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Korean Presidential Office Crackdown Sparks Fear in Immigrant Communities Ousted Afghan Governor Postpones Much-Touted Anti-Government Rally Syrian Capital, its Suburbs Calm After UN Cease-Fire Vote Storms Dump Rain on Soggy U.S. Midwest, Kill Two Saudis Flock to Country’s First Jazz Festival Iran Will Abide by Cease-Fire Except in Suburbs Held by ‘Terrorists’ Farewell, Korea: Olympic Games Wrap up Triumphs, Surprises and Politics North Korea Calls Latest US Sanctions an ‘Act of War’ China Proposes Dropping Term Limits for President Xi US Governors, VIPs Meet to Discuss Trade, Innovation, Key Issues Interior Secretary Alters His Overhaul Plans After Governors Push Back North Korean Ice Hockey Player Who Defected Lauds Effort of Joint Women’s Team Chileans Lose Faith as Vatican Revisits Sex Abuse Charges Using Acupuncture Instead of Addictive Opioids to Manage Pain NASA Builds Atomic Clock for Deep-Space Navigation For Rohingya, Little Progress but ‘Nobody is Coming to Kill Us’ CPR Survival Rates Lower Than Most People Think Iraq: Families of Alleged ISIS Members Denied IDs Iran: Stop Prosecuting Women Over Dress Code 'Touch Me Not' Wins Top Prize at Berlin Film Festival Colombia Extradites Major Drug Suspect to US Security Council to Vote on Yemen-Related Resolution That Would Condemn Iran Testy Exchange With Trump Leads Mexico President to Cancel Visit to White House Governors Welcome New Gun Debate, Skeptical Congress Will Act Trump Tells Defense Department to Plan Military Parade for Veterans Day Keillor: Relationship With Accuser Simply 'Romantic Writing' As PyeongChang Olympics Close, Countdown to Beijing Begins White House Releases Democrats' Memo on Russia Probes Investor Warren Buffett: Good Deals Hard to Find on Wall Street Anti-Deportation Protests Continue in Tel Aviv Sridevi, Famed Bollywood Actress, Dies at 54 Juncker Heads to Western Balkans to Discuss EU Strategy Pakistan’s Court Summons TV Team for ‘Disrespecting’ Valentine’s Day Ban French Farmers Heckle Macron at Agricultural Fair Venezuela Opens Nominations for Presidential Vote as US Protests Brazil Seeks Extradition of Man Arrested in Miami for Alleged Gun Trafficking UN Security Council Demands 30-day Syria Cease-fire China Reacts Angrily to New US Sanctions Against North Korea Explosions in Yemeni Port Kill 5 Near Anti-Terrorism Camp US House Intelligence Committee Releases Democrats' Memo on Russia Probe US House Intel Committee Democratic Memo Defends Russia Probes Admirers Line Route as Graham’s Body Arrives in Charlotte New Toys Help Cultivate Emotional Intelligence in Children US Military Rejects Russian Claims About Number of IS Fighters in Afghanistan New Toys Help Cultivate Emotional Intelligence in Children Turkey: Early Opening of Jerusalem US Embassy ‘Extremely Worrying’ ‘Years of Lead’ Haunt Italian Election as Political Street Skirmishes Return Philippines Students Gather for Art - and Shot at Guinness Record 3 Explosions Rock Capital of Myanmar’s Troubled Rakhine State Mogadishu Blasts Death Toll Rises to 38 IOM Appeals for $194M to Help Syrians Displaced by War 24 Killed in New Syrian Government Airstrikes East of Damascus Thousands of Children Displaced by Ethnic Violence in DRC’s Ituri Province Australia Failing to Curb Corruption, Global Survey Finds Taliban, IS Claim Deadly Attacks Across Afghanistan US Men Win First Olympic Gold Medal in Curling Philippines Students Gather for Art — and a Shot at a Guinness Record Syrians in Ghouta Tweet for Their Lives as Bombs Rain Down Attacks Across Afghanistan Leave Dozens Dead, Wounded With Islamic State Defeated, Iraqis Look to Rebuild Mosul Young People Build Multicultural Bridges in