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Brutality in Uniform in Brazil On Marielle’s Killing, Two Months of Anxious Waiting Brutality in Uniform Saving European Democracy Starts at Home Watchdog: US Strategy in Afghanistan Shows Little Result Man Dies After Tesla Crashes into San Francisco-Area Pond Little Progress on South Sudan Peace Talks Saudi Activists Targeted as Driving Ban Nears End US, South Korea Presidents to Discuss Threat to Scrap Trump-Kim Summit Should Afghan Government Wait for Taliban Response? 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Korean Summit on Track Thousands Seek Refuge in DR Congo Deadly Tropical Cyclone Hits Horn of Africa Company in Cuba Plane Crash Had Received Safety Complaints US, China Back Away from Tariff War Facebook’s Zuckerberg, EU Lawyers Locked in Negotiations Trump Rails Against Russia Probe May 20, 2018 American Inventors You've Never Heard Of Monitor: IS Fighters Leave Damascus Enclave Anger at Norwegian Plan to Drill in Australian Wilderness Human Rights Defenders Killed in Guatemala Iraq's al-Sadr Says Next Government Will be 'Inclusive' Uncertainty Strains Ethiopian Refugees in a Kenya Camp Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Vessels Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Vessels Santa Fe Students Cope in Wake of High School Mass Shooting Santa Fe Students Cope in Wake of High School Shooting Venezuelan President Expected to Win a Second Six-Year Term Trump, Moon Discuss Keeping US-N.Korean Summit on Track 1 New Death From Ebola in Congo, Bringing Total to 26 Lava Fountaining 100 Meters High From Hawaii's Kilauea Markle Picks Simple, Sleek Dress by Givenchy Designer South Korea’s LG Group Chairman Dies at 73 Cougar Attacks in Washington State; 1 Dead, 1 Hurt For GOP, Immigration a Fraught Issue as Midterms Approach 3-D Printed Practice Organs Smooth Toddler's Transplant Special Career Law Enforcement Day for NYC Muslim Youth 'Women on Wheels' in Pakistan's Punjab Province Aimed at Expanding Workforce Wild Animals in the Halls of the US Capitol Hawaii Lava Engulfs More Homes as Ash Plume Ascends Justify Wins Foggy Preakness, Keeps Triple Crown Bid Alive Venezuela Accuses US of Sabotaging Election In Malaysia, Talk of Reopening Mongolian Model Murder Case Iraq Election Body Feared Effects of Recount, Member Says Greece, Lenders Reach Deal on Bailout Review Japan's 'Shoplifters' Takes Palme d'Or at Cannes Report: Europe, China, Russia Discussing New Iran Deal Cuba in Mourning After Jet Crash; 110 Confirmed Dead Trump Jr., Gulf Princes' Emissary Met in 2016 Egypt Detains Socialist Activist, Lawyers Say Texas Shooting Suspect Seems 'Weirdly Nonemotional,' Lawyer Says US, China Agree to Increased Trade Cooperation Pakistani Exchange Student Among Dead in Texas Shooting Tensions Rise in Cameroon Ahead of National Day Melania Trump Returns to White House after Kidney Procedure Worlds Away from Windsor, People Celebrate Harry and Meghan's Big Day Taliban Vows to Protect Gas Pipeline as War Expands to West Afghanistan Gazans Observe Ramadan While Mourning their Dead Somali Refugee Makes History in Britain Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Wed Harry, Meghan Become Husband, Wife in British Royal Ceremony Law Seeks to Curb Abortion Protests in Australia Kashmir Shuts Down to Protest Indian Leader Modi's Visit A Royal Reception Feast for 600: Langoustines, Quail Eggs and Rhubarb Tartlets Wife of Malaysia's Ex-Leader Slams 'Public Trial' of Family Saudi Arabia: Chilling smear campaign against women’s rights defenders Fast-Moving Lava Cuts off Homes, Forces Air Rescue Congo: 3 New Ebola Cases Confirmed in City US Embassy Move to Jerusalem Aggravates US-Turkish Tensions 10 dead in Texas School Shooting First Somali-American Legislator Seeks Re-Election Progress in Struggle to Save Animals From Extinction Populist Cleric’s Bloc Wins Iraqi