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U.K. Opens Path To Citizenship For Some Hong Kong Residents
President Trump's Immigration Freeze Is Keeping Families Separated
Hong Kong Police Make First Arrests Under New National Security Law
W.H.O. Offers Grim Warning On Pandemic: 'The Worst Is Yet To Come'
EU Approves Countries To Travel To Member States, U.S. Not One Of Them
China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law
Interpol Rejects Iran's Arrest Warrant For President Trump
Coronavirus Cases Surge In U.S., India
AP: China Is Using Forced Birth Control To Curb Uighur Population
Militants Attack Stock Exchange In Pakistan
Global Coronavirus Cases Surpass 10 Million
European Union Is Preparing To Block Travelers From U.S., Russia
China Says Testing Surge Contained Virus Outbreak From Beijing Market
Maria Ressa Warns Erosion Of Democracy Is Happening In The U.S.
Vaccine Trials Begin In Africa As COVID-19 Worries Mount For Continent
Eiffel Tower Reopens As France Plans To Screen 1.3M For COVID-19
India To Screen All Of New Delhi For COVID-19
Mexico Shakes Off An Earthquake But Not Mounting Shock From COVID-19
American University Of Beirut Slashes Staff As Lebanon Economy Crashes
Part Of Germany Goes Under Lockdown After New COVID-19 Outbreak
Saudi Arabia To Host Limited Hajj Pilgrimage Due To COVID-19
South Korean Officials Confirm 2nd Wave Of COVID-19 Infections
Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket In Pakistan
WHO Reports Largest Single-Day Increase In COVID-19 Cases
American Man Named As A Victim In U.K. Stabbing Attack
China Releases Some Details Of Proposed Security Law For Hong Kong
China Indicts 2 Detained Canadians On Espionage Charges
2020 Is On Track To Be One Of The Hottest Years On Record
Brazil Indigenous Leader, Fighter For Rainforest Dies Of COVID-19
Singapore Loosens Coronavirus Restrictions After Decline In New Cases
Saudi Authorities Weigh Cancellation Of Hajj Pilgrimage Amid COVID-19
Qantas Airways Cuts Most International Flights Until Late October
Hong Kong Disneyland Reopens Thursday To Limited Visitors
India-China Tensions Surge After Troops Clash In Deadly Border Brawl
Eiffel Tower Set To Reopen Next Week After Being Closed For Months
U.S. Extends Ban On Non-Essential Travel At Canada And Mexico Borders
Brazil President Bolsonaro Alludes To A Military Coup To Stay In Power
North Korea Redeploys Troops To Border
Beijing Cancels Majority Of Flights Over New COVID-19 Outbreak
India Says 20 Soldiers Have Been Killed At Disputed Border With China
Beijing Goes Into Lockdown Over New COVID-19 Outbreak
U.S. To Pull Some Troops From Germany Over NATO Spending
France Backs Off Police Chokehold Ban
Award-Winning Journalist Maria Ressa Found Guilty Of Cyberlibel
U.S. Fighter Jet Pilot Confirmed Dead After North Sea Crash
Russian Court Sentences U.S. Citizen To 16 Years In Prison For Spying
Europe Begins To Lift Internal Border Restrictions
George Floyd's Death Sparks Protests Around The World
Brazil Court Orders Government To Continue Counting COVID-19 Cases
European Union Aims To Open Borders To Outside Travelers By July 1
Knocking Down Statues Is About Way More Than The American Confederacy
Lufthansa To Cut 22,000 Jobs Amid The Pandemic
France To Ban Police Chokeholds
Virus Prevents Leaders From Attending U.N. General Assembly Meeting
COVID-19 Surges In The Southern Hemisphere Just In Time For Winter
U.K. Protesters Topple Slave Trader Statue, Throw It In Harbor
New Zealand Reports No Active Coronavirus Cases
Protests Continue For 11th Night In U.S. And Around The World
An American In Rome: Reflecting On Haunting Days, Recovery In Pandemic
Global Outrage: Why George Floyd's Death Resonates Beyond The U.S.
Hong Kong Makes It Illegal To Insult China's National Anthem
Trump Administration To Ban Chinese Airlines From Flying To U.S.
Virus Surge Feared In Afghanistan As Rumors Swirl Over Taliban Leader
PM Says U.K. Could Admit Millions From Hong Kong Over New Security Law
Protests Break Out In Paris Over Report On A 2016 Deadly Arrest
India Begins Lifting Restrictions As COVID-19 Cases Spike
How Vietnam Beat The Coronavirus
U.K. Parliament To Vote On Future Of Remote Proceedings
Hong Kong Won't Hold Tiananmen Square Vigil For First Time In 30 Years
Protests Over George Floyd's Death Spread Across The Globe
President Trump Postpones G-7 Summit Until Fall
United Nations Postpones Climate Summit Until 2021
U.S. To End Special Treatment For Hong Kong
Hunger, Poverty Surge In Latin America As Impacts Of Pandemic Deepen
Virus Spike Leads Some South Korean Schools, Businesses To Close Again
U.S. House Approves Uighur Human Rights Bill
U.K. Starts Massive New 'Test And Trace' Program
EasyJet To Cut 30% Of Its Workforce Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
China's Parliament Approves Hong Kong National Security Law
ISIS Makes A Comeback During The Coronavirus Pandemic
France And Belgium Arrest 26 People In Connection With Truck Deaths
Judge Rules Extradition Trial For Huawei CFO Can Continue
Chinese Team Remeasuring Mount Everest Reaches Summit
Pompeo Tells Congress Hong Kong No Longer Has Autonomy From China
Resorts, Upbeat President Market Mexico's Comeback As Deaths Rise
How South Korea Contained The Coronavirus
Hundreds Arrested In Hong Kong Over National Security Law Protests
European Union Proposes $825 Billion Coronavirus Recovery Plan
Afghanistan Releases Hundreds Of Taliban Prisoners
Costa Rica Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
Canada May Get 10 Paid Sick Leave Days Before Second Wave of COVID-19
U.N. Agencies Fear COVID-19 Danger For Vast Rohingya Refugee Camps
What Other Countries Can Teach U.S. Schools About Reopening
World Health Organization Warns Of Second Peak As Countries Reopen
U.S. Will Suspend Entry For People Who Were Recently In Brazil
Police Fire Tear Gas On Hong Kong Protesters
Japanese Prime Minister Lifts The Rest Of His State Of Emergency Order
Trial Begins For Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu
Boris Johnson Defends Top Aide's Lockdown Violation
Lead Wuhan Scientist Calls COVID-19 Origin Theories 'Pure Fabrication'