Iraq EU Top Diplomat: Donors Raised $510 Million for G5 Sahel Force Unlocking Secrets of a Sharp Mind at Old Age Zimbabwe’s Opposition Names Acting Leader More US Companies End Marketing Programs With National Rifle Association Taliban Vows to Protect TAPI Gas Pipeline Project At Trump's Home Military Base, Airmen Share Stories of Diversity Nanette Fabray, Award-Winning Star of Stage, Film and TV, Dies at 97 Suicide Bombings in Afghanistan Leave at Least 4 Dead Trump Pushes to Arm Some Teachers in Wake of Florida School Shooting UK’s ‘Black Cab Rapist’ Ruling Shows Importance of Human Rights Act Deportations in US Rise, Increasingly Among Those With No Criminal Record Somalia: How to care for the dead in the aftermath of disaster Deportations Rise, Increasingly Among Those With No Criminal Record Vehicle Hits Security Barrier Near White House, Driver Arrested Deportations Are Up Among Boston’s Undocumented Irish Judges Decline to Immediately Toss Pennsylvania Congressional map California Parents Face New Charges in Kids' Torture Case US Gymnasts Tell AP Sport Rife With Verbal, Emotional Abuse AP Fact Check: Toughest Sanctions on North Korea Ever? Not likely Wine Tied to Healthier Arteries for Some Diabetics Shiffrin Jokes About Whether Vonn's Olympic Career Is Over Efforts to Negotiate Syria Cease-Fire Continue at UN Security Council Stocks Rally as Fed Eases Rate Worry, Tech Climbs Boston Community on Edge as Deportations of Undocumented Irish Rise US to Move Embassy to Jerusalem in May EU Leaders Draw Up Battle Lines for Post-Brexit Budget South African Gets Death Penalty in South Sudan Over 100 Central American Migrants Rescued From Truck With Rates Still Low, Fed Officials Fret Over Next US Recession US Defense Secretary Mattis Sends Transgender Guidance to Trump Trump Recites Inflammatory, Anti-immigrant ‘Snake’ Song Trump: White House Chief of Staff to Decide Fate of Kushner Security Clearance Federal Judges to Hear Pennsylvania District Map Challenge Ethiopia: New State of Emergency Risks Renewed Abuses Former Trump Campaign Associate Pleads Guilty in Russia Probe Trump Renews Call for Armed Teachers in US Schools Trump Junior Address on Indo-Pacific Ties Renamed Following Criticism Libyans Still Waiting for Peaceful Transition 7 Yrs After Revolution Florida Governor Proposes Tighter Gun Restrictions in Wake of School Shooting UNHCR Calls on Rwanda to Investigate Refugee Deaths US Companies Distance Selves From NRA as Pressure Mounts Boston Community on Edge as Deportations of Undocumented Irish Rise Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Feb. 24 Citizenship Agency Stops Calling US 'Nation of Immigrants' UN Security Council Works to Hammer Out Syria Cease-Fire Int'l Donors Pledge More Than $500M for West Africa's Sahel 18 Killed in Mogadishu Blasts US Navy Hospital Ship Embarks on Aid Mission to Pacific UN Envoy Calls for Immediate Cease-Fire in Syria White House Locked Down After Vehicle Strikes Barrier February 23, 2018 Failing Rohingya Rape Victims in Bangladesh Trump Announces New Sanctions Against North Korea 'Sooner, Faster, Now' — the Companies Surfing the E-Commerce Wave Jessie Diggins Picked to Carry US Flag at Olympic Closing Police: Actor Chevy Chase Kicked in Roadside Altercation in New York UN Report: South Sudan Officials, Military Officers Accused of War Crimes Florida School Shooting: 'Abject Breakdown at All Levels' Trump: Mexico Must Do More to Combat MS-13 Gang Africa 54 Parents Fear Worst for Missing Girls After Nigeria Attack Pope Calls for Prayers, Initiatives for Peace in DRC, South Sudan Second Russian Athlete Tests Positive for Doping at Olympics Trump Announces 'Heaviest Ever' Sanctions on North Korea Construction Begins on