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Police Arrest Protesters Who Remained At U.S.-Canada Bridge
Flights To Ukraine Halted, Redirected As Crisis Brews
Paris Police Fire Tear Gas To Disperse Banned Virus Protest
Biden Warns Putin Of 'Severe Costs' Of Ukraine Invasion
Afghans Protest U.S. Move To Unfreeze $3.5B For 9/11 Victims
Canada Border Blockade Clearing Peacefully As Police Move In
U.S. Evacuating Most Ukraine Embassy Staff Over Invasion Fears
Ukrainians Talk About Rising Tensions With Russia
Canadian Judge Orders An End To Blockade At U.S. Border Bridge
White House: Russia Could Invade Ukraine Within The Week
White House Urging U.S. Citizens To Leave Ukraine
COVID-19 Protests In Canada Disrupt U.S. Auto Production
Germany To Host NFL Game Next Season
Prince Charles Isolating After Testing Positive For COVID-19
Ukraine-Russia Crisis: What To Know About The Fears Of War
COVID-19 Protests Impact Border Trade Between Canada, U.S.
Japan To Extend Virus Measures In Tokyo And Other Areas
BP Profits Surge As High Gas Prices Hit Household Finances
Macron: Putin Said During Meeting Russia Won't Escalate Ukraine Crisis
France's Macron Meets With Putin In Russia Over European Tensions
'Freedom Convoy' Results In State Of Emergency In Ottawa, Canada
Cyclone Pounds Madagascar With Torrential Winds And Rain
Queen Marks 70th Anniversary With Support For Camilla
Top Biden Aide Says Ukraine Invasion Could Come 'Any Day'
U.S. Airborne Infantry Troops In Poland Amid Ukraine Tension
Olympic Organizers Address Complaints About Isolation Hotels
Morocco's King Says Boy, 5, Trapped In Deep Well Has Died
Mass Swarm Of Dead Fish In Atlantic Prompts European Inquiry
Russian Bombers Fly Over Belarus Amid Ukraine Tensions
Olympic Teams Raise Concerns Over Quarantine Hotels
Britain's Monarchy, Explained
U.S. Navy Trying To Find Wreckage That Fell Into South China Sea
Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, U.S. Carry Out Military Exercises In Europe
Russia And China Push Back Against U.S. Pressure
Turkish President Offers To Host Russia, Ukraine Peace Talks
ISIS Leader Killed During U.S. Raid In Syria
Putin Heads To China To Bolster Ties Amid Ukraine Tensions
U.S. Forces Launch Raid In Syria; Civilians Also Reported Dead
Jamaican Bobsled Teams Head To The Olympics For First Time In 24 Years
Military Analysts: 'Hybrid Warfare' Has Begun Between Russia, Ukraine
Russia, U.S. Exchange Accusations Over Ukraine At U.N.
On Lunar New Year, Chinese Offer Prayers At Temples
Expert: N. Korea Tested 7 Missiles To Get President Biden's Attention
U.S. National Guard Trains Military Forces In Ukraine
U.K. PM Boris Johnson Apologizes After 'Partygate' Findings
Canadian Prime Minister Tests Positive For COVID-19
Russia, U.S. To Square Off At U.N. Security Council Over Ukraine
President Biden Calls For Release Of U.S. Hostage In Afghanistan
North Korea Tests Longest-Range Missile Since 2017
UN: 2,000 Children Recruited By Yemen's Rebels Died Fighting
Thousands Protest COVID Mandates and Restrictions In Canada
Russia's Daily COVID-19 Count Soars Above 110,000
In France, Anti-Vax Fury, Politics Make Public Service Risky
The Long History Between Russia And Ukraine
Russia Displays A Modernized Military
Austin Says Pres. Putin Now Has Full Range Of Options In Ukraine
Climbing Program Helps Afghan Women Adjust To New Life
Coast Guard To Suspend Search For Migrants Off Florida
EU Regulator Recommends Authorization Of Pfizer COVID Antiviral Pill
Bitterly Cold Winter Compounds Humanitarian Crisis In Afganistan
Honduras To Inaugurate First Female President Xiomara Castro
The World Remembers The Holocaust As Antisemitism Rises In Pandemic
What's Happening With Russia-Ukraine Tensions?
Biden To Meet With Qatar Leader As Energy Worries Loom In Europe
'Normandy Format' Advisers Meet In Paris Over Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Suspected Smuggling Boat Capsized; 1 Body Recovered, 38 Still Missing
Ukrainian Leaders: Stay Calm, Russian Invasion Not Imminent
U.S. Puts 8,500 Troops On Heightened Alert Amid Russia Tension
Ukraine Receives Supplies From Allies As Russia Amasses Weaponry
Taliban Hold First Talks In Europe Since Afghan Takeover
England To Lift COVID-19 Testing Requirement For Vaccinated Travelers
France Bans Unvaccinated People From Restaurants, Sports Venues
U.S. Embassy Staff In Ukraine Told To Leave As Russia Tension Rises
Beijing District Orders Mass Virus Testing Ahead Of Olympics
Russia Denies U.K. Claim Of Trying To Replace Ukraine Leader
Police Fire Water Cannons, Tear Gas At COVID-19 Protests In Brussels
Britain Accuses Russia Of Seeking To Replace Ukraine Government
From Waiter To Millionaire: Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Erupts in Brazil
China's Success Taming Virus Could Make Exit Strategy Harder
U.K. Lifts COVID-19 Restrictions
Pentagon Releases Video Of Botched U.S. Airstrike In Kabul
Tongan People Struggle To Connect To Rest Of The World After Eruption
Russia Says It Will Take Nothing Less But NATO Expansion Ban
UK's Johnson Defies Calls To Quit As Ouster Bid Gathers Pace
Major Airlines Cancel, Change Flights To U.S. Over 5G Dispute
U.S. Urges Unity To Fight Russian Aggression Along Ukrainian Border
Norway Mass Killer Seeks Parole 10 Years After Attacks
Tonga Avoids Widespread Disaster Despite Massive Volcanic Eruption
Tonga Geologists Observe Undersea Volcanic Eruption
Russia Denies Looking For Pretext To Invade Ukraine
2021 Ranks As Earth's 6th Hottest Year On Record
Prince Andrew Stripped Of Military Affiliations
PM Boris Johnson Apologizes For Attending Party During COVID Lockdown
Omicron May Be Headed For A Rapid Drop In U.S. And Britain
NYT: Haiti PM Had Relationship With President's Murder Suspect
FAA Grounds Planes As North Korea Test-Fires A Missile
British PM Boris Johnson Accused Of Breaking COVID-19 Lockdown
Kazakh President: Forces Can Shoot To Kill To Quell Unrest
The U.K. Perspective On The Jan. 6 Insurrection
Novak Djokovic In Limbo As He Fights Deportation From Australia