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Two Authorities, One Way, Zero Dissent Video: Authorities Crush Dissent in Palestine Palestine: Authorities Crush Dissent Rome Escalator Accident Injures 20 Russian Soccer Fans Plugged In With Greta Van Susteren: Tibor Nagy Arrests of Migrant Families at US-Mexico Border Increase, Data Show US Still Determined to Pull Out of Key Arms Treaty With Russia Trump Effort to End Missile Treaty Draws Mixed Reaction US Lawmaker Vows to Work Toward New Trump Tax Cut Four US Soldiers Injured in Collision in Norway Ahead of NATO Exercise Cosby Judge Rejects New Trial Bid; Camille Cosby Sees Bias Factbox: Who Are 15 Saudis Who Traveled to Turkey Ahead of Khashoggi's Killing? Ecuador Will No Longer Intervene With UK for Assange Readers Pick America's Best-loved Novel in Nationwide Vote Lawmakers Postpone Interview with Deputy AG Rosenstein US Security Advisor Signals Washington will Abandon Key Nuclear Pact with Russia President's Office Denies Unknown Assailants Targeted Leader's Son EU Rejects Italy's Budget, Raising Stakes in Dispute Obama to Campaign for Michigan Democrats on Friday Obama Rails Against Republicans, Rallies Democrats in Nevada Iraq: Blast at Market Near Mosul Kills 6, Including 2 Troops UN: 14 Million Yemenis Could Soon Be at Risk of Starvation US to Revoke Visas of Saudis Implicated in Khashoggi's Death US, Gulf Countries Issue Joint Sanctions Against Taliban Figures Players on Edge for Record $1.6 Billion US Lottery Jackpot Drawing Dutch King Highlights Brexit Uncertainty on Visit to Britain Retired US Supreme Court Justice O'Connor Says She Has Dementia Desperate & Duped? GoFundMe Means Big Bucks for Dubious Care Syria's Food Production Hits 29-Year Low Sandy Hook Shooter's Belongings Ordered Released to Public October 23, 2018 Low-tech Tools Can Fight Land Corruption, Experts Say Saudi, Bahrain Add Iran's Revolutionary Guards to Terror Lists In Chaotic Era, Conference Aims to Amplify US 1st Amendment Saudis to Give Pakistan $6 Billion Worth Cash, Defer Oil Payments Relief Palestinians: Israelis Fatally Shot Teen at Gaza Protest Trump's 'Space Force' to Be Built in Stages by 2020 Land Reform in South Africa Term Limits in Africa US Tech Companies Reconsider Saudi Investment UN Expert on Human Rights Welcomes Thaw on Korean Peninsula Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Seeks Dialogue on Economic Crisis Mélenchon’s ever-growing guerrilla war against the media Brazil: Newspaper attacked after reporting illegal funding that benefited presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro Saudi Arabia: 10 things you need to know about a kingdom of cruelty Trump's Security Adviser to Talk Arms Control With Russia's Putin Prince Harry, Meghan Arrive in Fiji Twitter Removes Accounts Linked to Alex Jones, Infowars Officials: Deputy Chief of IS-Linked Group in Somalia Killed A GOP Favorite Faces a Democratic Groundbreaker in Vermont Apple Offers a Range of iPhones, From $450 to $1,100 Vandalism, Neglect Haunt Libya's Ancient Heritage Sites Trump Escalates Immigration Rhetoric at Rally to Boost Cruz Report: US Targets Russian Operatives Ahead of Election Trial Starts for Suspect in Tourist Killings in Tajikistan Human Rights Watch: Palestinians Crush Dissent with Torture Japan: Man Believed to Be Missing Journalist in Syria Freed Diddy Pledges $1M to New Bronx Charter School Shaka: Extra Time Africa 54 Stock Markets Tumble Gripped by Geopolitical Fears Researchers Discover Microplastics in 100 Percent of People Studied First Sign Language Starbucks Opens in Washington DC China, UNESCO and EU conference on World Heritage and sustainable development French full-body veil ban, violated women’s