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The National Society Investment Alliance Pompeo On High Stakes Visit To Saudi Arabia Both Parties Agree Trump Drives the Midterms Archeologists Search for Ancient City in Bamyan Iconic 'Black Power' Salute at Olympics Marks 50th Anniversary Blind Athlete Achieves Dream: Hiking Grand Canyon Trump Praises Response to Hurricane Michael Probe of Missing Saudi Journalist Brings Consulate Search, US Secretary of State Visit Both Parties Agree - Trump Drives the Midterms Blind Athlete Achieves Dream: Hiking Grand Canyon Australian PM Considering Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital UN asks Saudis to respond to RSF concern about Khashoggi Vietnam: Second trial brings blogger’s total prison sentence to nine years RSF backs Bangladeshi media protest against digital security law WHO Convenes Emergency Meeting on Congo's Ebola Outbreak What Approach to Take on North Korean Sanctions? HRW Says Bauxite Mining Boom in Guinea Threatens Locals Three-Way Talks Begin on Disarming Key Part of Korean Border Syria: Residents Blocked From Returning Iran: Arrests, Harassment of Baha’is China: Children Caught in Xinjiang Crackdown Lesbian Film 'Rafiki' May Change Kenya Forever Joint Letter Calling for Investigation of Attack on CHRR and Other Human Rights Defenders Memorializing Matthew Shepard Syria: Residents Blocked From Returning Submission on Tajikistan to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Letter to Curaçaoan and Dutch Authorities on Venezuelan Asylum Seekers Tokyo’s ‘Olympic’ LGBT Non-Discrimination Law The Netherlands Should Protect Venezuelan Refugees Letter to Curaçaoan and Dutch Authorities on Venezuela Asylum Seekers Rural Women and Girls Sidelined Facebook to Ban Misinformation on Voting in Upcoming US Elections Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65 Iran's Growing Influence in Syria Sparks Concern Judge Tosses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit Against Trump Trump Administration Aims to Force Drug Companies to List Prices in Ads Gambia Launches Truth and Reconciliation Commission Pakistan's Fencing of Afghan Border Remains Source of Mutual Tensions Washington Catholic Archdiocese Names 28 Former Clergy Who Committed Abuse Caution, Cancellations, Protests as Concerns Grow on China's Belt and Road Russian Orthodox Church Cuts Ties With Global Orthodox Leadership Rural Women and Girls Sidelined European Populism Takes a Left Turn in Spain Zimbabwe's Government Says Worst of its Economic Woes is Over October 15, 2018 US Budget Deficit Hits Six-Year High Germany Deports Accomplice of 9/11 Attacks to Morocco American Pastor's Hometown Greets His Release From Turkish Prison Native Americans Decry Supreme Court Ruling on Voter ID in North Dakota Researchers Find Bright Sides to Some Invasive Species Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Could Have Murdered Saudi Journalist Uganda Hopes Kanye West, Kardashian Visit Boosts Tourism Trump Reiterates 'No Deal' with Turkey for Pastor's Release Bangladesh Newspaper Editors Protest Digital Security Law Keino Given More Time to Report to Police in Corruption Case US Military Airstrike in Somalia Kills 4 al-Shabab Fighters Global Warming to Leave Us Crying in Our Costlier Beer Africa 54 US Designates Hezbollah, 4 Other Groups as Top Threats Street Clashes in Comoros Over Presidential Term Extension Russia: Sochi blogger’s rights systematically violated during trial In Malta, RSF urges PM Muscat to establish an immediate public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination EU: Oppose Hungary’s Rejection of EU Values Le Mali aura bientôt sa politique nationale enseignante : avis aux médias (in French) Journée internationale de l’alphabétisation : l’UNESCO et le gouvernement malien célèbrent l’édition 2018 (in French) Trump in Florida to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage Warren DNA Test Shows Evidence of Native American Ancestry Germany's Old Political Guard Suffers Another Setback Germany Deporting Convicted 9/11 Suspect to Morocco Why More Americans Are Moving to Smaller Cities Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Could Have Murdered Missing Saudi