Afghanistan Section of International Gas Pipeline Eight Charged in Murder of Wildlife Conservationist in Tanzania Reports: Former Trump Campaign Associate to Plead Guilty in Russia Probe Is Turkey Using Infrastructure Projects to Stifle European Criticism? African Migrants in Israel Protest Deportation Plans UNESCO and Talkmate strengthen their partnership on linguistic diversity for global citizenship and sustainable development Arson attack on news website in northwestern Ukraine Zimbabwe: Investigate police role in the killing of two people during minibus violence ICRC organizational chart Taking action to prevent and address staff misconduct Ivanka Trump Brings Star Power to Olympics Haiti Suspends Oxfam's Operating Right Amid Misconduct Probe 5 Congolese Refugees Killed in Rwanda Sources: Republican Megadonor Offers to Help Pay for Jerusalem Embassy Trump Set to Announce New Sanctions Against North Korea UN Says 40 Sex Abuse Accusations Received Last Quarter of 2017 Myanmar, Conservationists Collaborating to Save Wild Elephants US Embassy in Montenegro Reopens After Bomb Incident South Sudan: UN probe team’s findings should be world’s wake-up call to address human rights catastrophe Brazil: Army Stonewalls on Rio Killings Don’t Call Them ‘Garlic Girls’: South Korean Curlers Become Olympic Rock Stars Iran’s Rights Record Still Poor, Group Says, But Some Positive Signs Cambodian PM Vows to Bash Aussies on Their Own Soil Landslide in Indonesia Leaves at Least Five Dead Trump Outlines Plan to Arm School Teachers Chadian journalist arrested two days after launching new magazine Report: Trump, Officials to Discuss Changes to Biofuels Policy Corruption Index Shows Africa Still Struggling, but Senegal, Ivory Coast Star Performers International Agriculture Fair Opens Saturday in Paris American Oncologist Asks Help to Stop Turkey's Attacks on Afrin Middle-School Engineering Students Compete to Design City of the Future Double-Arm Transplant Gives Marine Corps Veteran a Shot at New Life Capturing Baltimore's Violence 'Speed Breeding' in Australia Boosts Future Crop Possibilities Djibouti’s Main Opposition Party Boycotts Legislative Elections Australia No. 2 Leader to Resign Post, Remain in Parliament Trump ‘Thinking’ About Pulling Immigration Agents From California Syria: Civilian Deaths in Turkish Attacks May Be Unlawful Pregnant Women Will No Longer Await Trial in Brazilian Jails Philippines: Detained Duterte critic must be freed immediately "We stand in solidarity with civil society in Hungary" Bangladesh: Scrap Draconian Elements of Digital Security Act Burma: Scores of Rohingya Villages Bulldozed India Gets Another Chance Protecting Transgender Rights US State Department Backtracks on Women’s Rights Myanmar: Six months on in the Rakhine crisis Syria/Russia: International Inaction as Civilians Die US Embassy in Montenegro Offers Limited Services After Attack on Compound North Korea: UN Chief 'Picking a Quarrel' with Sanctions Remarks KIPP Charter Schools Co-Founder Fired, Misconduct Alleged Defense Officials Support Targeted Steel Tariffs Macron Promises to Protect French Farmers Embassy Attack Stokes Fears About How Fragile Balkan Stability Really Is Russian Indicted by US Seen as Doing Favors for Putin Protesters Ousted From Sacred Hawaiian Site Where Elvis Filmed Movie Trump: Give Guns to Teachers Who 'Want Them' Top US Diplomat in Venezuela Under Fire After Comments Forgot About That Joint? Vegas Airport Lets People Dump Pot US Women’s Hockey Team Wins Gold at Pyeongchang Olympics US Wants to Strip 5 Child Sex Offenders of Naturalized Citizenship Widow Disgusted by Indiana Immigration Ad Featuring Husband Malaysian Rapper's Dog Video Sparks Claim of Insulting Islam