Election Plugged In: Sen. Mark Warner UN to Spain: Don’t Send Chinese, Taiwanese Home China Lands Bomber on South China Sea Island RSF decries Chinese police violence against journalists Eastern Afghanistan Blasts Kill 8, Injure 40 In Thailand, No Justice 8 Years After Crackdown Oklahoma and Kansas Enact Anti-LGBT Laws Hostages of Hunger in Venezuela Saudi Arabia: Women’s Rights Advocates Arrested US Immigration Officials Pull Plug on High-Tech ‘Extreme Vetting’ Gaza: International inquiry needed to stem bloodshed and advance accountability Lebanon: Police Shutter Pride Events Youth Forum on Creativity and Heritage along the Silk Roads to start in China Not Every Briton Caught Up in Royal Wedding Students Less Shocked, But No Less Saddened by Latest Shooting Video of Assault on Iranian Dog Walker Draws Outrage Native Americans on Farm Bill: Help Us Feed Ourselves Iran’s Kurds Threaten to Resume Strike Over Border Blockade Airliner Crash Kills 100-Plus in Havana Nicaraguan Protesters Refuse to Back Down as Ortega Talks Continue (Im)migration News Recap, May 13-19 Prison Population Keeps Falling US Pushes Back on Reports of Fraying Ties With Europe Gaza Mourns as Islamic Holy Month Begins College Admissions: Showing Your Best Side on Social Media May 18, 2018 Displaced Afrin Children Threatened by Disease Outbreak Amid Medicine Shortages US – Corporate owners of major newspaper chain censor editorial content about their financial cuts, send newsrooms into disarray Afghan President Offers Airstrike Victims Apology, Not Justice Africa 54 Putin Seeks Common Cause With Merkel Over Trump Trump: 'Sadness and Heartbreak' Over School Shooting US General: US-Iraq Military Ties Not Impacted by Election Rise of Chinese Middle Class Fuels Interest in Craft Beers Trump to Nominate Wilkie to Head Department of Veterans Affairs Turkey Urges Muslim Nations to Stand with Palestinians Airliner Crashes on Takeoff From Havana US Aid Group: 8 Abducted Staffers Freed in South Sudan In Speech, Pompeo to Call for 'Broad Support' Against Iran Putin: New Nuclear Weapons to Enter Duty in Next Few Years Conservative Revolt Over Immigration Sinks House Farm Bill Gaza Mourns as Islamic Holy Month Begins Nicaraguan Protesters Refuse to Back Sown as Ortega Talks Continue India, EU Give WTO Lists of US Goods for Potential Tariff Retaliation France, Allies Call for Emergency Session of UN Chemical Weapons Watchdog Trump Thrusts Abortion Fight into Crucial Midterm Elections Saudis Arrest Activists Who Campaigned for Women's Right to Drive Journalist held on treason charge in Ukraine Politicians Dash Hopes for Justice in Tunisia South Africa opposed Syria debate, but excoriates Israel in Gaza debate Democratic Republic of the Congo: Fragmentation of violence increases needs, ICRC president says EU Mulls Direct Iran Central Bank Transfers to Beat US Sanctions At Least Eight Killed in Texas School Shooting US References to Libya Model Ahead of Kim Summit Confuse China Ends US Sorghum Anti-Dumping Probe, OKs Toshiba Deal Huge Crowds, Tight Security as Britain Prepares for Royal Wedding Huge Security Operation Under Way as Britain Prepares For Royal Wedding South Korea’s President Heads to Washington to Salvage Nuclear Deal Canada's Trudeau Talks Tech at MIT Gathering Kosovo Jails Eight for Plotting to Attack Israeli Soccer Team in 2016 Senegal's Trial of 31 Alleged Jihadists Nears Verdicts Study: US Job Program for Foreign Students Expands Trump's Attorney Says Special Counsel Has Narrowed Questions Civil Rights Pioneer, Who Just Wanted a Burger, Made History Ash Falls Near Hawaii Volcano Yemen Hit by Storms as Rare Tropical Cyclone Sagar Nears Kenya’s journalists can now get ten years in prison for defamation Pakistan authorities block distribution of oldest newspaper US Suit Risks Cloaking Immigrant Detention Abuse Surgery Conference Cuts Intersex Patients Out UN Human