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Dutch Police Looking At Terrorism As Possible Motive For Tram Shooting
Who Set Fire To Venezuela Aid? New Footage Gives A Clearer Picture
New Laws In Russia Criminalize Spread Of 'Fake News'
France Bans Some Yellow Vest Protests After Latest Demonstrations
Speaker Says House Of Commons Won't Hold Third Vote On Brexit Deal
Flash Floods, Mudslides Kill At Least 79 People In Indonesia
At Least 215 Dead In Southern Africa Following Cyclone Idai
Iran Plans To Take Legal Action Against US Over Sanctions
New Zealand Cabinet Agrees 'In Principle' To Tighten Gun Laws
Theresa May Implores Parliament To Pass Brexit Deal
The Philippines Officially Leaves International Criminal Court
US Will Deny Visas To Some International Criminal Court Members
Slovakia's Presidential Frontrunner Has No Public Office Experience
Violence Erupts As Yellow Vest Protests Continue In France
New Zealand Shooting Suspect Makes First Court Appearance
Treasury Department Announces More Sanctions Against Russia
Apple Responds To Spotify's Complaint About Its App Store Policies
North Korea Says It May Suspend Nuclear Talks With U.S.
The Violence Of The New Zealand Mosque Shooting Is Amplified Online
Christchurch Shooting Part Of A Pattern Of Far-Right Extremist Attacks
Mosque Shootings Turn Attention To New Zealand's Gun Laws
Students Around The World Protest Climate Change Inaction
WHO Says Ebola Outbreak In Congo Could Be Over By September
At Least 49 Dead After Mosque Attacks In New Zealand
Israel Says Rockets Were Fired At Tel Aviv From Gaza
Theresa May Isn't Giving Up On Her Brexit Deal Just Yet
Europe Secures $7 Billion In Humanitarian Aid For Syria
British Lawmakers Vote In Favor Of Brexit Extension
Prosecutors Reject Request To Free 2nd Kim Jong-nam Murder Suspect
At Least 9 Dead After School Building Collapse In Nigeria
Life In Venezuela During The Country's Devastating Blackouts
UK Parliament Rules Out A No-Deal Brexit
UN Report Spells Out Dangers Of Uncontrolled Climate Change
At Least 10 Dead After School Shooting In Brazil
Australian Judge Sentences Cardinal George Pell To 6 Years In Prison
Venezuela's Attorney General Launches Investigation Into Juan Guaidó
UK Parliament Votes Down May's Brexit Deal
Multiple Countries Ban Boeing 737 MAX Planes In Their Airspace
US To Withdraw Last Diplomatic Staff From Embassy In Venezuela
UK And EU Leaders Come To New Agreement Before Brexit Vote
Algeria's President Says He's No Longer Seeking Re-election
Key UK Parliament Votes Will Decide Brexit's Future
Airlines Ground Boeing 737 MAX 8 Planes After Ethiopian Airlines Crash
Ousted Catalan Leader To Run In European Parliament Elections
Woman Suspected Of Killing Kim Jong-Un's Half-Brother Is Free
Massive Blackout Continues In Venezuela
US Citizens Will Not Need A Visa For Some EU Travel Starting In 2021
Rival Protests Hit The Streets Of Venezuela Amid Blackouts
China Suggests A Way To Compromise With The US To Reach A Trade Deal
US Warns Of 'Grave Consequences' If Turkey Buys Russian Missile System
Venezuela Endures Massive Blackout
US And South Korea Sign Cost-Sharing Military Deal
Philippine Measles Deaths Top Last Year – And 2.6M Kids Are At Risk
New Photos Show North Korea Rocket Site May Have Resumed Operations
36 Countries Sign Open Letter Denouncing Saudi Arabia
Netanyahu Is Down But Not Out Of Israel's Upcoming Elections
Newsy Special Report: 'China's World'
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Denies Wrongdoing In Bribery Scandal
US Puts More Pressure On Venezuela's Maduro To Step Down
Huawei Sues US Government Over Product Ban
Justin Trudeau's Image Takes A Hit As Scandal Grows
Ex-Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Released On Bail
US Awards Lockheed Martin $1B Contract For Saudi Defense System
Bolton Warns US Could Ramp Up Sanctions On North Korea
Three Explosive Packages Found Near London Airports, Train Station
Another Canadian Cabinet Member Resigns Amid Bribery Scandal
Russia Officially Suspends Its Participation In Nuclear Arms Treaty
Vatican To Open Secret Archives On WWII-Era Pope Pius XII
Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó Safely Returns To Venezuela
DOJ Responds To American-Born ISIS Bride's Lawsuit
Brazil Mining Company Shaking Up Its Leadership After Dam Collapse
Huawei CFO Sues Canada Over Her Arrest
US Merges Consulate With Embassy In Jerusalem
Australia Is Experiencing Its Hottest Summer Ever
Israel’s Prime Minister Responds To 'Scandalous' Corruption Charges
Brazil Company Will Be Investigated For Corruption Over Dam Collapse
UNICEF: Measles Cases Are Increasing Rapidly Worldwide
Canada Allows US Extradition Process Of Huawei CFO To Begin
US Puts Even More Sanctions On Venezuela
State Department Offers $1M For Location Of Osama Bin Laden's Son
Pakistan Returns Indian Military Pilot
UN-Backed Panel Says Israel May Have Committed War Crimes In Gaza
North Korea Says It Only Asked Trump For Partial Sanctions Relief
What's Next For US-North Korea Relations After Failed Summit?
Redistributing Asylum-Seekers By Adopting The EU System In The US
Israel's AG Announces Plans To Indict Benjamin Netanyahu
Trump Says He Believes Kim Wasn't Behind Otto Warmbier's Death
UK Secures A Post-Brexit Trade Deal
Conflict Between Pakistan And India Causes Flight Cancellations
US-Venezuelan Standoff Untenable, But No Clear Way Forward
Kushner Meets Saudi Crown Prince For First Time Since Khashoggi Death
White House Restricted Journalists' Access To Trump-Kim Dinner
Pakistani Military Claims It Shot Down 2 Indian Fighter Jets
President Trump And Kim Jong-Un Meet For Their Second Summit
Interventionism: America's Original, Unending Debate
Indian Airstrikes Ramp Up Cross-Border Conflict With Pakistan
Theresa May Gives Parliament A Chance To Delay Brexit
Vatican Treasurer Found Guilty Of Child Sex Offenses
High Hopes, Low Expectations For Second Trump-Kim Summit
UK's Labour Party To Back Second Referendum On Brexit