freedom of religion: UN Human Rights Committee Erdogan: Khashoggi Killing Was Premeditated Act Illinois Voters Choose Issues Over Heritage in Congressional Race French Media Calls on Macron Not to Close Palace Press Room Vietnam Parliament Elects Communist Party Chief as President Taiwan Court: Excessive Speed Caused Deadly Train Derailment As Trade War Persists, Japan's Abe Heads for First Visit to China Flashpoint Indian Temple Closes without Admitting Women Will Khashoggi Killing Trigger Saudi Crown Prince's Downfall? Authorities: Explosive Device Found Near George Soros' Home McDonald's Notches Sales Growth in Key Regions; Profits Dip Pakistani PM Khan Vows to Hold Peace Talks with India Issue of Married Catholic Priests Gains Traction Under Pope Brazil's Bolsonaro Declines Debate with Rival ahead of Sunday Election French Film Star Catherine Deneuve Receives Japanese Award UN Staff to Help Migrants with Asylum Claims Journalist killed in armed attack in Kandahar Illinois Voters Choose Issues Over Identity Saudi Economic Forum Opens Despite Backlash Over Critic’s Killing US Warships Sail Through Taiwan Strait Erdogan: Khashoggi Killing a Premeditated Act Powerful Hurricane Willa to Hit Mexico's Pacific Coast Challenges to Indian Child Welfare Act Concern Native Americans Wishing for life in South Sudan to return to normal Separated by distance, connected by wifi Director-General urges investigation into killing of journalist Sohail Khan in Pakistan Turkey’s President Promises To Reveal Details of Khashoggi’s Killing Trump: Looking Closely At Transgender Rights Medical Drugs Hit Zimbabwe’s Black Market Air Force One: What’s Inside The President’s Aircraft? Anti-Immigrant Activists See Migrant Caravan as a Political Gift An Avatar Is Going to Help Police Guard European Borders To Some the Migrant Caravan is a Political Gift Turkish Leader Due to Give 'Naked Truth' About Death of Saudi Journalist China Celebrates Opening of New Mega Bridge Linking Hong Kong, Macau Human Rights Watch Mourns Loss of David Mepham Trump Calls Migrant Caravan 'An Assault On Our Country' Human Rights Watch Wins Award for Nursing Home Study The Saudi Playbook: Self-Investigations of Civilian Deaths in Yemen and Khashoggi Witness: Girls in Senegal Risk Losing Their Futures Immigrant Children Still Being Locked Up in the US Confronting US Policing’s Record of Violence and Abuse World Leaders Should Reject Saudi Whitewash Immigrant Children Still Being Locked Up Sri Lanka Draft Counter Terrorism Act of 2018 Letter to Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe of Sri Lanka Uncertainty looms large over thousands still displaced in Marawi Russian Air Defense Boost to Syria Seen Unlikely to Shield Iran’s Forces from Israel Pizza Deliveryman Arrested at Military Base Jailed Again CIA Director Travels to Turkey Over Death of Saudi Journalist Iran-backed Hezbollah Sanctioned by US Senate Bible Museum Admits Some of Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake Board Urges Puerto Rico to Implement Tax, Labor Reforms Bolton to Meet with Putin on Possible US Pullout from Arms Treaty Small Victory for Lead Poisoning Victims in China As human caravan moves through Mexico, ‘full respect’ needed for national control of borders: UN chief Transgender Activists Rally Against Reported Plan to Redefine Gender Saudi State TV Says Crown Prince Meets US's Mnuchin Brazil's Right-Wing candidate Scolds Son for Threat to Shut Top Court Russia Signals Willingness to Consider US Complaints about Arms Treaty Trump Remains Unsatisfied with Saudi Accounts on Khashoggi Trump: US to Cut Aid to Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador Russian Woman Mocks US Charges of Meddling in 2018 