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The Coal Mine Next Door Interview: The Scourge of Mountain Top Mining in West Virginia The Coal Mine Next Door: The Deregulation of Mountaintop Removal Human Rights in 2018: Ten Issues That Made Headlines 'Angels' Bring Sleuthing Skills to California Disaster Top House Democrats Raise Prospect of Impeachment, Jail for Trump Macron Addresses France amid Protests; Is It Too Late? Belgian Experts Seek E-Waste Gold in Climate Curb NASA's Voyager 2 Becomes 2nd Craft in Interstellar Space China Pressures US, Canada Ahead of Huawei Hearing Britain's May Postpones Crucial Brexit Vote Artificial Dyes Fading, But Food Will Still Get Color Boosts Africa 54 Saudi Refusal to Extradite Khashoggi's Killers Vexes Turkey Trump Downplays Payments to Women Who Alleged Affairs With Him Editorial Cartoons Pack Powerful Messages Stocks Slip on China-US Tensions; Oil Resumes Slide GM Fights US Government to Retain Tax Credit for Electric Cars UN Syria Envoy: Work Ongoing for Constitutional Committee The Power of Political Cartoons Musk Suggests Tesla's New Chairwoman Won't Rein Him in Stop the killing of human rights defenders! More Than 150 Nations Adopt UN Migration Pact Wintry Storm Ices Roads Across Much of US Southeast Trump Looking at Several Candidates for Chief of Staff EU Renews Congo Sanctions Ahead of Presidential Election ECJ: Britain Can Stop Withdrawal Process From EU Moldova Election Campaign Starts, Some Fear Russia Influence Iraq Marks Anniversary of Victory Over Islamic State 'Fearless Girl' Statue Gets New Permanent Home Civil Society Organisations Call for national debate on UN Committee recommendations to South African Government on social and economic transformation Kenyan Advocacy Group Works to Counter Stigma and Superstitions About Albinos Armenian Reformist Leader Wins by Landslide in Early Parliamentary Elections Nissan Motor and its Former Chairman Indicted Why One Philippine Island Can’t Get Enough of Martial Law Japanese Economy Experiences the Worst Downturn in Four Years Huawei Executive Due in Canadian Court For Bail Hearing Maduro’s Party Wins Venezuela's Local Elections Trump's Expected Pick for Chief of Staff Declines the Job Huge Winter Storm Hits US South US, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Have not Endorsed a Key Study on Global Warming As Climate Talks Stutter, Africa Suffers The Impact Of A Warming World Amnesty Calls on ICC to Fully Probe Boko Haram Conflict Atrocities One House, Many Voices: Art Depicting the Best of US As Climate Talks Stutter, Africa Suffers The Impact Of A Warming World British Protesters Demand Vote On Brexit Deal One House, Many Voices: Art Depicting the Best of US Thousands Dressed as Santa Race in Madrid Raising Money for Cancer Care United States: Deregulating Mountaintop Removal Threatens Drinking Water and Public Health Indonesia: Papuan Militants Kill 17 Report: North Korea’s Kim Unlikely to Visit Seoul This Year Official: Trump Backs $750 Billion Defense Budget Request to Congress Saudi FM Rules Out Extraditing Suspects in Khashoggi Case Yemen Rebel Leader Seeks Torture Probe Human rights: Back to the Future In Marrakech, UN chief urges world leaders to ‘breathe life’ into historic global migration pact Giving North Korea Abuses a Free Pass France's Macron to Address Nation in Wake of Violent Protests UK Nerve Agent Survivor Fears Poison Will Soon Kill Him Washington Takes in Latest Russia Probe Revelations Washington Takes in Latest Russia Probe Revelations West Bank Drive-By Shooting Injures 7 Huge Winter Storm Clobbers Southern