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After Election Canada Announces Peacekeeping Mission in Mali US — #WeeklyAddress: March 12 —18: Trump administration censors and withholds record number of FOIA requests After 2016 Election, US Poised to Fight Fake News - in Kenya Trump Resumes Attack on Russia Probe Interview: Zimbabwe's New Opposition Leader Faces Vote 6 Months After Mexico Quake Some Still Camp Outside Homes Snow, High Winds hit Europe; Croatia Faces Swollen River Assad Films Himself Driving to Ghouta to Demonstrate Victory Norway's Christian Democrats Meet to Decide Government's Fate Election Observers: Russian Election Lacked Real Choice 4 People Injured When Trains Collide, Derail in Kentucky UN Condemns Congo's 'Unlawful' Crackdown on Protests France Urges Tough EU Approach on Iran to Save Nuclear Accord Low-Profile Official to Head China's New Powerful Anti-Graft Agency Prosecutors Call for Arrest of Former South Korean President Lee Crown Prince: Saudi Women Should Have Choice Whether to Wear Abaya Robe Philippines Takes step Towards Legalizing Divorce For Syrian Refugees, Marriage Trap Breeds Statelessness in Lebanon US Top Court Will Not Hear Challenge to Federal Agency Power Bolivia's Morales in The Hague to Petition World Court over Chile Sea Access US Top Court Rejects Arizona Challenge to 'Dreamers' Program Ukraine: Justice Needed for Former Secret Prison Detainees Demonstrators in Spanish Capital March for Pensions; Against Security Law North Korea Nuclear Summits Planning Underway Another Package Bomb in Austin, Texas Israel Arrests French Consulate Employee for Gaza Smuggling EU Criticizes Turkey's Offensive in Syrian Town of Afrin Sweetwater Bridge Collapse: Seconds Separated Those Who Lived, Died WH Lawyer: Trump Not Considering Firing Special Counsel Mueller Johnson: Russia's Denial About Poisoning 'Increasingly Absurd' Muslim Superhero Series Highlights Immigrant Experience in America Trump Fumes Over Special Counsel Mueller's Probe Robot Orchestra Creates Otherworldly, Psychedelic Music at SXSW Turkish-backed Forces Claim Victory in Afrin MS-13 Origins - Part 1 of VOA Series Indonesia to Effectively Continue Fuel Subsidy Proposed International Court Exit Casts Suspicion on Philippine Anti-Drug Campaign UNESCO Study: More Investment Needed in ‘Green’ Water Management Systems Putin Sails to Big Victory, Amid Allegations of Voter Fraud Access to safe water: Is the green revolution around the corner? German Band Works in Concert With "Robotic" Instruments to Create Music Mix The Stories of Asylum Seekers Trapped in Greece Algeria: Feminist Groups Arbitrarily Suspended Impunity Bred Marielle's Murder AP Exclusive: Kushner Cos. Filed False NYC Housing Ppaperwork Facebook's Zuckerberg Comes Under Fire From UK, US Lawmakers StoryCorps: To RP Salazar, with Love Northeast Snowstorms Give Ski Areas Late Season Powder Blast Brazilians March Against Murder of Black Politician and Human Rights Activist Pakistan Aims to Fight Hate Speech through a Smartphone App Taliban Skeptical of Afghan Government's Peace Offer Russia's Putin Wins by Big Margin Exit Poll says Putin Easily Wins Russian Presidential Vote March 18, 2018 Trump Assails Special Counsel Mueller as Politically Biased in Russia Probe Hundreds of Brazilians Protest Murder of Councilwoman Preliminary Results Project Putin's Re-election, Amid Allegations of Voter Fraud Syrian Kurds Vow 'New Phase' of War Against Turkish Forces in Afrin Li Keqiang Appointed for Second Term as Chinese Premier Nigeria Skips African Summit in Blow to Free Trade Deal Trump Assails Special Counsel Mueller as Politically Biased in Russia Probe Paralympic Chief Closes Pyeongchang Winter Games Bundesbank's Buch Adds to Calls for Cryptocurrency Regulation Republican Senators Spar over Trump Nominees to Head State Department, CIA Putin Expected to Easily Win Russian Presidential Vote Lawmakers Say UK Should Consider Postponing Brexit Israel Destroys Hamas Tunnel in Gaza Sexual Violence in Syria Used as Tool to Instill Fear and Shame Philippine Leader Calls for Abandoning Int'l Criminal Court Statement: Rebels in Syria's Eastern Ghouta Discussing Ceasefire with UN From Paris