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Nearly 2 Million People Left Off Of Indian Citizens List
Protesters In Hong Kong Hit The Streets Despite Government Ban
Taliban Attacks Kunduz, One Of Afghanistan's Largest Cities
Great Barrier Reef Outlook Deteriorates From 'Poor' To 'Very Poor'
U.K. Courts To Hear Parliament Suspension Challenges
South Korean Court Orders Retrial For Samsung Heir
Brazil Bans Land-Clearing Fires For Two Months
Hong Kong Police Arrest Several Pro-Democracy Leaders
China's First Costco Closes Early After Shoppers Flood Grand Opening
Senior U.K. Conservatives Quit After Boris Johnson Suspends Parliament
With Taliban Peace Deal Approaching, Uncertainty Roils Afghanistan
Italian President Mandates Formation Of New Coalition Government
4 European Countries Have Lost Their Measles Elimination Status
Chinese Military Rotates Troops Into Hong Kong Garrison
UK Petition Against Suspending Parliament Exceeds 1 Million Signatures
U.S. Won't Release Middle East Peace Plan Before Israeli Elections
Boris Johnson Gets Backlash For Suspending Parliament
Japan Says North Korea Is Building Weapons To Break Its Defense Shield
Queen Approves Suspension Of Parliament Ahead Of Brexit Date
Brazil Says It's Now Open To Accepting International Aid For Fires
No, The Amazon Rainforest Doesn't Produce 20% Of The World's Oxygen
UK Opposition Parties Promise To Stop No-Deal Brexit
Brazil Rejects G-7 Aid For Burning Amazon Rainforest
G-7 Summit Ends With More Questions Than Answers
A Look At The Amazon Fund, A Key Money Source For The Rainforest
Indonesia Announces Its Decision On A New Capital City
President Trump Suggests Next G-7 Summit Could Be Held At His Resort
G-7 Leaders Promise To Send $22 Million In Aid To The Amazon
Hong Kong Police Arrest 36 In Continued Clashes With Protesters
Iranian Oil Tanker Changes Course After Greece Refuses To Get Involved
North Korea Launches 2 More Short-Range Missiles, South Korea Says
Wildfires In The Amazon Are Uniquely Difficult To Fight
Brazil's President Authorizes Armed Forces To Fight Amazon Fires
U.N.: Malaria Can Be Eradicated, But Probably Not With Current Tools
South Korea To End Intelligence-Sharing Pact With Japan
Russia Seems Unlikely To Reunite With The G-7 Any Time Soon
Brazil's President Lashes Back At France For 'Colonialist Mindset'
It's Hard To Tell How Much Of The Amazon Is Burning
China Imposes Retaliatory Tariffs On U.S. Imports
Canada's Consulate In Hong Kong Suspends Travel For Local Staff
Hong Kong Transit Operator Vows To Crack Down On Violent Protests
Putin Orders 'Symmetrical Response' To U.S. Missile Test
Fmr. CIA Counterterrorism Chief Defends Secret Black Sites
Most Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh Are Refusing To Return To Myanmar
Trump Confirms Secret Talks With Top Venezuelan Officials
Iran Unveils New Long-Range Missile Defense System
China Issues Another Warning Over Upcoming U.S. Tariffs
Rainforest Fires Fill Brazil's Skies With Smoke, Fanning Climate Fears
Boris Johnson Gets A New Deadline In Brexit Talks With The EU
Cardinal George Pell Loses Appeal Against Child Sex Abuse Conviction
CNN: 737 MAX Panel To Recommend Changes To FAA Certification Process
Trump Administration Formally Approves F-16 Sales To Taiwan
Twitter, Facebook Make Two Different Crackdowns On Chinese Propaganda
NYT Reports ISIS Is Making A Comeback In Iraq, Syria
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte Announces His Resignation
U.S. Considers Issuing More Farm Visas To Boost Guatemala Asylum Deal
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Asks EU To Scrap 'Backstop' Agreement
U.S. Extends North Korea Travel Ban For Another Year
Lam Says She Wants To Start 'Dialogue' With Hong Kong Protesters
Clashes Between Zimbabwe Government, Opposition Party Persist
Facebook, Twitter Remove 'Deceptive' Accounts Attacking HK Protests
Leaked UK Report Predicts Disaster If No-Deal Brexit Goes Through
Hong Kong Protesters Hold Peaceful March After Chaotic Demonstrations
U.N. Calls For More Humanitarian Aid For Venezuelan Refugees
Trump Confirms He Wants To Buy Greenland — And It's Not Unheard Of
Iranian Oil Tanker Leaves Gibraltar For Greece
1.7 Million Protesters Marched Peacefully Through Hong Kong Sunday
Sudan Army And Civilian Protest Leaders Sign Power-Sharing Deal
Russia Vows Not To Deploy New Missiles Unless U.S. Deploys Them First
Bombing In Kabul Kills At Least 63 People, Injures 180 Others
Kashmir Partially Lifts Communications Blackout
U.S. Issues Warrant To Seize Iranian Tanker Held In Gibraltar
Trump Expected To Meet With Security Officials On Afghanistan
Hong Kong Businesses Struggle With Fallout From Protests
Some Rohingya Refugees May Return To Myanmar Next Week
Chinese Paramilitary Police Gather For Drills Near Hong Kong Border
North Korea Rejects Further Peace Talks With South Korea
Taiwan Increases Defense Budget Amid Tensions With China
U.N. Security Council To Hold Meeting On Kashmir's Status
Amid Kashmir Dispute, Bollywood's Messages Carry More Weight
July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded
Gibraltar Releases Iranian Tanker Despite U.S. Request To Hold It
Hong Kong Unveils $2.4B Stimulus Package To Boost Slowing Economy
Trump Floats 'Personal Meeting' With China Over Hong Kong Protests
Reuters: Senator Warns Against Crackdown On Hong Kong Protests
Hong Kong Protesters Fight To Keep Public Support After Airport Chaos
Potential End Of Germany's 'Golden Decade' Fuels Global Economic Fears
Measles Cases Worldwide Have Almost Tripled In The Last Year
Hong Kong's Airport Resumes Operations
Hong Kong's Airport Protests Turn Chaotic And Violent
Paris Closes Streets Near Notre Dame For Lead Cleanup
UN Reportedly Investigating Dozens Of North Korean Cyberattacks
Scientists To Use Successful Treatments To Combat Ebola In Congo
Protests Disrupt Hong Kong Airport Operations For Second Straight Day
German Environment Minister Calls For Ban On Plastic Bags
Hong Kong's Continued Protests Are Taking A Toll On The Economy
Typhoon Lekima Death Toll Continues To Rise In China
At Least 61 Dead, 70 Injured After Oil Tanker Explosion In Tanzania
North Korea Sends President Trump Letter, Continues To Fire Missiles
U.K. Power Outage Affects About 500,000 People