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A UN Investigation Would Offer a True Path to Justice for Jamal Khashoggi Bangladesh: Halt Rohingya Repatriation Plan UAE: Tolerance Summit Bangladesh: Halt Rohingya Repatriation Plan Venezuela: Numbers Highlight Health Crisis Saudi Arabia: Rights Abuses Under Scrutiny NoBanNoWall: From the Muslim Ban to the Migrant Caravan 'We Trust Our Rocket,' Crew Says Ahead of First Space Launch Since Failure Zimbabwe Marks One Year After Mugabe's Ouster November 15, 2018 California Taps War-Zone DNA Specialists After Wildfire Some Mexico Border Residents Reject Migrant Arrivals British PM May: Rejection of Brexit Deal Would Create Grave Uncertainty US Turkish Tensions Rise Again Over Bank's Fate Abducted Pakistani Police Officer's Body Found in Afghanistan Roy Clark, Country Guitar Virtuoso, 'Hee Haw' Star, Has Died Israeli Elections Seem Likely After Lieberman's Resignation 'Cop's Cop' to Be Honored as Bar Shooting Hero at Funeral About 74,000 Asylum-Seekers Living in Greece, Officials Say IMF Executive Board Will Meet in 'Coming Weeks' on Venezuela Czechs Protest Against PM Babis; Coalition Partner May Quit Government Argentine Senate Approves Austerity Budget for IMF Deal US Deployment to Southern Border at Peak, Official Says Ferocious Fires Spark Concern Over Major Health Consequences Business Bosses Alarmed as Resignations Imperil Brexit Deal Ukraine PM Upbeat on IMF Loan Prospects Argentina Detains 12 in Bomb Attacks Ahead of G20 UNESCO launches Journalism, ‘F*ke News’ and Disinformation Handbook at the Internet Governance Forum Inclusive Chilean project wins 2018 Diversity Award for Engineering Education The President of Armenia expresses support for UNESCO in meeting with the Director-General Trump Promising More Dismissals of Key Aides The Long Wait to Enter US at Southern Border Anger As Indonesia Jails Teacher Who Documented Sexual Harassment Endless Waiting to Enter US at Southern Border Africa 54 US Envoy for Iran Warns EU Banks, Firms Against Non-Dollar Iran Trade Pakistan Rescues Kidnapped Iranian Border Guards Upset by Trump's Iran Waivers, Saudis Push for Deep Oil Output Cut Florida Vote Recount Continues as Democrats Gain Ground Elsewhere Saudi Prosecutor: Khashoggi Killed in Fight; 11 Men Charged Stabbings on the Rise in London Trump Unleashes New Attacks on Russia Probe US Flexes New Muscle in Asia 5 UN Soldiers Killed in DRC Finland: GPS Signal Disruption During NATO War Games Came From Russia Spotlight on online content moderation at UNESCO screening of “The Cleaners” Maritime Spatial Planning goes global: IOC-UNESCO and European Commission to develop new international guidelines Methodology for measuring marine acidity recognized by United Nations US – RSF condemns President Trump’s treatment of black female journalists South Africa: Minister Motsoaledi must not use refugees and migrants as scapegoats for the failing health system Vietnamese Blogger Mother Mushroom Tells Activists 'You Are Not Alone' Endless Waiting to Enter US at Southern Border Rohingya Refugees Refuse Repatriation from Bangladesh Tanzania Loses Denmark Aid Over Rights Concerns After World Bank Scraps Loan Contentious Brexit Divorce Agreement Triggers Ministerial Resignations Pence on North Korea: 'Now We Need to See Results' Macron Braces for Motorist Revolt on France's Highways Fake Drugs Kill Tens of Thousands in Africa Each Year Sri Lanka, Without Prime Minister and Cabinet, Grinds to Political Halt High-Level China US Trade Talks Resume Report: Islamic State Financier Paid Money to Eastern Congo Rebel Group Flavored E-Cigarettes to Be Banned at US Convenience Stores Shawkan