurnool man shot dead in South Sudan
- Pope calls for quick accord to end DR Congo violence
A protestors holds a sign reading "Refugees Welcome" as firebrand anti-islam lawmaker Geert Wilders, center, greets well-wishers during an election campaign stop in Spijkenisse, near Rotterdam, Netherlands, Saturday Feb. 18, 2017.
Wilders says some Moroccans ‘scum’ at Dutch vote launch
Australia Caribbean
- 'Hypnotic' makeup and hermit crab adoption schemes: the weir
- Indigenous incarceration rates are not an intractable proble
- Indigenous incarceration: turning the tide on colonisation's
- WA election: Turnbull threatens funding delay if Perth Freig
- Australia's Trade Minister to embark on tourism mission to C
- Catholic church's child protection body would have broad sec
Lt. j. g. Sarah Heidt, anti-submarine warfare officer on board USS McCampbell (DDG 85), teaches Aboriginal students at their school how to give a high five.
Australia struggles to improve lives of indigenous population
- Orioles' Machado practices at shortstop for world classic
- Caribbean heatwave set to hit parts of Scotland
- The Latest: Trump plans calls to Panama, Trinidad and Tobago
- Vermont US Sen. Patrick Leahy heading to Cuba, Colombia
- Colleagues fear whitewash in murder of Dominican journalists
- Palm Beach confidential: inside Trump's super-rich south Flo
A South Korean soldier stands near the propaganda loudspeakers near the border area between South Korea and North Korea in Yeoncheon, South Korea, Friday, Jan. 8, 2016. South Korea retaliated for North Korea's nuclear test with broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rival's tense border Friday, believed to be the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Dominican Republic: Two radio journalist shot dead mid-broadcast
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