with Love: Depardieu votes in Russian Election Ethnic Violence in Congo's Northeast Displaces 60,000 Pakistan: Afghan Peace Offer to Taliban 'Light at End of Tunnel' Armed Anglophone Separatists in Cameroon Kidnap 40 US Investigates Deaths in Hyundai-Kia Cars When Air Bags Failed Erdogan: Turkish Flags Raised Over Syrian Town Southeast Asia Leaders Back Sanctions Against North Korea Polio Vaccination Team Members Killed in Pakistan Analysts: Iraq War Legacy Marked by Failure, Some Success Muslim Writer Uses Her Imagination to Give Voice to Girls Like Her Women 'Weed Warriors' Leading the Way in US Pot Revolution In California, Men Can Get Their Blood Pressure Checked in Barbershops New York Starts Construction of Morphing Art Stage South Korea: North Korean and Former US Diplomats to Meet in Finland Russia Comes Up With More Poisoning Theories Report: Turkish-Backed Syrian Fighters Enter Afrin Wildfires Sweep Across Southeast Australia US Negotiating 'Supplement' to Iran Nuclear Deal With European Allies Cambodia Joins China for Military Drills as US Relations Cool Sri Lankan President Lifts State of Emergency AP Fact Check: Trump Wrong on Russia Collusion Question, McCabe Timeline Engineers, State, University Cleared Bridge Hours Before Collapse Russia Backs Syria in Unlawful Attacks on Eastern Ghouta Impunity Bred Marielle´s Murder Evolving ‘Super Candidate’ Putin Strategizing for ‘Super Majority’ Turnout Lawmakers, Former Officials Weigh in on Firing of FBI’s McCabe China’s Parliament Appoints Graft-Buster, Re-Elects Premier, Chief Justice 12-Year-Old Afghan Girl Loses Both Legs to Land Mine Vatican Bows to Pressure, Releases Retired Pope's Letter Venezuela City Issues Own Currency to Combat National Cash Crisis Maldives Police Arrest 139 Opposition Protesters Under Emergency Rule Albania Arrests 39 for Smuggling People Into Britain, US, Canada Congress Reaches Sticky Points in $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Talks Lawmakers Say Britain Should Consider Longer EU Exit Process if Needed More Than 180 Convicts Sentenced to Death by Pakistan’s Military Tribunals Since 2015 Fired FBI Official McCabe Kept Memos on Dealings With Trump Russians to Vote Sunday in Presidential Election; Putin Victory Expected Workers 'Chipping Away' to Extract Cars From Debris of Florida Bridge Merkel, Xi Agree to Work on Steel Overcapacity Within G-20 US Congress, Egyptian-Americans Share Concerns About Egypt's Election Russia Backs Syria in Unlawful Attacks on Eastern Ghouta May Deciding Next Steps After Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats US Senators Pledge Help to Iranian Group Seeking End to Iran's Islamist Rule Australia to Export Celebrated Aboriginal Education Program to Africa Thousands of CAR Refugees on 'Starvation Diet' in Chad Prehistoric Giant Shark Tooth Stolen in Australia Twelve-Year-Old Afghan Girl Loses Both Legs to Land Mine Putin Votes Cast From Crimea May Come at High Diplomatic Cost Officials: US Strikes Kill 35 IS Militants in Afghanistan Breakthrough Reported in South Africa’s Worst Listeria Outbreak Russia Expelling 23 British Diplomats in Growing Dispute Trump Signs Taiwan Travel Act Greece: 6 Dead, Dozen Missing in Suspected Migrant Boat Sinking Analysts Predict Tougher Stance on Iran, North Korea Under Pompeo Facebook Cuts Ties with Cambridge Analytica Over Data Privacy Attorney General's Statement on Firing Former FBI Deputy Director McCabe Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's Statement on His Firing Trump to Roll Out Red Carpet for Saudi Crown Prince Under Pompeo Analysts Expect More Reliance on US Military Strength UN Expresses Concerns as Syrian War Enters Eighth Year Annual Energy Conference Showcases New Technologies International Presence at West Point Benefits Both Foreign and American Cadets A Data-Driven Approach Aims to Help Cities Recover After Earthquakes Oscars President Accused of Sexual Harassment, Faces Inquiry Blast in Kabul Leaves Several Dead, Wounded Afghan Interpreter Injured in Attack in Oregon On Bali’s Day of Silence, Streets Deserted, Airport Closed Justice May Be Coming for Philippine Strongman Rights Groups Gravely Concerned Over Haspel