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UN chief 'horrified' at buying and selling of African migrants in Libya Wrapping up visit, UN rights chief urges El Salvador to address femicide and abortion ban UN rights chief voices concern about Cambodia election after opposition ban UN envoy urges greater support for Rohingya victims of sexual violence 'Unity, solidarity and collaboration' can turn tide on terrorism, bolster human rights, says UN chief UN rights chief urges DRC authorities to allow peaceful expression of dissent at protests Libya’s detention of migrants ‘is an outrage to humanity,’ says UN human rights chief Zeid UN warns of trafficking, sexual abuse in shadow of Rohingya refugee crisis In wake of ‘Paradise Papers’ leak, UN experts urge States to take action against corporate tax fraud UN advocate vows to give 'visibility' to victims of sexual exploitation and abuse UN concerned over 'unfolding humanitarian emergency' at Australia's offshore processing centre UN report concludes ISIL committed ‘international crimes’ during Mosul battle 'Injustice against journalists costly for society,' says UNESCO chief on International Day UN experts sound alarm on mounting rights concerns in Puerto Rico in wake of Hurricane Maria Citing Uruguay’s commitment to human rights, UN rights chief urges more efforts to tackle violations Action needed to stop violations of LGBT people’s rights worldwide, expert tells UN Don’t let security crisis overshadow human rights situation in DPR Korea – UN expert Crisis in Rakhine 'decades in the making' and reaches beyond Myanmar's borders – UN rights expert UN-Americas action plan seeks to strengthen protection of human rights defenders in region Peru must place human rights at heart of development, urges UN rights chief Interview: Health care is a human right, senior UN official says; urges protection for medical workers Famine can be a war crime and should be prosecuted, says independent UN rights expert UN rights experts urge Iran to immediately release British-Iranian citizen after fresh charges In Blaustein lecture, UN rights chief rebukes notion that multilateralism is a threat in today's world In Blaustein lecture, UN rights chief rebukes notion that multilateralism is a threat in today's world In Balustein lecture, UN rights chief rebukes notion that multilateralism is a threat in today's world Strong civil society can push back against 'major attack' on human rights, says senior UN rights official In Balustein lecture, UN rights chief rebukes notion that multilateralism is a 'threat' in today's world Iran: UN rights experts urge country to halt imminent execution of juvenile Amirhossein Pourjafar UN rights experts urge Iran to halt imminent execution of juvenile Amirhossein Pourjafar General Assembly elects new members to UN Human Rights Council UN General Assembly elects new members to the Human Rights Council UN rights experts urge France to provide safe water, sanitation for migrants in ‘Calais Jungle’ Lift protest ban, protect judiciary and preserve civil society role, UN rights experts urge Kenya Central African Republic: UN Special Adviser condemns incitement of violence and hatred UN rights office 'deeply concerned' over arrests of LGBT people in Azerbaijan, Egypt and Indonesia Human rights challenges in Libya ‘massive, but not insurmountable,’ UN rights chief says after visit Silencing opposition voices threatens Cambodian democracy – UN rights expert Attacks against Rohingya ‘a ploy’ to drive them away; prevent their return – UN rights chief 'The death penalty has no place in the 21st century' – UN chief Guterres Cameroon: UN rights office urges dialogue to address decades-long grievances Cameroon: UN rights office urges meaningful dialogue to address decades-long grievances Switzerland needs to do more to keep ‘dirty money’ at bay, urges UN expert UN agency alarmed by largest influx of Congolese refugees into Zambia in five years UN human rights chief urges probe into violence during referendum in Catalonia UN Human Rights Council wraps current session, adopts texts on Myanmar, Yemen, Burundi In less than two weeks, 72 