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Jordan: Step Forward, Step Back for Urban Refugees Same Day: UN Women’s Rights Commission Condemns Israel, Welcomes Saudi Arabia At Least 7 Die in Rio Police Shootout as Army Takeover Drags On Survivor Marks 6 Minutes of Strength, Silence at Rally Are Budget, Tax Cuts Enough for Voters to Stick With GOP? Indian Agency Denies Reported Security Lapse in ID Card Project Martin Luther King Jr's Granddaughter Appeals for 'Gun-Free World' Some Fear Steel Tariff Could Hurt Auto Industry in the South Young Catholics Urge Creative Church Outreach — to Coffee Bars Lights Go Dark for Earth Hour to Highlight Climate Change Blacks in Silicon Valley Share Lessons on Pursuing Unicorns or Gazelles Beijing Issues Three-Day Smog Alert, Third This Year Mexican Police Find Bodies of 15 Men Crammed Into Pickup UNHRC’s Latest Disproportionate Targeting of Israel UN Rapporteur Fears Counterterrorism Measures May Undermine Civil Society UK Watchdog Evaluates Evidence From Cambridge Analytica Peruvian Judge Bars Ex-President Kuczynski From Leaving Country US Says Airstrike in Southern Libya Kills Two Terrorists Bomb Kills One, Injures 13 At Protest Camp In Kabul Iran Criticizes US Sanctions Over Hacking Scheme DRC Military Kills 13 Rebels in Ituri Clashes, Army Spokesman Says Pakistani Court Acquits 20 in Case of Christians Burned Alive New Protest Held Against Volokolamsk Landfill Near Moscow US President Denounces Fatal Hostage Incident in France Thousands of Gun Control Supporters Rally in DC, Around World Thousands of Africans Protest Israeli Deportation Plan Thousands of Croatian Far-Right Supporters March in Zagreb Turkey's President Refers to Anti-War Students as Terrorists David Hogg: Politicians, get your resumes ready Thousands of Gun Control Supporters Rally in Washington, Cities Around World Egypt Car Bomb Kills 2, Wounds 4 in Alexandria As Syrian Rebels Quit Ghouta, Douma Stands Alone 'March for Our Lives' Protests Call for Stricter Gun Laws China Warns US It Will Defend Own Trade Interests Estimated 105,000 Syrians Have Left Eastern Ghouta Thousands Rally in Washington for Stricter Gun Control Cate Blanchett Slams Aung San Suu Kyi Over Rohingya Crisis Magnitude 6.3 Quake Strikes off Papua New Guinea, No Tsunami Threat Separatist Conflict Halts Cameroon-Nigeria Business Washington Readies for Student-Led Demonstration for Stricter Gun Control Wayne Huizenga, Who Built Fortune in Trash, Dies at 80 Bombing Kills 2 in Egypt's Alexandria, Targets Security Chief Australia Developing Lasers to Track, Destroy Space Junk Koreas Hold Summit Prep Talks Next Week Why is Austin an Attractive Hub for Many Tech Companies? French Police Officer Who Traded Himself for Hostage Dies Why is Austin an Attractive Hub for Many Tech Companies? March For Our Lives: Organizers Hope for Crowd of 500,000 March For Our Lives Events Planned Globally In Egypt, Wall-to-Wall el-Sissi Banners Inspire Satire FBI Seeks Answers in Fiery Van Crash at California Air Base Experts: Trump's Bolton Pick Signals Shift Toward More Aggressive US Foreign Policy Poll: 69 Percent of Americans Want Stricter Gun Control Colon Cancer Can be Prevented and Treated EU Backs Britain in Russian Spy Standoff; Europe Demands Full US Tariff Exemptions Porn Star Expected to Dish on Alleged Trump Affair Sunday Chinese of the Mississippi Delta - An Audiovisual Journey Letter to US Senate Opposing Gina Haspel's Nomination for CIA Director A Kick in the Stomach in Brazil Britain’s Policy on Saudi Arabia Has Worsened Suffering in Yemen Renewing and strengthening the mandate of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan to ensure accountability for gross violations of human rights and related crimes in South Sudan European Court: Rulings to