Nomination for CIA Interview: Murder and Corruption in Colombia At 31, My First Glimpse of Life Outside Gaza Video: "I'm free, I finally left Gaza" Afghanistan: Keeping babies warm, beyond our activities Ex-FBI Deputy Director McCabe Fired Amid Controversy Trump Attorney: Porn Star Broke Nondisclosure Deal, Could Owe $20M Ex-FBI Director McCabe Fired Amid Controversy Top Pakistan Security Official in Afghanistan for Crucial Talks Trump on McCabe Firing: ‘A Great Day for Democracy’ Sex Trafficking Victim Speaks Out, Has Hope In Maryland, Police Rescue Sex Trafficking Victims One by One Airport Workers Trained to Recognize Sex Trafficking Trump Attorney: Porn Star Broke Nondisclosure Pact, Could Owe $20M US Attorney General Fires Former No. 2 FBI Official McCabe Xi Reappointed as China’s President With no Term Limits Palestinian Motorist Rams Group of Israeli Soldiers, Kills 2 FIFA Finally Approves Video Review to Use at World Cup UN Appeals for Nearly $1 Billion to Aid Rohingya Refugees Top Pakistan Security Official to Visit Afghanistan for Crucial Talks Coverup in Thai Army Killing of Teenage Activist UN Chief 'Deeply Concerned' for Syrians Fleeing Eastern Ghouta, Afrin Britain Points at Putin in Poisoning Attack as Gulf Widens Visa Tests Biometric Fingerprint Reader on Cards Israeli Military Says 2 Soldiers Killed in Palestinian's 'Terror Attack' Tens of Thousands Rally in Slovakia, Demand Early Election Some States Adopt 'Red Flag' Laws in Bid to Stem Gun Violence March 16, 2018 World's Priciest Chocolate Goes on Display in Portugal White House Says Staffers Shouldn't Be Concerned About Firings 12-Year-Old Afghan Girl Loses Both Legs to a Land Mine UN Watch in Algemeiner: “UN Watchdog: Aid Cuts Should Be ‘Part of a Focused US Strategy to Reform and Ultimately Dismantle UNRWA’” Africa 54 Experts: Pennsylvania Race Shows Need for US Voting Machine Upgrades Austria Deports Afghan Sisters, Children Based on EU Ruling Transcript: Russian Opposition Figure Alexei Navalny UNICEF Plans to Help About 50,000 People Fleeing Syria Britain, France, Germany Propose New Iran Sanctions in Confidential Paper Steve Jobs Pre-Apple Job Application Fetches $174,000 at Auction School Children Across Africa Face Threats Beyond Kidnappings South Sudan Embassy Worker in US Says Went Unpaid for a Year 12 Dead in Central Somalia as Villagers Resist Al-Shabab Taxes Visa Tests Biometric Fingerprint Reader on Cards 'Troll Factory' Workers, 'Putin's Chef' Among Russians Hit by New US Sanctions Interpreting and Representing Slavery and Its Legacies in Museums and Sites Turkey: Prosecutor requests long jail terms for 13 defendants in Cumhuriyet trial US Blocks Funds to UN Population Fund – Again Vatican Convicts Ex-Guam Archbishop, but Doesn't Say of What Hong Kong Tycoon Li Ka-shing Retires Shy of 90th Birthday Maine Resident Jesus Christ Sends Letter to Oprah Winfrey Violence Erupts in Madrid Over African Migrant Death Snow Science: Crystal Clues to Climate Change, Watersheds Train Service to, From New York City Affected by Bridge Malfunction Democrats Look for Balance Between Energized Left and Moderation N. Korean Top Diplomat's Sweden Talks Could Pave Way for Trump-Kim Summit South Africa's Zuma to Be Charged With Corruption Over Arms Deal A Sweet Way to Help Syrian Refugees UN: African Women Need Voice in Politics to Achieve Equality Kremlin Supporters Pressure Russian Election Observers Before Vote Trump's Tariffs Head for a Legal Minefield Turkey Slams Europe Over Calls to End Syria Offensive Veteran New York Democratic Rep. Louise Slaughter Dies Fearing a Utah 'Coronation', 8 Republicans Challenge Romney Nigerians Express Anger at Lawmakers' 'Outrageous' Monthly Allowance Thousands in DRC Flee Ethnic Violence, Sexual Abuse EU Calls for Industry Input on US Tariff Retaliation List A Sweet Way to Help Syrian Refugees in US Call for Candidates to renew six Members of the UNESCO Global Geopark Council Russia: Vladimir Putin’s damning record on press freedom ICRC holds second annual war surgery seminar in Muscat Georgian President: West Awakening to Russian Security Threat in Historic ‘Now Moment’ 3-D-Printed House Offers Quick, Cheap Solution for Poor