Florida Deputy Stood Outside as Gunman Attacked High School Controversial Immigration Bill Poses Key Test for France's Macron UN: Rohingya Children Face Perpetual Life in Limbo GOP Congressmen Challenge New Pennsylvania District Map U.N. elects Syria to top post fighting “subjugation of peoples” Canada's Trudeau Spurs Criticism, Raises Eyebrows on India Trip Argentina Eases Residency Application for Venezuelan Immigrants Turkey Condemns Dutch Parliament Recognition of 1915 Armenian Massacre As Genocide Troubled Latvian Bank Faces ECB Deadline to Avoid Closure Saudis Promised Double the Fun in Drive to Lure Back Tourist Dollars New Charges Brought Against Ex-Trump Campaign Associates Remarks by President Trump, Local and State Officials on School Safety First National Bank to Halt Production of NRA Credit Card UN: Press Freedom Abuses by Government Continue in South Sudan Grand Jury Indicts Missouri Governor Who Admitted Affair NRA's LaPierre Criticizes College Campuses Anglican Church Endorses Vatican's Call for Prayers for South Sudan, DRC US Official Focused on Election Security Being Removed From Job Syria/Russia: International Inaction as Civilians Die Montenegro Police Official: US Embassy Attacker Ex-Soldier University Experts to Lead Puerto Rico Storm Death Review Lawsuit: Trump's Ending Immigrant Program Racially Motivated Turkey’s Syria Operation Showcases Domestic Weapons Industry US Law Enforcement Officials Announce Largest Ever Elderly Fraud Case Book Trump? Interest Groups Press Case at His Properties UN Security Council to Discuss Syria Situation UK Police Investigating Package Sent to Harry and Meghan Another 1,500 Prisoners Released in Ethiopia February 22, 2018 Work on Afghan Section of TAPI Gas Pipeline to Begin Friday Top US Gun Lobbyist Lashes Out at Gun Control Advocates Egypt Military's Anti-Terror Campaign Raises Doubts US Drone Strike Kills al-Shabab Militants in Somalia US Lawmakers Under Pressure to Stem Gun Violence Egypt's Twice-Annual Sun Phenomenon Wows Crowds UN Atomic Agency: Iran Complying With Nuclear Accord Amnesty: Politics of Fear, Hate Being Normalized by Some Leaders Primitive Art: Neanderthals Were Europe's First Painters Haiti Suspends Oxfam Operations Two Iranian journalists arrested, beaten, now reportedly in a coma Has Russia Deployed Latest-Generation Stealth Warplanes in Syria? Trump: Only Most 'Adept' Teachers Should Carry Guns in Schools Not Much Fanfare as Mugabe Marks 94th Birthday Russian Election Meddling Part of Well-Oiled Propaganda Machine, Cyber Experts Say Amnesty Says Politics of Fear, Hate Being Normalized by Some Leaders Superagers' Brains Offer Clues for Sharp Memory in old age South Koreans Call for Skaters to Be Booted from Games Experts: Russian Election Meddling Part of Well-Oiled Propaganda Machine NRA Chief: Democrats, Media 'Want More Control' Over Guns More Pro-Syrian Government Forces Arrive in Afrin Amid Continued Turkish Shelling UN Flies Refugees from Libya to Europe, Where More Uncertainty Awaits Africa 54 Afghanistan Unveils Plans for Controversial Militia Force Las Vegas Loses Luster for Homeless Living in Underground Tunnels Soderbergh's Thriller Shot on iPhone Premieres in Berlin France Plays Catch-Up Coping With Radicalized Prisoners Media Monitor: No Press Freedom Left in Cambodia UNESCO and Education Above All Foundation Join Forces to Prioritize Inclusive Quality Education RSF condemns TV bureau chief’s detention in Somaliland US - Internet users attempt to delegitimize journalists and media outlets by sharing false information in midst of Florida shooting Sudan: Prisoner Release Left Many Activists Behind Sustainable development at the ICRC ICRC in Azerbaijan: Overview of activities in 2017 