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1 Dead, Many Feared Trapped After Bridge Collapse In India
Catalonia's President Will Reportedly Relaunch Independence Campaign
China Faces Criticism Over Loans To Africa
Argentina Is Cutting Government Ministries To Stabilize Its Economy
NYT: US May Cut Military Operations In Africa
Scientists Suspect Microwave Beams In Attack On US Embassy In Cuba
Myanmar Journalists Reporting On Genocide Claims Sentenced To 7 Years
UN: Higher Percent Of Migrants Dying On Mediterranean In 2018
A Massive Fire Destroys Brazil's 200-Year-Old National Museum
Theresa May Says There Won't Be A Second Brexit Referendum
Saudi-Led Coalition Says It Made 'Mistakes' In Yemen School Bus Strike
US Cuts $300M In Aid To Pakistan Citing Lack Of Action On Terrorism
Palestinians, UN React To US Cutting Aid To Relief Group
Canada, Mexico Give Updates On NAFTA Negotiations
Trump Administration Hopes To Have New NAFTA Deal In 30 Days
Nicaragua Kicks Out UN Investigators
European Union Might Abolish Daylight Saving Time
Fact-checking The President's Claim About South African Farmers
After Nine Decades, Is Our Partnership With Turkey Nearing A Break-Up?
Wife Of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Suspected Of Bribery
Report: Iran Is Still Complying With The 2015 Nuclear Deal
Tens Of Thousands Of People Displaced After Dam Collapse In Myanmar
Report: US Embassy Issues Memo About South African Farmer Deaths
Trump Says There's No Reason For War Games With South Korea
US Bombs Are Being Used In Potential War Crimes In Yemen
Myanmar Says UN Allegations Of Genocide Against Rohingya Are False
US Trade Commission Overturns Tariffs On Canadian Newsprint
Iran Might Leave Nuclear Deal
UN Accuses Nicaraguan Government Of Human Rights Violations
Pope Francis Reportedly Not Thinking About Resigning
Venezuela's Government Says It Repatriated 89 Citizens From Peru
Canada Re-enters NAFTA Negotiations
UN Report: All Sides Fighting In Yemen Likely Committed War Crimes
Music Is A Battlefield In The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Penn. Attorney General Says There's Evidence Vatican Knew Of Cover-Up
China Reportedly Moving Toward Ending 'Two-Child Policy'
North Korea Allegedly Sent 'Belligerent' Letter To Mike Pompeo
Australia's Former Prime Minister Says He's Leaving Parliament
Artist Pays Homage To Black Activists With Afro Comb Portraits
UN Report Says Myanmar Military Leaders Should Face Genocide Charges
Pope Refuses To Comment On Allegations Of McCarrick Cover-up
Iran Asks International Court Of Justice To Make US Lift Sanctions
China, N. Korea Hit Back After US Diplomatic Visit Is Canceled
Countries Put Up Barriers For Venezuelan Migrants
In First Visit To Ireland, Pope Francis Expresses Shame Over Abuse
UN Says More Yemeni Children Killed By Saudi-Led Airstrikes
Trump Administration Will Cut More Than $200M From Palestinian Aid
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court Upholds Presidential Election Results
Trump Admits We're Not Making Denuclearization Progress In North Korea
Australia Gets Its Sixth New Prime Minister In 11 Years
UK Releases Plans In Case It Can't Reach A Brexit Deal With The EU
Here's Why The Taliban Is Making A Comeback In Afghanistan
South Africa Condemns Trump's Claim It Kills Farmers On 'Large Scale'
Former Ford Executive Is The New Special Envoy To North Korea
UN Urges Member Countries To Accept Venezuelan Refugees
Italian Company Approves Funds To Help After Bridge Collapse
US And China Implement Another Round Of Tariffs On Each Other
Israel On Its Way To Approve More Than 1,000 New Homes In West Bank
Saudi Arabia Has History Of Executions, But One Case May Make History
Trump Administration May Announce Deal With Mexico On NAFTA Talks
General Says US Needs To Maintain Pressure On North Korea
Greece Leaves Bailout Programs, But No End In Sight For Austerity
Nazi Living In New York Deported To Germany
US Slaps Even More Sanctions On Russia
Russia To Host War Games Of 'Unprecedented Scale'
El Salvador Severs Ties With Taiwan To Become Allies With China
Venezuela Issues New Currency — The Sovereign Bolivar
Melania Trump Will Visit Africa Reportedly Without President Trump
EU Commission Wants To Crack Down On Terrorist Posts On Social Media
There's A Spike In Measles Cases In Europe - And In The US
Australia's PM Scraps Plan To Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cap
As Floodwaters Recede, Tens Of Thousands Rescued In India
Pope Francis Issues A Letter Condemning Sexual Abuse By Priests
US Reportedly Refuses To Negotiate Over Pastor's Release
Qatar Accuses Saudi Arabia Of Barring Its Citizens From The Hajj
Afghanistan's President Calls For Cease-fire With Taliban
Privatization Of Afghan War Not Under Consideration, NSC Says
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan Dies
CNN: Bomb That Hit Yemeni Bus Of Children Was US-Made
US Will Stop Funding Stabilization Efforts In Syria
Germany And Greece Agree On Migrant Relocation Deal
Turkey Again Refuses To Release American Pastor As Tensions Rise
Military Parades Are A Global Go-To Tactic To Show Off Strength
US Sanctions Myanmar Military Officials And Units
Hundreds Dead As Indian Tourist State Faces Unprecedented Flooding
Pakistani Lawmakers Elect Imran Khan As Next Prime Minister
Pentagon Claims China Is 'Likely' Training Military To Target The US
Chinese Investigators Find Another Batch Of Defective Kids' Vaccines
How Women Impacted The Bangladeshi Student Movement For Safe Roads
Nigeria Is Growing Quickly — Too Quickly?
Modi Says India Will Achieve Human Spaceflight By 2022
Turkey's Economy Is Struggling, And That's Partly On The US
US And Mexico Step Up Their Joint Effort To Fight Drug Cartels
Trump's Iran Sanctions Are Causing Political Pain In Iraq
Italian PM Declares State Of Emergency After Bridge Collapse
New Zealand Passes Ban On Foreign Homebuyers
Trump Administration Sanctions Target China, Singapore And Russia
Brazil's Lula To Register As Presidential Candidate From Jail
Bolton To Meet With Russian Officials As A 'Follow-Up' To Helsinki
Dozens Are Dead As Indian Tourist State Faces Unprecedented Flooding