Journalist Hopes for Brexit Deal Foiled by Irish Border Issue Iceland Seeks Financial Crash Closure with Last Prosecution Kanye West Meets Uganda's President, Gifts Pair of Sneakers Trial Starts on Claim Harvard Discriminates against Asian-Americans Market Can Cope with Push for Zero Iranian Oil Sales, Says US Envoy Why the Midterm Election is on Diaspora Media's Radar 13 Dead as Flooding Hits Southwestern France Key Syrian Border Crossings Reopen Prince Harry and Meghan Expecting their 1st Child in Spring Jamal Khashoggi’s ‘Disappearance’ Highlights Growing Threat to Journalists Warren DNA Analysis Points to Native American Heritage Why Diaspora Media Riveted by US Midterm Campaign Hurricane Recovery Expected to Take Years Uganda Weighs Privacy Rights vs. Crime Women-Owned Startup Aims for Cleaner Hands and a Healthier Planet Turkish and Saudi Leaders Discuss Khashoggi Disappearance Trump to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage Why the Midterm Election is on the Diaspora Media's Radar World Oil Prices Help Vietnam Expand an Already Fast-Growing Economy Honduran Migrant Caravan Grows as it Moves Toward the US Sears Files for Chapter 11 Amid Plunging Sales, Massive Debt RSF requests more protection for journalists ahead of Afghan elections UK: Amend Flawed Counterterrorism Bill Artificial Intelligence Can Help Fight Global Hunger Koreas Resume High-Level Talks as Moon Presses for Sanction Relief Syria: A year after Raqqa, US-led Coalition’s ongoing denials an insult to survivors Mosul: New physical rehabilitation centre gives hope to amputees Head of S.Korea's Ruling Party Says Pope Wishes to Visit N.Korea: Yonhap Trump Says Climate Change Is Not a Hoax Chinese Envoy Says US Charge of Election Interference 'Groundless' Immigrants Face Hurdles to Prove Abuse by US Agents Pakistan's Islamist Party Warns Government of Countrywide Protests on Blasphemy Verdict State TV broadcasts in Syria's east for 1st time in years Bavarian Voters Punish Merkel Allies in State Election More Fallout from Disappearance of Saudi Journalist Syrian Jihadists Signal Acceptance of Idlib Deal Nicaragua Police Arrest 20, Use Stun Grenades to End Anti-govt Demo Somalia Marks One Year After Deadliest Terrorist Attack ICRC Urges Nigerian Militants to Free Abducted Healthcare Workers Trump Suggests Defense Chief Could Leave Hurricane Michael's Devastation: Reality Is Overwhelming October 14, 2018 IOM: Committee Empowers Rohingya Refugee Women in Pursuit of Aid Hurricane's Chaos, Destruction Prompts Residents to Take Action MSF Urges Australia to Evacuate Refugees from Offshore Detention Centers Iran's President Seeks to Downplay US Oil Sanctions Children in Ebola-Affected DRC Return to School Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations Prominent Human Rights Activist Briefly Held by Pakistan Authorities Saudis Rebuff Trump Threat of Sanctions for Missing Journalist Red Cross Urges Nigerian Militants to Spare 2 Health Workers UK's Ex-Brexit Chief Urges Cabinet to Rebel against PM May Nigeria: With 24-hour deadline looming, ICRC makes urgent public appeal to release endangered healthcare workers El Salvador’s Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI Become Saints Migrant Truck Crash Kills 22 in Turkey Navalny Released; Detained Twice in Two Months Residents Work to Clear Destruction Left by Hurricane Michael Somalia Marks 1 Year Since Devastating Mogadishu Bombing Saudi Stocks Drop after Trump Threat over Missing Writer Buffer Zone Brings Fragile Calm to Syria's Rebel-Held Idlib 'Getting the Scare:' Behind the Scenes in Maryland Haunted Forest Pope to Canonize El Salvador’s Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI 3 Arrested in New York Violence After Far-Right Speech 15 Migrants Killed When Truck Plunges into River in Turkey Bodies of 9 Climbers Pulled From Nepal Peak Mosul: new physical rehabilitation center gives hope to amputees Vietnam Wants to Go Hollywood Cambodia to Again Search for US Vietnam War Dead Trump: McConnell ‘Kentucky Tough’ in Kavanaugh Fight Changed Climate Blamed for Barracudas Settling in Colder Waters Venezuela Economic Crisis Leaves Kids Without Food Could Plants be the Last Straw for Plastic? Report: Kushner