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Turkmenistan: Report of Inquiry to German Cybersecurity Firm India: Dalit Rights Activists Detained Matti Friedman Water, Mud Block Rescue Attempt for 12 boys Inside Thai Cave Prince William Tours Roman Ruins in Jordan, Meets Refugees Media development is key for SDGs, says IPDC chair Albana Shala Experts debate global trends in freedom of expression and media development Journalism curricula welcomed at academic conference UNESCO initiative: revive the spirit of Mosul Opening of the World Heritage Committee in Manama (Bahrain) Key outcomes of the Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Programme 'Crazy' or in Love, Russia Dances to Latin World Cup Beat Location of Sunken Indonesian Ferry Identified Malaysian PM Shows Signs of a Bolder Stance on South China Sea North Korea Limits Family Reunions US Prosecutors Cancel Stormy Daniels Meeting in Cohen Probe Ready-to-use workshop on “War in Cities” BNSF: Estimated 230,000 Gallons of Oil Spilled in Iowa Derailment Police Force of Mexican Town Arrested on Murder Suspicion Iraq: Displaced Families Blocked from Returning Enterprising Iraqi Runs Mobile Coffee Shop to Make Ends Meet European Leaders Expect No Quick Solution on Migrants Kyrgyzstan: Activist Faces Extradition, Risk of Torture NATO May Be Close to Adding 30th Member Turkey Elections: Erdogan Declares Victory After Early Counts Predict Win Mattis Begins Trip to China as Tensions Rise Prolific, Painfully Candid Ex-Poet Laureate Donald Hall Dies EU Leaders Meet, But Fail to Agree on Migration Celebration, Defiance Mix at NYC Gay Pride Parade UK Euroskeptics Urge PM May to Prepare for 'No Deal' Brexit Nigeria Officials: 86 Killed in Herder-Farmer Clashes Trump Threatens New Tariffs on Trading Partners Zambia: Drop criminal charges against six activists over protest Kyrgyzstan: Activist Faces Extradition, Risk of Torture June 24, 2018 Reunions of Migrant Children With Parents Underway, Say US Officials Americans Hit the Road in Their Own 'Homes' Solidarity, Resolve After Blast Interrupts Rally For Unity in Ethiopia Singapore Revises Cost of Trump-Kim Summit Protests Continue Over Migrant Detentions, Despite Policy Change Italy Refuses to Help Migrants, Leaves Task to Libya Kushner: US to Unveil Middle East Peace Plan Soon Ethiopia: 30 People Arrested for Alleged Ties to Blast Turkey's Erdogan Claims Victory in Presidential Election Trump: Deport Illegal Immigrants Immediately, No Court Hearings Kushner: US Will Unveil Mideast Peace Plan Soon US High Court to Rule on Travel Ban, Other Cases Turkey's Erdogan at 58 pct with 30 pct of Votes Counted Accustomed to Police Raids, Italy's Gypsies Fear Vigilante Attacks Sikh Woman to Wear Turban as NY Auxiliary Police Officer Afghan-Based 'Terrorists' Attack Pakistani Border Fencers Egypt Extends State of Emergency for Another 3 Months Erdogan Faces Major Test As Turks Vote for President, Parliament US says It Knows Location of Migrant Children Separated from Parents Second Person Dies After Ethiopian Blast Calls for Tougher Action on Forced Marriage in Australia Millions of Poor Not Benefiting from Ghana's Booming Economy Israel Fires Missile at Drone Near Syria Frontier UK Minister Tells Companies to Stop Brexit Warnings US High Court Poised to Rule on Trump Travel Ban, Other Cases Singapore: Trump-Kim Summit Cost Just $12 mln, after Some Question Expenses Former Tennis Champion Becker Says Diplomatic Passport is Real Bloodless Test Detects Malaria With Light, Wins Prize Protests Continue Over Migrant Detentions, Despite Policy Change Protests Continue Over Migrant Detentions, Despite Policy Change Trump Advisor:Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan 'Almost Done' Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban on Women Drivers Turks Head to Polls in Crucial Test for Erdogan Trump Officials: We Know Where All the Children Are Iraq’s Maverick al-Sadr Moves Closer to Iran US: 522 Children Reunited with Parents Sikh Woman First to Wear Turban as NY Auxiliary Police Officer New Smithsonian Exhibit Examines