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WHO Launches Vaccination Campaign To Combat Cholera In Mozambique
Algeria's President Steps Down Amid Widespread Protests
NASA Says Debris From India's Anti-Satellite Launch Poses Risk To ISS
Turkish President's Ruling Party Challenges Local Election Results
Pope Francis Admits Church's History Of Male Domination, Urges Change
New Zealand Gun Control Bill Passes First Of Three Votes
US Cancels Shipment Of F-35 Fighter Jet Equipment To Turkey
Japan's Next Era Will Be Called 'Reiwa' — Here's What It Means
UK Lawmakers Reject More Alternative Brexit Plans
After 70 Years, NATO Looks A Lot Different
Accuses China Of 'Reckless' Action After Jets Flown Over Border
China Expands Its Drug Law To Limit All Types Of Fentanyl
Woman Accused Of Killing Kim Jong-Un's Half-Brother Takes Plea Deal
China To Continue Suspending Tariffs On US Vehicles, Auto Parts
Over 40,000 Palestinians Mark Anniversary Of Mass Protest In Gaza
State Department Will End Aid To Central America's Northern Triangle
President Trump Demanded North Korea Turn Over Its Nuclear Arsenal
Red Cross Will Start Delivering Humanitarian Aid To Venezuela
South Korea: North Korea Is Almost Done Rebuilding Rocket Test Site
Thousands Protest UK Parliament After Failed Brexit Vote
Cholera Cases Spike In Cyclone-Ravaged Mozambique
American Airlines Stops All Venezuela Flights Indefinitely
UN Expert To Saudi Arabia: Make Khashoggi Death Investigation Public
British Parliament Rejects Theresa May's Brexit Deal A Third Time
Report: Stall-Prevention Feature Misfired On Ethiopian Airlines Plane
Trump To Meet With South Korea's President In April
Senators Introduce Bill To Stop Transfer Of F-35 Jets To Turkey
May's Offer To Quit Probably Won't Salvage Her Brexit Deal
Venezuela Bars Guaidó From Holding Public Office For 15 Years
Passengers Stranded As Wow Air Abruptly Ceases Operations
UK Criticizes Huawei For Failing To Fix Security Flaws
White Supremacy Is A Global Issue That Needs A Global Response
UK Lawmakers Approve New Brexit Date
Venezuela Chaos Tests Ties Between Putin And Maduro
Cholera Confirmed In Cyclone Ravaged Southern Africa
European Parliament Approves Ban On Some Single-Use Plastics
British PM Theresa May Says She'll Step Down If Her Brexit Deal Passes
India Becomes The Fourth Country To Test Anti-Satellite Weapons
EU Gets A Step Closer To Scrapping Daylight Saving Time
Russia Defends Decision To Send Troops To Help Support Nicolás Maduro
EU Citizens Living In UK Could Lose Some Rights After Brexit
Venezuelan Millennials Feel Isolated By Emigration Crisis
US-Israel History Laid Groundwork For Trump’s Pro-Israel Policies
US To Expand Policy That Bans Aid Recipients From Promoting Abortion
Conor McGregor Reportedly Being Investigated For Sexual Assault
Netanyahu Says Israel Will Keep Battling Hamas Amid Rumors Of A Truce
Venezuela Faces Yet Another Blackout
UK Parliament Takes Control Of Brexit Process
Officials Investigating After Norwegian Cruise Ship Evacuation
Trump Officially Recognizes Golan Heights As Part Of Israel
Deadly Ebola Outbreak In The Congo Surpasses 1,000 Cases
Israeli Military Blames Hamas For Rocket Attack That Injured 7
Russian Officials Comment On Mueller Report Findings
Death Toll In Southern Africa Continues To Rise After Cyclone Idai
Hundreds Of Passengers Rescued From Stranded Cruise Ship
Syrian Democratic Forces Say They Have Defeated ISIS In Syria
1 Million People March Against Brexit In London
New Zealand Mosques Re-open More Than A Week After Deadly Shootings
Death Toll Surpasses 600 In Southern Africa After Devastating Cyclone
At Least 64 Dead After Chinese Chemical Plant Explosion
Trump Surprisingly Tweets Plan To Withdraw Some North Korea Sanctions
The Golan Heights Is Still A Flashpoint Between Israel And Syria
Report: US Prepping Document On Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights
US Announces New Sanctions On Iran
Indonesian Airline Cancels Order For Boeing 737 MAX Planes
North Korea Pulls Staff From Liaison Office With South Korea
New Zealand Honors Victims Of Mosque Attack
The EU Grants The UK A Brexit Extension
The US Might Need A New Approach To North Korea's Nuclear Program
Netherlands Tram Shooting Suspect To Be Charged
Ferry Capsizes In Tigris River, Killing More Than 70 People
Did The 1994 Assault Weapons Ban Work?
Trump Calls For US To Recognize Golan Heights As Part Of Israel
Former Brazilian President Michel Temer Arrested On Corruption Charges
DOJ, DOT Probing FAA Approval Of Boeing 737 MAX Planes
UK Prime Minister To Plead For Brexit Extension At EU Summit
New Zealand To Ban Military-Style Semi-Automatic Weapons
Deal Or No Deal: Theresa May Gives Parliament Brexit Ultimatum
Lion Air Pilots Scoured Handbook For Solutions Before Crash
Mozambique Begins National Mourning After Cyclone Idai Kills Hundreds
New Zealand Officials Say Most Mosque Victims Will Be Identified Soon
Police: Suspect In New Zealand Mosque Attacks Had A Third Target
Japan's Olympic Committee President Quits Amid Corruption Allegations
Trump And Bolsonaro Are Trying To Reboot US-Brazil Relations
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