States sign UN voluntary compact on preventing sexual exploitation and abuse Rohingya refugee crisis a ‘human rights nightmare,’ UN chief tells Security Council 'Time to stamp out human trafficking,' says Guterres; UN pledges action to eradicate 'heinous crime' ‘Time to stamp out human trafficking,’ says Guterres; UN pledges action to eradicate ‘heinous crime’ UN chief welcomes Saudi Arabia’s decision to lift ban on women drivers UN rights office issues business standards on treatment of LGBTI employees; major companies on board Hanging of 42 prisoners in Iraq raises concern over flawed due process – UN rights chief Top UN envoy to Somalia welcomes parliamentary review of media law New UN report details grave human rights violations in Crimea Torture during interrogations not just wrong but also counterproductive – UN rights chief World oblivious to suffering of other minorities in Rakhine, says Myanmar Vice-President UN rights chief urges all States to outlaw discrimination against LGBTI people Growing number of rights defenders facing reprisals for cooperating with UN Concerned at ongoing rights violations in Yemen, UN advisers back call for international probe Over 40 million people caught in modern slavery, 152 million in child labour – UN World leaders pledge to eliminate sexual exploitation and abuse; UN chief outlines course of action World's poor bearing the brunt of global crises, stresses UN rights expert Following Lankesh's murder, UN rights experts urge Indian Government to protect free speech Ongoing tensions pose continued dangers for civilians in eastern Ukraine, notes UN report UN human rights chief points to ‘textbook example of ethnic cleansing’ in Myanmar World needs to move beyond ‘conceptual debate’ and improve protection from atrocities, urges Guterres Syria: UN probe documents use of chemical weapons and other crimes against civilians Burundi: UN independent panel calls for ICC probe into possible crimes against humanity Yemen: UN report urges probe into rights violations amid 'entirely man-made catastrophe' Casualties from cluster munitions double in 2016; Syrians most-affected – UN-backed report Myanmar: UN expert urges efforts to break 'worsening cycle of violence' in Rakhine Syria: Forces battling ISIL 'lose sight of ultimate aim' to free civilians from terror – UN rights chief Forces battling ISIL 'losing sight of ultimate aim' to free civilians from terror – UN rights chief Human rights violations indicate repressive policy of Venezuelan authorities – UN report Syria: UN adviser warns trapped civilians face greater risks as Raqqa fighting intensifies Human rights violations indicate 'repressive policy' of Venezuelan authorities – UN report Myanmar: UN rights chief says violence in Rakhine state 'predictable and preventable' Cambodia: UN human rights wing concerned by media, civil society curbs UN rights office gathering info on air strikes in Yemen; urges protection of civilians UN rights experts criticize US failure to unequivocally reject racist violent events On Day of Remembrance, UN says history of slave trade can help combat social injustice UN body criticizes US failure to unequivocally reject racist violent events Worldwide remembrance of the slave trade 'a tribute to every victim' – senior UNESCO official UN human rights chief welcomes rape law reform in Lebanon, Tunisia, Jordan Justice vital to help Iraqi victims of ISIL's sexual violence rebuild lives – UN report 'No sign of positive evolution' in Burundi, says head of independent UN rights probe Following El Salvador visit, UN right expert urges authorities to protect people from gangs UN rights experts warn new EU policy on boat rescues will cause more people to drown 'Racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism or Islamophobia are poisoning our societies' – UN chief UN rights chief urges Kenyan leaders to act responsibly, avoid further violence UN rights office 'deeply concerned' about deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Gaza UN rights expert urges restraint in security operation in Myanmar's Rakhine state Protecting indigenous peoples' rights 'is protecting