Likely Paid Little, No US Taxes for Years Report: N. Irish Party Leader Calls No-Deal Brexit 'Likeliest' Scenario Battles Over Safe Ebola Burials Complicate Work in DRC California Braces for Powerful Winds, Wildfire Danger Report: Kushner Likely Paid Little, No US Income Taxes for Years Merkel’s Allies in Bavaria Brace for Election Losses Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire Again Spews Ash, Lava Two Blasts in Somali Town Kill at Least 15 Crowbars, Cadaver Dogs Used in Search for Michael's Victims Pope Defrocks 2 Chilean Ex-Bishops for Abusing Minors Death Toll in Afghanistan Election Rally Blast Climbs to 22 Honduran Migrants Trek North as US Calls for Tighter Borders Trump Pessimistic About Fate of Missing Saudi Journalist Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 17 Newly Freed Pastor Meets Trump 13 Dead in Afghan Election Rally Blast Trump: 'Severe Punishment' for Saudi Arabia if Journalist Was Killed by Saudis Taliban, US Agree to Sustain Direct Dialogue on Afghan Peace Report: White House Seeks New Approach on Family Separations at Border WFP: Climate Change to Accelerate World Hunger UNICEF: Armed Militia in NE Nigeria Releases 833 Child Soldiers 8 Climbers Dead on Nepal Mountain, Ninth Missing 11 Migrants Killed When Smuggler’s Car Crashes in Greece Survival Mode Kicks in After Hurricane Michael Hits Small Town Survival Mode Kicks in After Hurricane Michael Hits Small Town Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 16 IMF Urges US and China to De-escalate Tariff Wars US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade Eating Roadkill in WV: A Controversial Tradition That Makes Locals Proud How Wine Corks Help Fight Global Warming 'Women of Troy: Voices From Afghanistan' an Afghan, American Collaboration US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Gather to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade Using CT Scans to Predict Heart Attacks Eight Climbers Dead on Nepal Mountain, Ninth Missing Why Taiwan Will Send Tech Guru to APEC in November Reports: Saudi Journalist May Have Recorded His Own Death Mexican Police Arrest Suspect in Trafficking Along US Border Matthew Shepard’s Murder Haunts Wyoming 20 Years Later Peru’s Groundbreaking Legislation Gives Equality of Choices to People with Disabilities Candidates Need to Speak Up against Violence in Brazil Peru’s Groundbreaking Legislation Gives Equality of Choices to People with Disabilities Medical Experts Call to Defer Unnecessary Intersex Surgeries Innovative app to help people cope with natural hazards UNESCO launches #RightToEducation campaign Trump Vows to Unearth Truth About Khashoggi Disappearance Moscow Calls Independent Ukrainian Church US-Backed 'Provocation' Afghan Charlie Chaplin Overlooks Threats for People’s Happiness 'First Man' Shows Personal Sacrifice, High Risk of Apollo 11 Mission Pennsylvania GOP Candidate Threatens to ‘Stomp’ Rival’s Face (Im)migration News Recap, Oct. 6-13 Life-Sized Plastic Whale to Raise Ocean Pollution Awareness Bill Cosby Switches Up Legal Team with Appeal Looming US Security Adviser Bolton Vows Tougher Approach to China US Envoy to UN: Israel, Syria to Reopen Golan Crossing Pentagon Investigating Cyber Breach of Some Travel Records Plugged In With Greta Van Susteren: Stuart Eizenstat Report: US Envoy, Taliban Meet in Qatar Trump Administration Steps in to Kill Police Reform Plan UN Worker Among Sharp Increase in DRC's Ebola Caseload Right-wing Brazil Candidate Commits to Free Press After Calling It ‘Trash' Analyst Looks at Democrats' House, Senate Prospects Iran’s Death Penalty Laws Failing Children Human Rights Council election: 5 things you need to know about it Insecurity Undermining Ebola Control Efforts in DRC Philippines Stays in Rights Council, Despite Deadly Drug Crackdown O'Rourke Raises Record $38.1M in Texas Senate Race 'First Man' Shows Sacrifice, Risk of Apollo 11 Mission Nigerian Militia Group Released 833 Youths, UN Says US Arms Makers Express Concern to Trump Administration Over Saudi Deals Second Space Telescope Shuts Down, NASA Says Venezuelan Doctors on US Navy Mission to Help Compatriots Continuing incarceration of women’s rights activists in Saudi Arabia, ‘reprehensible’: UN experts Freed American Pastor Arrives at Home in Turkey October 12, 2018 Princess Eugenie Weds in Peter Pilotto Dress, Queen's Tiara Facebook: Hackers Accessed 29M Accounts - Fewer Than Thought Sprint Legend Usain Bolt Hits First Goals in Football Bid Saudis Face Business Backlash After Journalist Disappears Mbappe Is Time Magazine's 'Future of Soccer' Kenyan Banks, Military Implicated in S. Sudan Money Laundering UNHCR: Australia Must Evacuate 1,400 Refugees for Medical Care Protesters' Arrests Seen Fueling Zimbabwe Crisis RSF calls on Madagascar to stop censoring media RSF and Fundamedios welcome US asylum ruling in favor of Cuban journalist Serafin Moran Santiago South Africa: Alleged perpetrators in “looting” of poor people’s money must be held accountable UNESCO Director-General attends Francophonie Summit in Yerevan, Armenia Australia urged to evacuate offshore detainees amid widespread, acute mental distress UN chief praises Malaysia’s death penalty repeal as ‘major step forward’ UN welcomes ‘milestone’ release of 833 Nigerian children from anti-Boko Haram force China Says in 'Communication' Amid Report of Trump-Xi Meet Florida: Too Soon for Homeowners to Return to Disaster Zone Is 2018 the Year of the Angry College-Educated Woman? Film Academy Honors 19 Student Filmmakers Alaska Natives to Congress: Expand Violence Against Women Act Harvard Bias Trial to Spotlight Use of Race in College Admissions American Pastor Arrives Home in Turkey Rights Group Criticizes US-Led Coalition for Raqqa Deaths Melania Trump Says She Loves Trump, Ignores Cheating Rumors 'Winter Is Coming': Indonesia Warns World Finance Leaders Over Trade War Candidate Resigns Amid Controversy Over Parkland Comments Global Stocks Climb Following Two Days of Sharp Losses Death Toll From Hurricane Michael Climbs to 11 Trudeau: Canada Will Maintain Human Rights Pressure on Saudis Africa 54 Macron: It's Unclear Who in Iran Ordered French Bomb Plot Human Rights Concerns Persist in Eritrea, Months After Peace Deals The ICRC’s response to the needs of vulnerable migrants Kenya: Helping Margaret find her parents Lebanon: How Samir’s life was injected with health and happiness Des formateurs en filière « menuiserie bois » prêts pour enseigner en langue nationale wolof (in French) Innovative app to help people cope with natural hazards American Pastor on Trial in Turkey Political Fallout From Kavanaugh Could Impact Midterms Bitter Battle Over Kavanaugh Adds Fuel to Midterm Showdown Climb for Albinism: 6 Women Challenge Stereotypes on Africa's Highest Peak Climb for Albinism: 6 Women Challenge Stereotypes on Africa’s Highest Peak Pope Francis Accepts Cardinal Wuerl's Resignation Hundreds Attend Funeral of Slain Bulgarian Journalist Queen Elizabeth's Granddaughter Marries in Grand Royal Wedding South African Anti-Apartheid Veteran Tutu Discharged From Hospital Princess Eugenie Marries in Grand Royal Wedding Lessons After Threats Drive US Black Legislator to Quit House Seat Suddenly in Play After Trump Backer's Indictment Malawi Female Chief Battles Underage Marriages Belarus: Tajik Soccer Player Faces Extradition Pik Botha, Apartheid-Era Minister, Dies in South Africa Execs Suspend Ties With Saudi Arabia After Journalist Disappears US Pastor Back in Court for Spying, Terror Trial Russia Space Agency: Astronauts Will Likely Fly in Spring Dozens Die in Uganda Mudslides Caused by Heavy Rains In Black Neighborhoods, Trump’s Economic Boasts Ring Hollow International Symposium on "Healing the Wounds of Slavery: Towards Mutual Recovery" International Day of the Girl Child : The General-Director will assign symbolically to a young girl the responsibility to represent her at UNESCO Japan Dials Up Pressure on China Over Southeast Asian Sea Trump Reluctant to Suspend Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Over Disappeared Journalist Florida Assesses Damage After Hurricane Michael Central African Republic: Rebels Executing Civilians IMF: Pakistan Submits Request for Emergency Lending Czech Transgender Sterilization Law Violates Right to Health Kazakhstan: Persons with mental disabilities denied equal rights under repressive ‘guardianship’ system Women´s Work for Free in Brazil UN: Philippines, Eritrea Don’t Belong on Rights Council Video: #WhereisJamal Candidates Need to Speak Up against Violence in Brazil International Day of the Girl Video Africa: Educated Girls Crucial for Skilled Workforce Egypt: An Account of Alleged Torture in Secret Detention International Day of the Girl Child: the Director-General assigns symbolically to a young girl the responsibility to represent her at UNESCO National Capacity-building Workshop on the Prevention of Violence Extremism through Education in South Sudan International Day of the Girl Child: the Director-General assigns symbolically to a young girl the responsibility to represent her at UNESCO Court Case Looks at Detention of Immigrants Who Served Time for Crimes Report: Turkey Says it Has Recordings of Saudi Journalist’s Killing Source: Trump’s Lawyers Preparing Answers to Mueller’s Questions Doctors Warn of Global C-Section ‘Epidemic’ China’s Exports, Imports Grow, as Does Trade Surplus With US Pence Promises US Backing for Central America if Borders Strengthened Georgia Lawsuit Latest Blow in US Fight Over Voting Rights Belarus: Tajik Soccer Player Faces Extradition Amnesty Accuses US of Rights Violations on Mexico Border Mudslide Kills 12 People in Central Colombia Dozens of Taliban Join Government Forces in E. Afghanistan Report: Russian Free-Speech Crackdown Intensified Since 2012 Facebook Deletes Hundreds of Pages, Accounts for Spreading Fake News US-Russian Space Crew Makes Emergency Landing After Rocket Problem NGO Launches Campaign to Empower South Sudanese Girls Ukrainian Orthodox Church Wins Independence From Moscow Who is Jamal Khashoggi? Experts See Scant Progress From Pompeo's North Korea Trip US-Russian Space Crew Makes Emergency Landing Kid Rock Comes to White House as Trump Signs Royalty Bill Pentagon Grounds Global Fleet of F-35s After Crash Sense of Impunity Emboldens Autocrats to Get Rid of Enemies UN Committee Blasts Saudi Arabia on Yemen Child Deaths Amid Violence, Brazil Presidential Candidates Call for Calm France Summons Venezuela Ambassador Over 'Suspicious' Death Taliban to Let Red Cross Resume Afghan Relief Operations Turkey-US Relations at Pivotal Point Amid Speculation on US Pastor Musk Rejects Report on Succession at Tesla Haley Gets Praise for South Sudan Arms Embargo Pakistan's Ahmadi Muslims Fear Renewed Discrimination Bangladesh set to win seat on UN‘s top human rights body, despite abuses Bahrain set to win seat on UN‘s top human rights body, despite abuses Cameroon set to win seat on UN‘s top human rights body, despite abuses Mali not fulfilling its ‘sovereign role’ in protecting its people: UN human rights expert Cameroon's Election Body Reviewing Petitions to Cancel Presidential Poll Real Madrid Sues Newspaper That Said It Forced Ronaldo to Settle Arkansas Supreme Court Upholds Revised Voter ID Law Harvey Weinstein Wins Dismissal of One Criminal Charge Africa 54 Researchers: Human Toll of South Sudan War 'As Bad As Iraq or Syria' Trump Says Won't Fire Fed Chief, Just Disappointed #MeToo Fund Hits Million Mark to Fight UK Harassment Singapore Airlines Launches Longest Commercial Flight Royal Wedding Redux: This Time It's Princess Eugenie Missouri Appeals Ruling That Blocked Part of Voter Photo ID Who Are Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank? Top Trump Economic Adviser Denies President Is Pressuring Fed Malaysia to End Death Penalty and Sedition Act WHO Cracks Down on Illicit Sale of Tobacco African Billionaire Abducted in Tanzania October 11, 2018 Peace and leadership training for young people in preparation for the 2019 presidential elections in Senegal (in French) Algeria must stop arbitrary expulsion of West African migrants in desert: UN migration rights expert Saudi Arabia must halt air strikes in Yemen, says UN panel US Companies Affected by Trump Tariffs Grapple With Uncertainty Experts: Urbanization Will Spread Housing Crisis Worldwide For the Next Big Thing in Tech, Look to Africa? For the Next Big Thing in Tech, Look to … Africa? Experts: Urbanization Will Worsen Housing Crisis BMW Ramps up Investment in China to Meet Electric Demand Rate of New Ebola Cases in DRC Has Doubled Since September Ex-Bosnia Army Commander, 16 Others Charged