Past and Present Pandemics Jehovah's Witnesses: Christians Without the Cross Swat Team Needed in Volgograd Where Insects Bug Fans & Players In Turkey, Voting Begins in Closely Fought Election US Quits Rights Body, Nikki Haley Wrongly Blames Rights Groups Margaret Knox South Carolina Congressional Candidate Injured Zimbabwe President Uninjured in Blast at Rally Newspaper: Kushner ‘Ready to Work’ With Abbas New Zealand Prime Minister Names Daughter Neve Te Aroha Racist Tropes in Ramadan TV Satires Anger Black Arabs More Die in Nicaragua as Unrest Continues Report: Russian Jets Strike Rebel-Held Syrian Town Macedonian Throng Protests Country's Name Change Saudi Women in Crosshairs of Change Trump Defends Border, North Korea Policies in Las Vegas Local Florida Officials Barred From Kids' Shelter Return of US Korean War Vets' Remains Draws Nearer Turkey's Presidential Rivals Make Final Campaign Push Iraqi PM Announces Coalition With Elections Winner Migrant Debate Splits EU; Mini-Summit Seeks Solutions Romanian President to Seek New Term, Backs Corruption Fight Argentina: Cocaine Seized in World Cup Trophy Replicas Sanders Says She Was Told to Leave Virginia Restaurant US Lawmakers Prepare for Vote Next Week on Immigration Bill Officials Share Info on Immigrant Kids in Their Areas Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa Says Explosion at Rally 'Cowardly Act' Pakistani Taliban Names Successor of Chief Killed in Drone Strike Trump Emphasizes Border Security as Immigration Debate Rages DOJ Gives Congress New Classified Documents on Russia Probe One Dead, Scores Injured at Ethiopian Rally Separation Stress May Permanently Damage Migrant Children Michigan Muslim American Candidate Eyes Historic Seat in Congress In South Texas, Living in the Shadow of Separated Families Separation Stress May Permanently Damage Migrant Children Michigan Muslim-American Candidate Eyes Historic Win for Congress On the Border, Living in the Shadow of Separated Families Malaysia's Former PM Najib Net Tightens Australia To Investigate Pervasive' Workplace Sexual Harassment Vatican Convicts Ex-diplomat of Child Porn Distribution Iraqi Military Says 45 IS Members Killed in Air Strike ‘A Few People’ Killed at Political Rally in Ethiopia UN Secretary-General ‘Gravely Concerned’ About Escalation in Syria AP Fact Check: Trump Off Mark on Immigrant Crime Remains From North Korea Likely to be Hard to Identify Former South Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong-pil Dies Thousands of Venezuelan Families Continue to Flee Their Country Human Rights Watch Submission to the government and parliament of the Republic of Serbia Civil society call to tackle abuses, conflict, and lack of transparency in diamond supply chain OAS: Condemn Egregious Abuses in Nicaragua For Saudi Women, Freedom to Drive Masks New Crackdown How To Make A North Korea Deal Work Court Case Alleges Children in US Custody Were Drugged Border Patrol Seizes Heroin at New Mexico Checkpoint Judge OKs Small Number of Privileged Items in Cohen Case Trump Declares N. Korea Still Poses ‘Extraordinary Threat’ Detained Parents ‘Desperate’ to Know Where Children Are US, South Korea Indefinitely Suspend Military Drills Indonesia Issues Death Penalty to Cleric for IS Ties Algorithms Aid Tracking of Migrating Songbirds in Arctic Differences Between Obama, Trump Border-Apprehension Policies US, Russia Energy Officials to Meet, Discuss Natural Gas US Judge Could Rule Next Week on Child-Parent Reunions Mexican Airline Offers Free Flights to Reunite Families Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban on Women Drivers Sunday Court Case Alleges Children in US Custody Were Drugged Octogenarian Ex-New England Mob Boss Convicted in '93 Slaying Yemen's Houthis Indicate Willingness to Hand Over Hodeida to UN Ethiopia's Government Removes Internet Restrictions on 246 News Sites (Im)migration News Recap, June 17-23 Nikki Haley Attacks UN Report on US Poverty Trump Vows to End Immigration Crisis 'Once and for All' Italy Says Malta Not Taking in Migrant Ship Is ‘Inhumane’ Navy Could Build