US States A Tribute to Ludmila Mikhailovna Alexeeva Qatar Emir Skips Saudi-hosted Summit with Gulf Rivals Paris: US Must Not Interfere in French Politics Yemen Warring Parties Hold First Direct Meeting of Sweden Peace Talks China Summons US Envoy to Protest Tech Executive's Arrest in Canada US Airstrike Outside Somalia's Capital Kills 4 al-Shabab December 9, 2018 Congo's Kabila Doesn't Rule out Seeking Presidency in Future Tens of Thousands Gather in Delhi in Push for Ram Temple UK's May: 'Uncharted Waters' If Lawmakers Reject Brexit Deal France: US Must Not Interfere in French Politics Vice President: Gabon's Bongo Suffered A Stroke Key House Lawmaker: Trump Impeachment Hearings Possible Indian Troops Kill 3 Rebels in 18-Hour-Long Kashmir Fighting Paris Cleans Up After Latest Riot; Nearly 1,800 Arrested At Scene of South Sudan Mass Rape, ‘No One Could Hear Me’ Arrest in Murder Detailed in Australian True-Crime Podcast Series In Gaza Protests, Israeli Troops Aim for the Legs Hunger, Lice, Filth: Moroccan Camp Shows Migrant Challenges More Than Half the World’s Population is Using the Internet Afghan Football Chief Suspended over Allegations of Sexual Abuse Armenia Holds Snap Election for Parliament Transgender Boxer Wins First Professional Fight Bilby Back in Australian Wild for the First Time in a Century World Marks Anti-Corruption Day Female Veterans Quietly Struggle With Sexual Harassment, Suicide ‘Scream of Rage’: Peruvians Vote on Corruption Curbs Paris Cleans Up After Latest Yellow Vest Riot Girls’ Deaths Alert Cambodia to Human Cost of Economic Migration UN Agency Hopes to Revive Zimbabwe's Agriculture Sector California Scientists Developing Drones That Can Learn Female Entrepreneurs Use Internet to Build Herbal Product Businesses Emission-Cutting Deal Pushes Change in the Shipping Industry Clashes, Hundreds Detained in France in Latest 'Yellow Vest' Protests US to Close Idaho Nuclear Waste Processing Project Mass Graves Highlight Challenges in Post-IS Raqqa Thousands Protest Serbian President’s Autocratic Rule Protesters March as UN Climate Talks Hit Fossil Fuel Snag IOC Eases Off Support for Electronic Gaming as Olympic Event China to Canada: Free Huawei CFO or Face Consequences Family of Afghan Boy of 'Messi' Fame Lives in Fear Malaysia Muslims Rally to Keep Privileges Mexico’s President Blasts Court on Salary Ruling Comey Transcript: Russia Investigation Initially Looked at 4 Americans Russian Rights Activist Alexeyeva Dies at 91 Turkey Seeks Arrests Over 2013 Protests Trump Announces Departure of Chief of Staff Kelly US, Western Diplomats See Political Motive Behind OPEC Oil Cut Haunted by Colonial Past, Belgium's Africa Museum Reopens After Revamp French Arrest Hundreds in Paris 'Yellow Vest' Protests White House Shake-up Continues Clashes, Hundreds Detained in France Amid New 'Yellow Vest' Protests Trump Confirms He'll Nominate Army General Milley as Next Top Military Adviser Battle of Wills: Tiny Order of French Nuns Takes on Vatican About 20 Million Yemeni Citizens Are 'Food Insecure,' Report Says Space Station Astronauts Get Holiday Treats Delivered After Delay Clashes and Hundreds Detained in France Amid New "Yellow Vest' Protests Saturday Trump Says Chief of Staff John Kelly to Leave at Year's End French Police Fire Tear Gas, Arrest Hundreds in Paris 'Yellow Vest' Demonstrations Migrant Deaths Will Rise as Rescue Mission Ends in Mediterranean Sea IMF Approves $3.7 Billion Loan for Oil-rich Angola Official: Roadside Bomb kills 3 Civilians in Afghanistan Activists Gather for Climate March in Poland In White House Shake-up, Kelly's Departure Now Seems Certain Trump Picks Gen. Mark Milley as Next Top Military Adviser 6 Dead, Nearly 60 Hurt in Italian Night Club Stampede Clashes Reported in France’s 4th Week of Violent Protests Australia Passes World’s First Encryption-Busting Law US Appeals Court Won’t Allow Trump Asylum Ban Trump: ‘Go for it Mitch!’ on Sentencing Bill 70 years on, landmark UN human rights document as important as ever 6 Dead, More Than 50 Hurt in Italian Night Club Stampede Kenya Has Lost 40 Percent of its Giraffe Population in 30 years US Agency Seeks to Curb E-Cigarette 'Epidemic' Among Teens Hungry Venezuelans Pick Through Garbage for Food Woman Bodybuilder in Malawi Gains Fame, Dashes Stereotypes Woman Bodybuilder in Malawi Gains Fame, Dispels Stereotypes Prosecutors Expose Trump Hush Money Payments, Russian Contacts Lowest-Wage Arkansans Will See More Money in 2019 France Braces for 4th Week of Violent Protests China Exports, Imports Weaken Ahead of US Talks Stranded Sailor in Round-the-World Race is Rescued Officials: At Least 6 Dead in Italian Night Club Stampede Myanmar: Quash Conviction of Kachin Activists Human Rights Watch Statement for the General Debate of the International Criminal Court’s Seventeenth Assembly of States Parties Russia: Adult Prospects Dim for Youth with Disabilities Senegalese Students Open Up the Conversation About Sexual Abuses You Should Be Worrying about the Woman Shortage Can Algorithms Save Us from Human Error? A Military Career Marked by ’False Positives’ The Poor Memory of Colombia’s Ex-Army Chief Director-General highlights contribution of culture to reconciliation during visit to Cambodia 7 questions for the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education Rome Opera Hires Gatti, Who Lost Job Over #metoo Allegations Study: Terrorism Deaths Declining Globally Fighter Pilot Who Died in Crash Off Japan Is Identified Chinese Tech Executive Faces US Fraud Charges US: Trump Lawyer Met Russian Offering 'Political Synergy' Trump's Justice Department Pick Has Criticized Special Counsel Probes Stocks Drop 4 Percent in Rocky Week on Trade, Growth Worries China Launches Pioneering Mission to Far Side of Moon Pope Unlikely to Visit North Korea Next Year, Vatican Says US, China Look to Limit Impact of Tech Head's Arrest Cambodia: Repeal of Abusive Associations Rule Poland Denies Entry to Environmental Activists to Attend Climate Talks US Seen Unlikely to Change Course at UN Under Nauert Yemen Negotiations Face Numerous Stumbling Blocks on Day Two of Talks Young Afghan Messi Fan Threatened by Criminals, Taliban Chinese Tech Executive Appears in Canadian Court Former Armenian President Arrested for Deadly Crackdown Trump Blasts Tillerson After Former Secretary of State Discloses Tensions Behind Scenes Australia Anti-Encryption Law Rushed to Passage US Prosecutors: Trump's Ex-Lawyer Deserves Prison Despite Cooperation Top Democrat: Moscow Has Closed Cyber Gap With US US Accuses Russia, Syria of Fabricating Story of Chemical Weapons Use Man Who Drove Into Virginia Crowd Convicted of Murder New NASA Lander Captures 1st Sounds of Martian Wind Mueller: Ex-Trump Campaign Chair Manafort Lied to Investigators Many US-Bound Caravan Migrants Disperse as Asylum Process Stalls Family Planning Scholar Arrested on Vague Accusations in Tehran Human Rights Day What? Me, Cheat? US Locks in Duties on Chinese Aluminum Sheet Imports Ally of German Chancellor Merkel Elected to Succeed Her as Party Leader Drake, Lamar Lead but Women Shine Through in Grammy Nods Yemen's Houthis Reject Government Proposals Over Sanaa Airport in Peace Talks