Matthew Hedges and his wife

British Scholar Imprisoned In United Arab Emirates Has Been Pardoned

British academic Matthew Hedges is one of 785 prisoners who received presidential pardons ahead of the country's National Day celebrations on Dec. 2.


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Mexico To Deport Migrants Who Tried To Illegally Cross US Border

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Taiwan President Resigns Party Leadership After Election Defeats

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Apparent Chemical Attack Injures Nearly 100 People In Syria

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Paris Protests Over Fuel Prices And President Turn Violent

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The EU Has Approved Brexit, But It's Far From A Done Deal

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Mexico Denies Reported Agreement With US Regarding Migrant Caravan

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UN Climate Change Report Cites Concerns Over Illegal CFC Manufacturing

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Tijuana Mayor Asks UN For Aid With 'Humanitarian Crisis' At Border

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UN Report Warns Greenhouse Gases Hit Record Levels

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London To Ban Junk Food Ads On All Public Transit

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Denmark And Finland Freeze Future Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

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Dozens Killed In 2 Separate Attacks In Pakistan

0:44North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un
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Watchdog Group Urges North Korea To Let It Monitor Its Nuclear Program

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Trump Disputes Reporting Around Jamal Khashoggi Killing

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France Sanctions 18 Saudi Citizens Connected To Khashoggi Murder

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Mattis Says US Will Scale Back Military Exercises To Help Korea Talks

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Yemen War May Have Caused 85,000 Children To Die From Starvation

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Interpol Elects South Korean As New President In A Blow To Russia

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Italy Demands Seizure of Migrant Rescue Ship

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Airbnb To Pull Listings In Israeli West Bank Settlements

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Dozens Of People Dead After Suicide Bomb In Afghan Capital

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US Could Add Venezuela To List Of State Sponsors Of Terrorism

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Trump Still Struggling With Saudi Role In Khashoggi's Death

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Germany Steps Up Action Against Saudi Arabia And Bans All Weapon Sales

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Trump's Bin Laden Complaints Could Be More About Pakistan Than McRaven

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Thousands In Guatemala Flee As Fuego Volcano Erupts

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Netanyahu Avoids Early Elections — At Least Temporarily

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US And China Unable To Find Common Ground At APEC Summit

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State Dept: Questions Remain In Killing Of Saudi Journalist

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