everyone's rights' – UN Protecting rights and dignity of indigenous peoples 'is protecting everyone's rights' – UN New UN human rights office to open in Liberia in early 2018 DR Congo: UN report indicates Government participation in ethnic massacres in Kasai ISIL's 'genocide' against Yazidis is ongoing, UN rights panel says, calling for international action Mauritania: UN rights office voices concern about unrest ahead of constitutional referendum DR Congo: UN envoy expresses concern over arbitrary arrests, urges restraint Venezuela: UN rights chief 'deeply concerned' by detention of opposition leaders UN rights experts say fight against racism must be 'unremitting to be successful' Venezuela: UN rights office urges all parties to refrain from violence amid protests over weekend polls Philippines: UN experts urge Government to address spiralling rights violations Human rights defenders in Viet Nam should 'never be treated as criminals,' says UN rights office Tanzania: Attacks on persons with albinism decline; local attitudes must change, UN expert finds In Honduras, senior UN official urges protection of human rights defenders Venezuela: UN rights wing urges calm ahead of controversial weekend polls Despite decline in attacks on persons with albinism, root causes rife in rural Tanzania, UN expert finds War crimes fugitive surrenders to UN peacekeepers in DR Congo; UN advocate urges justice for victims UN expert urges two Koreas to discuss human rights DR Congo: UN rights chief names international investigators on Kasai abuses DR Congo: UN rights chief names international investigators in Kasai abuses Back from visit to Myanmar, independent UN rights expert says situation 'worsening' Sri Lanka: UN chief congratulates government on setting up office of missing persons UN agency seeks $421M to support alternatives for refugees, migrants crossing to Europe Libya: UN rights arm sounds alarm for safety of prisoners at imminent risk of torture UN agency seeks $421 to support alternatives for refugees, migrants crossing to Europe UNESCO chief calls for probe into killing of Honduran video journalist in Mexico UN rights group concludes evaluation of Palestinians living under occupation Civilians continue to bear the brunt of Afghanistan's 'ugly war' – UN report Ahead of Sunday's consultation in Venezuela, UN voices concern for demonstrators Faith central to hope and resilience, highlights UN chief, launching initiative to combat atrocities Ahead of Sunday’s consultation in Venezuela, UN voices concern for demonstrators World loses 'principled champion,' says UN rights chief on death of China's Liu Xiaobo UN human rights expert calls unofficial visit to Belarus ‘first step’ towards cooperation With Mosul reclaimed, accountability key to heal Iraq's 'ISIL wounds' – UN rights chief Recognize tragedy of Srebrenica and ensure such atrocities are never repeated, urges UN chief Reconsider charges against Palestinian human rights defender, UN experts urge Israel Human security approach ‘central’ to achieving sustainable development – UN officials Concerned about Liu Xiaobo, UN rights office urges access to jailed rights defender Rights defenders ‘must not be silenced,’ says UN office, urging Turkey to release activists Spain's eviction violated family's human rights, say UN experts UN experts urge US state of Virginia to halt execution of man with mental disorder UN chief appoints head of panel laying groundwork for possible war crimes probe in Syria Iraq: UN warns against ‘collective punishment’ of population with alleged ISIL ties Venezuela bans Attorney General from leaving country; UN rights office voices concern UN rights chief decries ‘unacceptable attack’ on Al Jazeera and other media Civilian casualties continue to rise in Yemen, warns UN human rights office UN opens international probe into alleged abuses in DR Congo's Kasai provinces Strengthen existing protections to curb negative impact of sanctions, UN rights expert urges EU UN agency condemns killing of two journalists working on assignment in Iraq UN rights chief calls for investigation into 'landscape of horror' in DR Congo's Kasai