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Zuckerberg Under Pressure to Face EU Lawmakers Over Data Scandal Islamabad Court Considers Barring US Diplomat from Leaving Pakistan Straight Talk Africa More Senate Democrats Oppose Pompeo for Secretary of State April 18, 2018 Bomb Blast Kills Senior Afghan Police Officer US Manufacturers Seek Relief From Steel, Aluminum Tariffs Malawi Can Eradicate HIV Infections, Says US Doctor Who Discovered AIDS Virus Croat Officials Halt Serbia Visit Over Far-Right Incident Excavator Blamed for Puerto Rican Blackout Kerosene bomb attack on editor’s home in northeastern India Theresa May ‘Deeply Regrets’ Colonial Anti-LGBT Laws Zimbabwe Marks Independence Day — From Mugabe, Too Iran Bans Government Bodies from Using Foreign Message Apps Intruders Storm Nigerian Parliament, Snatch Mace IOM Appeals for $38M to Help Conflict-Affected People in Ukraine Swedish King Wants to Let Nobel Body Members Resign AP Explains: For Americans, Big Changes in Travel to Cuba 6 Police, 10 Suspects Killed in Shootouts in Southern Mexico Border Crossings: The Wrecks Trump Reverses Self on Why He Fired FBI Chief Merkel Wants European Monetary Fund With National Oversight: Sources Igor the Siberian Tiger Gets Stem-Cell Hip Treatment in Hungary US VIPs Pay Tribute to Barbara Bush Africa 54 Luxury Liner QE2 Reopens as Floating Hotel in Dubai In Photos: Barbara Bush Hundreds of Refugees Return to Syria From Lebanon Britain Launches 7 Probes into Impartiality of Russian Broadcaster RT Red Cross and Novo Nordisk announce ground-breaking partnership to tackle chronic care in humanitarian crises Trump Confirms CIA Chief Met with Kim Jong Un Taliban Assassinates Key Afghan Regional Security Official Trump Accuses Porn Star Stormy Daniels of Pulling 'Total Con Job' Rematch Likely in Indonesia's Next Presidential Election Cuban State Media: New president to be Elected Wednesday UN Security Team Comes Under Fire in Douma, Syria Germany's Merkel Sets Trip to Visit Trump for April 27 Israel at 70: Satisfaction and Grim Disquiet Share the Stage Simply the Best? UK Critics Praise Tina Turner Stage Musical Turkish President Surprised as Ally Calls for Early Vote Russia Admits to Blocking Millions of IP Addresses High School Students Learn What is Real or Fake News US High School Students Learn How to Spot Fake News Taiwan's Leader Visits Rare African Ally, Tiny Swaziland Libyan Navy Rescues 217 Migrants from Stranded Boats US Election Calendar Could Factor into N. Korea Talks A marine metaphor for pressures on journalism in the digital age RSF’s Turkey representative in a trial without end Syria: Justice Needed for 7 Years of Abuse Markle’s Choice: Will a Royal Tiara Grace the Big Day? 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Afghanistan Put Your Phone in Pill Mode China Confused About Trump Currency Manipulation Charges Myanmar's President Grants Amnesty to 8,500 Prisoners Robots Could Be Girls' Ticket to Future Chemical Weapons Experts Enter Douma for Inspections Tech Firms to Be Forced to Give Police Overseas Data Under EU Proposal Rape, Murder of Young Girl Sparks Riots in Pakistan US Senator Sanders Introducing Bill Targeting Opioid Manufacturers Wall Street Rises as Strong Netflix, Goldman Earnings Impress UNHCR: Somalis, Ethiopians Fleeing to Yemen Face Horrific Conditions In Syria's Raqqa, Corpses Still Lie in The Rubble US, Global Tech Firms Vow Not to Aid Governments in Cyberattacks Yemen's Houthis Vow to Step Up Missile Attacks on Saudi Arabia Russia's Drive to Replace Western Power Technology Hits Snag Ramaphosa Team to Seek $100B Investment for South Africa Nigerian Police, Shi'ite Muslim Protesters Clash for Second Day IMF: World Economy Expands Next 2 Years; Growth Fades After 2020 US Supreme Court Restricts Deportations of Immigrant Felons Taiwan Works to Keep Tiny Swaziland On Its Side Child Rape in India is 'a National Emergency', Says Nobel Laureate Stop 'Urban Improvement' Facade on My Visits, Orders Uzbek Leader 13 Sites in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America Receive UNESCO Global Geopark Label CPJ, RSF ask journalists to share information about border stops, device searches Kuwait: Senior military officers discuss proportionality rule in the law of armed conflict What Does It Take to Make Computer Science Attractive to Girls? 