Election Bolton: Russian Meddling Had No Effect on 2016 Election Outcome US Regulator Orders Halt to Self-Driving School Bus Test in Florida US Senate Passes Sanctions Against Iran-backed Hezbollah US — #WeeklyAddress: October 15 - October 21: Former FBI agent receives four-year sentence for violating Espionage Act ‘Many challenges to overcome’ at UN, in fight against abuse: victims’ advocate As caravan moves through Mexico, ‘full respect’ needed for countries’ right to control borders: UN chief Turkish Investigators Turn up Heat on Riyadh Over Khashoggi's Death Taiwan Closely Monitored Two US Warships' Path Through Taiwan Strait Bolton Meets with Russian Officials on Trump Plan to Withdraw from Arms Treaty South China Sea Code of Conduct Gains Momentum as China Moves to Complete Militarization Humble Pomegranate Seed Provides Clue to How Yemen's War Fuels Hunger Coalition Targets Islamic State in 2nd Mosque in Less than a Week October 22, 2018 Zimbabwe Authorities Worried by Medical Drugs on Black Market Sandra Day O'Connor Withdraws From Public Life WADA Says Russia Critics Harming Doping Fight For Iran’s Activists, Prison’s Just the Start Philippine Sugar Plantation Massacre US Congress Should Protect Transgender Rights USA: Facts and figures on illegal pushbacks, arbitrary detention and ill treatment of asylum-seekers in the United States Syria: While Raqqa’s dead are buried in mass graves, US-led coalition buries its head in the sand GOP Fight Over Leadership After November Vote to be Messy DeSantis, Gillum Tackle Trump and More in Florida Debate 'Extremely Dangerous' Hurricane Willa Aims for Mexico's West Pakistan, Russia Begin Joint Anti-Terror Military Drills Up in Smoke: Hamas Cracks Down on Gaza Drugs AP Fact Check: Trump on Migrants, Saudis, Hispanic Vote Turkish Video Allegedly Shows Saudi Agent Posing as Khashoggi Kushner Says US in 'Fact-Finding Phase' on Khashoggi Malta Academic in Trump Probe Often Vanishes After Scandals In Oregon, A Community Responds to Imprisonment of Migrants Cameroon's Biya Declared Election Winner Relative: Victim of Brutal Ugandan Security Arrest Still Missing Hidden in Diaries, Untold Stories of Boko Haram Survivors Feature in Film Africa 54 NATO Says Service Member Killed in Afghanistan Late Saudi Writer Khashoggi Supported Arab Spring, Free Speech What is the INF Treaty? RSF issues warning about Saudi Arabia's Press Freedom Index ranking Trump: US Will Now Begin Cutting Aid to Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador US Brigadier General Wounded in Afghanistan Christie's Auctioning Hawking's Items Monitor: Political Will Could End Eastern Ukraine Conflict Quickly Maldives Court Frees Opposition Leader Convicted of Bribery For Many Brazilians, Election Is Picking 'Lesser of Evils' Indonesia Calls for 'Transparent and Thorough' Probe of Khashoggi Killing Several Powerful Earthquakes Strike off the Shore of Canada Trump Space Force - A Real Need But Hazy Planning Harry and Meghan Travel in Different Style on Australia Tour Britain’s Theresa May Tries to Hold Off Party Revolts 2 Dead After Migrant Boat Sinks Off Turkey's Coast PM Formally Apologizes to Australian Child Sex Abuse Victims Midterm Elections Could Impact America's Global Engagement UK's May Pleads for Support, says Brexit Deal is Almost Done War at the front door: A virtual reality challenge inside urban conflict Indian Kashmir’s Incredible Floating Homes Face Green Challenges Migrant Caravan Shrinks After Trump's Warning Individual Cooling Units Could Save Lives Migrants Fleeing Violence, Continue North as Trump Tweets They Are Not Welcome The Koreas and United Nations Command Work Toward Disarming the DMZ Philippines Scrambles to Find Undersea