UNAIDS Found in 'Crisis' After Sex Harassment Claims US Aircraft Carrier Arrives in Middle East Trump Announces Nominees for UN, Attorney General December 7, 2018 Malawi NGOs Protest Amended NGO Bill Major Oil-producing Countries Agree to Cut Output WFP: More Funding, Access to Needy Are Critical in Yemen Senators Demand Answers From Facebook About Alleged Bride Auction Turkey's Stance on Khashoggi Killing Contrasts With Criticism Over Media Rights (Im)migration News Recap, Dec. 2-8 Report: Milley Seen as Next Joint Chiefs Chairman Hamas unscathed, Israel censured, in UN votes UNESCO launches its global comprehensive sexuality education campaign Director-General condemns assassination of journalist Jesús Alejandro Márquez Jiménez, in Mexico New Zealand Minister Says Greenhouse Emissions to Rise Final Salutes for Bush in DC, Texas US Hiring Slowed to 155K Jobs, Jobless Rate Unchanged VOA OurVoices: China in Africa Trump Names State Department's Spokesperson Nauert as UN Ambassador Trump to Nominate William Barr as Attorney General France Braces for Act 4 of Yellow Vest Protests 6 Years After Her Imprisonment in Eritrea, US Citizen’s Family Demands Answers Africa 54 Cameroon Creates Disarmament Committee Amid Skepticism Survivors Gather at Pearl Harbor for Attack Remembrance France Braces for Act 4 of 'Yellow Vest' Protests WHO: Traffic Crashes Are Leading Killer of Children Technology Companies Lead Slide in US Markets; Oil Rising Somali Journalist Critically Hurt in Car Bombing Young radio professionals open Radio MIG in Marrakech After long jail term, Moroccan journalist hit by heavy damages award Polish authorities stepping up harassment of independent media University of Missouri Works to Make a Better MRI Bread Shortage Feared in Zimbabwe as Wheat Mills Shut Down University of Missouri Works to Make a Better MRI Airstrike, Taliban Raid Kill More Than 21 Afghan Security Forces German Chancellor Stepping Down as CDU Leader Rebels Demand Indonesia Negotiate on Papua Independence Digital trails could endanger people receiving humanitarian aid, ICRC and Privacy International find Trump Blames Russia Probe for Weak Poll Ratings Attacks Continue as Iraq Marks One Year Since Islamic State Defeat UN Envoy: Success of Yemen Talks Depends on Warring Sides Attacks Continue as Iraq Marks One Year Since Islamic State Victory Families of Detained Ukrainian Sailors Search for Answers Ebola Survivors in Eastern DRC Describe Uphill Battle President Bush's Statesman Legacy Complicated by Divisive Politics James Comey to Testify Before House Committee Texas Bids President George H.W. Bush Final Farewell Texas Bids President George HW Bush Final Farewell Bread Shortage Feared in Zimbabwe as Wheat Mills Shut Down Nissan to Recall 150,000 Cars Due to Dubious Inspections Comedian Steps Down as Oscars Host After Outcry Over Tweets Storm Smacks Southern California with Floods, Mudslides If Brunei Takes China’s Energy Deal, Neighbors May Follow Seoul Creates a New Cycle of Waste Mali: Dangerous Upsurge in Abuse by Ethnic Militias Russia: Human Rights Defender Jailed Argentina: Modify Resolution on Use of Force Submission by Human Rights Watch to the Committee on the Rights of the Child on Australia Greece, EU: Move Asylum Seekers to Safety #DontForgetLombok: 2,000 quake-hit families get kits to build better shelters Report: Trump Resort Hired Undocumented Workers All-Clear After Bomb Threat at CNN Offices New Zealand China Scholar 'Targeted' by Beijing Afghan Village Uses Live Rockets to Build Homes, Bridges Reports: Trump to Name State Department's Nauert as UN