Free 2 Turkish Journalists Tunisia: Parliament Shouldn’t Undercut Transitional Justice Labour Sacks Northern Ireland Policy Chief Over Call for Second EU Referendum Serbia Cancels Handball Match With Kosovo Over Security Concerns Former US Sen. Zell Miller Dies; He Was Two-term Governor Trump Limits Service by Transgender Individuals in Military Trump Memo: Military Service by Transgender Individuals Colon Cancer Can Be Prevented and Treated Conservatives: Trump’s Immigration Agenda Fares Badly in Spending Bill Turkey, EU Seek to Reset Ties Amid Ongoing Tensions Slovak Protests Shrink After Fico Quits; Thousands Still Want New Elections EU Leaders Unite Behind Britain in Russian Spy Standoff Incoming National Security Adviser Bolton: Pakistan Could Be 'Iran on Steroids' US Officials Tour Manbij Amid Dispute With Turkey Over Northern Syria Town New President Takes Oath of Office in Peru After Kuczynski Resigns Trade War Fears Roil Equity Markets While Yen, Bonds Gain AG Sessions Floats Proposal to Tighten Regulation on Bump Stocks Investigators Enter UK Headquarters of Research Firm Cambridge Analytica Virginia Man Threatens US Congressman's Life After Venting About Marijuana New Trump Lawyer in Russia Probe Yet to Be Hired Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Despite Veto Threat Black Identity, Technology Celebrated at Afrotectopia Fest March 23, 2018 California Storm Forces Flood Rescues but Spares Montecito Iowa Inmates to Perform at New York City Opera Russian Journalist Says Zhirinovsky Groped Him Film Details 'Hidden Figures' in Black Female Pro Wrestling UN Reports See a Lonelier Planet With Fewer Plants, Animals Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump Tariffs Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 24 Venezuela Oil Workers Clash With Security Officials in Cafeteria Protest Syrian Rebels Agree to Evacuate Sick, Wounded From Ghouta Thousands Join 'Black Friday' Marches Against Polish Abortion Restrictions Montenegro Honors Biden, McCain, Turner for Promoting Euro-Atlantic Integration Biodiversity and nature’s contributions continue dangerous decline Republic of Korea Gives Support to UNESCO’s Programme for Girls’ Education in Pakistan Freelance photo-journalist missing in Haiti for the past ten days US Senate: Reject Haspel for CIA Director Democratic Republic of the Congo: ICRC facilitates release of 27 people to the authorities US Charges 9 Iranians With Massive Cyberattack Afghan Women Work to Increase Military Presence Experts: Bolton Likely to Tackle 'One-China' Mantra High School Student Hit in Maryland School Shooting Dies Afghan Women Work to Increase Military Presence Zimbabwe Pushes for Companies to 'Repatriate' Funds Activists: Hours Before Cease-Fire, 37 Killed in Syrian Town Africa 54 Foreign Adoptions by US Families Drop by 12 Percent Dapchi Girls' Release Could Stir Up Religious Tensions in Nigeria Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Sets Course for Popular Social Media Site UN Steps Up Aid for Thousands of Syrians Fleeing War Zones Car Bomb Kills 14 in Southern Afghanistan MY Delta: youth ambassadors for sustainable development in the Po Delta Biosphere Reserve Director-General urges investigation into murder of journalist Leobardo Vázquez in Mexico Journalists discredited, censored and jailed under Egypt’s Sisi DRC intelligence agents shut down TV channel in Bukavu Lebanon’s Failed Mother’s Day Gift She’s Famous, From Barbados, and an LGBT Ally 3 Dead in Southern France Hostage Taking US Navy Destroyer on 'Freedom of Navigation' Operation in S. China Sea 13 Catalan Separatist Leaders Charged With Rebellion Russia Eyes Restrictions on US Imports in Response to Tariffs Russian Nerve Agent Scientist Admits Selling Deadly Toxin to Chechen Mobsters