Detention Centers for Illegal Migrants at Military Bases French Divided Over Bataclan Performances by Rapper Medine Nicaragua: Government’s shameful denial of human rights violations is part of its strategy of repression EU Should Stand Up for Vietnam’s People Czech Government Supports Marriage Equality Bill Radical Indonesian Cleric Gets Death Sentence for 2016 Terror Attacks Joining Backlog of Asylum Seekers on Texas Border Africa 54 Lawmakers, Human Rights Groups React to Trump's Executive Order Battle for Hodeida, Yemen Puts Thousands of Civilians at Grave Risk Trump Threatens 20 Percent Tariff on EU Cars American Photographer Documents 44 Days with Endangered Tribe June 22, 2018 Absent in Texas Court: Immigrant Parents Images from Michael Benanav's journey with the Van Gujjars of Northern India. No Drugs, No Alcohol in US Celebrity Chef Bourdain's Body When He Died: Prosecutor Police: Backup Driver in Fatal Uber Crash Was Distracted Insurgents Kill 20 Afghan Forces, Abduct 33 Construction Workers No Deal Between Kiir, Machar in Addis Ababa Philippine School Kids May Face Mandatory Drug Tests Supreme Court Cell Phone Decision Is a Victory for Reality Inclusion and empowerment of persons with disabilities – imperative for building sustainable and resilient societies Europe to Impose New Tariffs on US Goods Q&A: Sam Smith on Touring, Therapy, Smoking and Lip Syncing OPEC Agrees to Increase Oil Output 1 Million Barrels a Day Rights Group Warns Blocking Aid in Yemen Endangers Millions Supreme Court Hands Victory to Privacy Advocates German Chancellor: Sunday's Migration Meeting a 'First Exchange' UN: Venezuela's Basic Human Rights Being 'Chiseled Away' Kentucky Governor Downplays Effect of EU Tariffs on Bourbon India Joins Countries Announcing Retaliatory Tariffs on US Products Paul McCartney Drives Down Memory Lane for 'Carpool Karaoke' Putin May Meet With US Security Adviser Bolton Next Week, TASS Reports Activists: Syrian Government Steps Up Offensive in Southwest How Asylum Seekers Are Processed on US-Mexico Border Turkish media in full battle order for Erdoğan reelection Italian minister threatens to remove “Gomorra” author’s police protection With World Cup Nearby, Ukraine Conflict Sees Spike in Violence Mother, Son Reunited After Separation at US Border Ukraine Conflict Sees Spike in Violence UNESCO’s internet indicators should assess practical realities – academics Leveraging the power of partnerships to support freedom of expression in Somalia Turkey Detains 14 IS Suspects Before Elections Charity Workers Kidnapped, Gang Raped in India AP FACT CHECK: Trump Falsely Claims Progress on North Korea Changing Times for Malaysia's Long-Muzzled Media? Analysts: Don’t Rush North Korea Denuclearization Beyond the Barbed-Wire Fence First Lady Visits Detention Center; Outrage Over Treatment of Immigrants Remains Immigration Bill Faces Uncertain Fate on Capitol Hill Trump's Immigration Actions Could Shape Midterm Election Trump’s Immigration Actions Could Shape Midterm Election Fighting Prejudice by Checking Out People In Europe, a Push to Fight Discrimination Through Living Libraries Hungary Tries to Stop Asylum Seekers With New Law Lawmakers Ask for Inquiry Into Zinke Land Deal Third United Nations conference to review progress made in the implementation of the programme of action to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects Strengthening coordination of UN humanitarian and disaster relief assistance: ICRC statement to the United Nations, ECOSOC HAS General Debate Submission to the CERD review of China Trump Needs More Than ‘Quiet Diplomacy’ in Egypt Video: New Law in Hungary Makes Helping Migrants a Crime Pakistan Adopts Rules to Fight Terrorism Financing The Portuguese MAB National Committee met at the Transboundary Biosphere Reserve of Gerês-Xurês to discuss best practices FBI Study: Most Mass Shooters Are Not Mentally Ill UK Finance Leaders: Openness Key to Prosperous Future Philippines, Muslim Rebel Group Close to Landmark Power-Sharing Deal Iran Gets Mixed Reviews for Letting Women Attend World Cup Telecast