Worldwide 3-D Printed House Offers Quick, Cheap Solution for Poor Worldwide Indian Hospital: Hillary Clinton Treated for Minor Injury Cambodian Activists Plan to Protest Hun Sen's Visit to Australia Victims of Kenyan Police Violence Seek Justice Blue Bus of Kabul Brings Joys of Reading to Afghan Children Hawaii Releases Redacted Recording of Missile Alert Drill Indian Singer Convicted of Trafficking Job Seekers to America Attorney for Porn Star Says She Faced Physical Threats China's Former Anti-Corruption Chief Poised for Comeback Launch of United Nations World Water Development Report at 8th World Water Forum Nigeria: Amnesty activists uncover serious negligence by oil giants Shell and Eni Separated Souls: Uighur journalist’s unbreakable resolve to help her detained family Myanmar’s Karen Cease-Fire in Jeopardy Change in Secretary of State Restarts US Diplomacy in Disputed South China Sea Thousands Protest Shooting Death of Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman Georgian President: West Awakening to Russian Security Threat in Historic ‘Moment’ Trump Wildlife Protection Board Stuffed with Trophy Hunters U.S.-South Korea Military Drills to be Smaller, Shorter RSF urges UK to prioritise safety of journalists in Commonwealth Chairmanship Central African Republic: Celebrating International Women’s Day in style Statement from ICRC President Peter Maurer following visit to Syria US Moving Forward with Proposed US- North Korea Talks Experts: US, North Korea Heading for Collision Over Meaning of ‘Denuclearization’ Putin Set to Secure Another 6 Years in Power Amid Heightened Russia-West Tensions After Britain, US Imposes New Sanctions Against Russia US Congress Weighs Next Steps in Gun Law Debate Washington's Famous Cherry Trees Blossoming Soon At SXSW, African Entrepreneurs Promote Tech for Problem-Solving In a Man’s Death, a Glimpse of Libya’s Horrors South Korea Should Accept Recommendations to Abolish the Death Penalty and Decriminalize Abortion Video: South Africa Should implement Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities South Korea Should Accept Recommendations on the Death Penalty and Decriminalize Abortion Ghana Should Implement Commitments on Mental Health Issues Argentina Should Decriminalize Abortion US - RSF concerned by calls for Al Jazeera to register as “foreign agent” Safe Journalists, Strong Democracies and the Holistic Gender and Media Agenda at UN Women's CSW62 Russian Runway Littered with Gold Bars as Plane Loses Cargo UN Security Council Threatens South Sudan with Arms Embargo Former Siemens Executive Pleads Guilty in Argentine Bribery Case Ex-Russian Chemical Weapons Specialist: Moscow Was Sure No One Would Find Poison FDA Plans to Slash Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes Mattis Calls Tillerson Firing a 'Washington, DC, Story' Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Accused of Luxury Travel on Taxpayer Dime New China ‘Crime' Crackdown Targets Threats to Party Rule Reports: Trump Ready to Oust McMaster Asylum Seekers Sue Trump Administration Over Prolonged Detention Civilians Pay Heavy Price as Fighting Nears Afrin in Northern Syria Doctors to Examine US Man Sought by Poland in Nazi Case Former FBI Official Urges US Justice Department Not to Fire Him Days Before He Retires Slovak Prime Minister Quits Over Reporter's Slaying US Military Aircraft Crashes in Western Iraq Czech PM Will Talk Exclusively to Social Democrats on New Government Colombia Probes Voter Registration Cyberattacks Traced to Russia's Allies Donald Trump Jr.'s Wife Files for Divorce Russian Opposition Leader Says Upcoming Election is Illegitimate Turkish Opposition Warns Legal Reforms Threaten Credible Elections US Demands Assad, Russia, Iran Be Held to Account for Syrian Atrocities Several Killed in Collapse of Pedestrian Bridge in Miami Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization Records Railroad Project to Connect Iran With Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan Trump to Weigh New Tariffs Targeting China US Sanctions Russians for Election Meddling, Joins Condemnation of Nerve Agent Attack Florida Shooting: New Video Shows Deputy Never Entered School During