Norway Proposes Bill to Ban Full-Face Veils in Education US Core Capital Goods Orders, Shipments Jump in February China Warns US Actions Could Push Ties into Danger Zone Black Identity, Technology Celebrated at Afrotectopia Fest Black Identity, Technology in US Celebrated at Afrotectopia Fest L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science awards: a shared commitment to promote gender equality over 20 years Leading experts from Arab states stress the relevance of Internet Universality Indicators Education is key to deconstruct racial narratives ALERT - Canada: Quebec Superior Court orders journalist to reveal her sources EU must insist on press freedom at summit with Turkey A ‘Disappeared’ Man in Turkmenistan Dies Asian Allies Refrain From Comment on Upheaval in Trump’s Security Team Washington Prepares for ‘March For Our Lives’ Australians Try to Save 15 Beached Whales Activity by Violent Latino Gang MS 13 Rising across US US Act on Exchanges with Taiwan Gets Soft Launch, Despite China Police Officer Shot in France, Suspect May Have Hostages McCain's Absence Weighs on US Senate Colleagues France asked to put “forbidden” questions to visiting Vietnamese leader Philippines: Continuing the fight against TB in prisons Turkey’s Ruling Party Extends Control Over Media Progressive Russia Analysts See 2024 Putin Succession Battle — or Lifetime Rule Fearing Trade War, Some US Farmers Worry About Trump China Tariffs Trump Lawyer Resigns as Democrats Issue New Warning on Russia Probe Tillerson Urges Integrity, Good Deeds in Farewell Speech US Lawmaker Says No Easing of Pressure on North Korea Ahead of Talks Congolese Refugees Fleeing to Uganda Recount Horrors Not All US Students Support Tighter Gun Laws Father of Shooting Victim Turns Tragedy into Call For Action Peru’s Congress Expected to Accept President’s Resignation US Researchers Test Dyes That Make Cancer Glow During Surgery White House: Adjusting Imports of Steel Into US White House: Adjusting Imports of Aluminum Into US Senate, House Approve $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Yemen: Three years on, US and UK arms supplies to Saudi Arabia-led coalition are devastating civilian lives Are you ready for the World Cup of shame? Swiss Jeweler Commitment to “Ethical Sourcing” a Mixed Bag Letter to US Senate Opposing Michael Pompeo's Nomination for Secretary of State How Reconciliation in Iraq Could Stop Collective Punishment Cambodia Descending into Authoritarianism, UN Rights Body Failing to Act Why Menstrual Hygiene is an Urgent Human Rights Issue Brazilians Don’t Know if Pesticides Are in Their Drinking Water Syria’s Kids Are Still Being Killed at School Sri Lanka: continued Human Rights Council scrutiny needed until justice commitments met in full Video: Schools Discriminate Against Children with Disabilities in Lebanon 201803Refugees_Turkey_Syria_Security Posts 201803Refugees_Turkey_Syria_Border Wall Strengthening cooperation for a healthy ocean in Indonesia Kingdom of Netherlands supports community preparedness and tsunami awareness in the Caribbean Teen Shot at Maryland High School to be Taken Off Life Support US Steel, Aluminum Tariffs Activated; Some Countries Exempt Trump Replacing His National Security Adviser With Hawkish Ex-Diplomat Afghanistan, US Seeking to Protect Families of Taliban Leaders Looking for Peace Cosby Wants Judge Ousted Over Wife's Sex-Assault Advocacy Mekong Nation Leaders to Hold Summit Amid Concerns About Dams British Policeman Poisoned in Attack Against Ex-Russian Spy Leaves the Hospital US Announces $1 Billion in Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Son of US Professor Detained by North Korea Hopes Summit Will See Father Released Toys R Us Founder Charles Lazarus Dies at 94 Trump Issued Summons for Lawsuit