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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” 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 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 ICRC activities in Libya Turkey: End Prosecutions For ‘Insulting President’ ‘Virginity testing’: a human rights violation, with no scientific basis - UN World ‘deserves to know the truth’ behind Kashoggi disappearance: UN human rights chief Victims of Zimbabwe's Post-Election Violence Seek Justice Many CEOs Pull Out of Saudi Investment Conference US Envoy: 'Some' Militants Have Withdrawn From Syria's Idlib Israel’s Bennett to VOA: We Won’t Let Iran Build Stronghold in Syria Twitter Releases Tweets Showing Foreign Attempts to Influence US Politics Israel’s Bennett to VOA: We Won’t Let Iran Build Stronghold in Syria Straight Talk Africa Trump Wants Audio, Video Evidence From Turkey About Missing Saudi Journalist, 'If It Exists' Journalism Under Fire Tesla Secures Land in Shanghai for First Factory Outside US On Capitol Hill, More Scorn on Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi October 17, 2018 Treasury Employee Accused in Leak Linked to Mueller Probe AP Fact Check: Trump Distorts Migrant Policy, Russia Probe Newly Published Files Confirm Plan to Move Assange to Russia UN: Ebola Outbreak Is Worrying But Not A Global Emergency Britain, EU Decide to Take Some Time in Getting Brexit Right Migrants Moving Again in Guatemala; Trump Targets Democrats Math Skills of US High School Graduates Continue Downward Slide US Dispatches Goodbye Letter to Universal Postal Union UNESCO releases final draft of the Internet Universality Indicators First meeting of UNESCO Director-General Azoulay with Prime Minister Abe of Japan General Debate on all disarmament and international security agenda items DRC reporter held for allegedly defaming local bank Vietnam’s Mother Mushroom is freed, leaves for United States West Bank: ‘imminent’ demolition of Palestinian village could be ‘war crime’ – ICC Prosecutor Congo Accuses Angola of Violent Expulsions, Luanda Denies Indian Minister Quits Following #MeToo Allegations Invictus Games Bring Fighting Spirit to Australia US Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Swells to $868 Million Gaza Rocket Hits Home in Israel, Military Strikes Back Man to Plead Guilty to Sending White Powder to Trump Sons European Governments Wrestle with Khashoggi Quandary Smoke Forces Melania Trump's Plane Back to Military Base France Floods Death Toll Rises to 14; 1 Still Missing Hillary Clinton Seemingly Unharmed in Car Crash Modified Cotton Could Be Human Food Source After US Green Light Powerless Victims of Hurricane Michael Now Suffer Looting Malawians Protest Statue of 'Racist' Gandhi UN Report: Reproductive Rights Influence Family Size Africa 54 US Airstrike Wiped Out Al-Shabab Camp, Intel Officials Say Cajun Navy Replaces S Carolina Boy Scout Troop's Stolen Gear Defiant New Thai Party Resumes Collecting Donations Haiti Police Open Fire on Protesters Mozambique: Journalists and activists face death threats and intimidation in post-election witch-hunt Pakistani reporter gunned down by drug traffickers Dreamers in Limbo Look to Midterm Election In Limbo, DACA Dreamers Look to Midterm Election Vietnamese Dissident Mother Mushroom En Route to US After Release Maldives' President Says Preparing to Step Down With no Regrets on any Decisions Attack on Crimean Technical College Kills 18 Hackers Accused of Ties to Russia Hit 3 E. European Companies: Cybersecurity Firm Jordan Says Nearly 300 Syrian 'White Helmets' Leave for West Canada Kicks off Muted Pot Party As 1st G7 Nation to OK Recreational Cannabis Russia: Repressive law on public assemblies used to arbitrarily detain anti-corruption lawyer What Would A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Mean For Human Rights? Cash in conflict debate gains momentum in London this week Asian Para Games Brings Disability Rights in Indonesia Into Focus UN Security Council to Hear Findings of Probe of Myanmar's Rohingya Crackdown US Lawmakers, Activists Demand Answers on Khashoggi’s Disappearance US Indicts 15 Mexican Drug Cartel Leaders Suspected Bombing Kills Afghan Parliament Candidate Colorful Costumes and Strong Drum Beats Bring