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- George W. Bush opens up on Trump's war with the media, Russi
- Spies are 'plotting' to take down Donald Trump, says former
- Washington prepares to bring North Koreans to US for talks:
- Scientists to repeat 19th-century ship's crossing of polar i
- Russia seeks pragmatic US ties and "post-West" world order
- Pictures of 'Swooning' Ivanka Trump and Justin Trudeau Go Vi
Banco Nacional de Mexico- Mexico's National Bank in "Mexico City".
TRUMP EFFECT: Japanese auto parts maker drops Mexico plan due to Trump
- 'Oui on peut': 40,000 sign petition for Barack Obama as next
- New deputy UN chief to be sworn in on Tuesday
- World Rugby to consider review of ruck laws after England-It
- Netherlands Defence Chief Visits NZ
- EU member states approve visa-free travel for Georgia
- Turkey to help upgrade hospitals
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Gerald Kaufman, UK's longest-serving lawmaker, dies at 86
Asia Middle East
- S. Korea formally signs land swap deal with Lotte for THAAD
- China's financial regulators keep lid on emergent risks
- Man stabs nephew, surrenders
- Clouds to shield city during day, nights to get warmer
- Nippon Life makes first overseas project finance loan
- Nikkei rises after U.S. stocks gain before Trump's speech
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Gulf states ‘are at risk of cyber attacks’
- Iranians welcome Farhadi’s Oscar for best foreign film
- State Department Deletes Tweet Congratulating Iranian Direct
- Pentagon sends White House plan to defeat Islamic State
- Life after Gitmo: A tale of two Afghan friends
- UN refugee agency sounds alarm on spike in number of South S
- Tunisia attack survivor: 'I've had the same nightmare 50 tim
ISOF APC on the street of Mosul, Northern Iraq, Western Asia. 16 November, 2016.
Mosul battle: Kurdish reporter Shifa Gardi killed in Iraq
South America Africa
- Chilean homes without water; 3 dead, 19 missing in floods
- Deadly mudslides ravage Chile
- Dancers dress as devil in popular Argentina carnival
- Chile presidential hopeful Pinera blasts opponents' campaign
- Colombia pushes to stop China from executing drug smuggler
- U.S. wheat, corn, soybeans fall after firming overnight
Performers from the Beija Flor samba school parade during Carnival celebrations at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
Carnival float crushes spectators at Rio samba parade, 20 hurt
- Tunisia attack inquest: British holidaymaker who went back
- Kenyan mango farmers eye China sales
- Islamic State forced Philippine nurses to give medical train
- Desperate migrants escape Libya 'hell'
- Four inspiring acceptance speeches from African Americans af
- Guinea president fires ministers after deadly protests
File - Nigeria’s representative addresses the Council to consider the situation in the Lake Chad Basin region of Africa, comprising north-eastern Nigeria and parts of Cameroon, Chad and Niger
Donors pledge $672m at Oslo summit to avert famine in Nigeria and Lake Chad
Australia Caribbean
- Giuseppe Serafino didn't know drugs were 'such a big crime'
- Oscars mistake sparks brand crisis for PwC
- The Australian government should stand by women impacted by
- Dog taken by shark at Sydney beach prompts warning
- You don't have to actually work for Rupert Murdoch to make a
- Big tourism must demand action to save the reef – its busine
Nicole Kidman, left, and Keith Urban arrive at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Oscars 2017: What's up with Nicole Kidman's hand clap?
- Poor Cuban artist makes good with scrap, humor
- Cuban cigar sales rise, defying flat luxury goods market
- Fonterra’s Brands Set to Delight Consumers in Puerto Rico
- Tanner Roark to start for Team USA March 11 against Dominica
- England on form in the Caribbean, but injuries give the tour
- US Coast Guard unloads major drug haul in Puerto Rico
A South Korean soldier stands near the propaganda loudspeakers near the border area between South Korea and North Korea in Yeoncheon, South Korea, Friday, Jan. 8, 2016. South Korea retaliated for North Korea's nuclear test with broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rival's tense border Friday, believed to be the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Dominican Republic: Two radio journalist shot dead mid-broadcast
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