Rights Chief: Gaza is a 'Toxic Slum' Indonesia Seeks Death Penalty for IS-linked Cleric Man Arrested After Firing Shots at Trump Golf Club South Korea’s President Heads to Washington to Salvage North’s Nuclear Deal Pakistan, India Military Clashes Kill 11 in Kashmir Chilean Bishops Offer Mass Resignation to Pope Over Abuse Scandal Putin Favors Status Quo With New Government Lineup Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Vessels Burundi Counts Votes After Referendum on President's Power Afghan Officials Say Taliban Attacks Killed 16 Security Forces Full Text: UN draft resolution on Gaza omits Hamas Col. Kemp to UN Gaza session: “Hamas seeks destruction of Israel and murder of Jews everywhere” Egypt Opens Gaza’s Rafah Crossing for Ramadan People Power Fueled the Malaysian Election Upset The Philippines, Usually a Receiver of Foreign Aid, Offers Some WHO Mulls Emergency Designation for Congo’s Ebola Poisoned Ex-Spy Sergei Skripal Leaves UK Hospital Director-General Urges Investigation into Murder of Broadcaster Juan Carlos Huerta Martínez in Mexico Launch of the publication “Long Walk of Peace: Towards a Culture of Prevention” Who persecutes journalists in Afghanistan? Amnesty to Shine Light on Women Activists Long-Shot Candidate Will Challenge Cameroon’s President Biya Democrats Begin Their Search for the Anti-Trump Trump: Libya Is Not US Model for North Korea US Promises More Sanctions After Venezuela's Presidential Election In the Name of Safety: NYC Tradition - Blessing of the Bikes Researchers Take Two-Pronged Approach to Testing for Zika Inventors Honored in Hall of Fame Special Ceremony Army Corps Leaving; Puerto Ricans Still Without Power French Official: Attack Foiled, 2 Brothers Arrested How the ICRC is helping Ethiopians repatriated from Eritrea Regional Court Takes up Sierra Leone Ban on Pregnant Girls in School Burundi: Killings, Abuse Ahead of Referendum Sri Lanka, Nine Years After the War Interview: A Rare Chance at Justice in the Central African Republic US: Haspel Vote Sends Wrong Message on Torture Central African Republic: Crucial Court For Victims “Looking for Justice” Afghanistan Attacks Threaten Health System Gains Ohio Capital Launches Unique 'Smart City' Operating System Six Takeaways from Trump's Financial Disclosure In Film, McCain says Americans Deserve More From Washington New US Sanctions Hit at Hezbollah-Linked Financier, Companies Hawaii Community Clings to Life in Shadow of Fiery Volcano Switzerland Seeks a Study of Starting Its Own Cryptocurrency Lack of Paper Trail a Concern Amid Fears of US Election Hacking Drone Video Shows Harrowing Escape of US Forces in Niger Key Differences Over Denuclearization Put Trump-Kim Summit in Peril Poll: Leftist's Lead Grows Ahead of Mexico Presidential Vote Brazil Accuses 11 of Trying to Start Islamic State Cell US Ends Practice That Gave Some Immigrants Reprieves from Deportation What's at Stake in Venezuelan Presidential Vote Cryptocurrency May Fast-Track Solar Power in Moldova Isolated Maduro Revels in Erdogan's Backing Ahead of Venezuela Vote Rights Groups, UN, EU Call on Sudan to Spare Noura Silicon Valley Startup Peddles 3-D-printed Bike Detroit to Name Street After King of Pop, Honor Jackson 5 Brazil Arrests 132 in Online Child Porn Operation Colombia Evacuates 5,000 People Amid Fears Dam May Burst Trump Fails to Halt 'Apprentice' Contestant's Defamation Lawsuit Trump Meets Chinese Vice Premier Amid Tough Trade Talks UN Deploys More Peacekeepers to South Sudan's Unity State US Envoy to Russia Cancels Speech at Event with Sanctioned Oligarch Hope Rekindled for Immigration Reform on Capitol Hill Trump Says 'Animals' Comment Refers to Criminals, Mexico Protests US Warns China Against Imposing 'Political Correctness' on US Firms For Some African-Americans, Meghan Markle Is Cause for Celebration Pope's Chile Abuse Summit Ends Amid Signs of Departures Did Iran