Massacre Sweden Hosts North Korean Foreign Minister Amid Speculation Mueller Witness Is Convicted Pedophile with Shadowy Past UN Report Alleges Torture in Mexico's Missing Students Case US, States Agree to Collaborate on Mexican Wolf Recovery Complaint Claims Trump Lawyers Threatened Panama Magistrate Veterans Chief Shulkin Says He Has No Intention of Quitting Peru’s Congress Approves Impeachment Trial Against President Colombia Says It Thwarted Cuban's Plan to Attack Americans UNESCO supports the music industry sector in Morocco US - RSF concerned by calls for Al Jazeera to register as “foreign agent” Mexico: Damning UN report highlights cover-up in case of 43 disappeared students UN Body Freezing Out Human Rights Groups Brazil: Assassination of Rights Defender, Driver Germany Says Trade War Could Damage Global Recovery Mayor of Iran's Capital Tehran Resigns Under Pressure HSBC Has 59 Percent Gender Pay Gap, Biggest Among British Banks Brendan Fraser Promotes 'Trust' After Alleging Misconduct Groups Want Judges to Stop Courthouse Immigration Arrests 'Black Panther' Puts Spotlight on Question of Connection Versace, Furla Join Designer Labels Ditching Fur Africa 54 Queen Elizabeth Gives Consent for Harry-Meghan Wedding Ahead of Polls, Malaysia's Najib Gives Cash to Staff of State-Linked Firm French Judge Issues Arrest Warrant for Daughter of Saudi King US Senators Propose Bill to Bar Airlines From Endangering Animals Trump Administration Blames Russia for Cyberattacks Targeting Energy Grid Ethiopian Immigration on Hold After Israeli Budget Passes Saving Lives with Smarter Robots Ed Sheeran, Gaga, More to Cover Elton John Across 2 Albums US Military Discloses Firefight in Niger in December March 15, 2018 Florida Pedestrian Bridge Collapses in Miami Report: US Special Counsel Subpoenas Trump Org on Russia, Other Documents Brazil: Authorities must investigate the killing of human rights defender Marielle Franco Madagascar: Investigate police ill-treatment of villagers Jamaica: Amnesty International supporters take half a million actions to end impunity for unlawful police killings Sudan: ICRC cash assistance in South Kordofan gives Abdullah hope to see again Taliban's Studied Silence on Dialogue Offer Raises Peace Hopes in Pakistan, US Syria Marks 7 Years of War; Hundreds Leave Besieged Enclave Russia to Expel British Envoys in Retaliation for London's Actions 2 Investigative Journalists Released on Bail in Egypt Ukraine Lawmaker: Speaker Was Involved in 2014 Killings Restored WWII Bomber Memphis Belle is Moved Into Ohio Museum Britain, France, Germany, US Jointly Condemn Russian Spy Poisoning Source: Angola Prosecutors Charge Ex-Central Bank Governor in Fraud Case Massive 'Peace March' in Hungary Backing Viktor Orban Ugandans Outraged Over MP Saying Wife Beating is OK Trump's Tariffs May End Up Benefiting China, Analysts Say United to Use Special Tags for Pet Carriers after Dog Death Saudi Prince Likens Iran's Ruler to Hitler 50 Years Ago, My Lai Massacre Shamed US Military Slovenia Prepares for Early Election in May after PM Quits US Hits Russian 'Cyber Actors' With Sanctions Over Election Meddling Surge in Airline Hiring Boosts Interest in Aspiring Pilots 'American Idol' Contestant: Perry Kiss Not Harassment Critics: Indonesian Law Protects Lawmakers from Graft Probes Ethnic Uighurs Protest Chinese Security Crackdown Data Protection Bill must ensure it protects press freedom, free speech groups say Indonesia: Aceh must drop proposal to introduce beheading as method of execution North Korean Foreign Minister Heads to Sweden Myanmar Government Accused of Backsliding Over Proposed Changes to Assembly Law Trump Admits Making up Trade Claim in Trudeau Talk Independent Chefs Exchange Referrals, Constructive Criticism and Support Barron Trump's School Joins Others in Call for Gun Reforms Man Who Claimed He Buried Natalee Holloway Fatally Stabbed Kremlin: Spy Scandal Won't Disrupt Presidential Election Thousands of Civilians Flee Last Major Syrian Stronghold Nepal Authorities Struggle to Identify Plane Crash Survivors Digital skills critical for jobs and social inclusion Syria: Seven years of catastrophic failure by the international