still in prison three months after completing five-year term Who owns the Media in Tanzania? Britain’s Brexit Secretary Quits as May Looks for Parliament’s OK Did Russia Violate Navalny’s Rights? European Court to Rule Pence Announces US-ASEAN ‘Smart Cities Partnership’ Saudi Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty in Khashoggi’s Killing Taliban Kills Over 40 Afghan Forces Near Iran Border Saudi Prosecutor Requests Death Sentence for Khashoggi Killing Angola: Stop Abusive Expulsions of Migrants A Test Case for Justice in Uganda Glaring Omission in Security Council Plan to Visit China Tajikistan turns to Chinese model of large-scale Internet censorship China: two financial journalists sentenced to jail terms Debut of China AI Anchor Stirs up Tech Race Debates Southern California Fires Uproot Hollywood Celebrities On Syria, US Emphasizes Defeat of Islamic State, De-Escalation of Conflict Fear, Confusion as Rohingya Repatriation Looms Solar Panels Transform Lives at Kenyan Refugee Camp Sentient Office Buildings Adjust to Workers' Personal Comfort and Well Being Scientists to Reboot the Kilogram Britain’s Brexit Minister Quits Over May’s Deal Taliban Kill 30 Policemen in West Province Fighting Breaks Out in Sri Lanka’s Parliament as Political Crisis Deepens Angola: Stop Mass Expulsions of Migrants Sigrid Nunez’s Novel ‘The Friend’ Wins US National Book Award In India, Women Turn to Apps to Avoid, Report Harassment African Leaders Meet for 'Last Push' on AU Reforms At CMAs, Chris Stapleton Wins Big, Keith Urban Takes Top Prize Iran’s Poorly Paid Teachers on Nationwide Strike for 2nd Day Migrants Reach US-Mexico Border, Likely Face Long Wait Angola: Stop Mass Expulsions of Refugees Sudan: Exiled Activist Surfaces in Detention Hong Kong: Drop Case Against ‘Umbrella 9’ Iraq’s So-Called “ISIS Families”: Rounded up, Vilified, Forgotten An Open Letter to Mark Zuckerberg Myths and Realities About Incendiary Weapons Colombia: Authorities must respect the rights of the Indigenous Peoples of Chocó US Lawmaker Says Facebook Cannot Be Trusted to Regulate Itself US Believes Reporter Missing in Syria Since 2012 Still Alive Verdicts on Khmer Rouge Leaders Likely Tribunal’s Last Former Deputy Intelligence Chief Arrested in Ethiopia Draft Brexit Deal Ends Britain's Easy Access to EU Financial Markets Official: Citizenship Query Will Not Cause US Census Undercount Sudan Diplomat: Talks to Remove Sudan From US Terror List to Begin Frigid Planet Detected Orbiting Nearby Star US Returns ‘Bells of Balangiga’ to Philippines After a Century Trump Backs 1st Major Rewrite of Sentencing Laws in Decades Poll: Safety, Time Are Women's Biggest Transportation Concerns Instant Forest? ‘Tree Hopping’ Takes Off in Parts of Kenya Rare Conservation Win: Mountain Gorilla Population Ticks Up Lawyer Avenatti Arrested in LA on Domestic Violence Charge Report: China Appears to Ease North Korea Sanctions US's Pompeo to Meet Incoming Mexican Foreign Minister on Thursday Trump Ally McCarthy to Lead House Republicans Sotheby's: Marie-Antoinette Jewels Soar at ‘Once in a Lifetime' Sale Fiji PM on Track for Election Victory Officials See Solutions to Deadly Wildfires Idris Elba's Daughter Named Golden Globe Ambassador Missing Elite Chinese University Students, Alumni Spark Outcry Brazil's Lula Grilled by Corruption Probe Judge Mexico President-elect Will Continue to Lean on Military for Security Migrant Caravan Groups Arrive by Hundreds at US Border Calls for End to Yemen War Offer Little Hope for Hungry Children As Laws Fail to Slow Online Sex Trade, Experts Turn to Tech Missing in California Fire Include Many People in Their 80s and 90s Trump's