West African Dances to Baltimore Deadly Gun Battle Kills 3 in Disputed Territory of Kashmir Kachin: Relief trickles in with water supply system at IDP camp Global trends of war and their humanitarian impacts Pompeo: Saudis Promised to 'Show the Entire World' Results of Missing Journalist Probe China Expected to Gain in Asian Maritime Dispute after Regional Defense Leaders Meeting British, EU Leaders Meeting in Latest Attempt to Break Brexit Impasse Shanghai Airport Automates Check-in with Facial Recognition In Russia’s North Caucasus, An Unprecedented, Peaceful Protest Social justice and equity: key principles for guiding action on the right to education Group Sues Tennessee County over Invalid Voter Registrations Trump Criticizes Condemnation of Saudi Arabia in Journalist's Disappearance In Rare Move, Iran Lets Some Women Attend Men's Soccer in Tehran New Era Begins in Canada: Legal Recreational Marijuana Delayed Obama For-Profit Fraud Protection Ordered Into Force UN Chief says ending poverty ‘a question of justice’ on International Day Cosmonaut Describes Aborted Soyuz Launch Earnings Reports Send US Stocks Higher Trump Dating App Hacked Hours After Launch Trump Says He's Not to Blame If Republicans Lose House US to Open Trade Talks With Britain, EU, Japan Pelosi Outlines Agenda if Democrats Retake House Uber Driver Charged with Kidnapping New York Woman Border Insecurity in Iran Amid Regime Crackdown on Minorities US Congressional Races Break Fundraising Records US, Saudi Arabia Have Leverage on Each Other; Using It Has Costs Mystery Illness Causing Paralysis in Children Baffles Doctors Vietnam: Drop Activist’s Long Sentence US Imposes Sanctions on Iran Business Said to Support Child Soldiers UN Anti-Graft Body in Guatemala Says Visas Denied, Revoked Former HUD Chief Castro 'Inclined' to Run for President in '20 Egyptian President Urges Russia to Resume Flights to Resorts Chaldean Cardinal Says Promised US Aid for Iraq Hasn't Come Death Toll Continues to Rise After Hurricane Michael UN Allows Palestinians to Act More Like Full Member in 2019 Immigrant Caravan Organizer Held After Trump Threatens Honduras USA Gymnastics Interim CEO Resigns Anna Burns Wins Booker Prize with Troubles Tale 'Milkman' Shaka: Extra Time Africa 54 US Says 60 Militants Killed in Somalia Airstrike Trump Threatens to Cut Aid to Honduras If Migrant Caravan Isn't Stopped Pakistan Says Helping Tehran Rescue Kidnapped Iranian Forces UN Pressures Saudi Arabia to Come Clean About Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi Mass Expulsion of Congolese from Angola Could Spark Humanitarian Crisis Border Crossings: SHAED Melania Trump to Focus on Opioids, Newborns in Hospital Tour US General: Fight to Defeat Islamic State Facing ‘Danger of Complacency’ Melania Spokeswoman Calls for Boycott of Rapper Over Video Chinese Diplomat Uses Twitter to Counter Allegations of Xinjiang-Related Rights Abuses Police: So Far No Indication of IS Link to Cologne Attack October 16, 2018 Macron Seeks New Start in French Government Reshuffle in TV Speech Google to Charge for Apps on Android Phones in Europe Turkish Official: Police Found Evidence of Khashoggi Slaying The New Director of UNESCO Liaison Office to the African Union, Presents Her Letters of Credence to the Chairperson of the AU Commission UNESCO proposes concrete projects to implement inter-Korean reconciliation Nigeria: Health worker Hauwa Mohammed Liman executed in captivity Congolese expelled from Angola returning to ‘desperate situation’: UN refugee agency UN experts report: Business ‘dragging its feet’ on human rights worldwide Tropical Storm Tara Soaking Mexico's Central Pacific Coast 6 People Killed in Morocco Train Derailment Washington Has Stood by Riyadh through Multiple Crises Ancient Mariners: Greek Navy Offers Taste of Life in Galleys EgyptAir Pulls Magazine After Drew Barrymore Article Nigeria Says Muslim Insurgents Killed 2nd Female Aid Worker Iconic 'Black Power' Salute at Olympics Marks 50th Anniversary Pompeo in Riyadh, But No News About Missing Saudi Journalist's Fate China Defends Mass Internment of Muslim Ethnic Minorities 2020 Democrats Building Ties to Power Brokers in Key States Malta Says Million-Euro Bounty for Journalist's Killer Still on Offer Iran Urges Pakistan to 