Pakistan Adopts Counterterror Financing Regulations Koko, Who Learned Sign Language, Love Cats, Dies at 46 Governor Orders Inquiry of Abuse Claims by Immigrant Children Haley’s hostility towards human rights organizations a sad moment for US UN: 40M in US Live in Poverty Overweight? Depressed? It May Be Your Microbes Trump Scraps Obama Policy on Protecting Oceans, Great Lakes A History of the Flores Settlement 1 More American Confirmed Hurt by Mystery 'Attack' in Cuba Pentagon Confirms It Will House Up to 20,000 Migrant Children Brother: Iranian Kurdish Dissident Has ‘Hours’ Before Execution Conservative Columnist Charles Krauthammer Dies Kremlin Confirms Bolton Headed to Moscow to Discuss Summit At Mexico Border, US Mayors Say Humanitarian Crisis Persists Ancient Greek Sounds Transfix Audience in Athens For Once, Mogadishu Can Watch World Cup With Little Fear Lackluster Erdogan Campaign Faces Rejuvenated Opposition in Turkey Trump: Government Will Reunite Separated Immigrant Families For Fans from Tiny Iceland, Team Is Family, Often Literally Stop Prosecuting Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia, Kremlin Advisers Say UN: 40M in US Live in Poverty, 18M in Extreme Poverty Study: Leptospirosis Spread by Cattle, Not Just Rats Kenya Takes Steps to Recognize Intersex People Turkey Joins Nations Placing New Tariffs on US Products Nicaragua: Violence and state repression intensify despite numerous efforts at dialogue Gambia National Police Chief Resigns After Protest Shootings UN: US Withdrawal from Human Rights Council Uncharted Territory UN Rights Experts Urge Egypt to Free Couple Unlawfully Detained Serena Williams: Young Boys Need Domestic Abuse Education Africa 54 For Tanzanian Farmers, Grain Harvest Is in the Bag Suspect Arrested in Rapper XXXTentacion's Shooting Death Melania Trump Visits Migrant Children at Texas Detention Center Pakistan Confirms US Drone Killed Key Militant Leader Taliban Members' Selfies With Afghan Soldiers Get Mixed Reaction Report: Putin, Ukraine's Poroshenko Speak by Phone India, Top Buyer of US Almonds, Hits Back With Higher Duties Cameroon Launches Emergency Fund for Victims of Separatist Conflict Where's the Beef Potential Manafort Jurors Could Be Asked About IRS, Ukraine US Appeals Court Says DC Sniper Must Be Resentenced Trump's Mideast Team Arrives in Egypt June 21, 2018 Trump: N.Korea Blowing Up Test Sites, ‘Total Denuclearization ... Has Already Started’ World’s first International Centre for Humanitarian Forensics launched in India Photojournalism: Véronique de Viguerie wins ICRC’s 2018 Humanitarian Visa d’Or for Yemen report Iraq: Change Approach to Foreign Women, Children in ISIS-Linked Trials American Medical Association Passes New LGBT Policies Trump’s Order Changes One Harmful Approach for Another Innovative environmental education in school in Chilean Biosphere Reserve BBC Radio Scotland: Hillel Neuer on pathologies of the UN Human Rights Council Is the UN upholding its founding mission? Scientists: Nations Must Slow Plastic Buildup Caused by China's Ban Israeli PM's Wife Charged With Fraud, Breach of Trust StoryCorps: The Road Home Trump: House Immigration Bill Could Stall, Blames Democrats US, Russia Locked in Battle Over Human Rights Narratives Intel CEO Resigns After Probe Into Relationship With Employee In Geneva, Pope Seeks Greater Christian Unity Mosul Woman Searching for Son Kidnapped by IS Park Service Gives Initial OK to 'Unite the Right' Rally Trump to Meet Jordan's King Abdullah at White House June 25 Uganda Scrambles to Stop Assassinations White House to Propose Education, Labor Department Merger, Reports Say If Trump Won't Act on Egypt's Repression, Congress Needs to Keep Up the Pressure UN Human Rights Council Should Act on Venezuela US: Criminal Justice System Fuels Poverty Cycle Fantasy-Drama 'Nathan's Kingdom' Explores World of Autism Japan Cancels Missile Evacuation Drills Fantasy-drama ‘Nathan’s Kingdom’ Explores World of Autism Lawyers, Human Rights Groups React to Trump's Immigration Executive Order Lawmakers, Human Rights Groups React to Trump's