Baseless Voter Fraud Allegations Could Hurt US Faith in Elections FCC Launches First US High-Band 5G Spectrum Auction Dozens Plead With Trump Administration to Keep Air Rules Uber's Losses Continue Ahead of IPO More Than 1,000 Iranian Activists Back Jailed Environmentalists in Letter to Judiciary US Envoy: Fight Against IS in Its Last Syrian Stronghold Nearing End White House Official Criticized by First Lady Removed From Position Arizona Judge Won't Give More Time to Find Victims of Illegal Detentions US Adds New Sanctions on Cuba Tourist Attractions Mexicans Disappointed With NFL Decision to Move Chiefs-Rams Game US Senate's Flake Takes a Stand on Protecting Mueller Probe Federal Judge Considering Whether to Restore CNN Correspondent's White House Credentials Ocean Shock: Portugal Mourns Sardines' Escape to Cooler Waters Maná to Be Honored as Latin Grammys' Person of the Year Keepers of JFK Legacy Hoping to Show Words Count on Twitter Florida's Bitter Recount Battle Lurches Toward Deadline ALERT: US – RSF supports CNN, Jim Acosta lawsuit against White House Mexico: Authorities must obtain free, prior and informed consent for ‘Mayan Train’ from Indigenous Peoples who could be affected Exotic Animals Survive Malibu Wildfire National Guard to Search for Victims of California's Deadliest Fire UN Bemoans Lack of Funding for African Anti-Jihadist Force Turkish Court Sentences Journalist to 19 Years Jail Over Gulen Links Latvia to Look for New PM Candidate After Cabinet Talks Fail Lebanese Christian Civil War Foes Reconcile After 40 Years US Awards Second Border Wall Contract in Texas After Aborted Mission, NASA Astronaut Confident About December Launch Archaeologists Discover 15th Century Indigenous Tombs in Bolivia Bangladesh Police Break Up Opposition Protest as Election Nears Ugandan Soldiers to Guard Chinese Businesses After Rash of Robberies Bitcoin Drops to 1-Year Low As Slump Persists Car Plant Shows Limits to Iran's Economic Ambitions in Syria Studies: Houston Skyscrapers May Have Worsened Hurricane Harvey Rain S. Korean Firms to Plead Guilty to Rigging US Military Fuel Bids Hundreds of Refugees, Roma Homeless in Italian Eviction Drive When It Came to Racism, the Pen Was Stan Lee's Superpower Recording Leads to New Allegations Colombia Prosecutor Covered Up Bribes Pro-Trump Diplomat to Become Brazil's Foreign Minister Experts Target Missing Link in Contraception: Men Rohingya Refugees Terrified of Being Forced Back to Myanmar Watch: That moment you achieve your lifelong dream Postal Service Reports Financial Loss for 12th Year Straight Prince Charles Turns 70 with Party, New Family Photos Overheating Machines Complicate Florida's Recount Battle US Panel Warns Against Government Purchase of Chinese Tech El Chapo Prosecutors Object to Defense Opening Statement US Justice Department Defends Appointment of Acting AG UN Warns Escalating Afghan Fighting Sparking Humanitarian Crisis Africa 54 Democrats Gaining as More US Votes Are Counted California Fire Victims Sue Local Electric Company Cameroon’s Renewed Anglophone Fighting Displaces Hundreds of Civilians 2 US Senators to Defy Republican Leader on Mueller Protections Cuba to Withdraw Doctors From Brazil After Bolsonaro Snub FOX News, Others Back CNN in Fight to Regain White House Press Pass Rights Group Calls for Halt to Rohingya Repatriation Slave-Free Jeans Get Boost from 'Markle Sparkle' But Can Companies Back Ethical Vows? UN Security Council Lifts Sanctions Against Eritrea Mattis Defends Mexico Border Deployment in First Troop Visit US Congress Should Not Be Fooled By Egypt’s Platitudes Hypocrisy of Dubai’s World Tolerance Summit UN Security Council Lifts Arms