on Possible Constitutional Violation Conservative Bolton Has Long Been a Trump Favorite Ex-Officer Charged in Shooting of Unarmed Woman in Minnesota Is Released on Bail Tangled French Relations with Libya Forms Backdrop of Campaign Financing Scandal Indian Airliner Makes History with Flight to Israel via Saudi Airspace McMaster, Leaving White House Post, Will Retire From Army This Summer Chad: Government Fails Ex-Dictator’s Victims US Dismisses Charges Against 11 Erdogan Bodyguards Involved in Washington Brawl US Spending Bill Could Increase Number of Temporary Foreign Workers in 2018 Tillerson Bids Farewell to State Department Staff Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch Growing Rapidly, Study Finds Stocks Dive on Trade War Fears After China Sanctions Trump Launches Action Toward Imposing Tariffs Against Chinese Imports Syrian Rebels Evacuating Part of Eastern Ghouta Zuckerberg Apology Fails to Quiet Facebook Storm Trump Replacing National Security Adviser McMaster With John Bolton US Was Temporary Stop for Many Venezuelans; Now it's Home Trump Takes Action on Chinese Imports Sea Lions Feast on Fragile Fish in US Northwest Survival War Trump Signs Memorandum on Tariffs on Goods From China Daylight Turns Plastic Sheet into Germ-Killing Material US Sanctions Frenchman, Uzbek Group for Aiding Syrian Terrorists Kenyan Court Strikes Down Forced Anal Testing in Homosexuality Cases March 22, 2018 2019 is proclaimed the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Mexico: Another journalist murdered in Veracruz Kenya: Court Finds Forced Anal Exams Unconstitutional US Senate: Reject Pompeo for Secretary of State UN: Saudi Arabian Airstrikes in Yemen Kill, Maim Civilians In Mideast, Democracy Struggles to Strike Root Students Plan Abortion Protest After Debate on Walkout Polish Government Distances Itself from Ghetto Claim Resistance Continues to End Child Marriage in Northern Nigeria Experts: Uber SUV's Autonomous System Should Have Seen Woman Designed in California, Made in China: How the iPhone Skews US Trade Deficit Rare, Endangered Primate is Born in Jerusalem Zoo Attorney Representing Trump in Russia Probe Resigns Vermont Now Only US State to Never Send a Woman to Congress At Least 14 Killed in Mogadishu Car Bombing Sealed and Delivered: Royal Wedding Invitations Dispatched Mattis Praises Saudis for Humanitarian Aid to Yemen Africa 54 Business as Usual for London’s Russian Investors Nor'easter Rolls Into New England as Millions Begin Cleanup Trump Boosts Tariffs on Chinese Imports At least 10 citizen-journalists could die in China’s jails Syrian TV journalist reported missing in Eastern Ghouta European Court: rulings to free two Turkish journalists. Urgent to carry out judgment, groups say Zimbabwe: Commuting death sentences a commendable first step Poland: Reject Bill to Further Limit Abortion Rights Pennsylvania Democrat: Opponent Concedes Close US House Race Malaysia Police Deny Prejudice Against Kim Murder Suspects EPA Chief's Security Detail Joined Him on First Class Flights Turkey's Key Media Group to be Sold to pro-Erdogan Business Trump’s Unorthodox North Korea Diplomacy Begins at the Top Veterans With PTSD Find Relief in Native American Rituals Trump’s Unorthodox North Korea Diplomacy Begins at Top Protests, Strikes Across France Disrupt Travel, Schools Nearly 8 Million Ethiopians Need Emergency Food, Water Peru President Undone by Corruption Scandals he Vowed to End US Faces off Against AT&T to Block Merger With Time Warner French ex-Leader Sarkozy Says he Is Accused Without Evidence Congolese Refugees Fleeing to Uganda Recount Horrors Trump, Biden Sparring in Verbal Schoolyard Spat Re-Imagining Refugee Camps as Livable Cities Internship opportunity: IOC, Ocean Literacy Activities (Deadline: 