ICRC Director-General: “Missing people issue is a humanitarian issue” Trump Seeks to Clarify Call for Arming Teachers to Deter School Shootings 5 Dead in Indonesia Landslide China Denies Contacts with Separatist Militants in Pakistan Poachers Killing Elephants, Their Protectors in Northern Cameroon UNESCO Commits to Safeguarding Lake Chad Verdict imminent in trial of 29 Turkish journalists and media workers Concerns Raised Over US Increasing Low-Yield Nukes Some of Missing Nigerian Schoolgirls Rescued US Women’s Hockey Team Beats Canada 3-2 for Gold at Pyeongchang Olympics Ferry Blast Injures Dozens in Caribbean Resort African Asylum Seekers Facing Expulsion Have Embraced Israel Philippine President Draws Line on Cooperation with Maritime Rival China US, S. Korea Military Exercises Could End Outreach to Nuclear North Director-General Calls for Investigation into Assassination of Journalist Pamela (Pamika) Montenegro in Mexico Journalists, bloggers barred from vote count in Belarus RSF backs Chad’s “Day without Press” protest How buying bots threatens the freedom to inform Cambodia Prime Minister’s Son Urged to Explain Sex-Assault Allegations Man Throws Grenade at US Embassy in Montenegro, Kills Self Philippine Rebels: We’re Not Terrorists, Remain Open to Talks Israel Counters Iran's New Missile with Successful Interceptor Test Graham, 'America's Pastor,' Had Global Impact UN Chief Appeals for Truce for Syria's Besieged E. Ghouta Black Panther Offers a Bridge for African Americans to Connect with Their African Roots N.Korea to Send Delegation to Olympics Closing Ceremony, Meet S.Korea's Moon Deepening human rights crisis spurs new era of activism in the Americas State-sponsored hate spurs new era of social activism Sudan: Prisoner Release Left Many Activists Behind State-sponsored hate spurs new era of social activism Bahrain: 5 More Years for Jailed Activist Kuwait Releases Protesters on Bail “It’s Like We’re Always in a Prison” Interview: How Security Forces in Somalia Fail to Protect Children Bangladesh: Relocated families received aid in Cox’s Bazar RSF concerned by proposed reforms to Canada's National Security legislation Trump Listens to Survivors of School Shootings Trump: Why Didn’t Obama Stop Russia Election Meddling? Remarks From White House Listening Session on School Shootings As Cambodia's Senate Vote Nears, Fear Quiets Political Discussions Beyond 'Obamacare': New Liberal Plan on Health Care Overhaul US Companies Urged to Issue 'Clearer' Cyber Risk Disclosures Students, Parents Victimized by School Shootings Deliver Emotional Message to Trump Trump Jr: ‘Nonsense’ That Family’s Profiting From Presidency Florida Shooting Unleashes Youth Crusade for Stricter Gun Laws Pakistan Diplomat: Attempt to Add Islamabad to Terrorist Financing Watch List Delayed Refugees Camp Out at UN Office in Rwanda, Demand Better Conditions Protests in Greece Swell Against Property Auctions Ivanka Trump to Attend Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony in South Korea US Lawmakers Say It's Time to Restore Staff at Cuba Embassy Explosive Device Kills 2 French Soldiers in Mali Defense Secretary Has Yet to Send Transgender Guidance to Trump Vatican Sex Abuse Investigator Hospitalized in Chile 'Get a Grip' - Jennifer Lawrence Offended Over Plunging Dress Furor Cigars, Pipes Tied to Same Risks as Cigarettes Report: KKK Chapters Drop Sharply Despite 'Hate Group' Surge Ford US Chief Leaves After Probe into Inappropriate Behavior Activists Urge IGAD, AU to Pressure South Sudan's Warring Parties US SEC Calls for 'Clearer' Cyber Risk Disclosure From Companies The Road to the Red Planet Runs Through Omani Desert Africa 54 US Panel Recommends New Adult Vaccine Against Hepatitis