provinces Addressing economic inequalities key to countering terrorism without fueling racism – UN expert 'Sexual violence is a threat to every individual's right to a life of dignity' – UN chief UN expert urges 'bold action' to address raft of human rights abuses in Eritrea Myanmar: UN expert urges Government to do more to protect rights of all children ‘All of us can and must be prepared to speak out’ to halt abuse of older persons – UN rights expert Independent UN probe reveals 'cruel and brutal nature' of human rights violations in Burundi Head of UN human rights inquiry decries 'disastrous' civilian death toll in Syria UN rights chief urges dialogue among Qatar and countries involved in diplomatic dispute Experts urge support for most marginalized persons with disabilities, as UN forum begins 'Unprecedented' conference on rights of persons with disabilities gets under way at UN Joint African action crucial to protect persons with albinism from violence, highlights UN expert International community must ensure 'endemic' impunity in DR Congo brought to an end – UN rights chief Recent killings in western Mosul indicative of rising war crimes against civilians – UN rights arm Indigenous and environmental rights under attack in Brazil, UN rights experts warn Recent killings in western Mosul indicative of rising atrocities against civilians – UN rights arm Gender-based killings, domestic violence forms of 'arbitrary execution' – UN rights expert Addressing Human Rights Council, UN rights chief decries some States’ lack of cooperation UN rights chief calls for probe into protestor deaths in Bahrain UN human rights chief urges repeal of repressive NGO law in Egypt Bangladesh Navy Searching for About 80 Fishermen Missing Since Cyclone Ohio Sues Drug Makers it Accuses of Fueling Opioid Crisis Afghans Mourn After Massive Truck Bombing Kills 90 In India, Number of Women in Workforce Falls Significantly Chloe Grace Moretz Apologizes for Ad Accused of Body Shaming White House OKs Ethics Waivers to 14 Groups, Individuals Russia Warming Up for FIFA Tournaments Russia Warming Up for FIFA Tournaments Report: Worldwide Terrorism at All-time High Ed Royce: 'US Engagement in Africa More Critical Than Ever' Canada Threatens to Cancel Boeing Order Over Trade Complaint Researcher Engineers Protein-Rich Algae as Meat, Soy Substitute NASA May Build GPS for Space Travel Report: Worldwide Terrorism at All-Time High Lawmakers: US Urgently Needs More Engagement in Africa Senior China Official Gets Life in Prison for $22M in Bribes Refugees Face Post-Asylum Despair in Greece Philippine ‘Friendly Fire’ Killing, Wounding Nearly 20 in Marawi Fight No Agreement Reached as Diplomats Huddle on Venezuela Crisis Stalled Brazilian Odebrecht Projects Decay in Venezuela Activist Seeks Trumps' Help in Freeing Labor Investigators in China Diplomats Struggle to Reach Consensus on Venezuela Crisis Journal Letter Written in 1980 Helped Fuel Opioid Epidemic House Committee Subpoenas Flynn, Cohen; Comey to Testify Big Data Maps India's Human Traffic Hot Spots Cargo Ship Soon Headed to Space Station Is Being Recycled As US Retreats, EU and China Seek Climate Leadership at Summit You Could Be Dancing ... on 'Saturday Night Fever' Disco Floor Investors Push Exxon on Climate Change, Diverge With Trump Angkor Wat Takes Top Spot for Tourist Destination Attacked for Body Parts, Tanzanian Albino Children Get New Limbs in US World Ignores Displaced Africans, Aid Agency Protests In Close Race, Mexico’s Ruling Party Raises Specter of Venezuela DC Roundup: Trump Tweets, Contentious Press Briefings, Senate Hearings Trump Administration Approves Tougher Visa Vetting US Senators Criticize Egypt’s Crackdown on NGOs Refugees Face Post-Asylum Woes in Greece Philippine ‘Friendly Fire’ Kills 11 Soldiers in Marawi Fight Aides of Ivory Coast Parliament Speaker Questioned About Arms Cache UN Chief to Meet Rival Cyprus Leaders in New York Violence, Terror Unceasing During Ramadan Nest Security Camera Knows Who's Home with Google Face Tech Campaigning Begins in Kosovo for June 11 Parliamentary Vote Trump Hails Signing of Deals Worth 'Billions' with Vietnam