With War Crimes China Says Accusations Against Alleged Spy 'Out of Thin Air' Zimbabwe Arrests Protest Organizers As Economy Plunges Melania Trump Says She's One of Most Bullied People in the World International Students Can Use US Investor Visa to Gain Green Card Indian Defense Minister in Paris Amid Jet Deal Controversy Italy's PM Visits Ethiopia and Soon Eritrea to Support Peace Judge Wants Sentencing for Manafort Before Cooperation Ends Trump: US Investigators Probe Khashoggi's Disappearance in Turkey Ex-FBI Official Says His Book Has Been Delayed by FBI Review Missouri Man Charged With Illegal Circumcision of 2 Teens American Revolution Museum Honors Filmmaker Ken Burns Trump Voices Optimism About Republican Election Chances Eritrea set to win seat on UN ‘s top human rights body, despite abuses The Philippines set to win seat on UN ‘s top human rights body, despite abuses Somalia set to win seat on UN’s top human rights body, despite abuses Saudi Arabia: Reveal Fate of Jamal Khashoggi Women and War Director-General condemns murder of newspaper journalist Mario Gómez in Mexico US-Russian Space Crew Makes Emergency Landing Bloomberg Rejoins Democrats, Signals Interest in Presidential Bid Police: Trump's UK Visit Used 10,000 Officers, Cost $24M Century-Old American Art Form Alive and Tapping Century-Old American Art Form Alive and Tapping Obama Foundation Aims to Boost Girls Education Worldwide Israel Says it Destroyed a Hamas Tunnel Stretching From Gaza Trump, Kanye West to Have White House Lunch Florida Eyes Turn to Cleanup After Powerful Hurricane Michael Losses on Wall Street Rip Through Asian Financial Markets Astronauts Make Emergency Landing After Rocket Failure USNS Comfort Hospital Ship on Humanitarian Mission in South America Economic Experts Pessimistic on South Korean Turnaround Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO to work with Indonesia following Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami Trump Calls Stock Sell-Off 'A Correction,' Says Federal Reserve is 'Crazy' Hurricane Michael Slams into Florida, Charges into Southeast New Indonesia Quake Kills 3 in Java Village, Shakes Bali US Oil Exec: Corporations Should ‘Do Our Part’ on Climate Change Trump, Erdogan Urged to Demand Saudi Arabia Account for Journalist's Disappearance Alzheimer's Research Focuses on Healthy Older People to Prevent the Debilitating Disease Time to End Stigma Around Disabilities in Russia Iran: Environmentalists Languish in Jail The Intersex Guidelines Doctors Have Been Waiting For México: violencia y opacidad dominaron sexenio de Peña New Americas Treaty Boosts Environmental Rights Speak Out to Protect Bulgaria’s Women Despite China-Vatican Agreement, Many Chinese Worry About Religious Freedom Croatia: End Confinement of People with Disabilities Limousine Service Operator Charged in Crash that Killed 20 Peru Opposition Leader Fujimori Held in Corruption Inquiry Senators Call for US Probe of Saudi Arabia in Khashoggi Case 'President' For a Day, Schoolgirl in Paraguay Shines Light on Violence, Equality Bezos’ Blue Origin, Others Get $2.3 Billion in US Rocket Contracts Israel Defends Treatment of Detained US Student Reagan Back on Campaign Trail — as Hologram Hurricane Michael Weakens to Category 1 Storm S. Korea Considers Lifting Some Sanctions on N. Korea Aide to Brazil’s Presidential Front-Runner Faces Fraud Probe Africa: Educated Girls Crucial for Skilled Workforce Six-Month Sentence for Man Who Sold Bank Accounts to Russians Dow Drops 800-Plus Points as US Stocks Dip Sharply US Air Force Secretary: Chinese Military Threat Requires More Tanker Squadrons Blackwater Founder Meets With Afghan Powerbrokers, Aims to Privatize War US Charges Chinese Spy Over Aviation Secrets FBI Says Man Planned to Bomb National Mall on Election Day Turkey's Anti-Inflation Moves Unnerve Investors Canada Prepares for Legalized Marijuana Trump Trashes Democrats' Medicare for All Plan in Op-Ed Guam Seeks Native-Only Vote on US Relationship Charges against Baha’i in Yemen must be dropped: UN experts urge release of detainees Straight Talk Africa UN Demands Probe Into 'Shocking' Disappearance of Saudi Journalist Brazil: Mexico Dragging Feet on Odebrecht Corruption Scandal