16/04/2018) Doğan media group sale completes government control of Turkish media ICRC trains Nigerian Prisons Service staff in medical screening for inmates The ICRC pays courtesy visit to the AU Commissioner for Political Affairs First Responders Learn Lessons from Mass Shootings, Acts of Terror American Opponents of War Tour Vietnam In Russia’s Dying Arctic City, Residents Plead for Putin to Offer Lifeline Pennsylvania Democrat: Opponent Concedes Close U.S. House Race Toy Company CEO Leads Effort to Save Toys R Us Syrian Rebels to Leave Key Town in Eastern Ghouta Philippine Police Kill 13 Drug Suspects in Daylong Raids Director-General deplores death of photographer Bashar Al-Attar in Syria Singapore’s anti-fake news bill must not tighten gag on dissent Lebanon: Schools Discriminate Against Children with Disabilities Fed Signals at Least Three More Rate Hikes in 2018 Facebook Under Fire for Data Misuse US Elections Face Continued Cyberthreats Analysts Outline Goals for All Sides in Proposed US-North Korea Summit Russian Liberals in Disarray Following Putin's Re-election First Responders Learn Lessons from Mass Shootings, Terror Acts In Russia's Dying Arctic City, Residents Plea for Putin to Offer Lifeline First Responders Learn Lessons from Mass Shootings Terror Acts Somalia: Flowing water brings livestock herders together Cambridge Analytica Played Roles in Multiple African Elections It's Spring, but Wintry Weather Strikes in US, Europe 'Beating' Human Heart Cells Help Spur Drug Discovery Piece of Dead Sea Scroll on Public Display for First Time in Jerusalem DRC Pushes Ahead With Electronic Voting Despite Problems Campaign targets Apple over privacy betrayal for Chinese iCloud users Turkey: Mass Deportations of Syrians Philippines: Focus on delivering clean water for Marawi evacuees and returnees L'actu des droits humains sous l'œil de Human Rights Watch - 21 mars The Path to Responsible Sourcing in the Jewellery Sector “I Have to Leave to Be Me” On Jordanian Mothers’ Day, Some Have Little to Celebrate Washington Welcomes Saudi Ruler, Mohammad Bin Salman As Trump cozies up to Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Congress must push back on human rights abuses Where Is the Gold From? Jewelers, Take Responsibility! UN Human Rights Council Set to Fail People of Libya Lebanon: Set Vote on Waste Management Law Mauritania: Growing repression of human rights defenders who denounce discrimination and slavery Mauritania: Growing repression of human rights defenders who denounce discrimination and slavery Stocktaking exercise: Translating Kampala Convention into practice Aide-mémoire: How to maintain civilian and humanitarian character of sites and settlements Last Three Years Hottest on Record, UN Report Says Live Screening and Q&A - Beyond the Unicorn Chinese Paper: China Should Prepare for Military Action Over Taiwan Catalonia Lawmakers to Vote on New Leader Leading AIDS Researcher Picked to Head CDC Russia's Top Election Official Blasts US Accounts of Restricted Poll Monitoring Palestinian Teen Who Slapped Israeli Soldiers Gets 8-Month Prison Term Lawmakers Question Foreign Development Aid Chief on Impact of US Budget Cuts France: Ex-Leader Sarkozy Charged Over Libyan Money Claims Pakistani Court Orders Arrest of Cleric Linked to Islamabad Protests Exit Poll: Dutch Approve Spy Agency's Power to Tap Internet Traffic in Referendum Police Say Suspected Texas Serial Bomber Left Recorded ‘Confession’ US Central Bank Slightly Bumps Up Interest Rate Washington Residents Have Fun in Snow US, EU to Launch Fresh Round of Talks to Settle Trade Spats Facebook's Zuckerberg: ‘We Need to Step Up’ to Protect User Data North, Northeast Brazil Hit by Massive Power Outage Peru's President Offers to Resign Amid Corruption Scandal US Congress