Energy as Import Prices Hit Consumers Senior US General Wounded in Terror Attack in Afghanistan Taiwan Investigates Train Derailment That Killed 18 Rebel Group Claims South Sudan Ceasefire Has Been Violated Afghan Parliamentary Elections Come To A Close Sri Lanka: Amend Counterterrorism Bill Turkey's President Promises to Reveal 'Naked Truth' About Khashoggi Killing AP Analysis: Saudi Prince Likely to Survive Worst Crisis Yet Famed Norwegian Resistance Fighter of WWII Joachim Ronneberg Dies at 99 Europeans Want Iran Bank Connected to World: French Senator Easter Islanders Hope to Swap a Copy for Iconic Statue in UK museum Exit poll: Polish Populists Lead Local Votes, Support Down US Lawmakers Slam Saudi Explanation for Khashoggi's Death Efforts to Tackle Illegal Drugs ‘Spectacular’ Failure Saudi Arabia: 'Huge and Grave Mistake' in Killing of Journalist Congo Rebels Kill 15, Abduct Kids in Ebola Outbreak Region Turkey to Reveal Details of Probe Into Khashoggi’s Killing UNHCR: People Seeking Asylum Have Legal Right to Enter US Jordan Cancels Part of Peace Agreement with Israel 17 Killed in Taiwan Train Derailment Trump: Saudis Deceptive, Lying about Journalist's Death Coalition Airstrike Targets Mosque Used by Islamic State In Photos: Caravan of Central American Migrants Saudi Khashoggi Admission Fails to Stem International Outrage Foreigners Sold Net $1.1 BLN of Saudi Stocks in Week to Oct 18 Russia Wants Explanation of Trump Withdrawal from Arms Treaty Trump on Asylum Seekers: Hysterical, Shortsighted, Wrong Young Catholics Urge Vatican to Issue Inclusive LGBT Message Meghan's Schedule in Australia Cut Back after Hectic Start Migrants Swim, Raft Their Way Into Mexico as They Head for US Angola Says 380,000 Illegal Migrants Exit in weeks Maldives' Top Court Dismisses Outgoing President's Petition People Seeking Asylum Have Legal Right to Enter US Territory Ethiopian Marathoner who Made Rio Protest Returns from Exile Saudi Writer Saw Turkey as Base for a New Middle East Hurricane Willa Grows Rapidly off Mexico's Pacific Coast Saudi Official: Chokehold Killed Journalist; Body Carried Out in Rug China Top Official in Macau Dies in Fall From Building Most British Firms Will Trigger Brexit Plans ‘by Christmas’ Public Trust in Vaccines Plummets After Philippines Dengue Crisis Public Trust in Vaccines Plummets After Philippines Dengue Crisis Typhus on Rise in Los Angeles, Several Other US Cities Typhus Cases Rise in Los Angeles, Several Other US Cities New York Museum Celebrates Frankenstein at 200 Depression-Era 'Lunch Atop a Skyscraper' a Symbol of American Optimism Pakistani Women Carpenters Prove They Can Build as Well as Men An Art Mecca in Cleveland Warehouse Tiny Wind Turbines Offer Sustainable Urban Alternative to Large Fans Is There Interference in US Midterm Elections? What We Know Saudi Official: Chokehold Killed Writer, Body Carried Out in Rug Day 2 of Afghan Vote After Technical Issues, Attacks Tickets Selling ‘Very, Very Quickly’ for $1.6 Billion Mega Millions Minister: Comoros Army Regains Control in Anjouan America’s Oldest Restaurant Serves Seafood and History UAE: Jailed British Academic Denied Rights Americas: Authorities must not deport caravan members to face danger Timeline of Saudi Statements on Khashoggi Rebels Kill Congolese Army Health Workers Fighting Ebola Watchdogs Press Pakistan on Terror Financing Immunotherapy Shows Modest Progress Against Breast Cancer Trump, Biden Campaign in Nevada Senate Race Vivid Battle Memories Return to Egypt With British Veterans Ruling Party Finishes First in Iraqi Kurdistan Election Israel Delays Evictions in West Bank Bedouin Village 55 People Killed in Violence in Northern Nigeria Tanzania Arrests 104 for