Embargo on Eritrea Action plan to better preserve and access documentary heritage adopted for the Arab region Slovak authorities asked to stop hounding Kuciak protest organizers, journalists Samoa Pleads For Global Action to Tackle Climate Change US Vice President Presses Asian Leaders on Rohingya, Maritime Dispute New Sri Lankan PM Ousted in Parliamentary No-Confidence Vote Most Dangerous US States Might Surprise You France Fires Back at Trump's Lack of "Common Decency" North Korean Delegation Visits South to Attend History Forum Georgia Election Uncertainty Lingers Amid Legal Wrangling Dozens of Migrants Refuse to Leave Container Ship in Libya Publisher: NYT Reporters Work on Book About Brett Kavanaugh Mattis to Visit US Southern Border Wednesday Britain Army Recruitment Crisis Opens Door for Commonwealth Citizens to Join British Army Shortfall Opens Door for Commonwealth Citizens Romania tries to use GDPR to force journalists to reveal sources RSF decries “disturbing erosion of press freedom” in Gabon 48 Dead in California Fires Kenyan Gov't Could Make 'Intersex' an Official Category Fans Pay Tribute to Marvel Comics Legend Stan Lee Soft Wearable Tech is Helping People Move Troops at the US Border are Stringing Wire and Building Barracks ASEAN Calls for Unity Amidst US - Sino Rivalry Britain's May Seeks Cabinet Approval for Brexit Deal Israeli Defense Chief Resigns Over Gaza Cease-Fire May’s Brexit 'Moment of Truth' US Cracks Down on Visas for Immigrant Heroes Media in the face of terrorism, UNESCO conference, 20 November Journalists in Cambodia – persecution and hell Harassment of journalists breaks records in Belarus – nearly 100 fines so far this year Aretha Franklin's 'Amazing Grace' Concert Film Finally Debuts South Korea Takes Aim at High Suicide Rate Inside the FedEx Hub: How Packages Arrive at Your Door US Designates Hezbollah Leader's Son as Terrorist Irrigation Still Rare in Zimbabwe as UN Predicts Drought Rain Closes Some Polling Venues as Fiji Elects New Leader Ethiopia: Prison authorities tackle infrastructure problems African Union: Military Attachés Association briefed on the humanitarian situation in DR Congo Action Needed on Incendiary Weapons Will Imran Khan Educate Pakistan’s Girls? Joint Letter to All Permanent Missions to the United Nations in New York Creating Neighborhood Schools in Pakistan Video: Girls Deprived of Education in Pakistan “Shall I Feed My Daughter, or Educate Her?” Film Review: A Commanding Turn from Viola Davis in 'Widows' Activists: Pakistan Must Live Up to Promise to Build More Girls' Schools Elon Musk's 'Teslaquila' Faces Clash With Mexican Tequila Industry With J.K. Rowling's Help, Jude Law Builds a New Dumbledore US Legislation to Urge Possible China Sanctions over Xinjiang Crackdown Fuel Shortages the New Normal in Venezuela as Oil Industry Unravels Analysts: Fast-growing African Cities at 'Extreme Risk' from Climate Change Stung by Election Losses, House GOP Weighs Leadership Choice At $50M, 'Pink Legacy' Diamond Shines Brightest in Christie's Sale Texas Ed Board Votes to Restore Lessons on Clinton, Keller Experts: Cancellation of US-N. Korea Meeting Suggests Snag in Talks At Least 15 Killed in Cameroon in Clashes Between Army, Separatists US Alone in Opposing UN Refugee Text Over Sovereignty Concerns Palestinians Agree to Ceasefire if Israel Does Trial of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Begins in New York Former Honduran Leader Criticizes Brother's Prosecution US Reiterates Commitment to Help Myanmar's Rohingya Trump to Nominate Retired Army General as US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia US Senator Graham Says Supports Mueller