Races to Pass $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Trump Expected to Turn Up the Heat on China in Looming Trade War US: Plans Being Made in Case Iran Nuclear Talks With Europeans Fail Kosovo MPs Approve Border Deal, Despite Tear Gas Distraction US Prosecutors Urged to Seek Death Penalty in Some Drug-Related Cases Detained African Migrants Stuck in Limbo in Wartime Yemen Record-Size US Offshore Oil Lease Sale Draws Modest Bidding Thousands of Anglophone Cameroonians Continue to Flee to Nigeria Illinois Voters Reflect on Trump, Female Candidates North Korea: 'Peace Offensive' With US, South Korea Shows Strength Value Added Chocolate Nigerian Politician Ibori Appeals Against UK Fraud Conviction Prospects for Mali Peace, Reconciliation Remain Hostage to Extremists South Sudan Eliminates Guinea Worm Some See Trump's Snow Day Tweets as a Bellwether Straight Talk Africa March 21, 2018 US Targets 15 South Sudan Oil Entities in New Restrictions Thousands of Children Caught Up in Conflict in Kasai Region of DRC Fed Raises Interest Rates Slightly, May Push Them Higher Later This Year Snow Storm Pounds Much of US Eastern Seaboard US-EU to Launch Fresh Round of Talks to Settle Trade Spats Trump, Macron Call for Action Against Russia for Spy Poisoning UN: Credible, Inclusive Elections in Libya This Year a 'Top Priority' Poland: Terrorism charges dropped against Polish investigative reporter Holding Killers to Account for Hate Crimes in India Translating the Kampala Convention into practice - a stocktaking exercise Aide-mémoire: operational guidance on maintaining the civilian and humanitarian character of sites and settlements Official: ILO Sets up Rare Inquiry into Venezuelan Workers' Rights British PM May Backs Cambridge Analytica Investigation Executions, Torture and Slave Markets Persist in Libya: UN Trauma Plagues Kids Caught Up in DRC’s Kasai Water Rationing in Brazil's Capital to End by December, Says Governor In Symbolic Victory, Iran Conquers Iraq's Dates Market Fear of Migrants Galvanizes PM Orban's Supporters in Rural Hungary Texas Bombings Suspect Killed Himself as Police Closed In US Homeland Security Head: Election Cyber Security is Top Infrastructure Insurers' New Business: 'Active Shooter' Policies for US Schools Border Crossings: Idan Raichel Early Election Fever Grows With Turkish Military Victory in Syria Pakistani Police Officer, Wanted for Extrajudicial Killings, In Custody US Central Bank Expected to Raise Interest Rates Slightly UNESCO flags new publications at UN Learning robotics is the future! (in French) OASIIS Biennial Report 2018 – The value of social entrepreneurship toward sustainable development in UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves OECD: Probe Colombia's inaction on indigenous hunger crisis Eastern Caribbean: LGBT People Face Bias, Violence Japan Moves to End Child Marriage IS Claims Responsibility for Afghan Suicide Bombing Egypt Prepares for Presidential Election Fate of 'Disappeared' Stirs Anger Among Pakistan's Pashtuns Boko Haram Returns 91 Nigerian Kidnapped Schoolgirls US Ambassador to Moscow Will Skip Spy Poisoning Briefing French Protests to Cause Widescale Train Disruption on Thursday Once Harassed Herself, S. Korean Lawyer Fights for #MeToo Victims Pope Announces Dublin Visit in August, No Northern Ireland Stop Nestle Provides Lifeline for Struggling Kenyan Coffee Farmers Saudi Arabia Says Revamping Education to Combat 'Extremist Ideologies' Merkel Strongly Condemns Turkish Military Offensive in Afrin EXCLUSIVE: Kaspersky Lab Plans Swiss Data Center to Combat Spying Allegations: Documents Russia Foreign Ministry: Britain May Be Behind Attack on Skripal's Daughter Coding with impact: training female tech talent from Latin America UNESCO and Juventus Football