Plotting 'Radical Camps' in Mozambique New York Witches to Aim Hex at Justice Kavanaugh Facebook's WhatsApp Flooded With Fake News in Brazil Election Former Dutch PM Kok Dies at 80 France, Germany Join Outcry Over Saudi Journalist's Death Congo's Controversial Voting Machines Start Arriving Trump Says US Will Pull Out of Intermediate Range Nuke Pact Millions of Afghans Vote Despite Attacks, Threats Relatives of India Train Accident Victims Stage Protests Chronic Hunger Stalks Millions in War-Torn Yemen Deadly Blast Rips Kabul Polling Station as Afghans Vote for Parliament Thousands March in London Urging New Brexit Vote Rights Group Calls on Saudis to Produce Khashoggi's Body RSF calls for boycott of Riyadh summit, freeze on business ties with Saudis No Winner; US Lottery Jackpot Climbs to Record $1.6 Billion Thousands in Taiwan Rally in Support of Independence Australia Government Loses Parliamentary Majority UN to South Sudan Rebels: Free Abducted Civilians Director-General firmly condemns the killing of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Afghan Voters Defiant in Face of Taliban Threats IS Frees 6 Hostages in Deal with Syrian Government UAE: Senior military officers from around the world meet to discuss laws of war Afghans Vote Amid Taliban Threats, Fears of Fraud African Billionaire Abducted in Tanzania Back Home Unharmed Bali Beauty Pageant Signals Renewed Anti-LGBT Crackdown Saudis Admit the Death of Khashoggi; Crown Prince in Charge of Investigation Using Tech to Save World's Most Endangered Species in Tanzania Alaska Governor Drops Re-Election Bid, Backs Democrat Monitor Gives Iran New Money-Laundering Reform Deadline Mass Arrests, ‘Brainwashing’ Threaten Ethiopia’s Reform Agenda Human Rights Watch Letter for Senegal’s Middle and Secondary Teachers Autonomous Union (SAEMSS) The lessons we have to learn from the Laquan McDonald verdict Coalition Letter to National Park Service Opposing Protest Fees in Washington, DC Why the US has to Hold Saudi Arabia to Account for the Disappearance and Alleged Slaying of Khashoggi Numbers Announced in $1 Billion US Lottery Drawing Numbers in $1 Billion US Mega Millions Drawing Announced Bolton Headed to Russia Amid Fears US Leaving Nuclear Deal Macedonia’s Parliament Approves Change in Country’s Name Manafort Sentencing Set for February; Comes to Court in Wheelchair VOA Interview: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Hackers Breach System, Get Data on 75,000 US Mega Millions $ 1 Billion Winning Numbers Announced Sudanese Official: We Are Not Sponsoring Terrorists Migrant Caravan Breaks Through Guatemalan Border Fence IMF Reaches Deal with Ukraine on New $4 Billion, 14-Month Loan Democrats Gain Congressional Fundraising Advantage Haley Blasts Iran Over Alleged Use of Child Soldiers Pastor Freed by Turkey Talks of Breakdown, Forgiveness $215M Settlement Offered in Alleged Abuse by Campus Gynecologist US Officials Warn No Letup in Russian Meddling Attempts Children separated at border, suffering alarming and prolonged effects: UN rights experts Pakistan Blasts India Over Purchase of Russian Air Defense System (Im)migration News Recap, Oct. 14-20 Turkey Questions Employees of Saudi Consulate on Khashoggi US Worried by Voter-Influence Efforts of Russia, China, Iran US, South Korea Again Call Off Major Drill Judge Drops Some Charges Against Ex-Trump Campaign Manager Manafort Russian Charged with Conspiring to Interfere in US Congressional Elections Trump Criticized for Praising Congressman Who Body-slammed Reporter WikiLeaks' Assange Sues in Ecuador for Better Asylum Terms, Lawyer Says Pompeo on Saudi Investigation Into Journalist's Disappearance VOA Interview: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Fact-Checking