community US Senators Acknowledge Insufficient Effort to Prevent School Shootings Students Across US Walk Out of Classes to Demand Action on Gun Violence US Students Demand End to Gun Violence Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Spur a Hot Debate US Military Official: Iran Naval Forces Halt 'Provocations' With Tillerson Out, Turkish Foreign Minister Delays US Visit Thai Autoparts Heir Launches Political Party North Korea’s Paralympic Loss is a Sign of Progress Overview of ICRC activities in Tajikistan Analysts: Pompeo Will Have Little Time to Prepare for North Korea Summit Former Trump Campaign Manager Manafort Seeks to Dismiss Charges Docs Link Trump Org Lawyer to Effort to Silence Porn Star Senate Passes Bill That Eases Bank Reform Rules Washington State Directive Aims to Help Endangered Orcas Amazon: Prime Video Lured Millions to Shopping Club Iran: Crackdown on Dervish Minority Hungary’s Government Turns on the UN Papua New Guinea: Assisting communities affected by tribal conflict Letter to Contra Costa County Sheriff David Livingston US Detains Yet Another Immigrant Rights Activist UN Rights Body Needs to Challenge Powerful—and Abusive—China Algeria: Deported Migrants Robbed in Mali Tanganyika: At a snail’s pace 150 readers of the UNESCO Science Report air their views Canned Soup May be Fueling North Korea’s Air Force Iran's Growing Water Shortage Protests Spur Accusations of Mismanagement US Regulators Look Into Death of Dog on United Airlines Flight Moroccan Protesters, Police Clash in Poor Mining Town 10 Wolves Killed in Northern Idaho to Boost Elk Numbers Report: China Winning War on Smog, Will Step Up Efforts George Lucas Breaks Ground on LA's Museum of Narrative Art U.N. Climate Projects in Congo Leave Locals Worse Off, Report Says Poverty Drives Syrian Refugees in Lebanon to Marry Girls Off Early Harper Lee’s Estate Sues Over Broadway Version of ‘Mockingbird’ Slovenian Prime Minister Resigns Afghanistan: From one picture to hundreds of sweaters Pakistan's Education System Eyed for Surge in Pakistan's Radicalized Youth Slovakia's PM Ready to Resign to Resolve Political Crisis 7 Killed as Turkish Shelling of Kurdish Afrin Intensifies Britain Expels Russian Diplomats in Retaliation for Nerve Agent Attack Theoretical Physicist Stephen Hawking Dead at 76 White House: US Pressing China to Cut Trade Surplus by $100B 'Panama Papers' Law Firm to Shut Down After Tax Scandal Reports: Toys 'R' Us to Shut or Sell All US Stores Putin Hails Crimea Annexation in Speech Ahead of Vote UN Set to Threaten Arms Embargo on South Sudan Sri Lanka Bans Cluster Munitions US Republican Senator Paul Opposes Pompeo, Haspel Nominations US Senator Rubio: Keep Daylight Saving Time Year Round Microsoft Finds Few Gender Discrimination Complaints Valid Straight Talk Africa France to Fine Google, Apple Amid Broader Transatlantic Spat March 14, 2018 As Mueller Seeks Interview, Trump Is Left Without Easy Options Trump Picks Conservative Economist as New White House Adviser Lawsuits Accuse Automakers of Faulty Air Bags, Recall Delays US Pursues WTO Action on Indian Export Subsidies Suicide Bomber Kills 9 in Eastern Pakistan Lawmakers Ponder Steps to Curb Gun Violence as Students Protest Outside Capitol Apparent Democratic Win in Pennsylvania Warning Sign for Republicans Stigma Adds to Harm of Child Sex Abuse in Nigeria WTO Director: Brazil Has Not Ruled out Any Response to US Tariffs At Least 6 Dead in Bolivia Prison Uprising Turkey Uneasy Over Firing of Tillerson as US Top Diplomat Hawking's Robotic Voice Became His Trademark Vatican Doctors Photo of Benedict's Praise for Francis Some 150 readers of the UNESCO Science Report air their views Joint open letter to Mr Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission: Call for EU action to protect journalists Brazil Boosts Transgender Legal Recognition US Senators Urge EPA to Keep Protecting Kids from Pesticides Parents of Slain Democratic Staffer Sue Fox News Over Story Report: Claire Foy Paid Less Than Co-Star on 'The Crown' The Latest: Viacom Suspends Programming as Students Walk Out China's Military Footprint Grows Alongside Economic Interests in Africa Border Crossings: Caitlyn Smith