Ambassador New York Times: Trump Resort Hired Undocumented Workers November Border Arrests Jump to Highest in Trump Presidency Responding to Homophobic Tweets, Kevin Hart Draws More Ire Last Migrant Rescue Ship to End Operations in Mediterranean Police Investigate Bomb Threat at CNN Offices Both Political Parties Use Ballot Harvesting, But What is It? UN General Assembly failed to condemn Hamas, but adopts additional anti-Israel resolution China Demands Release of Telecom Executive Arrested in Canada EPA Proposes Rollback on Coal Emissions Regulation South Sudan Army Accused of 'Brutal' Sexual Violence Israel Tells Lebanon and U.N. Peacekeepers to Destroy Attack Tunnel Splits Deepen as UN Climate Talks Near Crunch Time Yemen Rebels to Decide Friday If Peace Talks Are Serious EU Nations Increasingly Divided over UN Migration Pact US Fails to Win UN Condemnation of Hamas Rescue Efforts Begin for Lone Female Sailor in Arduous Race China's Huawei, a Big Tech Seller Globally, Runs Afoul of US Lebanese Businessman Pleads Guilty of Violating US Sanctions Yemeni journalist held by military intelligence in Hadramout province Mexico: Prosecutor’s office must consider Manuel Gaspar’s environmental work as a possible motive for his killing Yemen: Talks should address rights concerns World Markets Plunge on Concerns Over US-China Trade Relations Ecuador: Road Clear for Assange to Leave London Embassy Cars MIght Soon Start Monitoring Drivers' Vitals Saudi Arabia's Critics Push for Swift US Senate Action December 6, 2018 France to Deploy 65,000 Police to Prevent Violence During Protests Blast Kills 2 Senior Military Commanders in Somalia After Huawei Arrest, White House Sticks With Hard Line on Trade Talks US Priest Accused of Abusing Altar Boys in Philippines Libya to Vote on New Constitution Before February US: Russia Must Scrap or Alter Missiles that Violate Arms Treaty US Supreme Court Appears Wary of Expanding 'Double Jeopardy' Greek Police Clash with Protesters on Anniversary of Police Shooting of Teenager Colombia Police: Smugglers Ingested Mexican Cartel Cash Air New Zealand Workers Plan Strike on Busiest Travel Day of Year Launch of the UNESCO Global Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Instruments platform World Stocks Plunge on Concerns Over US-China Trade Relations Africa 54 In Show of Support, US Conducts Ukraine Fly-Over US Intelligence Not Shocked North Korea Upgrading Missile Bases Pakistan Urges US to Leave Afghanistan 'As Friend of the Region' Ecuador: Enough UK Guarantees for Assange to Leave Embassy Cars that are too Smart may be too Dangerous Yemen: Talks Should Address Rights Concerns Saudi Arabia: Allow Access to Detained Women Activists UN General Assembly expected to condemn both Israel and Hamas in separate resolutions Lebanese Media – a Family Affair Migration: Ensure the safety and dignity of migrants by adopting the Global Compact on Migration Yemen: Agreement to release, transfer and repatriate detainees in relation to the conflict Dispute Between Afghan Election Bodies Over Kabul Results Burundi Orders Closure of UN Human Rights Office OPEC Looks to Cut Oil Production to Support Falling Price Sean Penn Working on Documentary on Saudi Writer's Death US Trade Deficit Hits 10-Year High on Record Imports Philippines Arrests US Priest Accused of Abusing Altar Boys Pope Criticizes Homosexuality Among Catholic Clergy Ukraine MPs Vote to Pull Out of Russia Friendship Treaty Syrian Civilians Face Enormous Challenges amid War's Toll Rwandan High Court Clears Opposition Leader of Charges Israel Likely to Allow Medical Cannabis Exports