'Confront' Militants on Kidnapped Iranian Border Guards Check-in With Facial Recognition Now Possible in Shanghai Literary Group Sues Trump, Alleges Free Speech Stifling Pippa Middleton Gives Birth to Baby Boy Prince Harry in Another Catch-up with War Widow in Sydney Brexit 'Moment of Truth' Approaching, EU Officials Say Inquiry into Libyan Rebel's Killing Threatens to Open Old Wounds Huawei Launches New flagship Phones in Bid to Keep No. 2 Spot US Employers Post Record Number of Open Jobs in August Nigeria: Boko Haram killing of aid worker Hauwa Liman is a war crime The UK Should Suspend Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Top UN rights official urges transparent probe into Khashoggi disappearance Ethiopia's New Cabinet 50 Percent Women, Including Defense Facebook Now Requires UK Political Ad Buyers to Reveal Identity Liberia Investigates US-Backed Charity After Alleged Rapes Payments Companies Hit Deadline for Keeping Data in India France Flood Heaps Added Tragedy on Terror Victim's Widow In Florida, Determining Hurricane Death Toll Proves Elusive Warren Accuses Trump of 'Creepy' Comments About Her DNA Test China Wants to Further Boost Ties in Central, East Europe China: Mass internment camps are places of punishment, not ‘vocational training' The National Society Investment Alliance Pompeo On High Stakes Visit To Saudi Arabia Both Parties Agree Trump Drives the Midterms Archeologists Search for Ancient City in Bamyan Iconic 'Black Power' Salute at Olympics Marks 50th Anniversary Blind Athlete Achieves Dream: Hiking Grand Canyon Trump Praises Response to Hurricane Michael Probe of Missing Saudi Journalist Brings Consulate Search, US Secretary of State Visit Both Parties Agree - Trump Drives the Midterms Blind Athlete Achieves Dream: Hiking Grand Canyon Australian PM Considering Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital UN asks Saudis to respond to RSF concern about Khashoggi Vietnam: Second trial brings blogger’s total prison sentence to nine years RSF backs Bangladeshi media protest against digital security law WHO Convenes Emergency Meeting on Congo's Ebola Outbreak What Approach to Take on North Korean Sanctions? HRW Says Bauxite Mining Boom in Guinea Threatens Locals Three-Way Talks Begin on Disarming Key Part of Korean Border Syria: Residents Blocked From Returning Iran: Arrests, Harassment of Baha’is China: Children Caught in Xinjiang Crackdown Lesbian Film 'Rafiki' May Change Kenya Forever Joint Letter Calling for Investigation of Attack on CHRR and Other Human Rights Defenders Memorializing Matthew Shepard Syria: Residents Blocked From Returning Submission on Tajikistan to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Letter to Curaçaoan and Dutch Authorities on Venezuelan Asylum Seekers Tokyo’s ‘Olympic’ LGBT Non-Discrimination Law The Netherlands Should Protect Venezuelan Refugees Letter to Curaçaoan and Dutch Authorities on Venezuela Asylum Seekers Marine Spatial Planning an excellent strategy for the development of oceanic resources Rural Women and Girls Sidelined Facebook to Ban Misinformation on Voting in Upcoming US Elections Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65 Iran's Growing Influence in Syria Sparks Concern Judge Tosses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit Against Trump Trump Administration Aims to Force Drug Companies to List Prices in Ads Gambia Launches Truth and Reconciliation Commission Pakistan's Fencing of Afghan Border Remains Source of Mutual Tensions Washington Catholic Archdiocese Names 28 Former Clergy Who Committed Abuse Caution, Cancellations, Protests as Concerns Grow on China's Belt and Road Russian Orthodox Church Cuts Ties With Global Orthodox Leadership Rural Women and Girls Sidelined European Populism Takes a Left Turn in Spain Zimbabwe's Government Says Worst of its Economic Woes is Over October 15, 2018 US Budget Deficit Hits Six-Year High Germany Deports Accomplice of 9/11 Attacks to Morocco American Pastor's Hometown Greets His Release From Turkish Prison Native Americans Decry Supreme Court Ruling on Voter ID in North Dakota Researchers Find Bright Sides to Some Invasive Species Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Could Have Murdered Saudi Journalist Uganda Hopes Kanye West, Kardashian Visit