B European Space Probe Prepares to Sniff Martian Atmosphere Chef Jose Andres Writing Book on Hurricane Maria Relief Work Pakistan’s Sharif Declared Ineligible to Head his Party Students Rally for Tighter Gun Laws in Tallahassee, Florida Mexican Front-Runner Promotes 'Well-Being of the Soul' Florida School Shooting Survivors Are Not 'Crisis Actors' Trump Demands Probe of Obama Response to Russia Election Meddling UN Chief Appeals for Truce for Syria's Besieged E. Ghouta Straight Talk Africa Israel Counters Iran’s New Missile With ‘Successful’ Interceptor Test Israeli Media: Netanyahu Confidant Turns State Witness in Corruption Probe February 21, 2018 Taliban Rebels Impose Taxes on Media Outlets in Restive Ghazni Corruption Monitor Paints Grim Picture in Africa for 2017 Florida Students Anti-Gun Rally Spreads New projects will explore the geological record to support sustainable development Philippine President Duterte bars Rappler reporter from palace Unfair ISIS Trial in Iraq Hands Women Harshest Sentences S. Korea official: GM 0ffers $2.8B Investment in S.Korea Over 10 Years Political Calculations Led Vatican to Agree with China on Bishop Appointment: Analysts Indonesia Quietly Passes Law to Quash Criticism of Politicians Sally Field Busts out old Outfits at Costume Guild Awards To Get a Ride, Uber Says Take a Walk Watchdog Accuses Afghan Forces of Summary Executions Drought Over: US Women Win 1st Olympic Cross-country Gold Boko Haram Reportedly Abducts Over 90 Nigerian Schoolgirls Rebels in Syria Prepare for Final Assad Assault on Ghouta Border Crossings: Mary Lambert 10 Suspected Islamic Militants Arrested in Malaysia Amid a Flood of Plastic, Big Companies See Opportunity Vice President Brings Advisory Group to Kennedy Space Center Cameroon Seeks Greater Female Political Participation Leaders Express Admiration, Sadness for Billy Graham Bollywood Menstruation Movie Sparks Conversation on Taboo Subject Supreme Court: Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Protection Is Narrow Report: Somali Authorities Abuse Children Linked to Al-Shabab Nigeria's Boko Haram Victims Totally Dependent on External Aid Malian Activist Urges Shakeup of Country's Politics Additional five-year jail term for Bahraini blogger Nabeel Rajab Kuwait/Philippines: Protect Filipino Migrant Workers UK: Players of People’s Postcode Lottery Award Funding to Human Rights Watch Does Ethiopia’s New State of Emergency Dash Hopes for Reform? Syria: Restraint, humanitarian access badly needed in Damascus US Men's Hockey Team Eliminated, Vonn Ends Olympic Ski Career with Bronze Trump Jr: 'Nonsense' That Family is Profiting from Presidency American Christian Evangelist Billy Graham Dies American Christian Evangelist Billy Graham 1918-2018 New Deadly Strikes Hit Damascus Suburb UNESCO works with Morocco and Spain to identify ecosystem solutions in the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean Somalia: Detained Children Face Abuse Trump Proposes Banning Devices that Make Some Guns More Lethal Researchers Harness the Power of Algae to Generate Really Green Energy Oxfam Investigates New Claims Of Sexual Misconduct Greenpeace Scientists on Fact-Finding Antarctic Mission Abbas Calls for International Conference to Restart Mideast Peace Process A Black Panther Themed Pop-Up bar Immerses Fans in Wakanda US Maintains Nuclear Triad, Adds Two More Nuclear Capabilities Trump Pushes for Ban on Bump Stock Devices Florida Students to Rally For Gun Control WH: New Security Clearance Policy Will Not Affect Kushner's Work Japan Says China Illegally Transferred Cargo to North Korea Bahrain Sentences Activist Rajab to 5 Years in Prison For Tweets Six People Killed in Overnight Attack on South African