Have Anything to Do With Farah's Attack? New Yorker’s Tirade Against Spanish Speakers Prompts Petition US Urges Venezuela to Release US Citizen After Prison Riot South Sudan Guards Against Ebola Outbreak YouTube to Launch Music Streaming Service Next Week Does Our Galaxy Sound Like Funky Blues Music? US Senate Confirms Haspel to Be First Woman CIA Director Nepal's Maoists, Liberal Communists Unite As Biggest Left Party US Lawmakers Plan Series of Hearings on 'Emboldened' China China to Help Uganda Build Nuclear Power Plants Democrats Begin Their Search for the Anti-Trump Arab Foreign Ministers Condemn Killings in Gaza, US Embassy Move Pentagon Raises Eyebrows With 'In-Your-Face' Afghanistan Tweets Syria's Assad Meets With Putin in Russia Canada 'Positive' on NAFTA, Mexico Says Deal Possible by End-May Mexican Energy Reforms Mired in Regulatory Delays Hundreds Protest Drug Trade in Southern Spanish Town Bulgarian Truckers Protest Proposed EU Rules During Summit NCAA Opens Door to Championships in States with Sports Bets In Crimea, Locals Divided Over Russia's Kerch Strait Span Trump: N. Korea Will Be Rich, Protected If It Forgoes Nukes Millions Face Food Insecurity and TB Outbreak In Eastern Ukraine Conflict Zone Miss America Picks Women for Leadership Spots Unhappy Feet: The Sad State of South African Soccer Gaza Mourns as Islamic Holy Month Begins Africa 54 EU United Over Iran Nuclear Deal, Split on Balkans Membership 'Explosive Eruption' at Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Trump, NATO Leader Meeting Amid US-European Conflicts Putin: Russia to Press Ahead With Military Modernization North Korea Refuses to Talk with 'Incompetent' South Under Current Conditions Multiple People Hurt After School Bus, Dump Truck Collide New York Festival Gives Voice to African Stories UN Peacekeeper Killed in Ambush in Central African Republic NAACP, Mormons Call for Racial Harmony, Civility May 17, 2018 Pregnant Rhino in San Diego Could Help Save Subspecies Congo Ebola Virus Moves From Rural Area to Urban One Correcting media myths about refugees and migrants Belarus journalists fined nearly 50 times already this year Ecuadorian Court Acquits Amazonian Leader New York City Easing Off Pot Arrests No Immigrant Workers, No Crab Meat EU to Trump: Stop Threatening Us with Tariffs China Rejects Appeal on Behalf of Nobel Prize Winner's Widow Iran Signs Oil Deal With UK Group as France's Total Exits Turkey Slams US Sentencing of Turkish Banker on Iran Scheme Meghan Markle Confirms Father Will Not Attend Wedding Paraguay to Open Jerusalem Embassy Next Week German-Russian Pipeline Project Takes Shape Amid US Protest Protest Camps Quiet as Gazans Fast and Fill Sandbags Chinese Mass-Indoctrination Camps Evoke Cultural Revolution China to Help Uganda Build Nuclear Power Plants Pakistan Defends Allowing US Diplomat to Exit Country Trump Lawyer: President Can't Be Indicted European Commission to Move to Block US Sanctions on Iran UNESCO-Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture awarded to Christine Tohme of Lebanon and Cine Fértil of Argentina Media community from across the EU call the institutions to prioritise media freedom and sustainability RSF reminds Malaysia’s new premier of his press freedom pledges Bélarus : les journalistes indépendants matraqués par une cinquantaine d’amendes depuis le début de l’année Juncker backs creation of UN Special Representative for Safety of Journalists US Police Week and a Lifetime of Fear Stepped-Up Response to Contain Ebola Outbreak in DRC Practices in Place to Contain Ebola Outbreak in DRC Senior Pro-Islamic State Leader Killed in Pakistan UN Demands End to Attacks on Aid Workers in South Sudan Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo Spreads Millions Face Food Insecurity and TB Outbreak In Eastern Ukraine Shortage of Foreign Workers Jeopardizes Maryland Crab Business No Immigrant