Site Supports Claim US Ranked as 'Flawed Democracy' UN Report: SPLA-IO Abducted 900 People, Forced 24,000 to Flee Western Equatoria This Year Protecting Syrian Property Rights Lebanon’s Waste Crisis Hits Home At Least 50 Dead After Train Runs Over Crowd in India Former Interpol Leader's Wife: 'Everybody in China Is at Risk' Millions Across US Line Up for $1Billion Lottery Jackpot Former Deputy UK Leader Nick Clegg Takes Post with Facebook Africa 54 Suspect Says He Didn't Mean to Kill Bulgarian Journalist Crown Prince's Modernization Plans Jeopardized by Suspected Khashoggi Killing October 19, 2018 Financial Watchdog: Regulate Cryptocurrencies Now, Or Else Water Experts Question World Bank's Role in Laos Dam GOP Panel's Foreign Agent Inquiry Triggers Harsh Response British Ex-Spy Chief: Brexit Leaves UK Vulnerable to Attack Supermodel Karlie Kloss Marries Jared Kushner's Brother Rapper Cardi B Hands Out Free Coats in New York Yemen Cyclone Survivors in Dire Need of Aid Pakistan Blasts India Over Purchase of Air Defense System From Russia Ethiopia: Ensure Justice for Abuses in Jail Ogaden South Sudan: ICRC facilitates release of 24 detainees DRC: RSF calls for the release of five journalists arrested today in Kinshasa Trump Administration Rethinks Foreign Aid With Eye Toward China Inter-Korean Military Pact Leaves Washington Uneasy Pope Accuser Strikes Back, Blames Gay Priesthood for Abuse Radical Preacher Anjem Choudary Released From UK Prison Turkish Police Search for Remains of Missing Saudi Journalist Turkey to Host Four-Nation Summit on Syria Crisis Rohingya Hindus Celebrate Durga Puja for First Time European, Asian Leaders Want Free Trade, Push Back at Trump Bangladesh Music Fans Mourn Rock Megastar Massive Aid Effort Underway for Survivors of Indonesia Quake-Tsunami Kandahar Vote Postponed Following Raziq Killing in Southern Afghanistan International mission finds Maltese authorities are failing to safeguard press freedom, calls for public inquiry in murder case of Daphne Caruana Galizia Taiwanese to Take to Streets Saturday, Protest China ‘Bullying’ Afghanistan Delays Vote in Kandahar After Commander Killed Trump Creates New Development Assistance Agency to Counter China Democrats Gain Congressional Fundraising Edge Democrats Lead in Fundraising, But Will It Be Enough to Topple Republicans? Helicopter Crashes on US Aircraft Carrier in Asia; Sailors Hurt Haiti’s President Launches PetroCaribe Investigation Pressure Mounts on Trump to Confront Saudis on Khashoggi Disappearance Vietnamese Blogger 'Mother Mushroom' Arrives in US After Two Years in Prison From Internet Access to Digital Economy, World Bank Focuses on Africa's Youth Mexico Beach Begins Recovery After Michael Sweeps Away Most of Town Life in America's Northernmost Observatory: Tracking Climate Change French Startup Offers Visions of Damaged Middle Eastern Cities Bangladesh: Crackdown on Social Media Lebanon: Burning Trash Poses Serious Health Risk Atrocities, Punishment, and Cruelty in the Americas Lebanon: No Action to Enforce New Waste Law Turkey: Seek UN Inquiry on Khashoggi Mexico: Violence and Opacity under Peña Nieto Peru: Veto Bill Designed to Ensure Fujimori’s Freedom Iran’s Environmentalists Are Caught Up in a Political Power Struggle Video: Senegalese activists campaign against sexual abuse in schools “It’s Not Normal” Pro-Kremlin activists on trial in Finland for harassing reporter Obtaining US visas: A plight for foreign conflict reporters Hindu fundamentalists attack women reporters in Southern India Report: US Interior Watchdog Faults Zinke’s Travel Practices China’s Economic Growth Slows During US Trade Fight Thousands Evacuated in California Near