by Year-End, Says Senior MP Political Comedy 'Vice' Leads Golden Globe Film Nominations with 6 Nods Illuminating the Skies for Human Rights Philippine website editor due to be arraigned in court More than 17,000 children worldwide paint a picture of human rights Iranian TV: Suicide Car Bombing Kills 2 Police Officers, Injures 28 Britain’s May: It’s My Deal, No Deal, or No Brexit at All Australian Court Tosses Catholic Cleric’s Abuse Conviction Scores Arrested in Europe’s Massive Anti-Mob Operation Few Yemenis Express Optimism About Peace Talks New UN-Backed Yemen Peace Talks Begin in Sweden China Demands Canada Release Huawei Executive Virginia Tech Students Unveil the House of the Future 81 Migrant Children Separated From Parents Since June Kabul Province Election Invalidated Paris Riots Show Difficulty of Fighting Warming With Taxes Impunity reigns in murders of journalists in Iran IFAD Hopes to Revive Zimbabwe’s Agriculture Sector Final Eulogies Set for Former US President George HW Bush US Bids Farewell to President George HW Bush at State Funeral Analysts: OPEC Meeting in Vienna to Result in Less Production Jerusalem Embassy Stokes New Anger Pressure Increases on US to Change Myanmar Policy Iranian TV: Suicide Car Bombing Kills 3 in Southeast Iran Port City Zimbabwe to Compensate Displaced White Farmers Zimbabwe Sets Aside $53 Million to Compensate Displaced White Farmers US and China Fight for Supremacy in 5G Technology Scientists Pool Oceans of Data to Plot Earth’s Final Frontier Growing Split in Seoul over N. Korea Threatens Korea Detente, Nuclear Talks Zimbabwe’s Government Shrugs at Striking Doctors’ Demands Russia: Adult Prospects Dim for Youth with Disabilities Turkey: Seek UN Inquiry on Khashoggi Veteran Rights Defender Languishes in Kyrgyzstan Jail ICRC appeal to fund its operations in 2019 Statement by Human Rights Watch on the occasion of the UN Security Council Arria Meeting on People with Disabilities Interview: Airbnb Checks Out of West Bank Settlements UNGA to Vote on Resolution Condemning Hamas Rocket Attacks on Israel Australian Bid for Encrypted Data Passes First Hurdle Enter the Bull: Fighters Mix Kung Fu and Bullfighting in China Mueller Memo Adds to Russia Probe Mystery IS Signals Re-Emergence in Parts of Iraq Dozens of Amazon Workers Sickened by Bear Repellent Huawei CFO Arrested in Canada, Faces Extradition to US Border Patrol Agent Charged with Capital Murder in Texas US Diplomat: Russia Should Release Ukrainian Sailors by Christmas 2 US Military Aircraft Collide Midair off Japan Coast Top Senate Democrat Warns Trump Not to Lift Sanctions Against Russian Billionaire Sources: Clues in Marriott Hack Implicate China 3 Dead, 44 Injured in Dominican Republic Blast Russian Court Jails 77-Year-Old Rights Activist Cuba Softens New Law on Artistic Expression Mexico City's 1st Elected Female Mayor Takes Office Plugged in With Greta Van Susteren - Death of President Bush Senior; G-20 Summit in Argentina Report: Greenhouse Gas Emissions to Set Record Facebook Gave Data on Users' Friends to Some Firms While Barring Others USA Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy Guterres Still a 'Believer' in UN Despite US Swipe Eleven Listed as Missing After California Wildfire, Down from 1,000 Mexico Suggests Work Visas for Central Americans US Challenges Russian Claims in Sea of Japan Growth of Labor Migration Provokes Hostility in Host Communities NATO Remains Committed to Afghan War, Despite Setbacks Aid Groups Accuse UN of Manipulating Data Ahead of Congo Polls Yemen's Warring Sides Agree to Prisoner Swap Ahead of Talks