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Antarctica May Have Hit A Record High Temperature — Again
Sudan To Pay $30 Million To Families Of Victims In USS Cole Attack
Fire Officials Say All New South Wales Bushfires Contained
Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket After Changes In Diagnostic Methods
Nissan Sues Former Chairman Carlos Ghosn Over 'Corrupt' Actions
Facebook Removes 3 Networks Of Accounts Trying To Manipulate Users
U.S. Could Sign Peace Deal With The Taliban This Week
Australia's High Court Rules Aboriginal People Are Citizens
Pope Francis Rejects Proposal Allowing Married Men In Clergy
Coronavirus Cases On Quarantined Cruise Ship Jump To 174
West African Countries To Explore Impacts Of Nigerian Border Closure
Report: U.S. Considering Suspending Humanitarian Aid To War-Torn Yemen
Iranian President Denounces U.S. On Islamic Revolution Anniversary
Coronavirus Disease Gets An Official Name
Philippines To Scrap Security Agreement With U.S.
U.N. Report: N. Korea Continuing To Enhance Ballistic Missile Program
Sudan To Hand Over Ex-President For War Crimes Trial
Study Finds Steep Decline In Some Antarctic Penguin Colonies
Death Toll From The Coronavirus Climbs Above 1,000
Israel Election App Security Breach Exposes Voters' Information
CNN: Trump Doesn't Want To Meet With Kim Before Election
4 Chinese Military Members Charged In 2017 Equifax Data Breach
Japan Might Screen Everyone On Board Quarantined Cruise Ship
Antarctica May Have Just Hit An All-Time Record High Temperature
Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise As Extended Lunar New Year Ends
2 U.S. Service Members Killed In Afghanistan, 6 Wounded
Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds That Of SARS Outbreak
Thai Soldier's Shooting Rampage Ends; Nearly 30 Dead, Including Gunman
Coronavirus Outbreak Casts More Doubt On U.S.-China Trade Deal
Apple Fined $27 Million For Slowing Down Old iPhones
Doctors Are Hopeful A Mix Of Old And New Drugs Could Treat Coronavirus
Turkey Sends More Reinforcements Into Syria Amid Idlib Offensive
Report: Maintaining Border Wall May Balloon Its Costs Over Time
White House Confirms Death Of Al-Qaeda Leader In Yemen
More Than 60 People Test Positive For Coronavirus On Cruise Ship
Gates Foundation To Donate Up To $100M To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak
3 Dead After Turkish Plane Skids Off Runway In Istanbul
Coronavirus, Visas Keeping Olympic Hopefuls From Australia Qualifier
China To Cut Tariffs In Half On $75 Billion Worth Of U.S. Goods
Hong Kong-Based Airline Asks Staff To Take Unpaid Leave Due To Virus
Finland To Offer Moms And Dads The Same Amount Of Paid Parental Leave
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó Visits The White House
WHO Stops Short Of Calling New Coronavirus A Pandemic
Two Avalanches In Turkey Kill Dozens And Injure More Than 50
Report: Deportees To El Salvador Face Possible Abuse And Death
Ukrainian Commercial Jet Crash Renews Calls For Conflict Alert System
Second New Coronavirus Hospital To Soon Open In Wuhan
European Union Rejects U.S. Middle East Peace Plan
EU And U.K. Already At Odds Over Trade Future
Hong Kong Hospital Workers Strike Over Coronavirus
Soldiers Killed In Clashes Between Syrian, Turkish Forces
Pipeline Replacement Plan Moving Forward In Minnesota
Chinese President Promises Tougher Response To Coronavirus
Somalia Declares National Emergency Over Locust Invasion
PM Boris Johnson: End Early Release For Terror Convicts
NIH Says Experimental HIV Vaccine Has Been Found Ineffective
Leaked Audio Recording Shows Iran Knew A Missile Hit Ukrainian Plane
Over 50 Muslim Nations Reject U.S. Peace Plan For Middle East
Pompeo Wants Evidence Of Taliban Efforts To Reduce Violence
New South Wales Residents Weigh Evacuation Amid Tragic Bushfires
European Parliament Calls For A Single Common Device Charger
New Coronavirus Hospital Opens As Number Of Cases Continues To Grow
Palestinian Authority Ends Relations With U.S., Israel Over Peace Plan
First Person Outside Of China Dies Of Coronavirus
Pompeo Reassures Zelenskyy U.S. Is Committed To Supporting Ukraine
U.K. Officially Leaves European Union After 3.5 Years Of Negotiations
A U.K.-U.S. Trade Deal Is Harder Than It Sounds, Even After Brexit
Australia's Capital City Region Declares State Of Emergency
Airbus To Pay $4 Billion To Settle Corruption Investigations
U.S. Tells Citizens Not To Travel To China Because Of Coronavirus
Are Your Fears And Anxieties About Coronavirus Normal?
Possible Coronavirus Treatments Include Cloned Antibodies, Vaccines
Italian Cruise Ship Locked Down Over Coronavirus Fears
French Court Overturns Cardinal's Conviction In Sex Abuse Case
New South Wales Announces Investigation Into Cause Of Bushfires
Japan Issues Warrants For Ghosn, Men Suspected Of Helping Him Escape
DHS Adds Brazilian Migrants To 'Remain In Mexico' Policy
WHO Reconsiders A Coronavirus Health Emergency Declaration
U.N. Offices Targeted In 'Sophisticated' Cyberattack
European Parliament Approves Brexit Withdrawal Agreement
Israel Postpones Plan To Annex Settlements In West Bank
Sudden Resurgence Of Violence Reported In Yemen
Coronavirus Cases In Mainland China Surpass 2002 SARS Outbreak
50 U.S. Troops Now Diagnosed With Brain Injuries After Missile Attack
7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Caribbean Islands
The U.S. Still Isn't Sure How Coronavirus Spreads
U.S. Recovers Remains Of Troops Killed In Afghan Plane Crash
Member Of Ukraine Parliament: 'Weak Institutions' Created Corruption
Airbus Settling With Fraud Agencies To End Corruption Investigation
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Formally Indicted In Court
U.K. Allows Huawei To Build Part Of Its 5G Network
Fire Crews Warn Residents Near Australian Capital To Stay Alert
CDC: Avoid All Nonessential Travel To China Because Of Virus
China Extends Lunar New Year In Effort To Contain Coronavirus
Queen Elizabeth Appoints Prince William To New Position
More Than 50 Dead In Brazilian Flooding And Landslides
Holocaust Survivors Remember Liberation Of Auschwitz-Birkenau
Fifth U.S. Coronavirus Patient Confirmed In Arizona
U.S. Embassy Compound In Baghdad Reportedly Hit By Rockets
At Least 36 Killed In Turkey After 6.8 Magnitude Earthquake