Colombia Urges Rebels Who Left Reintegration Area to Return Sudan Economy Facing Crisis After Sharp Currency Dip Dow Drops 800-Plus Points as US Markets Dip Sharply Decisions on the Middle East adopted once again by consensus at UNESCO ‘Put an end to the death penalty now’, urges Guterres, marking World Day FROM THE FIELD: One South Sudanese woman’s harrowing escape to UN camp FBI Chief: 'Usual Process' Followed in Kavanaugh Probe 55 People Dead in Overnight Bus Crash in Western Kenya Democrats Warily Eye Avenatti's Flirtation With 2020 Bid US Treasury Issues New Rules on Foreign Investments Africa 54 Court Hearing for Morocco Teen in Alleged Gang-Rape, Torture US Offers Help Investigating Disappearance of Saudi Journalist in Turkey Winning Africa Grand Ole Opry Gives Rare Salute to Soul Genius Ray Charles Cardi B, Post Malone Won't Compete For New Artist Grammy Google's Waze Expands Carpooling Service Throughout US US Condemns Venezuela for Alleged Involvement in Opposition Activist's Death Congress Approves Massive Water-Projects Bill Ethiopian Soldiers Protesting Over Pay Meet With PM 6-month Sentence for man who Sold Bank Accounts to Russians Trump: Former Adviser Among Those Being Considered for UN Post US: China's Human Rights Abuses Increasing Under Xi Australia to Stick with Coal Despite Dire UN Climate Warning Top Trump Officials Talk with Saudi Crown Prince about Missing Journalist October 10, 2018 Burkina Faso: Urgent need to protect girls from FGM and forced marriage ‘Suffering in silence’: ICRC concern over mental health stigma raised at UK summit US Ambassador Nikki Haley’s Disappointing UN Rights Legacy Taiwan Referendum Threatens Same-Sex Marriage Dutch Court Ruling on Human Rights Obligations to Halt Climate Case Decisions on the Middle East adopted once again by consensus at UNESCO Slash Immigration Warns Head of Australia’s Most Populous State Melania Trump: Women Accusing Men Should 'Show the Evidence' McConnell to AP: 'Nobody's Going to Beat" Murkowski China Looms Large at Australia-Japan Meeting Trump Says he May Pick new UN Ambassador This Month Poll Finds Partisan Divide in Concerns for Election Security US States Agree on Plan to Manage Overtaxed Colorado River Long After They Died, Military Sees Surge in Identifications Flag Stirs South Korean Anger at Japan Cambodia Faces Potential Economic Collapse UN: Losses From Natural Disasters Surge Over Last 20 Years Market Forces Put America's Recycling Industry in the Dumps Family Says Egyptian Police Detain son of Former President Defeated Maldives President Challenges Election Result Prince George, Princess Charlotte Get Royal Wedding Roles FBI Director: China Trumps Russia in Counterterrorism Threat to US Al-Shabab Executes 5 Accused of Spying Border Crossings: Fickle Friends 'Potentially Catastrophic' Hurricane Michael on Collision Course with Florida Panhandle Afghanistan's Civilian Death Toll Rising Rwanda’s new penal code is still tough on journalists RSF refers Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance to UN Working Group Nuclear weapons 'Extremely Dangerous' Hurricane Michael Set to Hit Florida Panhandle British Investigator: Putin Lied About Suspects in Salisbury Poisoning Taiwan President Vows to Maintain Island's Sovereignty and Security India’s #MeToo Moment Roils Entertainment, Media Industries China Permits Detention in 'Education and Training Centers' Myanmar : RSF calls for release of three Eleven Media journalists Is Rwanda’s Political Thaw Real? New Tactics of Intimidation Forcing Self-Censorship in Pakistani Media Researchers Say Human Toll of South Sudan War 'as Bad as Iraq or Syria' In Haley, Trump Loses a Conventional GOP Foreign Policy Voice US Supreme Court Temporarily Halts Ross Questioning in Census Lawsuit Suspect Arrested in Killing of Bulgarian Journalist Fresh Calls For Explanations in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is not the first Saudi journalist to disappear Uganda: No Justice for 2016 Kasese Massacre by Security Forces Afghanistan: Nine professionals break new ground in long-term physical rehabilitation Suburban White Women May Hold Key to Midterm Elections Japan's Women Sailors Serve on Front Line of Gender Equality