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Kim Jong-Un Says The US Acted In 'Bad Faith' At Vietnam Summit
Report: US-Led Coalition Killed Over 1,600 Civilians In Raqqa, Syria
London Climate Protesters Say Demonstrations Inspired A Call To Action
With US Talks Frozen, Kim Jong Un Reaches Out To Russia
Ebola Doctors And Nurses In Congo Threaten To Go On Strike
How Two Arab Women Chefs Are Celebrating #AprilIsForArabFood
Macron Announces Measures In Response To Yellow Vest Protests
Sri Lanka's Defense Secretary Resigns Amid Backlash Over Bombings
N.Y. AG Reportedly Getting Trump Financial Docs From Deutsche Bank
Putin: North Korea Wants Security Guarantees Before Denuclearization
Scotland's Leader Outlines Plans For A Second Independence Vote
UN: Pro-Afghan Forces To Blame For More Civilian Deaths Than Taliban
World's First Malaria Vaccine Introduced In Africa
Philippines Threatens 'War' Against Canada If It Doesn't Remove Trash
Kim Jong-Un Arrives In Russia For Denuclearization Meeting With Putin
Netanyahu Says He'll Name A Community In Golan Heights After Trump
Sri Lanka Holds Mass Funerals For Victims Of Sunday's Terror Attacks
Egyptian Voters Approve Extending Current President's Rule Until 2030
Ukraine's New President Could Shake Up Relations With Russia
Kushner Says US To Unveil Its Middle East Peace Proposal After Ramadan
Dissident Group Accepts Blame For Irish Journalist's Death
China Shows Off Military Force At Naval Parade
Trump To Visit The UK For A State Visit In June
UK Police Arrest More Than 1,000 Climate Change Protesters
Tesla Investigating Video Of A Car Bursting Into Flames In China
Terror Attacks In Sri Lanka Echo Country's Bloody Civil War
Northern Ireland Police Release Suspects In Journalist's Killing
Sri Lanka Officials Blame Local Islamist Group For Terror Attacks
US Announces It Won't Reissue Iran Sanction Waivers
Ukraine Elects Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy As President
Sudanese Protest Leaders Cut Ties With Ruling Military Council
State Dept. Says Several US Citizens Were Killed In Sri Lanka Attacks
Yemen War's Death Toll Reaches 70,000
Trump Praises Libyan General Amid His Attempt To Seize Tripoli
Pompeo Says He'll Remain As Negotiator With North Korea
Trump Will Be First Foreign Leader To Meet With Japan's New Emperor
Police Treating Death Of Journalist Lyra McKee As 'Terrorist Incident'
Turkey Arrests 2 People Accused Of Spying For United Arab Emirates
This Is How Notre Dame Congregants Are Celebrating Easter Weekend
Paris' Homeless Population Disappointed In Notre Dame Fundraising
Paris Considers Building Temporary Church Near Notre Dame Cathedral
Early Witness To Notre Dame Cathedral Fire Critical Of Fire Response
North Korea Announces Tests Of 'New Tactical Guided Weapon'
US Envoy For North Korea Is Heading To Russia
EU Threatens To Impose Tariffs On $20B Worth Of US Products
Venezuela Gets Its First Delivery Of Red Cross Humanitarian Aid
Macron Vows To Rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral Within 5 Years
UN Security Council Draft Proposal Calls For Cease-fire In Libya
President Trump Vetoes Resolution On Saudi-Led War In Yemen
Members Of Israeli Parliament Voice Support For Netanyahu
Notre Dame Cathedral "Miracle" -- All Is Not Lost
Ecuador Hit By Millions Of Cyberattacks After Julian Assange's Arrest
What Happened To The Artifacts Inside Notre Dame?
What Does Being Labeled As A Foreign Terrorist Organization Mean?
Following Notre Dame Fire, UK Lawmakers Worry About Parliament
Beyond Notre Dame, Fire Has Damaged Other Important Landmarks
Officials Say Fire At Notre Dame Cathedral Is Under Control
Iran Approves $2 Billion For Flood Relief
After Coup, Sudan Faces Fragile Transition To Democracy
China Is Reportedly Tracking Muslim Minority Group Through AI
6 Charged With Illegally Distributing New Zealand Mosque Attack Video
Witnesses Watch As Notre Dame Burns
The EU Is Set To Begin Trade Talks With The US
Workers Resume Removing Fuel Rods At Fukushima Power Plant
Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral Has A History Of Disrepair And Rebirth
UK Watchdog Floats Ban On Facebook Likes, Snapchat Streaks For Minors
Cyclone Idai's Death Toll Continues To Climb
Protesters In Sudan Call For Civilian Transitional Government
German Prosecutors Charge Former Volkswagen CEO With Fraud
Ecuador's President Says Assange Tried To Use Asylum At Embassy To Spy
EU Approves Controversial Copyright Reforms
Moon Jae-In Says He's Willing To Be Part Of Another Inter-Korea Summit
Central American Children Will Reunite With Parents In The US
British MP's Push For Government To Extradite Assange To Sweden
The Military Leader Of Sudan's Coup Steps Down After Just One Day
UN Says France Needs To Act On Its 'Homelessness Crisis'
ICC Judges Reject Request To Investigate War Crimes In Afghanistan
WHO: Congo's Ebola Outbreak Is Not Declared An International Emergency
Bombing In Pakistan Market Kills At Least 20
Sudan Military Says New Government Will Be Civilian-Led
Imprisoned Journalists Exposed A Massacre By Talking To The Suspects
New Zealand's New Ban On Military-Style Weapons Is Officially Law
South Korean Court Rules Decades-Old Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional
US Charges WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange With Conspiracy
European Leaders, Britain Agree To Long Brexit Extension
Millions Of New Childhood Asthma Cases Linked To Traffic Pollution
How Netanyahu Managed To Clinch Tough Election In Israel
Open-Source Techniques Have Created A Whole New Kind Of Reporter
Maduro Says Venezuela Is Ready For International Aid
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Wins Re-election
US Military Officials Revise Death Toll In Afghanistan Attack
EU Expected To Approve Another Brexit Delay
How Journalists Solved Murders From Thousands Of Miles Away
Turkey's Ruling Party Demands New Election For Mayor In Istanbul
US Threatens To Slap Tariffs On $11 Billion Of EU Goods
US Bars Entry To 16 Individuals For Their Roles In Khashoggi Murder
Algerian Parliament Names Interim President After Protests
Boeing Faces Another Wrongful Death Lawsuit After 737 MAX Crashes
Young Progressives Are Increasingly Critical Of Israel. Here's Why.
House Of Lords Approves Bill Forcing May To Seek A Brexit Delay