US EPA Halts Methane Rule for Oil and Gas Industry Tiger Wood's Image Takes Hit But Sponsors Stay Put Al-Shabab Commander Defects to Somali Forces A Guide to Global Warming, Paris Pact and the US Role European Commission Chief Upbraids Trump on Climate Stance Lebanese Ministry Bans 'Wonder Woman' Film over Israeli Actress Aerosmith's Nearing 50 Years But Plans to 'Keep Going' Suspected Drug Traffickers Kill Two Peru Policemen in Ambush Juncker: Death Penalty in Turkey Would Mean End to EU Accession Talks Clinton: False Stories on Facebook Helped Trump Win Election Spelling Aces Advance Toward $40K Prize Mexico's Hotel California Owners Reject the Eagles' Trademark Claims UK Police: Manchester Attacker Bought Most Bomb Parts Himself Nowhere to Go for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh After Cyclone Wrecks Camps Straight Talk Africa IOM Head: People Smugglers Make $35 Billion a Year on Migrant Crisis New Railway Halves Travel Time from Nairobi to Mombasa May 31, 2017 Bahrain Court Orders Dissolution of Last Major Opposition Group At Least 5 Kenyan Police Killed by IED OAS, European Parliament Weigh Venezuela Crisis Exxon Shareholders Approve Call for Climate Impact Report Trump's Loss is Li's Gain as Berlin Rolls Out Red Carpet for China's PM Disruptive Passenger Tries to Enter Cockpit of Malaysia Airlines Flight Syria Opens Its First Solar-Powered Hospital Aiming to Save More Lives Jerry Garcia's Guitar Heads to Auction, Could Fetch $1 Million Migrants Find Poverty, Exclusion in South America's Copper Capital Rosier Economy, Lack of Replacement Give Brazil's Temer a Breather Turkey-Israel Rapprochement Threat to Iranian Ambitions? Questions Linger in Wake of Kabul Attack Vucic Sworn In as Serbia's New President Amid Protests This Day in History: Watergate Leaker 'Deep Throat' Reveals Self in 2005 Pressure Mounts on Refugee Camps as Final Offensive Looms in Mosul Macedonian Lawmakers Face Vote That Could End Stalemate Leftists in Tight Race for Key Mexican State Vote, Polls Show Environmentalists Urge Brazil's President Not to Roll Back Amazon Protection OIE: Congo Reports Outbreaks of Severe Bird Flu in Ituri Gulf Arab Row Rattles Trump's Anti-Iran Axis A Timeline of Major Attacks in Kabul Over the Last Year Florida Dive Boat Captain Bitten on Hand By 'Sea Creature' AP Explains: Kushner and the Back Story of Back Channels NASA Spacecraft Will Aim Straight for Sun Next Year Africa 54 Tennis: Venus Stellar in Paris with Straight Sets Win Over Japan's Nara Man With Weapons, Ammo Arrested at Trump’s Washington Hotel Zuma Ally Sacked to Ease Rifts in South Africa's ANC Trump Assails Congressional Probes of His Campaign's Links to Russia Court Rules Against Kremlin Critic, Orders Graft Allegation Video Deleted USS Vinson, USS Reagan Carrier Strike Groups Conduct Dual Exercises in Sea of Japan Aid Group: South Sudanese Elderly, Disabled Face Additional Risks Deadly Truck Bomb Rocks Kabul More Than 200 Dead in Sri Lanka Floods, Mudslides Tech Show Displays Ways VR, AI Edging into People’s Lives Russia Fires Cruise Missiles at Islamic State in Syria Lawyer Says Independent Journalist Abducted in Georgia Senate Democrats Ask Trump for Answers on China Trademarks Explainer: Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change Trump Admonishes Comedian Kathy Griffin for Posting Gruesome Mock Image of Him Reports: Trump to Pull Out of Paris Climate Agreement US Homeland Security Chief to Visit Haiti Crackdowns Have Indonesian Gay Community on Edge Myanmar to Probe Video That Appears to Show Soldiers Beating People South Sudan General Accused of Using Position to Gain Millions Philippines' Duterte Denounces Chelsea Clinton Over Rape Criticism Study: China Struggles to Kick World-Leading Cigarette Habit China Postpones Portion of Cybersecurity Law Social Media Rushes to Define Trump's 'Covfefe' Tweet Czech Republic Enforces Smoking Ban After Years of Debate Former FBI Special Agent and Author, Ali Soufan, Speaks With Press Conference USA Deadly Truck Bomb Rocks Kabul Russia Fires Cruise Missiles at Islamic State in Syria Deadly Truck Bomb Rocks Kabul More Than 200 Dead in