Police Station Philippines 'Concerned' as US Intelligence Tags Duterte a Threat to Democracy Cambodia: Apart for 2 years, detainee’s family finally gets to meet him South Sudan: Using solar power to bring water to 15,000 people Clashes Between Police and Sufi Protesters in Iran, Six People Dead, Hundreds Arrested Afghanistan: Alleged Summary Executions by Special Forces Philippine Government Bans Journalist from Presidential Palace Indonesia’s anti-LGBT drive should concern all Asia The Steep Price of Probation in Missouri Video: For-Profit Probation Companies Exploit Poorest Americans “Set up to Fail” The Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council of the Information for All Programme (IFAP) held yesterday its 28th meeting In solidarity with Civil Society in Hungary Trump Admin Says North Korea Scrapped Meeting with Pence Video of Gun Owner's Assault on an AR-15 Goes Viral After Florida Mass Shooting Tiger Woods Named as US Ryder Cup Vice Captain Temer's Failure on Brazil Pension Reform Leaves Tricky Task to Successor West Point Posthumously Admits Student Killed in Florida High School Shooting Artificial Intelligence Poses Risks of Misuse by Hackers, Researchers Say Pakistani Lawmaker Denies China Talking to Separatists in Baluchistan Macron to Propose Tighter Asylum Rules in Test of Parliamentary Majority US: North Korea Canceled Planned Meeting With VP Pence Clooney, Winfrey, Spielberg, Katzenberg Offer $500K Each for Gun Control March Venezuela: Launch of 'Petro' Cryptocurrency Raised $735 Million S. Korea Signs Free Trade Deals With 5 Central America Countries S. Korea's Cryptocurrency Industry Welcomes Regulator's Dramatic Change of Heart Ursula K. Le Guin Wins Posthumous Prize for Essay Writing Tajikistan: Activist Forcibly Returned From Turkey Study: Seas to Rise About a Meter Even If Climate Goals Met Robot Classmate Brings Mindfulness to a Whole New Level Polish Minister Backs Idea to Create 'Polocaust' Museum US Attorney General Creates Task Force to Study Cyberthreats Trump Orders Justice Department to Ban Bump Stocks Off-grid Power Pioneers Pour Into West Africa Fearing Tourist Drought, Cape Town Charts a New Relationship with Water US Designates Ansarul Islam as Terrorist Organization Illicit Financial Flows Outpace Development in Africa, OECD Says AP Explains: Syria's Starved, Rebellious Suburb Under Attack With Medicine Running Out, Venezuelans With Transplants Live in Fear Filmmaker Ford Dares Viewers to Analyze Their Own Biases, Fears, Tolerance Syrian Troops Retreat After Turkish Artillery Fires Warning Strikes Trump Awards Medal of Valor to 12 Public Safety Officers S. Korea to Announce Joint Military Drill Plan With US Before April Brazil's 'What a Shot' Music Video Stirs Debate Amid Violent Crime Wave Watchdog Holds Off on Adding Pakistan to Terrorist Financing Watch List, Official Says Report: Hawaii Wasn't Ready to Handle Missile Threat Alert Concern Over Syria Grows as Death Toll Rises Tiger Named as US Ryder Cup Vice Captain Trump Denounces Women Who Accused Him of Sex Abuse Cape Town Water Crisis Highlights Deep-Running Inequality Preventive Treatment for Peanut Allergies Succeeds in Study Vaping for Bugs Parts of Warsaw Ghetto Wall to Become Historic Monuments Carbs, Fat, DNA? Weight Loss Is Finicky, New Study Shows Popular Push for Austrian Smoking Ban Gathers Pace More Parties Join Venezuela Ballot Boycott Macron's State Reform Tsar Looks to Technology to Cut Red-Tape BP Sees Self-driving Electric Vehicles Crimping Oil Demand by 2040 Latvian Central Bank Chief Suspended, Says Victim of Smear Campaign Ebola's Impact Reached Beyond Death Toll to Basic Health Care Florida Students Push to Control Assault Rifle Sales Brazil's Lower