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South Africa Bids Farewell to Madikizela-Mandela Trump: US, Allied Strikes in Syria Bring Heated Response Syrian Government Claims Minimal Damage from Tripartite Attack Hawaii Board Delays Decision on Giant Telescope US, France and Britain Hit Syrian Chemical Facilities Trump: US, Allies Target Chemical Weapons US, Britain and France Launch Barrage Against Syrian Chemical Weapons Facilities Allies: Strikes to Deter Assad, Not Oust Philippines Investigating Facebook Over Data-Mining Chinese State Media Panned for Airing Forced Confessions Iraqi Yazidi Family Finds Refuge in Armenia Power Generator with Only One Moving Part Oscar-Winning Director Milos Forman Dies US Strikes in Syria Not Likely to Alter Conflict Pakistan Islamist Party Threatens More Protests Iran’s Minimum Wage Increase Scorned as Too Low Hawaii Board Delays Decision on Location for Giant Telescope Coalition Letter to ICE Deputy Director Homan Regarding the Detention of Pregnant Individuals Explosions Near Dummar, Syria U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis Briefs Reporters in Syria Strikes Explosions Near Maaraba, Syria US Holds Syria, Russia Accountable for Chemical Weapons Attack in Douma Myanmar Military on UN Sexual Violence Blacklist Trump: US, Allies Launch Strike Against Syria's Chemical Weapons President Trump Announces Strikes Against Syria Justice Department Further Presses 3 Sanctuary Jurisdictions Gaza Ministry: 1 Dead, Hundreds Injured as Violence Erupts Along Gaza-Israeli Border Justice Dept. Report: Fired FBI Deputy Director Misled Investigators Hindu Nationalist Lawmaker Held after Rape Allegation Top 5 Songs For Week Ending April 14 Rough Year in Science Policy Leads Researchers to March Again Iran Water Protest, April 13 Ryan Endorses McCarthy for House Speakership, NBC Says Conservative Women Join Iran Water Protests Zuckerberg's Compensation Jumps to $8.9M as Security Costs Soar Trinidad and Tobago: Court Overturns Same-Sex Intimacy Ban 47 Groups Urge UN Secretary-General to Act on Syria South Africa Mourns Winnie Mandela What Does Japan Expect from Talks with US Next Week? Africa's Richest Woman to Speak at Yale Student Event Trump Pardons Former Cheney Aide Libby Trump, Cohen Lawyers Fight to Shield Items Seized in FBI Raid Turkey to Mediate Between US, Russia on Syria Tensions What Does Japan Expect from Talks with US Next Week? Gaza Ministry: Hundreds Injured as Violence Erupts Along Gaza-Israeli Border Trump-Kim Summit Still Deemed 'Likely' by White House Nigerians See Little Progress in 4 Years Since Chibok Kidnapping Washington, Moscow Maneuver to Limit Syria Fallout US Presses Regional Bloc to Act on South Sudan Cease-fire Violations April 13, 2018 Ambassador Haley: Trump Not Yet Decided on Syria Response UK: Russia Spied on Skripal and Daughter for at Least 5 Years GOP Senator Says Trump Vows to Protect Marijuana Industry Justice Dept. Report Says Ex-FBI Deputy Director Misled Investigators RSF condemns the murder of Ecuadorean journalists by renegade Colombian rebels Telegram Loses Free Expression Battle to Russian Authorities Valuing Black Women’s and Infants’ Lives in the US More US College Students Choose Diversity Over Free Speech German Jewish Leader Slams Rap Song for Auschwitz Reference Trump Blasts Comey as 'Untruthful Slime Ball' Congress Discusses New Ways to Regulate Facebook Rough Year in Science Policy Brings Researchers Back to March New Invention Detects Cancer in Seconds Uganda May Accept 500 African Asylum-Seekers From Israel Syrian Stranded in Political Limbo at Malaysia Airport UN Raises Hundreds of Millions in DR Congo Aid Dollars Africa 54 Cameroon Investigates Illegal Ivory, Pangolin Scales Bound for China By blocking Telegram, Russia crosses another red line in online censorship Social networks disconnected again in Chad