Sri Lanka Floods, Mudslides Tech Show Displays Ways VR, AI Edging into People’s Lives Flynn to Provide Senate Committee Documents in Russia Probe Solar Power Lights Up Syrian Refugee Camp in Jordan Kushner, Merkel Top Questions at Contentious Briefing US Successfully Tests Missile Defense System Amid North Korea Tensions Forget Butterfly Nets; Today's Naturalists Capture Specimens on Phones New Graphene Water Filter Makes Salt Water Drinkable Indications Iran Doubling Down on Use of Proxy Forces Massive Car Bomb Explodes in Afghan Capital Mexico's Top Diplomat Says Venezuela No Longer a Democracy Azeri Dissident, Snatched in Tbilisi, Turns Up in Baku Trump to World Leaders: Call Me Maybe - On My Cellphone Poland Extradites Austrian Accused of Killing Civilians in Ukraine Trump Frustrated by 'Fake News' That Overlooks His Accomplishments US Starts Providing Weapons to Syrian Kurds UN Refugee Agency Cites 5 for Fraud, Threats at Kenya Camp DC Roundup: Trump on Russia, McCain on Russia, WH Staffer Resigns Burundi Paralyzed by Fuel Shortages as Leaders Blame Lack of Dollars Nigeria's Senate Passes Bill to Crackdown on Money Laundering Five Policemen Killed in Mexico Ambush Ahead of Key State Vote Defeat Was a Motivator for Past Spelling Bee Champs Portland Stabbing Suspect Shouts, 'You've Got No Safe Place!' Iowa's Republican Senators: Health Care Law Repeal Unlikely Haley Represents Another Side of 'America First' Policy Snowden Says Democracy Under Threat by Attacks on ‘Fake News’ Brazil's Labor Reform Vote in Senate Put Off Until Next Week Man Probing Ivanka Trump Brands in China Arrested; Two Others Missing Abandoned Budapest Hospital Offers Glimpse into Soviet Past Allegations of Abuse, Mismanagement Shadow Gains Against IS Mexico to Review Rules of Origin to Help NAFTA Renegotiation How 'Wonder Woman' Built a World of Women, Onscreen and Off Vietnam to Sign Deals for Up to $17B in US Goods, Services Turkey at Loggerheads With Allies Over Key Airbase Android Creator Unveils New Phone, Home Assistant Device Self-proclaimed Peacemongers Push India, Pakistan to Talk 'Liar Liar': Sales Boom for Song Lambasting Theresa May Ahead of Election Putin, Saudi Prince Praise Dialogue on Oil, Syria Path Cleared for Congress to Consider US Arms Sale to Riyadh Trump Jump-starts Search for New FBI Chief With Two Interviews Indie Bookstores Hold Steady in Tough US Retail Market Suspect in Portland Commuter Train Attack to Be Arraigned in Court Czech Court: Russian Hacker Can Be Extradited to US or Russia Uganda Rights Officials Note Little Government Action on Abuses Kenyans Forced Off Tea Highlands by British Colonialists Seek Justice Iraqi Forces Begin Final Push in Mosul State Dept. Defends Trump for Not Publicly Mentioning Human Rights in Saudi Arabia Stronger Tobacco-control Measures Vital, WHO Warns Italy's Renzi Says Parties Agree on Proportional Electoral Law Serbia's PM Vucic Steps Down to Assume Presidency Workers Wanted: French Jobs Unfilled Despite High Unemployment WHO Says Time to Stop Ignoring Adolescent Health Court Blocks India's Cow Slaughter Ban Africa 54 Goldman Sachs Criticized for Venezuelan Bond Deal Rights Groups: Threats Against Kenyan Journalists on Rise BA Debacle Puts Spotlight on Airlines' Old IT Systems, Cuts UN: Yemen Now World's Largest Food Insecurity Crisis Scientists ‘Supercharge’ Powerful Antibiotic Cleveland Officer Who Shot Dead 12-year-old Fired Senate Democrats Ask Trump for Answers on China Trademarks Famine Looms in Former Boko Haram Stronghold in NE Nigeria Shaka: Extra Time Ex-Gitmo Inmate Among 6 Detained from French Jihadi Network US Town That Denied Mosque Permit to Pay Islamic Group $3.25M Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen Recently May 30, 2017 Cyprus President Rebukes UN Envoy for Gas Search Comment Woods Was Asleep at Wheel Prior to Arrest, Florida Police Say UN: 200,000 Iraqis Could Flee Mosul in Coming Days Burundi Youth Militia Compares Opposition to Lice in Video Top Sudanese Officials Cancel Planned Egypt Visit Amid Mutual Recriminations South Africa Strips Citizenship from Activist's Killer Amazon's Stock Tops $1,000 for First Time Trade Slowly Returns to Cameroon-Nigeria Border Exercise in a Pill After Everest Bodies Return, Climbers Ask if Risk Acceptable Overlooked and Insidious: Back-bay Flooding Plagues Millions US Home Prices Rising 2 Times Faster Than Wages Report: Banned Islamist Groups in Pakistan Freely Operate on Social Media Justices Will Hear Ohio Appeal Over Purging Voter Rolls Germany Detains Teen Allegedly Planning Berlin Atttack Nigeria's Biafra Separatist Backers Mark 50 Years After War For Turkey's Medical Tourists, Sightseeing and Hair Transplants Could Big Data Help Solve Hunger in Africa? 