Executive Order Hopes of Decriminalizing Sex Work in South Africa It’s a Girl: New Zealand Prime Minister Delivers Her First Child World Giraffe Day Brings Attention to Their Declining Numbers Bolton to Visit Moscow, Plan Possible Trump-Putin Meeting Report Identifies Test Site Kim Vowed to Destroy US Team Tours Mideast, Gains Sense of Obstacles to Peace Focus on Congress After Trump Ends Migrant Family Separation Gambian police beat journalist returned from exile Will filming Israeli soldiers soon be punishable by 10 years in prison? Brunei: Senior military officers enhance practical knowledge of IHL Live Animals, Meat, Ivory, Wood Seized in Trafficking Stings Face Scans for International Travelers at Florida Airport Fukushima Residents See Hope, Pain in Nuclear Tourism China: ‘Capricious’ Trade Tactics Will Hurt US Workers Trump Reverses Migrant Separation Policy US Under Fire for Abandoning UN Human Rights Council Lawmakers Grill Commerce Secretary Over Escalating Trade Battles Ohio Restaurant Owner Gives Ex-Cons a Second Chance EU-China Summit: a collective of 23 NGOs, including RSF, call on EU leaders to place human rights at the core of discussion Poland’s Supreme Court Stands Up for LGBT Equality Young Humanitarian Writers Competition 2018 launched Thailand: Resuming Death Penalty a Major Setback Letter on Indonesia’s New Counterterrorism Law West Africa: Helping to Bring Perpetrators to Justice at Home Human Rights Watch Letter to Minister Ahmed D. Hussen Turkey:Human Rights Work on Trial Dan Baum European People's Party faces moment of truth over Hungary Video: Poor Medical Care Linked to Deaths in US Immigration Detention Code Red Marawi: Livelihood support reaches 5,000 displaced people Carrying memories, building new lives US: Child Detention Tent City Image Illustrates Crisis Signature of a Framework Cooperation Agreement between UNESCO and Equatorial Guinea Lawmakers, Human Rights Groups React to Trump's Executive Order Turkey: Human Rights Work on Trial Iraq: Change Approach to Foreign Women, Children in ISIS-Linked Trials Ukraine: Conflict-affected children had a ball with football star Gaizka Mendieta Syria Moves Troops Ahead of New Offensive Iran Confirms 1 Victim in Alleged Gang Rapes in Southeast Immigrant Families Could End Up at Military Facilities No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization Trump’s Immigration Executive Order Explained Australian Senate Approves $106B in Income Tax Cuts May Wins Passage of Brexit Withdrawal Bill Indonesia: New Counterterrorism Law Imperils Rights 3 US Airlines Balked at Assisting Government in Migrant Relocations Trump Trade Strategy Savaged on Capitol Hill New Credit Rating Speaks of Vietnam's Complicated Makeover Instagram Announces Video Expansion US Cardinal Removed from Ministry Over Abuse Finding US Departure From UN Rights Council Leaves Vacuum South Sudan Rivals Meet Face-to-Face in Ethiopia US Man Pleads Guilty of Trying to Aid IS Syria Moves Troops Ahead of New Offensive Trump’s Departure From the Human Rights Council Will Only Weaken America Will Australia Provide Justice for Afghanistan War Crimes? Amnesty International Calls for Rohingya Aid on World Refugee Day Humanitarian Crisis Feared as Saudi-Led Alliance Seizes Yemen's Hodeida Airport Straight Talk Africa June 20, 2018 Poll: Voters Give Trump Mixed Grades on Foreign, Domestic Issues Canada to Legalize Marijuana October 17 New Zealand Leader Ardern in Hospital for Birth John Bolton: Why the U.S. left the UN Human Rights Council Japan’s School Uniform Shift Will Help LGBT Students US: Child Detention Tent City Image Illustrates Crisis Canada: Shelter Torture Survivor Who Helped Snowden Schools in over 30 countries to trial ocean literacy manual EU Countries to Address Migration Crisis in Brussels Eritrea’s President Promises to Send Delegation to Ethiopia Trump to Sign Order to End Migrant Family Separation on US Border British PM May Denounces Child Migrants in Cages as 'Deeply Disturbing' Border Policy - Then and Now White Nationalist Leader Released From Kentucky Jail Amazon, Buffett, JPMorgan