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Pope Francis Married This Lucky Couple On An Airplane
The Women's March Isn't Just For People In The US
Tillerson Says Russia Isn't Implementing Sanctions Against North Korea
India Tested An Intercontinental Ballistic Missile
Northern Ireland Parties Move Toward Coalition After A Year Without
What We Can Learn From Listening To Iran's Protest Slogans
The US-led Arms Export Industry Is Fueling Civilian Deaths
Tillerson: US Will Discourage International Trade With Assad's Syria
Britain Has Appointed A Minister To Help Tackle Loneliness
96-Year-Old Former Nazi Officer Must Serve Prison Sentence
North And South Korea Will March Together At The 2018 Winter Olympics
North Korean Art Troupe Heading To Olympics May Cross DMZ On Foot
Venezuelan Rebel Dead After Posting Videos Of Police Raid
US To Nix Over Half Of First 2018 Check To Group Helping Palestinians
Pope Francis Asks For Forgiveness In Chile
EU: 'Our Hearts Are Still Open' — UK Talks Of Second Brexit Vote
Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades, Shows 'The Emoji Movie'
Japanese Broadcaster Issues False North Korea Missile Alert
Palestinian Central Committee Votes To End Recognition Of Israel
Prominent Venezuelan Rebel Might Be Dead Or In Custody After Shootout
Abbas: Oslo Accord 'Killed,' But 2-State Solution Hopes Still Alive
Turkey Says It'll Wipe Out A US-Backed Force In Syria
Indonesia Stock Exchange Floor Collapses, And Dozens Are Injured
The Philippines' Most Active Volcano Could Erupt 'Within Weeks'
H&M Closes All Of Its Stores In South Africa
Israel Says It Destroyed A 'Terror Tunnel' To Egypt, Gaza Strip
Oil Tanker Sinks Off China's Coast After Burning For Over A Week
The Koreas May Be On Their Way To Sending A Joint Team To The Olympics
Hawaii's Missile Alert Was False, But The Threat Isn't Inconceivable
London's Mayor Remains Unfazed As Far-Right Protesters Call For Arrest
Germany Inches Closer To New Government After Marathon Talks
African Union, Others Respond To Alleged 'Shithole Countries' Comment
Trump Gives The Iran Deal One Last Lifeline
Nations Respond To Trump's Reported 'Shithole Countries' Comment
Trump Cancels Visit To London, Blames Obama For 'Bad' Embassy Deal
Why Israel's Travel Ban Includes An American Jewish Group
Main 'Leave' Campaigner Entertains Second Brexit Vote
Ecuador Grants WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Citizenship
South Korea Is Considering A Law That Would Ban Cryptocurrency Trading
How Somalia's Turbulent History Made Way For Al-Shabab
Trump Expected To Continue Sanctions Relief For Iran
Canadian, Mexican Currencies Dip Amid Fears US Will Leave NAFTA
Ethiopia Bans International Adoptions, Citing Concerns Of Abuse
Myanmar Military Leader Takes Responsibility For Deaths Of 10 Rohingya
Vice President Pence To Lead US Winter Olympics Delegation
South Korean President Says Trump Helped Make North Korea Talks Happen
A US Firm Could Be Paid $70 Million If It Finds MH370
Ecuador Wants Help Moving Julian Assange Out Of Its London Embassy
Israel To Approve More Than 1,200 New West Bank Housing Units
Corruption Allegations Against Netanyahu Back In The Spotlight
Benjamin Netanyahu's Son Ignites Controversy In Audio Recording
Iran's Leaders Can't Agree On What Started Anti-Government Protests
Iran Lawmaker Now Says 3,700 People Were Arrested During Protests
North And South Korea Agree To Hold Military Talks
Poverty Is One Factor In Radicalization, Not The Only Factor
North Korea Agrees To Send A Delegation To The Winter Olympics
Vice President Mike Pence Announces Dates For Middle East Trip
Pope Francis Urges Support For Dialogue On The Korean Peninsula
Officials Fear Oil Tanker Ablaze Off China's Coast Could Explode
One Reason The Koreas Could Play Nice At The Winter Olympics
Iran Bans Teaching English In Primary Schools
Trump Says He'd Be Willing To Talk With North Korean Leadership
Germany's Coalition Talks Are Back On After Months Of Uncertainty
Arab League Drafts Response To Trump's Jerusalem Decision
Report: More Than 3,000 Died Trying To Cross Mediterranean Sea In 2017
US Company Starts Up A New Search For MH370
UN Members Criticize US For Calling Meeting On Iran Protests
US Customs Agents Searched More Electronics Than Ever Last Year
Venezuela's President Is Creating An Oil-backed Cryptocurrency
The US Is Reportedly Freezing Funds To The UN Palestinian Aid Agency
US Sanctions 5 Iranian Entities 'Key' To Ballistic Missile Program
North Korea And South Korea Officially Agree To Hold High-Level Talks
The US And South Korea Put Off Military Drills Until After Olympics
US Cuts Off Security Aid To Pakistan Over Terrorism Fight
Geography Of Iran Protests Reveals An Unprecedented Uprising
Several Dead, Dozens Injured In South Africa Train Crash
North Korea May Have Hit One Of Its Cities With A Ballistic Missile
Report Says Trump Administration Will Cut Off Some Aid To Pakistan
Israel Plans To Deport Thousands Of Asylum-Seekers
At Least 48 Dead In Peru After Bus Falls More Than 260 Feet
Iran Military Leader: 'Sedition' Is Over After 6 Days Of Protests
Iceland Is Taking On The Gender Pay Gap Like No Other Country
Canadian Held Hostage In Afghanistan Now Faces Criminal Charges
North Korea Reopens Key Communication Line With South Korea
US, Israeli Moves Could Complicate Two-State Solution
Before Logan Paul, Aokigahara Was Already Misrepresented In The West
US Says It Supports 'Completely Spontaneous' Iran Protests
Koreas May Reopen Talks After North Accepts South's Invite To Olympics
US Service Member Killed, 4 Others Injured In Afghanistan
Pakistan Holds An Emergency Security Meeting After Trump Tweet
South Korea Proposes High-Level Talks With North Korea
2017 Was The Safest Year Ever For Commercial Air Travel
Iran's Supreme Leader Blames 'Enemies' For Deadly Protests
10 Americans Among 12 Killed In Costa Rica Plane Crash
As Many As 12 Iranians Dead As Protests Continue
Kim Jong-Un Seemed To Extend An Olive Branch To South Korea
​United Nations Secretary-General Calls For Unity In New Year
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Responds To Deadly Protests
Dayslong Anti-Government Protest In Iran Is Largest In Nearly A Decade
S. Korea Seizes Second Ship Suspected Of Transporting Oil To N. Korea