Boosts Tourism Trump Reiterates 'No Deal' with Turkey for Pastor's Release Bangladesh Newspaper Editors Protest Digital Security Law Keino Given More Time to Report to Police in Corruption Case US Military Airstrike in Somalia Kills 4 al-Shabab Fighters Global Warming to Leave Us Crying in Our Costlier Beer Africa 54 US Designates Hezbollah, 4 Other Groups as Top Threats Street Clashes in Comoros Over Presidential Term Extension Russia: Sochi blogger’s rights systematically violated during trial In Malta, RSF urges PM Muscat to establish an immediate public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination EU: Oppose Hungary’s Rejection of EU Values Le Mali aura bientôt sa politique nationale enseignante : avis aux médias (in French) Journée internationale de l’alphabétisation : l’UNESCO et le gouvernement malien célèbrent l’édition 2018 (in French) Trump in Florida to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage Warren DNA Test Shows Evidence of Native American Ancestry Germany's Old Political Guard Suffers Another Setback Germany Deporting Convicted 9/11 Suspect to Morocco Why More Americans Are Moving to Smaller Cities Trump Suggests 'Rogue Killers' Could Have Murdered Missing Saudi Journalist Hopes for Brexit Deal Foiled by Irish Border Issue Iceland Seeks Financial Crash Closure with Last Prosecution Kanye West Meets Uganda's President, Gifts Pair of Sneakers Trial Starts on Claim Harvard Discriminates against Asian-Americans Market Can Cope with Push for Zero Iranian Oil Sales, Says US Envoy Why the Midterm Election is on Diaspora Media's Radar 13 Dead as Flooding Hits Southwestern France Key Syrian Border Crossings Reopen Prince Harry and Meghan Expecting their 1st Child in Spring Jamal Khashoggi’s ‘Disappearance’ Highlights Growing Threat to Journalists Warren DNA Analysis Points to Native American Heritage Why Diaspora Media Riveted by US Midterm Campaign Hurricane Recovery Expected to Take Years Uganda Weighs Privacy Rights vs. Crime Women-Owned Startup Aims for Cleaner Hands and a Healthier Planet Turkish and Saudi Leaders Discuss Khashoggi Disappearance Trump to Survey Hurricane Michael Damage Why the Midterm Election is on the Diaspora Media's Radar World Oil Prices Help Vietnam Expand an Already Fast-Growing Economy Honduran Migrant Caravan Grows as it Moves Toward the US Sears Files for Chapter 11 Amid Plunging Sales, Massive Debt RSF requests more protection for journalists ahead of Afghan elections UK: Amend Flawed Counterterrorism Bill Artificial Intelligence Can Help Fight Global Hunger Koreas Resume High-Level Talks as Moon Presses for Sanction Relief Syria: A year after Raqqa, US-led Coalition’s ongoing denials an insult to survivors Mosul: New physical rehabilitation centre gives hope to amputees Head of S.Korea's Ruling Party Says Pope Wishes to Visit N.Korea: Yonhap Trump Says Climate Change Is Not a Hoax Chinese Envoy Says US Charge of Election Interference 'Groundless' Immigrants Face Hurdles to Prove Abuse by US Agents Pakistan's Islamist Party Warns Government of Countrywide Protests on Blasphemy Verdict State TV broadcasts in Syria's east for 1st time in years Bavarian Voters Punish Merkel Allies in State Election More Fallout from Disappearance of Saudi Journalist Syrian Jihadists Signal Acceptance of Idlib Deal Nicaragua Police Arrest 20, Use Stun Grenades to End Anti-govt Demo Somalia Marks One Year After Deadliest Terrorist Attack ICRC Urges Nigerian Militants to Free Abducted Healthcare Workers Trump Suggests Defense Chief Could Leave Hurricane Michael's Devastation: Reality Is Overwhelming October 14, 2018 IOM: Committee Empowers Rohingya Refugee Women in Pursuit of Aid Hurricane's Chaos, Destruction Prompts Residents to Take Action MSF Urges Australia to Evacuate Refugees from Offshore Detention Centers Iran's President Seeks to Downplay US Oil Sanctions Children in Ebola-Affected DRC Return to School Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations Rohingya Refugees in India Rattled After First-Ever Deportations Prominent Human Rights Activist Briefly Held by Pakistan Authorities Saudis Rebuff Trump Threat of Sanctions for Missing Journalist Red Cross Urges Nigerian Militants to Spare 2 Health Workers UK's Ex-Brexit Chief Urges Cabinet to Rebel