Bill, Urges Vote Prospect of Chinese Control of Djibouti Port Concerns Senators In Factory After Factory, Kim Tries to Grow N. Korea Economy US in China Trade Talks Again, Demands ‘Change of Posture’ Iconic Barbie Fashion Comes Alive in Vintage Collaboration Former West Virginia Coal Mines Turned into Carbon-sucking Forests Glamour Magazine Honors Teigen, Monae, Gonzalez and Raisman US October Budget Deficit Jumps to $100.5 Billion Ex-Intel Officials Worry Trump Still Doing Russia's Dirty Work EU Court Rules Taste Cannot Be Copyrighted Einstein Letter Fearing German Anti-Semitism Sells for $32,000 Trump Envoy Urges Russia Help Free US Journalist Held in Syria Nigerian Firm Takes Blame for Routing Google Traffic Through China Colombia Opens Camp for Venezuela Migrants as Exodus Swells Time is Money: 'The Asprey' Wristwatch Sells for Nearly $3.9M Michael Buble Returns With 'Love' Album After 2-Year Break 'Megafire' That Torched Town Now Common in California Southern California Fires Uproot Many Hollywood Celebrities 'I Want to Bury Him': Lebanon Hopes for Closure with Law to Find War Missing Verdicts Due in Trial Against 2 Khmer Rouge Leaders Cease-Fire Between Israel, Hamas Holding Trumps to Skip Kennedy Center Honors for 2nd Straight Year Bolsonaro Picks Army General as Brazil Defense Minister US - #WeeklyAddress: November 5 - November 11: White House suspends CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass ‘12 million’ stateless people globally, warns UNHCR chief in call to States for decisive action ‘Terror and panic’ among Rohingya who may be forced to return to Myanmar – UN rights chief Palestinian Groups in Gaza Accept Cease-Fire; No Word From Israel Shaka: Extra Time Amazon Splits 2nd HQ Between NYC, DC Suburb Trump: Report of N. Korean Missile Bases 'Fake News' Greek Authorities Say Lost Ancient City of Tenea Located Pentagon Chief to Visit US Southern Border Wednesday Brexit Divorce Deal Draft Agreed by EU and UK; May's Ministers to Meet WHO Official Predicts 6 More Months Battling Ebola in Congo Norway Says Russia Jammed GPS Signal During NATO Drill Italian Journalists Protest Governing Party Insults November 13, 2018 Erdogan Ups Pressure on Riyadh Over Khashoggi US Says Europe Needs Diversity from Russian Energy Supplies Pence to Offer Alternative to China's Belt and Road Initiative in Singapore US Hardens Border at Tijuana to Prepare for Migrant Caravan Human Rights Win Out in US Election ‘It breaks my heart, but I have to keep going’: the Honduran women forced to leave their homeland Zimbabwean Generals Deny Troops Shot and Killed 6 Protesters Florida Recount Chugs Along as More Irregularities Surface Ethiopia Arrests Ex-Head of Army Firm as Crackdown Targets Security Services FBI Reports Largest Spike in Hate Crimes Since 9/11 Why Wait? Democrats Openly Flirt With 2020 White House Bids Trump Assails France, Macron Coalition, Yemen Rebels Agree on Informal Truce US Trial to Tell Epic Tale of Mexican Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Lebanese Premier Accuses Hezbollah of Blocking Cabinet South Africa's Home Affairs Minister Gigaba Resigns Africa 54 Czech Opposition Pushes for No-Confidence Vote Over PM's Investigation CEO of India's Flipkart Resigns After Sexual Assault Accusation Amid Drug Crisis, Spiritual First Responders Hit the Streets Incoming House Members Prep for Dos and Don'ts on The Hill EU Says Romania Has Backtracked on Court Reforms 3 Civilians Killed in Attack Targeting Foreign Troops in Mali Saudi King to Resume Domestic Tour Amid Khashoggi Fallout Gaza Militants Accept Cease-Fire; No Word From Israel Trump’s Security Chief Bolton Vows to 'Squeeze' Iran The