Straight Talk Africa OPEC, Russia Move Closer to Cutting Oil Output Failure to Launch Fades from Millennial Lore Pakistan's PM Vows to Help in US-led Afghan Peace Effort December 5, 2018 Wave of Sexual Assaults on South Sudanese Women, Girls Condemned Humanitarians Released on Bail in Greece Addressing climate-related risks and economic development go hand in hand in Třeboň Iraq : Reopen probe into Kurdish editor’s murder five years ago, RSF says Turkey Seeks Arrest of 2 Former Aides to Saudi Crown Prince Angolan President Talks to Some of Nation's Toughest Critics Lego Foundation Donates $100 Million to Aid Rohingya, Syrian Kids Protesters, Now Joined by Unions, Reject French Concessions Egyptian Actress Questioned Over Revealing Dress at Gala Expectations Low as Yemen's Warring Parties Meet for Talks Pompeo: US Building 'New Liberal World Order' Africa 54 UN: Populist Nationalism Threatens Human Rights Declaration Trump Tries to Calm Global Markets After Stocks Drop Sharply With Arms Fair, big-Buyer Egypt Aims to Diversify Sources Mexico's New Leader Says Relations With Trump Good In Photos: State Funeral of Former President George H.W. Bush UK Releases Facebook Emails About Data Privacy Despite Afghan Deaths, Slow Peace Moves, NATO Vows to Stay UN Hosts Meeting of Regional Envoys Over Western Sahara Lebanon Says Israel Offered No Proof of Border Tunnels EU 'Willing to Help' If May Loses — Up to a Point EU Steps Up Fight Against 'Fake News' Ahead of Elections Russia Warns Cyprus Against Allowing US Military to Deploy There UNESCO attends the EU Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights Germany supports UNESCO work in advancing access to information Syrian civilians must be protected amid ISIL executions and airstrikes: Bachelet Russia: Prominent human rights defender jailed for a Facebook post Farmer Protests Highlight India's Growing Rural Distress Number of Criminals in Migrant Caravan -- Does it Matter? Somali Officials Report Deadly US-backed Raid on al-Shabab Putin Threatens to Build Nuclear Missiles if US Does the Same US Restores 'Permanent Diplomatic Presence' in Somalia Indian Court Orders Briton Held During Copter Bribery Probe Dozens Arrested in European Crackdown on Italian Mob Report Urges Cash-Strapped Pakistan to Pursue Clean Energy Sudan: Providing financial assistance to people with physical disabilities UN General Assembly proclaims 24 January International Day of Education Promoting a journalism that is useful to citizens Director-General condemns murder of journalists Raed Fares and Hamoud Jneed in Syria Press freedom in great danger after bad month in Nicaragua No progress in last May’s shooting attack on Montenegrin crime reporter Nation Pauses Wednesday to Mourn Former US President George H.W. Bush Thailand Considers Same-Sex Partnership Bill UN Should Investigate 1988 Iran Mass Executions, Amnesty Says Taiwan Expected to Adjust Its Hands-Off Stance Toward China after Elections Indonesian Public and Human Rights Groups Decry West Papuan Arrests Artists from all over the world to speak of artistic creativity and human rights at UNESCO Press freedom, journalists’ safety must be pre-conditions for Afghan peace talks Sri Lanka: South Asia Human Rights Festival in Colombo UN Should Investigate 1988 Iran Mass Executions, Says Amnesty Uganda’s Young Population Needs Jobs to Halt Crime, Instability Thousands of Visitors Pay Respects to Former President Before Funeral in Washington US Threatens To Withdraw from INF Missile Treaty With Russia 'Wizard of Oz,' Miyazaki to Star in LA Motion Picture Museum Race to the