Club launch online anti-discrimination campaign UAE: One year after Ahmed Mansoor's arrest, RSF and 20 other NGOs ask for his release 3-D Printing Lowers Manufacturing Costs In Lab, 3-D Printing Cuts Costs, Manufacturing Time of Heat Exchangers US-Russia Tensions Not Felt in Space Activity by Violent Latino Gang MS 13 Rising Across US Amid Political Turmoil, Republicans Warn Trump Not to Fire Mueller White House Defends Trumps Phone Call to Putin Children, Adults Face Dire Crisis in Central Congo After Conflict, Insecurity US Lawmakers Differ on Wisdom of Trump-Kim Nuclear Summit Once the World’s ‘Most Eligible Bachelor’ and Only White Rhino Dies New Technology Being Developed for Pacemakers New Technology Being Developed for Pacemakers Vietnam Courts Closer Ties with Australia to Check China Austin Police Chief: Bombing Suspect Dead Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 26 in Kabul Mobile Learning Week 2018: Preparing to Meet the Skill Requirements of a Connected World Peter Peterson, Billionaire and Philanthropist, Dies at 91 China Tests Unmanned Tanks in Modernization Push Myanmar President, Close Aung San Suu Kyi Friend, Retires Weinstein Co. Tosses Nondisclosure Agreements, Could Bring New Wave of Accusers Israel Admits to 2007 Strike on Suspected Syrian Nuclear Site Congo-Brazzaville: Torture and arbitrary detentions of dozens of people put freedom of expression under severe strain Republic of Korea: Exhibition on ‘torn apart’ lives of conflict affected people A ‘Millennials Party’ Attempts to Break Indonesia’s Political Mold Libya: No Free Elections in Current Climate Letter to US Senate and House Leadership Regarding the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Omnibus Appropriations Bill Letter to Senate in support of bill reforming compassionate release UN Rights Body Should Take Further Action on DR Congo Growing Concern over Human Rights Abuses Associated with Settlements Saudi Crown Prince Must Answer For Atrocities In Yemen Internally displaced persons and international humanitarian law Myanmar’s non-formal learners: Hard work, hard lessons, and hope through education Austin Police: 1 of 3 Packages Not Bomb, Not Linked to String of Bombings Transfer of remains of Archil Tatunashvili G-20 Sees Need for 'Dialogue,' Fails to Defuse Trade War Threat Hawaii Campus Joins US Trend to Go All Green Breaking Up With Facebook Harder Than It Looks New Travel Costs Revealed for US EPA Head Amid Ongoing Scrutiny Sixth Texas Bomb Blast Leaves US Investigators Baffled Northern Brazil Overwhelmed by Desperate, Hungry Venezuelans Report: Women Short-Changed on Commercial Land Deals in Africa Can Self-Driving Cars Withstand First Fatality? Foreign Wives of Islamic State Fighters Sentenced to Death in Iraq Trial Begins for US Border Agent Accused of Killing Mexican Teen At Immigration Talks, Trump Rails Against Sanctuary Cities UN Gives Strong Backing to Lebanon's Political Independence Mexican Leftist Candidate Taps Ex-WTO Economist as NAFTA Negotiator Maduro Challenger Promises US Dollar Giveaway for Venezuelans DeVos Faces Strong Criticism in House Hearing Crime Spike Prompts Canada to Unveil Tougher Gun Control Steps US-Based Campaign Against Sex Harassment 'Overwhelmed' by Cases, Official Says Progressives Look for More Gains From Illinois Primary Border Wall, Tunnel Tussle Hold Up Sweeping US Spending Bill US Senate Rejects Bid to End US Support for Saudi Campaign in Yemen ‘Women’s Army' Vows to Fight On in Syria After Briton’s Death US-Russia Tensions Not Felt in Space Former Playboy Model Sues to Break Silence on Alleged Trump Affair Trump Hints He May Break With His Generals on Iran G-20 Sees Need for 'Dialogue,' Fails to Blunt Trade War Threat Amid Political Turmoil, Republicans Warn Trump Not to