Underground Gas Fire US Halts Polish Pork Imports Over African Swine Fever Rwandan President Names New Foreign, Defense Ministers Women-to-Women Business Fund Comes to Britain Man Who Fell Into Arizona Mine 'Fortunate' to Survive Trump Administration Seeks DACA Immigration Ruling Soon Brazil Front-runner Accused of Illegal Campaign Practices China Accuses West of Double Standard on Xinjiang Two Trump Aides Tangle Over Immigration Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Inching Toward $1 Billion At Rally and Without Evidence, Trump Says Democrats Back Caravan US Takes Steel, Aluminum Tariff Fight to WTO Afghanistan’s Elections Offer Hope Amid Fear Khashoggi case highlights ‘very worrying practice’ of overseas abductions, says UN expert US Stocks Slide on Saudi Arabia, Italy Concerns Trump Says It Appears Missing Saudi Journalist is Dead Former FBI Agent Sentenced for Leaking Documents Data Project Aims to Stop Human Trafficking Before It Occurs Survey: US Sports Leagues Could Reap $4.2 Billion a Year from Legal Betting Tribe of Slain Libya Rebel Commander Protests at Eastern Oil Port US Skeptical of Russia's Newest IS Claims Two Dead, 20 Hurt in Anti-Corruption Protests in Haiti Colgate Idles Venezuela Detergent Plant for Lack of Boxes Wet and Mild: Warm Winter Predicted for Much of US Protection of cultural property: Burkina Faso takes a decisive step forward (in French) Tsunamis: 'complacency is the real danger' Kashoggi case highlights ‘very worrying practice’ of overseas abductions, says UN expert US Student Wins Court Appeal to Study in Israel Florida to Bend Voting Rules in Counties Hit by Hurricane UN Urges Diplomacy to Avert War in Rebel-Held Idlib Turkey Threatens to Move on Syria's Manbij US Probes Abuse Allegations Against Catholic Clergy in Pennsylvania Their Money Worthless, Venezuela's Desperate Flee by Foot European and Asian Leaders Seek to Boost Trade, Security Egypt Denies Forced Disappearance Reports of Former Lawmaker Over 20,000 People Newly Displaced in Northern Yemen In Toothy Prequel, Piranha-Like Fish Menaced Jurassic Seas EU Warns Italy on Budget But Walks a Fine Line Press freedom admits no exceptions, RSF tells South Korea US - Newly-released FBI documents show agency's impersonation of journalists Bring killers of journalists to justice: UN agency seeks media partners for new campaign Pope Gets Invite to North Korea, Indicates will Consider it Over 60 World Leaders to Attend Paris WWI Commemorations New Zimbabwe Documentary on Massacres Takes Aim at President EU Moves Closer to Overcoming Migration Feud Russian Authorities Searching in Crimea for Possible Accomplice in Mass Shooting Trump Threatens to Close US-Mexico Border to Stop Migrants Fearing EU is Losing Brexit Patience, Britain’s May Climbs Down Kosovo Votes to Create National Army Over Serb Objections US Giving Saudis More Time to Finish Investigation into Missing Journalist Africa 54 Putin: Russia 'Ahead Of Competition' With Latest Weapons Mnuchin Pulls US Out of Saudi Investment Conference Warsaw Taxis Hold Anti-Uber Go Slow Democrats: Trump Intervened Personally to Stop FBI HQ Move US Downgrades Jerusalem Diplomatic Mission to Palestinians Christian Graves Desecrated in Central Israel Russian Firms Test Non-Dollar Deals to Sidestep US Sanctions Kenya's Kip Keino Hands Himself Over to Police in Corruption Case Zimbabwe: Landmark court ruling against draconian protests legislation opens a new chapter for human rights RSF joins call urging Turkey to seek UN inquiry on Khashoggi Bolsonaro poses a serious threat to press freedom and democracy in Brazil UN rights chief calls for release of hundreds abducted and abused in South Sudan Rohingya Refugee Camps Rife With