Workers; No Crab Meat Millions Face Food Insecurity, TB Outbreak in Eastern Ukraine Fighting Two Years In, Myanmar's NLD Falls Short on Campaign Promises After Malaysia’s Political Earthquake, A Massive Corruption Probe I have never seen so many patients in one day Palestinian Official: US Ambassador to UN Is Not World's Schoolmarm US, Uzbekistan Pledge to Build Closer Strategic Partnership What Role Will the UN Play in Trump's North Korea Talks? North Korea Cancellation Threats a Bargaining Tool, Analysts Say Young Girls Get a Head Start for a Life in Politics Burundians Vote in Referendum to Extend President’s Rule Towards Access to Culture for All: Advancing Universal Access to Culture in its Diversity Rescued Indian Children Sketch Life in Slavery Utah Man Jailed in Venezuela Pleas for Freedom in Video Rebels With a Cause: Women Bikers Saving Lives in Nigeria US Births Hit a 30-Year Low, Despite Good Economy New Zealand to Spend Billions Rebuilding Schools, Hospitals Yemen: Fierce new offensive displaces tens of thousands of civilians from Hodeidah The World Bank Should Stop Dodging Accountability Gaza: Over 100 Palestinians Fatally Shot by Israeli Forces Germany/Russia: Merkel To Meet Putin Ukraine: Radical Groups Disrupt LGBTI Event Video: Israel Orders Human Rights Watch Official Deported VIDEO: Gambia's Ex-President Linked to 2005 Massacre FBI Director: US Has More Than 2,000 Probes into Potential or Suspected Terrorists More Chilean Sex Abuse Victims Speak Up During Pope Summit With Little to Lose, Gaza’s Men Drawn to Border Protests Venezuelan Migrants Seethe at Maduro, Yet Sit Out Vote Trump: US Has Not ‘Folded’ in Trade Dealing with China Chicago Teens Take Lead on Gun Violence at Home, Nationally Study: Cost Effective to Test for All Lung Cancer Mutations at Once Oxygen Presence in Distant Galaxy Sheds Light on Early Universe AP Fact Check: Trump Misplaces Blame for Family Splits First-time Director Brings 'Post-Post-Colonial' South Africa to Cannes US Missionary Convicted of Child Sex Abuse in Cambodia Guatemala Embassy Move Seen as Domestic Win Amnesty: Yemenis Flee Hodeidah as Fighting Nears Israel Says Hamas Curbed Gaza Protests After Egyptian Warning Thais Tire of Corruption, Democratic Delays UN: World's Urban Growth Will Surge Most in India, China and Nigeria Erdogan's Policies Driving Turkey to the Edge, Challenger Says Love Struggles Against Class Barriers in Indian Cannes Movie 'Sir' Old Tires Find New Life in Hands of Moroccan Artist New Colombia Truth Commission to Focus on Society's 'Most Fragile' Raisman, Other Women to Receive Arthur Ashe Courage Award El Salvador Court to Try Former President for Money Laundering Senate Panel Agrees: Russia Meddled in 2016 Election Pakistan Envoy: No Country Can Accuse Us of Not Taking Action Against Terrorists FDA Approves First Non-Opioid Drug to Treat Withdrawal Symptoms EU Leaders to Woo West Balkan States But Road to Membership Bumpy Argentina's Currency Crisis Over, Macri says Trump Will Seek Full Funding Soon for His Border Wall Shorter Drug Treatment OK for Many Breast Cancer Patients Who Are Venezuela's Presidential Candidates? Green-blooded Lizards Pose Evolutionary Puzzle Farmers in Southern Iran Protest Rice-Planting Ban Bomb Blasts Slam Gaza in Early Hours Hundreds March in Southern Iran to Protest Planned Division of City Remarks by President Trump at California Sanctuary State Roundtable Singapore: Drop Charges for Criticizing Judiciary Bangladesh: Skirting the Issues at the UN Facebook's Zuckerberg, EU Lawmakers to Discuss Data Privacy Independent Candidate, Former 1st Lady Leaves Mexico Race US Pushes for NAFTA Deal as Thursday Deadline Approaches Egypt's Sissi Defends Cairo Metro Fare Hikes After Protests Russian Bikers, Crimeans Cross 'Putin's Bridge' in Inaugural Drive International Court's Prosecutor Warns on Gaza Violence In Veiled Shot at