House Approves Military Intervention in Rio Egypt Puts Prominent Politician Critical of Sissi on Terrorism List New Corruption Cases Entangle Netanyahu Aides Curling Is Ready to Rock the Strip in Las Vegas Russia, Pakistan Form Anti-Terror Military Cooperation Commission Study: Seas to Rise About a Meter Even If Climate Goals Are Met Mother Language – Bringing us together US - #WeeklyAddress: February 12 - 18: Press Secretary tells reporters they "put national security at risk" Award-Winning UK Film on Witch-Hunts in Zambia Hoped to Curb Attacks on Women Storycorps: African-American NASCAR Driver Was Driven to Compete Africa 54 Trump Urges Republicans to Fight Pennsylvania's Congressional Map Turkish Forces Shell Syrian Militias in Contested Kurdish Enclave African Union to Provide Assistance for Zimbabwe Elections DRC's Tanganyika Province Faces Humanitarian Disaster Ethiopian FM: No Security Concerns in Country Shaka: Extra Time Inquest Examines Killing of Baby in Kenya Post-Election Violence OAS Chief: Harsher Sanctions Needed Against Venezuela, Targeting Oil Vatican Special Envoy Hears Sex Abuse Victim Testimony in Chile Cape Town Water Crisis Highlights Deep-Running Inequality US Says Ready to Talk Mideast Peace; Abbas Calls for Conference Clinging to Tree Tops, Zimbabweans Bid Farewell to Tsvangirai Oxfam Probing New Sexual Misconduct Claims as Scandal Engulfs Aid Sector Hundreds of Thousands of Rohingya at Risk From Looming Monsoons RSF urges Gambian government to press ahead with media reform Yemen: City’s architectural connection to Islam at risk as fighting nears Syria’s Multi-Sided War Taxes Russia Canadian Figure Skating Duo Takes 2nd Gold at Winter Olympics Police Suspect Netanyahu Associate of Trying to Bribe Judge NYC Still Waiting to Fill New 'Night Mayor' Position Venezuela's Digital Coin Makes Debut 2 Aid Workers Killed in Eastern Congo, 1 Taken Hostage Russia Confirms Olympic Curler Tested Positive for Banned Substance Mueller Charges Lawyer With Lying in Ukraine-related Case Danish Royals Attend Private Funeral for Prince Henrik Disabled by Alcohol: Van Sant Brings Cartoonist Biopic to Berlin Bangladesh Ex-PM Appeals 5-Year Jail Sentence in Graft Case Maldives Parliament Approves Extension of State of Emergency Ancient Human Remains, Ice Age Animal Bones Found in Giant Mexican Cave UN Warns of Extraordinary Humanitarian Disaster in Southeast Congo Zambia Cholera Epidemic Continues to Slow as Number of Deaths Declines Kenya's KenGen Says to Add Extra 1,745 MW to Grid by 2025 UNICEF: Pakistan 'Most Dangerous' Country for Newborns UNESCO celebrates the power of mother languages to build peace and sustainability Maldives police use violence against journalists, arrest two Ceramic Body Armor Stronger than Steel Turkey Warns US, Syrian Government Against Supporting Kurds S. Korea Opposes US Tariff Hikes, But Military Alliance Remains United Syrian Monitor Reports 45 Deaths in New Strikes RSF urges New Delhi court to free Kashmiri photojournalist What “Meaningful Progress” in Kazakhstan? Experts Say Cooperation, Engagement Can Reduce Mass Killings "Black Panther" Sets Hollywood Records as Crowds Pack Theaters Around the Globe Wading the Rio Grande to a New, Undocumented, Life Lunar New Year Tradition Continues in U.S. With Annual Parade Students Hold 'Lie-In' Protest to Urge White House Action on Guns Ex-Peruvian President Ordered to Stand Trial for 1992 Killings Monitor: Syrian Military Bombardment of Damascus Suburb Kills 100, 500 Wounded Trump Again Blames Obama for Russia Meddling Response US: Private Probation Harming the Poor Interview: Licensing LGBT Discrimination in the US United States: State Laws Threaten LGBT Equality “All We Want is Equality”