Pick Gawande to Lead Health Firm Africa 54 Eva Longoria Gives Birth to First Child, a Son Kate Spade Foundation to Donate $1M for Suicide Prevention Turkey Getting F-35 Jets, Despite Congressional Objections European Business Lobby Presses China to Stop Dragging Feet on Reform UN Official Hopes Zimbabwe Election 'Truly Reflects" Will of People Palestinian Rockets, Israeli Airstrikes Heat Up Gaza Border Many Native Americans, Citing History, Angry Over Trump Immigration Policy Indonesia Hopes to Flex Diplomatic Muscle With Security Council Seat Britain Ends Royal 'Boycott' of Israel McCaskill's Husband Invested $1 Million in Offshore Hedge Fund New Taliban threat against Afghan media Finland : Pro-Kremlin activists on trial in Finland for harassing reporter Reporter almost killed in knife attack in northeastern India Will Australia Provide Justice for Afghanistan War Crimes? Ukraine: conflict-affected children play football with star As World Cup Fever Spreads, Africa Unites US Separating Increasing Number of Children from Parents at Border US Embassy Rolls Out Mobile Library for Ugandan Schools Winners & Losers in Family Separation Trauma Al-Shabab Militant Group Getting Lucky, Not Stronger in Somalia Activists: Russia Using World Cup to Gloss Over Human Rights Crackdown Border Crossings: Lee Roy Parnell Afghanistan : New Taliban threat against Afghan media Finland : Pro-Kremlin trolls on trial in Finland for harassing reporter UNESCO ICT in Education Prize call for nominations opens ICRC-IOM joint tender for solar lamps Spread of Street Protests Bares Deep-Seated Anger in Vietnam South Korea Backs Ending US Military Exercises Nearly 180 Passengers Still Missing in Indonesia Ferry Sinking South Sudan Rivals to Meet in Ethiopia Major Post-Ceasefire Taliban Attack Kills 30 Afghan Soldiers From Texas Border, a Close Up View of Migrant Family Separation N. Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Ends Two-Day Trip to China Refugee Crisis Reaches Record levels US to Continue Human Rights Efforts Outside the United Nations Challenger Takes Campaign to Erdogan's Backyard in Bid to Win Religious Voters US Embassy Rolls Out Mobile Library for Ugandan Schools Trump Rallies Republicans for Hill Immigration Vote Silicon Valley-Style Coding Boot Camp Seeks to Reset Japan Inc. Gambia: Fully Investigate Anti-Mining Protesters’ Deaths US Embassy Staff Sacked Over Child Pornography Protest Saudi Arabia: Unrelenting Crackdown on Activists US: Poor Medical Care, Deaths, in Immigrant Detention Gambia: Fully Probe Anti-Mining Protesters’ Deaths Don't Let Trump Separate Families UK Should Reject Extraditing Julian Assange to US Joint Statement by Human Rights and Civil Liberties Groups States should act to end violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation & gender identity Human Rights Council should act to address rights crises - including Venezuela, Kashmir, Philippines and Cambodia Who Benefits from the Diamond Summit in Antwerp? Joint Statement by Human Rights and Civil Liberties Groups ICRC: Study shows more the conflicts, greater the danger for people Counterterrorism, IHL and Humanitarian Action Nigeria: Lecturers discuss research and study of international humanitarian law ICRC: Study shows more conflicts, more sides in conflict equal greater danger US Concerned by Iran’s Reported Arrest of Dervish Man’s Lawyer Press Climate Shifting in Malaysia Russian Fans Celebrate Once-maligned Team as Heroes Hiding from Traffickers in 'Prison-Like' Tents, Rohingya Girls Dream of School An Opportunity for Ukraine to Endorse the Safe Schools Declaration FBI Agent at Center of Clinton Email Probe Controversy Escorted from Building As DRC Grapples with Ebola, Guinea Keeps Up Its Guard China Calls Trump Threat of More Tariffs ‘Blackmail’ Across Asia's Borders, Trafficking Survivors Dial in for Justice White House Deputy Chief of Staff to Leave in July Cities Face Dramatic Rise in Heat, Flood Risks by 2050, Researchers Say Facts About World Refugee Day US Governors Pull National Guard Over Immigration Policy US Prepares for