Forced Labor, Sexual Exploitation Biden: Trump 'Coddles' Autocrats Like Kim, Putin, Saudis Ethiopia PM says Soldiers' Protest Attempt to Derail Reforms Why America Stopped Shopping at Sears US State of Virginia Kicks Off 400th Anniversary Year Tennessee Women Slow to Back GOP's Blackburn in Senate Race Uganda, at 'Big Risk' for Ebola, Says Congo Is Managing Well South Korea’s Taxi Drivers Urge Seoul to Halt Release of New Ride-Sharing App Facebook's Election 'War Room' Takes Aim at Fake Information US, Chinese Defense Chiefs Meet in Effort to Improve Ties Influential Afghan Police Commander Killed Rural Americans Struggle with Poor Broadband Access A new chapter in the strategic partnership between Japan and UNESCO Britain’s May Considers Extending Post-Brexit Transition Exiled Vietnamese Blogger: I’m Not Alone in Pushing for Freedom In Mexico Beach, Coming Home to Find no Home Young Candidates for Afghan Parliament Likely to Change the Country's Politics Victims of Zimbabwe's Post Election Violence Seek Justice Vietnamese Blogger 'Mother Mushroom' Arrives in US China Defends Xinjiang 'Internment Camps' Ahead of UN Review World Bank and UNESCO join forces for enhancement of the right of access to information by victims of the armed conflict in Colombia International Conference on the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons Russian Officials: Crimea School Shooting Was 'Mass Murder,' Not Terrorism Ex-USA Gymnastics President Indicted in Texas New Beginnings Found on Jeju Island Turkish Investigators Revisit Saudi Consulate as Pompeo Prepares to Brief Trump Saudi Investment Conference Loses Attendees Senegal: Teen Girls Sexually Exploited, Harassed in Schools Khashoggi’s Last Column: Arab World Needs Free Expression Japan Exports Fall for First Time Since 2016 Food, Water, a Ride: Guatemalans Help Honduran Migrants Honduran Migrant Caravan Marches Toward Mexico Somali Victims Recount Africa's Deadliest Terrorist Attack Lebanon: No Action to Enforce New Waste Law Violence and Opacity under Peña Nieto Peru: Police officers from the Americas analyse ways of reducing the humanitarian impact of urban violence World ‘deserves to know the truth’ behind Khashoggi disappearance: UN human rights chief Shortlist for Reporters Without Borders’ first-ever London Press Freedom Awards announced Legendary Istanbul Photographer Ara Guler Dies at 90 McConnell: Senate Republicans May Try Obamacare Repeal Again White House Counsel Don McGahn Returns to Civilian Life Police Fire on Haitians Protesting Alleged Misuse of Oil Funds US Says Committed to Syria, Iraq Beyond Anti-IS Efforts Email: Political Appointee to Lead Interior Department Watchdog Trump Criticizes California Wildfire Work, Threatens Funding More Rain Expected Amid Central Texas Flooding US Again Declines to Label China a Currency Manipulator Report: Solomon Islands’ Logging Risks Forests Lawyers for Brazil's President Ask Top Court to Annul Police Graft Accusations Britain Says Time's Up for Sex Predators in Global Aid Sector WHO: Ebola in DRC Is Not a Global Health Emergency Jubilant Customers Light Up as Marijuana Sales Begin in Canada Protesters Stop Women Aged 10 to 50 From Entering Indian Temple UN Syria Envoy to Try to Move on Constitution Before Leaving Suspect in Bulgarian Journalist's Murder Extradited from Germany Minnesota House Hopeful Calls Marriage, Fraud Allegations 'Lies' Brazil Far-right Candidate Backs Church Anti-abortion Stance Man Gets Nearly 25 years for Arson of Texas Mosque Magnets Might Become Miracle Cure for Pain Exchange with the High Representative for Disarmament Affairs and other High-Level Officials on the current state of affairs in the field of disarmament and arms control