Fire Mueller Zuckerberg Asked to Testify in UK; Data Firm's CEO Suspended UN Agency: Water-Smart Agriculture Could Cut Migration Risk Trump Tariffs Set Off Industry Scramble for Exemptions Brazil's PSDB Selects Alckmin as 2018 Presidential Candidate Bolivia President Wants Dialogue With Chile Over Coastline Egypt Prepares for Presidential Election, and Few Surprises Ethiopia Signs $600M Loan, Grant Deal With World Bank Minnesota Officer Charged with 3rd-Degree Murder in Australian's Death House Speaker Ryan Says He’s Been Assured Trump Won't Fire Mueller Taliban Invite Afghan Jihadi Leaders to Peace Talks Slovakia Crisis Grows as President Nixes Proposed New Government 'The Crown' Producers Apologize to Stars After Pay Dispute Twitter: 'Black Panther' Most Tweeted-About Movie Ever Iranian Leader Says Tehran Has Defused Regional Threats Five Ways to Make Parched Cities Cooler Study: Obesity Robs the Tongue of Taste Buds in Mice Germany Reassures Ireland Over Brexit Border Impasse Implantable Heart Defibrillators Deliver Shock in More Ways Than One Undocumented Kansas Teacher Released from Detention Maldives Former Dictator, Judges Charged with Terrorism Macron Outlines Plan to Promote French Language Worldwide Europeans Say Significant Obstacles Remain to Mercosur Trade Deal ICC: Philippines Withdrawal Won't Affect Preliminary Probe First Lady Vows to Fight Cyberbullying Despite Skeptics Florida School Shooting Suspect's Brother Jailed for Allegedly Trespassing at School Yemeni Man Seeks Guantanamo Release After 16 Years China’s UN rep spies on dissident, interrupts UN testimony three times Transfer of remains of Mr Archil Tatunashvili Britain, US Probing Use of Facebook Data by British Voter Profiling Company Needs Go Unmet 6 Months After Maria Hit Puerto Rico Shaka: Extra Time Africa 54 Dire Humanitarian Crisis Grips DRC's Kasai Region USAID: US to Give $2.5 Million to Help Venezuelans in Colombia 39 Indian Workers Found in Iraq Mass Grave EU Tightens Labor Laws Despite Polish, Hungarian Opposition Trump Congratulates Putin, Two Plan to Meet in 'Not-Too-Distant Future' WTO Members Say US Actions Threaten Trade Body's Credibility WHO: Tainted Food Outbreak Threatens 16 African Nations March 20, 2018 'Be Patient,' Chibok Parents Tell Families of Nigeria's Latest Kidnap Victims Indonesia’s parliament bans critical coverage of its members European Court issues first rulings on journalists detained in Turkey Waiting for Freedom in Chechnya Jewelry, Watch Firms Should Reveal Sources at Baselworld Fair Texas Rattled by 5th Package Bomb Explosion 3 Injured in Shooting at Maryland High School Senate Committee Launches Effort to Prevent Election Hacking South Koreans Optimistic Over Prospect of Nuclear Talks China’s Xi Has Stern Warning for Taiwan as He Starts Second Term Crash Marks 1st Death Involving Fully Autonomous Vehicle In Egypt Election, el-Sissi Imposes Stability Over Democracy This Refugee Crisis Is Happening Now in America’s Backyard China’s Xi Has Stern Warning for Taiwan Arise Sir Ringo: Beatles Drummer Knighted at Buckingham Palace Opera on Alzheimer's to Debut in Philadelphia Festival Japan Wants Abductees, Mid-Range Missiles on Table in US-North Korea Talks Seychelles Opposition to Block India Military Deal Facebook Under Fire for Developer’s Data Mining US Senate to Vote on Military Involvement in Yemen War International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2018: Promoting Inclusive Societies Sudan: Two journalists get a month in prison for “defamation” Maldives: Opposition TV channel threatened, three journalists arrested OAS Members Voice Support for International Criminal Court Implantable Heart Defibrillators Deliver Shock in More Ways Than One Defector says US Should Take Tougher Stance on North Korea