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Strasbourg Shooter Has Been Killed By French Authorities
Bolton: Rescheduled Trump-Putin Meeting Not Happening Anytime Soon
US House Declares 'Genocide' Is Occurring In Myanmar
Senate Votes To Blame Crown Prince For Khashoggi's Death
Doctors Say US Diplomats In Cuba Did Experience Inner-Ear Damage
Pompeo Asks UN Security Council To Stop Iran Missile Tests
At Least 9 People Are Dead After High-Speed Train Collision In Turkey
Yemen Warring Parties Agree To A Partial Cease-fire
Theresa May To Ask EU Leaders To Commit To Temporary Irish Backstop
Senate To Vote To End Military Support For Saudi-Coalition In Yemen
Spain To Increase Minimum Wage Starting Next Year
Assange Appeals New Embassy 'House Rules'
The UK Prime Minister's Job Is Only As Stable As Parliament's Support
Soldiers From Both Koreas Cross DMZ For Historic Inspections
UK Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote
Pope Francis Removes 2 Cardinals Involved In Sex Abuse Scandals
Manhunt Underway In France For Strasbourg Shooting Suspect
Fewer Confirmed Dead And Injured Following Shooting In France
Canadian Court Releases Huawei CFO On Bail
The EU Isn't Budging On Its Brexit Deal With Theresa May
Goodyear Pulls Operations Out Of Venezuela Permanently
After 15 Years, Baghdad's Green Zone Begins To Reopen
Emmanuel Macron Addresses Nation Over The 'Yellow Vest' Protests
Theresa May's Last Hope To Save Her Brexit Deal Is The EU
United Nations Members Adopt Global Migration Compact
Saudi Arabia Refuses To Extradite Suspects In Khashoggi Killing
Huawei Executive's Bail Hearing Resumes In Canada
European Court Says UK Can Unilaterally Back Out Of Brexit
Nissan And Its Former Chairman Indicted In Japan
Rift Over Migration Breaks Up Belgian Government Coalition
Emmanuel Macron To Address France After More 'Yellow Vest' Protests
Key Theresa May Ally Suggests 'Plan B' In Case Brexit Vote Fails
Japan Will Welcome 345,000 Foreign Workers To Combat Aging Workforce
Australia Passes Encryption Bill That's Sparking Privacy Concerns
The Last Migrant Rescue Ship In The Mediterranean Will End Operations
CDU Elects German Chancellor Merkel's Replacement
WHO: Traffic Accidents Now Eighth Leading Cause Of Death
Tourist Attractions To Close In France Due To 'Yellow Vest' Protests
OPEC Announces Plan To Cut Oil Production By 1.2 Million Barrels
UN Fails To Pass US Resolution Condemning Hamas
First Day Of OPEC Meeting Ends Without Agreement On Production Limits
Pope Francis To Make Historic Visit To Abu Dhabi In 2019
Afghanistan Is Now The Deadliest Country For Terrorism
US And Japanese Militaries Continue Search For Missing Marines
Australian Judge Grants Former Archbishop's Conviction Appeal
UN Appeals For Donations To Help 93.6 Million People In 2019
CNN: Satellite Images Seem To Show Activity At N. Korean Missile Site
France Pushes Back Planned Fuel Tax Hike Amid Violent Protests
US Indicts 4 Linked To Panama Papers Probe
New Footnote In Trade Deal Weakens LGBTQ Protections In US
Cuba Gives Its Citizens Full Internet Access On Their Phones
US Re-establishes Permanent Diplomatic Presence In Somalia
NATO Says Russia Violated A Cold War-Era Arms Treaty
UK Lawmakers Hand Government Another Brexit Blow
Developed Countries Will Likely See Uptick In Carbon Emissions In 2018
Mexico's New President Forms Truth Committee For Unsolved 2014 Case
Paris Protests Preview The Challenging Transition To A Green Economy
David Attenborough Speaks Out On Climate Change At UN Conference
US Car Companies Are Already Shielded From China's Auto Tariffs
Humanitarian Law Group Calls For Tribunal On Violence Against Rohingya
Trump Reportedly Asks Pakistan For Help With Afghan Peace Talks
France's Economy Takes A Hit As 'Yellow Vest' Protests Continue
Trump Says Second Summit With North Korea Will Happen Early 2019
Nigeria's President Says He Hasn't Died Or Been Replaced By A Clone
Qatar's OPEC Exit Could Heighten Tensions With Saudi Arabia
Trump Says China Will Slash Tariffs On US Car Imports
Qatar To Withdraw From OPEC In January
The US Stands Alone Among G-20 Nations When It Comes To Climate
World Leaders Agree On Reforming Global Trade Rules
Israeli Police Find Evidence To Indict Netanyahu In Third Case
Protests In France Over Rising Fuel Costs Continue For Third Week
At Inauguration, Mexico's New President Promises To Transform Country
UK Officials Reportedly Think Putin Approved Nerve Agent Attack
Train Makes First Trip Between Koreas In More Than A Decade
Google May Reportedly Still Be Under EU Investigation
US, Mexico, Canada Strike A New Trade Agreement
Latest Ebola Outbreak In Congo Is The Second-Largest In History
Ukraine Bans Russian Men From Entering The Country
Philippine Officers Found Guilty Of Murdering Teen
United Nations Adds Reggae To Its 'Intangible Cultural Heritage' List
Canada Mulls Its Cuba Embassy Presence After 13th Mystery Illness Case
It's Anyone's Guess If Trump Will Cut A Trade Deal With China At G20
Chinese Authorities Halt Work Of Gene-Editing Scientist
Canada Sanctions 17 Saudi Nationals Linked To Death Of Jamal Khashoggi
Bayer To Cut Thousands Of Jobs Months After Monsanto Purchase
Deutsche Bank Raided In Money Laundering Probe Linked To Panama Papers
This Ad Campaign Could Threaten Dolce & Gabbana's Bottom Line
New Zealand Bans Huawei Tech From Use In 5G Mobile Network
The Russia-Ukraine Clash Is A Reminder Of NATO's Vital Purpose
The European Union Wants To Go 'Climate Neutral' By 2050
Lawmakers Push For Briefing On Saudis From CIA Director
Brazil Takes Back Offer To Host 2019 UN Climate Talks
Any Version Of Brexit Will Make The UK Poorer, Reports Say
North Korea Is Reportedly Open To Inspection Of Main Nuclear Site
Pilots Battled With Plane's Auto Safety Feature Before Lion Air Crash
Mexico Says It Could House Migrants Awaiting Asylum On One Condition
Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reached Record High In 2017
Protests Against Saudi Crown Prince Continue In Tunisia
Russia's Seizure Of Ukrainian Boats Is An Attempt To Exert Control
Shelf Stable Polio Vaccine Could One Day Help Eradicate Last Of Virus