Bottom? India Plans Deep Dive for Seabed Minerals Malaysia: Keep Moratorium on Abusive Laws Parties to Yemen Conflict Begin to Arrive to Peace Talks in Sweden Gorillas, Given a Puzzle, Find Way to Cheat ‘Black Panther’ Poised to Become an Oscars Heavyweight Honored in NYC, Glenn Close: 'I Speak Through My Work' Cuba to Begin Full Internet Access for Mobile Phones Brazil's Bolsonaro to Tackle Pension Overhaul Piecemeal Kevin Hart: 2019 Oscars Host Job 'Opportunity of a Lifetime' Hugh Jackman Readies Massive Pop Star-like World Tour Billionaires Eyeing White House Visit Early Voting States Experts See Risks in Trump's Plan to Meet with North Korea's Kim Shifting Global Marketplace Leaves US Workers Behind Freshman Democrats in Congress Ready to Use New-Won Power Venezuela's Next Generation of Opposition Plays a Long Game GOP Campaign Organizers Confirm 2018 Hack Norway Worries Over Brazil Deforestation, Pays $70M to Amazon Fund Mueller to Detail Ex-NSA Flynn's Cooperation in Russia Probe US Afghan Envoy Seeks Pakistan's Help to Advance Peace Talks Prince Charles Highlights Christian Plight in Mideast, Pleads for Peace US Re-Establishes 'Permanent Diplomatic Presence' in Somalia Economic Reforms Offer Scant Relief in Tripoli 'Black Panther,' 'Star is Born' Among AFI's Top Films of 2018 US Coal Consumption Drops to Lowest Level Since 1979 VW May Use Ford's US Plants to Build Cars, Deepening Alliance 4 Men Charged in Panama Papers Investigation IS Clings to Last Stronghold in Eastern Syria World's First Baby Born Via Womb Transplant From Dead Donor Ballot Fraud Investigation Muddies North Carolina Election U2, Coldplay Top Forbes List of Highest-paid Musicians Rich, Poor Struggle to Shoulder Losses From Devastating Storms In Early 2019, UN Team to Begin Probe of IS Crimes in Iraq Special Counsel Mueller Recommends No Prison Time for Flynn Supplies Low for US Shelters Helping Migrants as Holidays Near VW May Use Ford's US Plants to Build Cars More US Child Workers Die in Agriculture Than in Any Other Industry Central European University Forced to Leave Hungary Press freedom defender badly injured by targeted Mogadishu bomb UN expert ‘shocked’ by Egyptian reprisals against human rights defenders she met Human rights on film: International festival celebrates mobile phone films for a cause Afghan AG Promises Results of Soccer Harassment Probe Within Week Israelis Hold Mass Protests Over Violence Against Women Thomson Reuters Announces 3,200 Job Cuts Over Two Years Economic Chill Dulls Chinese Appetite for Some Luxury Brands Brazil Top Court Approves Investigation into Bolsonaro's Chief of Staff El Nino May Cut Colombia's Rainfall by 80 Percent in Q1 2019 Public Anger as Air Pollution in Western Balkan Cities Worsens Pakistan's Aid Group Clampdown Could Hit 11 Million People, Diplomats Say Tensions Soar in the Balkans Over Plans for Kosovo Army Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Bests Adele to Fastest 100 Million Views Another Mission Awaits Presidential Helper Sully Reports of Planned Turkish Naval Base Stokes Tension Between Greek, Turkish Cypriots Sudan Lawmakers Back Amendment to Let Bashir Stand Again Raucous Iraqi MPs Halt Session to Vote on Government US Military Official: Afghan Security Forces' Deaths Unsustainable Dispute Over UN Migration Pact Fractures Belgian Government Trump Meets with German Car Executives Amid Tariff Threats US Energy Secretary Perry to Visit Saudi Arabia, Qatar Ecuador VP Resigns Amid Probe Over Payments Qatar’s Emir Receives Invite from Saudi King to Attend Gulf Arab Summit Duterte Using Marijuana Is No Joke