road to reunion: For these families this is all they have Jordan Convicts 10 for 2016 Castle Attack Claimed by IS Cameroon Church Leader Says Remaining School Captives Freed Italy Brings Together Libya Rivals on Conference Sidelines Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Barred from Leaving Russia Pope to Visit Morocco in March in Big Year for Foreign Trips Report: Putin's Friend Set to Win Lucrative New Contract UK Says Brexit Deal Almost Within Touching Distance Heir's Big Birthday: 70 Candles Lined Up for Prince Charles Spain Bucks Political Trend Amid African Migrant Influx – But Will It Last? Afghan Officials Say Suspension of Presidential Vote 'Unacceptable' Italy to Rebuff EU Over Big Spending Budget Sri Lankan Top Court Suspends Decree Dissolving Parliament China Scours Social Media, Erases Thousands of Accounts Ex-Macedonian PM Gruevski Says He's Seeking Asylum in Hungary Italy's Conference on Libya in Disarray Gin Up, South Africa: Gin Craze Going Big Artist Revives Lebanon’s Abandoned Historic Buildings Search for Bodies Continues Amid California Inferno 5G is Coming, Get Ready Uganda’s Ebola Survivors Recall Disease’s Horrors on DRC Outbreak US Losing Its Luster for Foreign Students Pence in Asia to Highlight US Commitment Umbrella Movement Protestors to Stand Trial Alongside 6 Other Protest Leaders Experts selected to help prepare the UN Decade of Ocean Science “Tax evasion” charge used to harass Philippine website North Korea Missile Program Continues, Says Report Marvel Comics Creator Dies at 95 Pence, Abe Discuss Trade, North Korea ahead of APEC China: RSF submits the case of journalist Huang Qi to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture ‘12 million’ stateless people globally, warns UNCHR chief in call to States for decisive action Fewer Foreign Students Apply to US Universities Ocean Shock: In Land of Sushi, Squid Moves Out of Reach How the Perverse Incentives behind “False Positives” Worked Joint Statement by Civil Society Group’s on Human Rights in the Diamond Supply Chain The pros and cons of private and public education Making intercultural dialogue an effective instrument for inclusive peacebuilding Ocean Shock: Menus for a Warming Planet Roger Stone Associate Expects to Be Charged in Mueller Probe No 'Blue Wave,' But Democrats' Midterm Success Sinking In Ocean Shock: Menus for  Warming Planet Liz Cheney Poised for Ascent into Republican Leadership Gates Links Up with Tokyo 2020 Olympics to Tackle Development Goals US Acting AG Will Consult With Ethics Officials on Possible Recusals Miro Sorvino Urges #MeToo to Do More Than 'Name and Shame' Nicaragua: Anti-govt. Protests Caused $1B in Economic Damages Media Rights Group Indignant Over Detention of its Employees in Tanzania As Slavery Evolves in Mauritania, Silent Victims Prove Harder to Find Activists: Iranian Forces Kill Another Kurdish Man Carrying Goods from Iraq Pakistan: Girls Deprived of Education Afghan Leader Denies Taliban Winning the War Tech Giants Slide, Pulling US Stock Market Sharply Lower Viola Davis on 'Widows,' MeToo and Expressing Her Femininity Migrant Caravan Moving to Western Mexico City of Guadalajara Miley Cyrus, Neil Young Lose Homes in Malibu Wildfires After Musical Courtship, Mumford & Sons Net Perfect Producer 150 Killed in Battle for Yemen's Hodeida as Global Alarm Grows Study: Millions of Small Asian Farmers Miss Out on Seeds Resilient to Climate Change Greater Paris to Ban Old Diesel Cars From Summer 2019 Tunisian Parliament Approves PM's Cabinet Reshuffle Media: German States Want Social Media Law Tightened How Florida Recount Will Unfold — and Why It