Return of War Dead Remains from North Korea Youngest Migrants Held in 'Tender Age' US Shelters Explainer: Hurdles Facing Parents, Children Separated at US Border Violence Flares Up in Nicaragua After Suspension of Peace Talks Motorists in Crime-ridden Caracas Seek Safety Through 'Buddy' App Recycling Rubbish into Revenue, Plan Brings Hope to Women in Jordan Afghan Peace Convoy Seeks Immediate Talks Between Warring Sides US Senate Backers of ZTE Measure Ready to Battle Trump Nick Hague Dreamed of the Stars as a Boy, Now He's Heading to Space Congressional Action Urged to Halt Family Separations at US Border Egyptians Angered by New Austerity After Eid Feast US-led Coalition Says Kills Islamic State Oil and Gas Head in Syria Afghan Officials Hold Security Talks With Pakistan Spy Chief Official: US Defending Itself Against China's Economic Aggression US-Mexico Border, Then and Now US Patent and Trademark Office Issues 10-Millionth Patent Merkel to Trump: Falling German Crime Stats 'Speak for Themselves' Kenya Seeks to Boost Girls' Education by Providing Free Sanitary Products Dreaming of Farming Empire, Kazakhs Seek Management Tips from Genghis Khan Mexico Calls Migrant Children Separation Practice 'Inhumane' CBS to Expand 'Star Trek' With Five-Year Deal for New TV Shows IMF Chief: Ukraine Anti-corruption Court Law Needs Amending IBM Computer Proves Formidable Against 2 Human Debaters Venezuela Constituent Assembly Elects Cabello as Its New Leader Trump's Tariffs: What They Are and How They Would Work Scan on Exit: Can Blockchain Save Moldova's Children from Traffickers? UN: US Retreat from Rights Body Self-Defeating Indonesia Shuts Out UN Rights Chief From Papua New Global Health Guidelines a Victory for Transgender People Safeguard Chemical Weapons Treaty Philippine Supreme Court Considers Same-Sex Marriage Twin Brothers Reunited 74 Years After WWII Death at Normandy UNICEF Deplores US Policy of Child-Family Separation OPEC Oil Ministers Gather to Discuss Production Increase UN chief: Record Number of Countries Involved in Violent Conflicts EU Court Orders French Far-Right Leader to Repay $346,000 Coronation Plans Threaten Thailand's Election Schedule Pakistani Authorities Bar Musharraf From July Polls Bangladesh Opposition Leader Zia Critically Ill, Aide Says Australia to Introduce Tougher English Language Tests for Migrants Cameroon Separatist Clashes Shut Down Schools Six-String Doctor Italian Interior Minister Plans to Expel Non-Citizen Ethnic Roma Russia to Slam Retaliatory Tariffs on US Imports Shaka: Extra Time Africa 54 Is Zimbabwe Heading for More Disputed Elections? Children Separated from Parents Sob in Anguish at US Border Russia: Injured Sochi blogger’s detention extended yet again Boycott by Palestinian journalists over use of force Director-General urges investigation into murder of newspaper editor Shujaat Bukhari in India Safe and ethical cyberspace in the focus of a world conference co-organized by IFAP North Korea’s Kim Makes Official Trip to China Russia’s Record-Breaking $15 Billion World Cup Price Tag: What Does It Buy? Russia's Record-Breaking $15 Billion World Cup Price Tag: What Does It Buy? Ultra-Secure Lab in Gabon Equipped for Ebola Studies American Arrested in Vietnam 'Regrets' Breaking Law Explainer: US-Mexico Border Policy - Then and Now Malawi Hosts Day of Africa Child Commemoration An 'American at Heart' Becomes a Citizen An 'American at Heart' Becomes a US Citizen Condemnation of Trump Migrant Children Policy Mounts in Europe UN: Record 68 Million People Worldwide Displaced in 2017 Alarming details about election-related violence against journalists in Mexico Kim Jong Un Visiting China, Expected to Discuss His Nukes Amid Outcry, Trump Doubles Down on 'Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Enforcement Thailand Executes First Prisoner Since 2009 Suspect in Paris Attacks Released Under Judicial Supervision Merkel Says Climate Change is a Fact, Laments US Stance Chart-topping Rapper XXXTentacion Shot Dead at 20 ICRC: More conflicts, more sides in a conflict equal greater danger: study