3 Indian Ruling Party Leaders Charged with Criminal Conspiracy UN Urges Algeria, Morocco to Release Trapped Syrian Refugees Ariana Grande to Perform at Benefit for Manchester Bombing Victims Vatican Scraps Plan for Pope to Go to South Sudan This Year Owner says Three Mile Island Plant to Shut Down in 2019 Car Bombings Kill 24 in Iraq's Capital Two Dead as Cyclone Hits Bangladesh North Korea Declares Latest Missile Test a Success Swell of Philippine Violence Will Rally Support for President As Many as 30 Migrants Feared Dead in Mediterranean Rouhani Faces Pressure to Improve Human Rights in Iran White House Communications Director Resigns UN: Central African Republic Abuses May be Crimes Against Humanity Opponents of Texas Immigration Law Disrupt Legislative Session Storm Hits Bangladesh, Destroying Hundreds of Homes Philippine Military: City Siege was Start of Extremist Plan Scientists Figure Out How Mosquitoes Fly French President Holds 'Extremely Frank' Talks With Russia's Putin Floods, Mudslides Kill 180 in Sri Lanka Former Panama Dictator Manuel Noriega Dies at Age 83 Bomb Kills 13, Hurts 24 in Baghdad; IS Claims Responsibility McCain: Russia, Putin 'Greatest Challenge We Have' Tiger Woods: Alcohol Not Involved in DUI Arrest Trump Sends Mixed Messages During First Foreign Trip Chicago Startup Founded by Military Veterans 'Cultivating Peace' in Afghanistan Car Bombing Kills 13 in Iraq DC Roundup: Memorial Day Events, Trump 'Confidence' in Kushner, Merkel on Ties Moreno: Assange is a 'Hacker' But Will Continue to Receive Haven Trump Says Has 'Total Confidence' in Son-in-law, Key Adviser Kushner Students Tackle Tough US Defense Problems Marking Memorial Day, Trump Notes Ongoing Battle on Terror May 29, 2017 Paris Mayor Says ‘Solution' Found for Black Feminist Event Border Closure Hurts Afghan-Pakistan Produce Trade Garang Widow Asks South Sudan Soldiers to Lay Down Arms Help or Hindrance? Trump's Effect on Midterm Elections South Sudan Holds Trial for Troops Accused of Rape, Murder of Aid Workers US Observes Memorial Day, Honoring Its War Dead Manchester Bomber's Mosque Comes Under Scrutiny Campaigning Starts in Kenya Pakistan Arrests Afghan Women Traveling on Fake Passports In Pictures: US Observes Memorial Day Turkey Escalates Crackdown on Islamic State Tiger Woods Arrested on Drunk Driving Charge Africa 54 Spokesman: Merkel Remains Committed to Strong Trans-Atlantic Ties Congo Approves Use of Ebola Vaccination to Fight Outbreak Paris Black Feminist Festival Draws Threats of Ban, Call for Apology Iraq Paramilitaries Move on Key Town Near Syrian Border British Airways, Iberia Travelers Face 3rd Day of Delays, Cancellations Japan Public Split on Idea to Cite Military in Constitution Popular Chinese Lesbian Dating App Removed From Internet Warplanes Carry Out 3 Strikes on Libya's Derna, Witness Says Indonesia Names Islamist Leader a Suspect in Pornography Case India's Limits on Selling Cattle Could Hurt Industry, Diets China Will Still Like the Philippines Despite Reported War Threat Back from Major Trip, Trump Confronts Intensified Russia Probe Indian Government-Owned Rail Network Hires 23 Transgender People Turkish Officers on Trial for Planning Istanbul Leg of Coup Spokesman: Merkel is a 'Deeply Convinced Atlanticist' Germany to Host Ukraine Talks in Berlin Trump Sends Mixed Messages During First Foreign Trip World Marks 100th Anniversary of JFK's Birth Drought, Displacement Impacting Somali Children Philippine Forces Make Gains in Southern City Under Siege Attack on a US Train Brings Statements