Matters Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona US Senate Seat Rising Tensions Between Beijing & Washington Worry SE Asian Nations Thai Junta and Thaksin-Backed Populists Face Off Before 2019 Poll Kazakhstan: Attack on Trade Union Leader Russia: Taliban, US Officials Held '10 Secret' Meetings in Doha Zimbabwe Farmers Call for Help to Mitigate Drought Effects Scientists to Swap Dusty Old Kilogram for Something More Stable Lebanon to Form Body to Probe Civil War Disappearances Alexander Hamilton Descendant Loans Heirlooms to Museum More Women in Poor Countries Use Contraception, Says Report After Wave of Teacher Activism, Some Fall Short in US Midterms Abu Dhabi Summit: Oil Production Cuts May Be Necessary Comic Book Genius Stan Lee, Spider-Man Creator, Dies at 95 California Wildfires Rage; Death Toll at 31, with 228 Missing Scientists: Wind, Drought Worsen Fires, Not Bad Management Separatist Areas Elect Leaders as Ukraine, Russia Trade Barbs Bolsonaro: Brazil Pension Reform Legislation Unlikely in 2018 EU, UK Inch Closer to Deal as Brexit Hangs in Balance Ethiopia Arrests 63 Suspected of Rights Abuses, Corruption Pakistan Frees 2 Taliban Members as US Envoy Visits Region Paradise Lost: Grim Search Under Way in Incinerated California Town UNESCO Director-General calls for more open multilateralism at the Paris Peace Forum Calling for an “Internet of Trust”, Internet Governance Forum opens annual meeting at UNESCO Blue Eyes Special: Frank, Barbara Sinatra Auction Upcoming Michelle Obama Memoir Next Pick for Winfrey Book Club US Vote Counting Continues in Close Races Amnesty Int'l Strips Aung San Suu Kyi of Honor Over Rohingya Abuses Amazon HQ Favorites: Similar Basics, Different Vibes Palestinians Fire Rockets, Israel Responds with Airstrikes Saudi-Led Coalition Gains Ground in Key Yemen Port November 12, 2018 New US Exercise Guidelines: Move More, Sit Less, Start Younger France to 'Embed' Regulators at Facebook to Combat Hate Speech Human Rights Commission Expresses 'Concern' over Brazil Colombia's Ex-rebels Turn Rafting Guides Romanian Leader Says Country Not Ready for EU Presidency Making intercultural dialogue an effective instument for inclusive peacebuilding UN experts concerned over racial bias in Dutch child welfare system Yemen: Eyewitness describes terrifying scenes as explosions rock hospital in central Hodeidah Police: School Fire in Uganda's South Leaves 9 Students Dead Italy's PM Expects Libyan Commander Haftar to Join Palermo Conference Kremlin Dismisses Finnish Allegation It May Have Disrupted GPS Signal UK's May: Response to Skripal Attack Hurt Russian Spying Twitter Warns Pakistani Rights Activists over Government Criticism Pence in Japan to Discuss Trade, North Korea Before Summits Back from Paris, Trump Assails Europe on Defense, Trade Thousands in Gaza Demand Revenge After Deadly Israeli Raid Mishaps, Protests and Litigation Overshadow Florida Recount 'Ghost Boats' Believed from N. Korea Wash up on Japan Shores IAEA: Iran Still Abiding by Nuclear Deal Africa 54 China Calls for Open World Economy Ahead of ASEAN Talks US Bishops to Delay Votes on Steps to Combat Sex Abuse Crisis Syria Extends Time for Post-War Property Claims under Disputed Law Congo Opposition Supporters Protest Against Joint Election Candidate Mississippi Senator's 'Public Hanging' Remark Draws Rebuke The pros and cons of private and public education explained by UNESCO Chair in Education Law in Africa UNESCO and World Bank commit to factor culture in urban reconstruction and recovery RSF disturbed by Moroccan journalist’s 12-year jail sentence Deadly Explosion Rocks Kabul US, EU Call Election in Pro-Russian E. Ukraine a Sham Europe’s Calculations