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The government wants to allow fishing in 80 percent of the country's protected maritime reserves, up from the current 64 percent. [Read More]
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The ring enslaved hundreds of people, dozens of whom were buried in a mass grave near a secret jungle camp in which they had been... [Read More]
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Women in Saudi Arabia must wear an abaya, which covers everything but the face, feet and hands. [Read More]
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The video of the woman, identified online only as "Khulood," prompted a debate on social media soon after it was uploaded to Snapchat and shared... [Read More]
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The clip, and the debate that followed about the strict dress code for women, exposed a rift below the country's tightly controlled surface. [Read More]
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Joined by Israel's prime minister, he said the French alone were responsible for the July 1942 roundup near Paris of Jews who were sent to... [Read More]
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Chisako Kakehi, 70, stunned the room when she admitted poisoning her husband, the latest in a string of partners to have died under suspicious circumstances. [Read More]
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A herd of endangered rhinos fleeing the deadly floods sweeping northern India now faces another threat, wildlife officials said Monday: Poachers are stalking the animals... [Read More]
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Severe flooding since June in Assam State has left scores of animals in Kaziranga National Park in danger, a government official said. [Read More]
It took 70 firefighters and 10 engines three hours to contain the overnight blaze at a popular tourist attraction. No injuries were reported. [Read More]
They likely belonged to top party members. [Read More]
In a hidden treasure room dedicated to celebrating the Third Reich, Argentinian police officers have found a trove of Nazi artifacts. [Read More]
The police said the "situation was under control" after reports of explosions and apossible terrorist attack. [Read More]
Otto Warmbier, a U.S. college student held prisoner in North Korea for more than a year, has been medically evacuated from the reclusive country in... [Read More]
Otto F. Warmbier was a University of Virginia honors student with a passion for travel when he signed up for a five-day tour of North... [Read More]
Held prisoner for more than a year, Mr. Warmbier, 23, was serving a 15-year sentence for trying to steal a propaganda poster. [Read More]
Otto F. Warmbier, an American college student held prisoner in North Korea for more than a year, has been medically evacuated from the reclusive country... [Read More]
The release of Otto F. Warmbier on Tuesday leaves three American citizens known to be detained in the country; all have been accused of "hostile... [Read More]
Held prisoner for 18 months, Mr. Warmbier, 23, was serving a 15-year sentence for trying to steal a propaganda poster. [Read More]
Masaaki Osaka, 67, is accused of killing a police officer during protests in 1971. The authorities said they identified Mr. Osaka through DNA testing. [Read More]
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