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Syrian Government Airstrikes Hit Towns In Last Rebel-Held Stronghold
May's Exit Leaves UK At A Crossroads On Brexit And Trump
President Trump Wraps Up 4-Day State Visit In Japan
11 Have Died On Mount Everest Amid 'Traffic Jams' Of Climbers
Taiwan, US Officials Meet For First Time In 40 Years
Police In Rio De Janeiro Killed 558 People Between January And April
Trump Not 'Bothered' By Recent North Korean Missile Launches
EU Parliament Elections See Their Highest Voter Turnout Since 1994
Why South Asian Americans Dominate The Scripps National Spelling Bee
UN Maritime Court Orders Russia To Release Ukrainian Sailors
Trump Says Japan And US Are 'Getting Close' To Trade Deal
Trump To Bypass Congress To Sell Weapons To Saudi Arabia, UAE
Theresa May's Exit Leaves Brexit In Limbo
US Approves Plan To Send 'About 1,500' Troops To Middle East
North Korea Issues Ultimatum Over Denuclearization Talks With US
British Prime Minister Theresa May Announces Resignation
Juncker Suggests UK May Be Headed For Another Brexit Extension
Modi's Election Win In India Was Fueled By Hindu Nationalism
Pakistan Says It Wants Peace Talks With India, Despite Missile Launch
Here's How Trump's Tariffs On China Might Affect What You Buy
India's Ruling Party Wins In An Unexpected Landslide Victory
AP: Pentagon To Propose Sending Up To 10,000 Troops To Middle East
Calls Grow For Theresa May To Resign Over Latest Brexit Plan
EU Elections Mean More Brexit Feuding For The UK
The UK Is Rolling Out A Plan To Ban Some Single-Use Plastics
US Says Syrian Government Might Be Using Chemical Weapons Again
Theresa May Offers 2nd Brexit Referendum If Lawmakers Approve Her Deal
The Race To 5G Technology Is Pitting The US Against China
Bayer Hires Law Firm To Look Into Monsanto Stakeholder Lists
UN Says US Needs To Make Safe Abortions Available For Women
Google Reverses Decision, Will Continue To Work With Huawei
Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver's UK Restaurant Group Goes Into Bankruptcy
UN Refugee Agency Calls On Countries To Protect Venezuelans
UN Considers Cutting Aid To Houthi-Controlled Parts Of Yemen
New Zealand Shooting Suspect Charged With Terrorism
2020 Candidate John Hickenlooper On Iran, Guns and Impeachment
Democrats And Republicans Split On How To Respond To Iran Intel
Mexico Wants US Support For Its New Central America Migration Plan
China's Reportedly 'In No Rush' To Continue Trade Talks With The US
White House Unveils First Stage Of Middle East Peace Plan
WHO Staff Reportedly Continue To Abuse Travel Policies
Former Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy Sworn In As President Of Ukraine
Swedish Prosecutors Request Detention Order For Julian Assange
Austria To Hold Snap Elections In September Following Scandal
South Korea To Send $8 Million In Humanitarian Aid To North Korea
US And Canada Reach Deal To Lift Tariffs On Each Other
Brexit Talks Between May And Corbyn Collapse
Taiwan Votes To Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
Trump Administration To Reduce Tariffs On Steel From Turkey
Authorities In Several Countries Take Down GozNym Cybercrime Network
Norway Might Be Brokering Negotiations Between Maduro And Guaidó
Sudanese Military, Civilian Leaders Agree To 3-Year Transition Period
African Swine Fever Kills 1 Million Pigs In China
Iran Starts Rolling Back Some Nuclear Deal Commitments
State Dept. Orders Non-emergency Government Employees To Leave Iraq
Secretary Of State Pompeo Visits Putin And Russian Foreign Minister
Trump Says There's No Plan To Send Troops To The Middle East
UN Urges Nations To Cut Support To Myanmar's Military
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó Formally Requests Meeting With US Military
UAE And Saudi Arabia Say 4 Ships Damaged In Act Of 'Sabotage'
WhatsApp Confirms Cybersecurity Breach
Clergy Abuse Victims Sue The Vatican For Names Of Reported Abusers
North Korea Demands Return Of Cargo Ship Seized By The US
US Proposes Additional Tariffs On $300 Billion Of Chinese Goods
South Africa's President Vows To Rid Party Of Corruption
New Tariffs Pose Issue For American Business Owners
China Might Have To Look Beyond Tariffs If Trade War Escalates Again
Hong Kong Lawmakers Come To Blows Over Controversial Extradition Law
CO2 Levels In The Atmosphere Reach Highest Point In Human Existence
China Retaliates Again In Trade War With US
New Zealand's Prime Minister To Ask For Help Ending Extremism Online
Protests in Albania Turn Violent, Demand Prime Minister's Resignation
US Sits Out International Treaty To Curb Plastic Waste
Juan Guaidó Calls For 'Direct Communication' With US Military
Cuba Announces Strict Rations, Blames U.S. Trade Embargo
The US Will Deploy More Missiles And A Warship To Deter Iran
Trump Plans To Buy Domestic Goods To Make Up For China Losses
The Trade War's Biggest Threat Is Yet To Come For US Consumers
US Boosts Tariffs On $200B Of Chinese Goods
EU Reaffirms Commitment To Iran Nuclear Deal After Ultimatum
Why The US Is On High Alert Over Iran
US Seizes North Korean Ship For Alleged Sanctions Violations
Four Arrested In Connection With Death Of Journalist Lyra McKee
Pope Francis Introduces New Rules For Reporting Clerical Sex Abuse
North Korea Fired Another Projectile, According to South Korea
Iran's Ultimatum Could Sink Europe's Support For The Nuclear Deal
China Threatens To Retaliate If US Raises Tariffs On Friday
People Around The World Are Drinking More Every Year
Suicide Bombing Kills Police Officers Outside Pakistan Sufi Shrine
Philippines Gives Canada May 15 Deadline To Remove Trash
Iran Says It's Reducing Its Commitments To The Iran Nuclear Deal
China Says It Won't Participate In Nuclear Talks Between US, Russia
Measles Cases Surge in Europe As Global Outbreak Spreads
Freed Reuters Journalists Exposed A Massacre By Talking To Suspects
Myanmar Frees Journalists Who Were Jailed After Reporting A Massacre
Turkish Election Board Cancels Results Of Mayoral Election In Istanbul
Myanmar Releases Thousands Of Prisoners, Including Reuters Journalists
US Confirms It's Raising Tariffs On Chinese Goods This Week
Trump, Backed By A Strong Economy, Threatens To Keep Up Trade War
NTSB Investigating Boeing Flight That Slid Into A River In Florida