Shift on Trump Second Term Forecasters Warn Dry, Windy Conditions Could Fuel California Fires Trudeau: Canada has Heard Turkish Recordings on Khashoggi's Killing Ethiopia's Attorney General Alleges Vast Corruption at Military-run Metec Think Tank: N. Korea Keeps Undeclared Missile Bases Up and Running UK PM May Stares into Brexit Abyss as Domestic Opposition Mounts Meth Seizures Up in Myanmar, SE Asia Western Diplomats Shun Meeting with Sri Lanka Minister on Political Crisis Macron, Tech Giants Launch 'Paris Call' to Fix Internet Ills UNESCO’s three-day celebration of World Philosophy Day 2018 Navy Warplane Down in 2nd Crash From US Carrier in Month State Election Tests Begin for India's Modi Afghan Forces Suffer Scores of Casualties in Heavy Fighting Merkel Coalition Won't Hold, SPD Youth Leader Says Bangladesh Pushes Back Election Date Indonesian Migrant Workers Remain Vulnerable, Activists Say Casualties Feared From Suicide Bomb Blast in Kabul US-bound Migrants Reach Central Mexican City of Irapuato Reuniting separated families in Western Tanzania Health Care in Danger campaign: Stop violence against medical personnel and facilities in Iraq Swine Fever Virus in Animal Feed Raises China's Contagion Risk Trump's Visit to France Marked by Controversy Large-Scale Portraits of WWI Soldiers Crafted on Beaches in UK Black, Asian Ballerinas Now Can Buy Shoes That Match Their Skin Tone Asian-Americans Bring Diverse Perspective to Comics, Graphic Novels Dialogue Eases Sino-US Relations, for Now Japan's Abe Calls for Public Works Spending to Help Economy 10 Questions the Saudi Crown Prince Needs to Answer California Wildfires Rage, Death Toll Climbs to 31 White House: Cemetery Motorcade Would Have Disrupted Roads N. Korea Media: S. Korea-US Military Drills Violate Agreements California Wildfires Rage, Death Toll at 25 US to Saudi Prince: Khashoggi Killers to Be Held to Account PM May: Britain Open to 'Different Relationship' With Russia Fresh Fighting Erupts Amid Steps to Calm Gaza Violence Democratic leaders give historic commitment based on Declaration on Information and Democracy Ukraine Rebel Regions Hold Vote West Calls Bogus Empowered, Emboldened House Democrats Chart Path Forward Empowered, Emboldened House Democrats Chart Path Forward Official: Trump, Erdogan Discuss Khashoggi Response Potions of Yore Preserved in Small US Museum Potions of Yore Preserved in Small US Museum Fighting Breaks Out in Streets of Key Yemen Port Gabon: Government Says President Recovering in Saudi Arabia US Apothecary Museum Offers Glimpse of Medicines From Bygone Times Democrats Vow to Protect Mueller's Russia Investigation E. Ukraine Holds Elections, West Calls Polls 'Mockery' US Remembers Its Veterans US-Backed Syrian Fighters Resume Offensive Against IS November 11, 2018 Somalia: UN Security Council condemns terrorist attack in which dozens were killed or injured Israeli Leader Defends Money Transfer to Gaza Russia Protests Journalist's Interrogation at US Airport Poland Marks Centenary of Its National Rebirth at End of WWI US Concerned by Rising Attacks on Human Rights in Tanzania Bangladesh Opposition Alliance to Contest Polls 'To Rescue Democracy' Saudi Sisters' Tragic End in NY Shows Perils for Runaways India says Pakistan Firing Kills 2 Soldiers in Kashmir California Wildfires Rage, Death Toll at 23 Myanmar: Bangladesh to Start Repatriating Rohingya Thursday Topless Female Protesters Approach Trump Motorcade in Paris Oman Oil Minister: Majority of OPEC and its Allies Support Cut Commemoration Ceremony for Armistice Day in France Congress Gains More Female Veterans World Leaders Gather in Paris a Century After WWI Armistice