against PM May Nigeria: With 24-hour deadline looming, ICRC makes urgent public appeal to release endangered healthcare workers El Salvador’s Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI Become Saints Migrant Truck Crash Kills 22 in Turkey Navalny Released; Detained Twice in Two Months Residents Work to Clear Destruction Left by Hurricane Michael Somalia Marks 1 Year Since Devastating Mogadishu Bombing Saudi Stocks Drop after Trump Threat over Missing Writer Buffer Zone Brings Fragile Calm to Syria's Rebel-Held Idlib 'Getting the Scare:' Behind the Scenes in Maryland Haunted Forest Pope to Canonize El Salvador’s Oscar Romero, Pope Paul VI 3 Arrested in New York Violence After Far-Right Speech 15 Migrants Killed When Truck Plunges into River in Turkey Bodies of 9 Climbers Pulled From Nepal Peak Mosul: new physical rehabilitation center gives hope to amputees Vietnam Wants to Go Hollywood Cambodia to Again Search for US Vietnam War Dead Trump: McConnell ‘Kentucky Tough’ in Kavanaugh Fight Changed Climate Blamed for Barracudas Settling in Colder Waters Venezuela Economic Crisis Leaves Kids Without Food Could Plants be the Last Straw for Plastic? Report: Kushner Likely Paid Little, No US Taxes for Years Report: N. Irish Party Leader Calls No-Deal Brexit 'Likeliest' Scenario Battles Over Safe Ebola Burials Complicate Work in DRC California Braces for Powerful Winds, Wildfire Danger Report: Kushner Likely Paid Little, No US Income Taxes for Years Merkel’s Allies in Bavaria Brace for Election Losses Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire Again Spews Ash, Lava Two Blasts in Somali Town Kill at Least 15 Crowbars, Cadaver Dogs Used in Search for Michael's Victims Pope Defrocks 2 Chilean Ex-Bishops for Abusing Minors Death Toll in Afghanistan Election Rally Blast Climbs to 22 Honduran Migrants Trek North as US Calls for Tighter Borders Trump Pessimistic About Fate of Missing Saudi Journalist Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 17 Newly Freed Pastor Meets Trump 13 Dead in Afghan Election Rally Blast Trump: 'Severe Punishment' for Saudi Arabia if Journalist Was Killed by Saudis Taliban, US Agree to Sustain Direct Dialogue on Afghan Peace Report: White House Seeks New Approach on Family Separations at Border WFP: Climate Change to Accelerate World Hunger UNICEF: Armed Militia in NE Nigeria Releases 833 Child Soldiers 8 Climbers Dead on Nepal Mountain, Ninth Missing 11 Migrants Killed When Smuggler’s Car Crashes in Greece Survival Mode Kicks in After Hurricane Michael Hits Small Town Survival Mode Kicks in After Hurricane Michael Hits Small Town Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 16 IMF Urges US and China to De-escalate Tariff Wars US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade Eating Roadkill in WV: A Controversial Tradition That Makes Locals Proud How Wine Corks Help Fight Global Warming 'Women of Troy: Voices From Afghanistan' an Afghan, American Collaboration US Pledges $90 Million as World Leaders Gather to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade Using CT Scans to Predict Heart Attacks Eight Climbers Dead on Nepal Mountain, Ninth Missing Why Taiwan Will Send Tech Guru to APEC in November Reports: Saudi Journalist May Have Recorded His Own Death Mexican Police Arrest Suspect in Trafficking Along US Border Matthew Shepard’s Murder Haunts Wyoming 20 Years Later Peru’s Groundbreaking Legislation Gives Equality of Choices to People with Disabilities Candidates Need to Speak Up against Violence in Brazil Peru’s Groundbreaking Legislation Gives Equality of Choices to People with Disabilities Medical Experts Call to Defer Unnecessary Intersex Surgeries UNESCO launches #RightToEducation campaign Innovative app to help people cope with natural hazards UNESCO launches #RightToEducation campaign Trump Vows to Unearth Truth About Khashoggi Disappearance Moscow Calls Independent Ukrainian Church US-Backed 'Provocation' Afghan Charlie Chaplin Overlooks Threats for People’s Happiness 'First Man' Shows Personal Sacrifice, High Risk of Apollo 11 Mission Pennsylvania GOP Candidate Threatens to ‘Stomp’ Rival’s Face (Im)migration News Recap, Oct. 6-13 Life-Sized Plastic Whale to Raise Ocean Pollution Awareness Bill Cosby Switches Up Legal Team with Appeal Looming