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Approval by right-wing executive comes just hours after tens of thousands of demonstrators marched in Budapest in support of Central European University... [Read More]
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Hundreds have been rounded up, Novaya Gazeta reports, and at least three men have died in custody; Chechen spokesman denies homosexuality exists in the Caucasus... [Read More]
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Temporary stand down by so-called Syrian Democratic Forces come day after retreating jihadists warned on social media that 4-kilometer-long hydroelectric dam was at risk of... [Read More]
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Talks aimed at boosting cooperation in fight against Islamic State extremists... [Read More]
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Denials came Tuesday, following multiple reports that Russian military activity had been spotted in western Egypt, 100 kilometers from Egyptian-Libyan border... [Read More]
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Facility at al-Khafsa, which supplies Syria's second-largest city with most of its fresh water, was shuttered by IS fighters nearly eight weeks ago... [Read More]
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Early signs of sharp Republican-Democratic split, while human rights groups blast new order as 'more of the same'... [Read More]
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The Pentagon says it has sent the White House a preliminary plan to defeat Islamic State extremists in Iraq and Syria, and says Defense Secretary... [Read More]
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Indictment alleges defendants helped smuggle 20 tons of cocaine through San Juans Luis Munoz Marin International Airport between 1998 and 2016... [Read More]
South Korea's military tracked the launch early Sunday from North Pyongan Province; the projectile flew east toward the Sea of Japan and went down... [Read More]
The wife of Russian journalist Vladimir Kara-Murza, a prominent opposition activist and Kremlin critic, says "acute poisoning" has left her husband gravely ill in a... [Read More]
U.S. President Donald Trump spoke Saturday with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko, seeking to reassure the Ukrainian leader of continued U.S. support, as Kyiv government forces... [Read More]
Turkish news reports say a suspect has been arrested in the attack on an Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people on December 31. The Hurriyet... [Read More]
Activists say death toll likely to rise as rescue workers probe scene at marketplace in Kafr Nabl, about 100 kilometers southwest of Aleppo... [Read More]
Monitors say at least 41 civilians dead in latest offensive; Syrian state news agency says 35 people in government-held areas suffering effects of 'toxic gasses'... [Read More]
Relief workers say the dead include children and medical personnel and that hospitals are 'overwhelmed,' with no additional supplies arriving... [Read More]
New U.S. census data shows incomes for American families rose more than 5 percent in 2015, signaling what analysts are hailing as a turning point... [Read More]
4,000-strong regional protection force approved last month by the United Nations Security Council... [Read More]
Altercations among staffers, reporters make for a rocky start, but presidents later pledge to work more closely on security, trade, health issues... [Read More]
Legendary Mexican singer-songwriter Alberto Aguilera Valadez, known to millions of fans as Juan Gabriel, died Sunday near Los Angeles.  He was 66. Details... [Read More]
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