Against Hate New French President Promises Tough Talk at First Putin Meeting DC Roundup: Trump Returns From Europe, G-7 Climate Talks, Russia Probe UK Police Nabs 15th Person in Manchester Bomb Probe Memorial Day - Remembrance, Honor Hailing Back to US Civil War North Korea Test-fires Another Ballistic Missile Takuma Sato First Japanese Driver to Win Indianapolis 500 Norway Demands Return of Funds From Palestinian Authority Memorial Day, America's Solemn Holiday of Remembrance Back Home, Trump Assails News Reports of White House Turmoil 8 Killed in Mississippi Shooting Rampage Egypt Blocks Financial Newspaper Website, Widening Media Blackout Al-Shabab Stones Man to Death in Somalia Back From Major Trip, Trump Confronts Intensified Russia Probe Swedish Satire Takes Top Prize at Cannes 'Biofortified’ Seeds Can Help Combat Malnutrition UK Police Arrest 14th Person in Connection with Manchester Attack Merkel: Europe Must Stay United in Face of Ally Uncertainty Survivors of Egypt Christian Bus Attack Recount Horror NWHF Pays Tribute to Women for Their Achievements US Considering Laptop Ban on All International Flights South African Ruling Party Debates Fate of President Iraq's Iran-backed Paramilitary Advances Towards Syria Border May 28, 2017 Families of 5 Bahrainis Say Burial of Loved Ones Without Their Consent a Crime British Airways Is 'Near-Full Operation' After Computer Failure Europe Left Uneasy by Trump's Message Foreign Firms Seek a Fair Shot at China's New Silk Road Projects Pope says Egyptian Copts Killed by IS Were 'Martyrs' Philippines Pounds Militants As Civilians Found Shot Dead Sources: Iran to Bankroll Pro-Government Militia Fighters in Syria Trump Assails News Media Accounts of White House Turmoil India-Controlled Kashmir Under Strict Curfew to Quell Protests Computers Not Fully Up, But British Airways to Resume Flights Britain Enlisting Tech Companies in Fight Against Terrorism Nearly 100 Afghan Soldiers Killed in a Week Europe Left Uneasy About Trump's Message Congo Militiamen Free One French, 3 Congolese Mine Workers Sri Lankans Rush to Help Victims of Floods, Mudslides; Death Toll Climbs Philippine Police Find Executed Civilians, Blame Rebels Judge Tosses Benghazi-Related Suit Against Clinton ‘Free Supermarket’ to Highlight Australia’s Multibillion Dollar Food Waste Zika Detected in India for First Time Bangladesh Reinstalls Lady Justice Statue Near Supreme Court Sri Lankans Rush to Help Victims of Floods, Mudslides Opposition Stirs to Stop Refinery Near Roosevelt National Park US Military Veterans Trying to 'Cultivate Peace' in Afghanistan, Where They Served Medical Tourism on the Rise in Turkey Syrian Civilians Flee Towns Hit by Coalition Airstrikes After UK, Egypt Attacks, Libya Seen as Militants' Haven Italy Still Isolated in Shouldering Migration Crisis After G-7 Gregg Allman, Star of Southern Rock, Dies at Age 69 Tillerson Declines to Host Ramadan Event at State Department Long Shunned By Foreigners, Iran Looks to Tourism to Boost Ailing Economy Migrants' Mediterranean Travails Are Backdrop for G-7 Talks in Sicily Dozens of Cypriots Call for Reunification With Linked Arms Report: Trump Tells 'Confidants' US Will Leave Paris Climate Deal As Threat Level Lowered, Manchester Holds First Big Event Since Monday’s Attack Suspect in Portland Stabbing Held ‘Racist, Extremist Beliefs’ Sergio Bendixen, Latino Polling Pioneer, Dies in Miami Two Influential Somali Clerics Reject Violence as Ramadan Begins Baseball Star Jim Bunning, Former US Senator, Dead at 85 Iraqi Forces Begin Bid to Take Final IS Enclave in Mosul Mother of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Killed in Boat Accident Some Are Troubled by US-China Ties in Arts and Education Two Documentaries Tell Different Stories About Refugee Issue Four to Stand Trial for Beating Death of Somali Cab Driver in Pittsburgh Women-only Screenings Planned for 'Wonder Woman' Iran's Supreme Leader: Saudi Arabia is 'Cow Milked' by US Scuffles Break Out, Tear Gas Fired at End of G-7 Protest Biafran Secessionist Movement Grows Stronger in Nigeria Manchester Bombing, Massacre in Egypt Trigger Intense Fighting in Libya