Trump, Tillerson Warns Democracy at Risk US Court Sentences Turkish Banker in Iran Sanctions Case US Lawmakers Unperturbed by North Korean Threat to Cancel Summit Hundreds Protest Against 'Fixed' Election in Venezuela Volcanic Smog Drifts to Other Hawaii Islands, Ash Carpets Towns Cannes Sea Disaster Gives Adventurers Taste of Migrants' Horror Amsterdam Determined to Tame Tourism US Senate Votes to Restore Net Neutrality Kenya Approves Controversial Cybercrimes Law Erdogan: UN Has 'Collapsed' in Face of Gaza Violence Wedding of Prince, Actress Brings Outsized Media Interest Moscow Formally Protests Journalist's Arrest in Ukraine Armed Men Trap Election Workers in Kirkuk, Iraqi Officials Say US Targets Hezbollah Leaders With Sanctions Czech reporter forced to reveal sources to Kuciak murder investigators Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim Finally Freed Arrest, Don’t Execute Burundi Killers Trump 'We'll Have to See' if Summit with N. Korea Takes Place Uganda's International Crimes Division Struggling Border Crossings: Engelbert Humperdinck Pompeo Extols 'America's Essential Rightness' at State Department Royal Wedding: Not Clear who Will Walk Meghan Down the Aisle Burundi to Vote Thursday on Constitutional Changes Africa 54 Trump: US Has 'Little to Give' in Trade Talks with China US EPA Chief Pruitt Faces Senators' Question on Spending, Security Rights Groups Seek Prosecution of Gambian Ex-leader in Ghana Canada Says It Will Cover Losses in Bid to Get Pipeline Done US University, Gym Doctor Victims Reach $500M Settlement US Envoy Visits Ukraine Frontlines Afghan Forces Regain Control of City Near Iran Border US, South Korea Push Ahead with Defensive Military Exercises Trump, Uzbek Leader Hold White House Talks May 16, 2018 Jamaica - RSF concerned over proposed Data Protection Act's potentially "chilling effect" on press freedom Zambia: Musician and activist ‘Pilato’ must be released immediately and unconditionally Anwar Ibrahim Proclaims 'New Dawn' for Malaysia After Release Malaysia’s New Leaders Lay Out Economic Reforms, Rattle Nerves Spacewalking Astronauts Tackle Pump Work at Space Station Cups and Condoms: Vendors Offer up Array of Royal Wedding Memorabilia EU Chief Tusk Slams Trump Over Trade, Iran Senate Panel Releases Interview Transcripts with Trump Jr. China Urges North Korea Not to Cancel Trump Summit Border Crossings: Pentatonix White House Cautious on Fate of US-North Korea Summit Kensington Palace Silent on Reports Markle's Father Is Ill US Special Envoy at Ukraine Frontlines US Envoy to Ukraine Anticipates Russian Return to Talks UNESCO supports the new Albanian Media Council Internet freedom beyond words: artists and creators capture Internet Universality and its ROAM principles RSF’s Turkey representative receives Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award Mexican journalist gunned down near home in Tabasco Russia Press Freedom Reversal Shows FIFA Has Leverage and Should Use It Operational update on Gaza: More medical supplies on the way N. Korea Escalates Threat to Pull Out of Summit with US OPCW: Chlorine Likely Used in Syria Attack Safety, Verification Questions Hang over North Korea's Plan to Close Nuclear Site Amnesty Offer to Muslim Rebels Brings Calm to Philippine Island StoryCorps: Tom's War US: Focus on Rights as Uzbek Leader Visits Malaysian Politician Anwar Ibrahim Released from Prison Exploring the History of Teeth at Baltimore's Dentistry Museum Former Refugees Overcome Challenges to Succeed in Male Dominated Tech World New Crack Opens in Hawaii as Kilauea Volcano Continues to Erupt Ghanaian-American Who Rescued Families in Deadly Fire Leaves Heroic Legacy FL Students Develop Anti-Skimming Detector to Stop ATM Hackers US on a Collision Course with EU Allies Over Iran Sanctions Indian Seniors Coach Underprivileged Children Bangladesh Supreme Court Orders Khaleda Zia Released on Bail