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- Trump said, ‘I alone can fix it.’ How wrong he was.
- Stormy Daniels on Trump: pajamas, unprotected sex and … scar
- Trump defends self after comments, says: 'I'm not a racist'
- Chelsea Manning files for US Senate bid in Maryland
- US has failed to undermine nuclear deal: Hassan Rouhani
- US ambassador to Panama resigns, says cannot serve Trump
In this April 25, 2017, photo, Cassie wipes a tear as she describes her ordeal at a cybersex den while she stays at a shelter for sexual exploitation survivors in Manila, Philippines.
A teenager's suicide may help break Australia's inaction on bullying
- Bastian Baker: Voice of friendship between China and Switzer
- Dark clouds loom over Kosovo 10 years after independence
- 'You are my destiny': Simone de Beauvoir's mad passion for y
- Croatia bedtime stories feature same-sex families for first
- France urges UN meeting as Syria fighting escalates
- More than 50,000 Greeks protest over Macedonia name row
Actress Rachel Weisz poses for photographers during a photo call for the film Youth, at the 68th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Wednesday, May 20, 2015.
Rachel Weisz wants superhero role
Asia Middle East
- Shady triangle: Southeast Asia’s illegal fuel market
- Letter from Mumbai: India eyes more foreign tourists
- Democrats accuse Trump of pursuing reckless foreign policy
- China's astronauts prepare for a new era of exploration
- 18 killed in Kabul hotel attack, including 14 foreigners
- DPRK advance team tours performance facilities in ROK for Wi
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehooba Mufti speaks during the all-party meeting, in Srinagar on Thursday 21, July 2016.
Make J&K 'bridge of friendship': Mehbooba Mufti to India, Pakistan
- Oil prices rise on decline in U.S. drilling, Syria conflict
- UN seeks $2.9bn to save lives of 13m Yemenis
- Bahrain arrests 47, charges 290 in crackdown
- Turkish tanks roll into Syria to fight Kurdish militia
- Crown Prince taking S. Arabia into uncharted territory?
- Al Qaeda Maghreb member shot dead in Tunisia
French President Emmanuel Macron gestures as he speaks at a joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Palace of Versailles as they meet for talks before the opening of an exhibition marking 300 years of diplomatic ties between the two countries, in Versailles, near Paris, France, Monday, May 29, 2017.
Macron sees IS mly defeat within ‘weeks’
South America Africa
- The Latest: Pope departs Peru, concluding South America trip
- Venezuela helicopter attack pilot Oscar Pérez buried
- Pope Francis ends Latin America tour with giant Mass
- Pope Francis departs Peruvian capital, ending weeklong South
- UPDATE 1-Wal-Mart shops Brazil unit stake to Advent, other f
- Wal-Mart shops Brazil unit stake to Advent, other funds: sou
Alexis Sanchez during Arsenal v Swansea City soccer game, 28 October 2017
Man United reportedly lead Alexis Sanchez chase
- DR Congo govt cracks down on protests; six die
- Ethiopia rejects WB arbitration over Nile River dam
- George Weah: Footballer-turned-president faces his toughest
- The president forced me to take his herbal HIV 'cure'
- Perera halts Sri Lanka slide with win over Zimbabwe
- Ethiopia leader rejects call for WB arbitration in dam dispu
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe (L) and his wife Grace at a rally at Chubuku stadium, Zimbabwe
Grace Mugabe 'Supported Her Ageing Husband's Decision to Resign'
Australia Caribbean
- Mr Real Estate steps back in as crisis engulfs McGrath
- Actor Jessica Falkholt laid to rest in Sydney one month afte
- Why Canberra's plastic bag ban could be better
- Jono Lance signs with Queensland Reds after Melbourne Rebels
- Buttler hundred inspires England to ODI series victory
- ‘At least 15’ injured as train crashes into barrier in Sydne
Fans show their support during the tennis match between Roger Federer (SUI) and Frances Tiafoe (USA) during the 2017 Miami Open in Key on March 25, 2017, at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Biscayne, FL. (Photo by Aaron Gilbert
Federer eases past Gasquet into fourth round
- Jamaica ‘safe’ despite upsurge in violence and state of emer
- Jamaica ‘safe’ despite upsurge in violence and state of emer
- Informal economy
- Haiti’s killer cholera epidemic could end this year: UN
- British tourists in Jamaica warned to stay in resorts
- Jamaica travel: Everything you need to know about state of e
File- Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Scott Raegen takes a photo of coral while conducting underwater photography training off the coast of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Coral reefs 'at make or break point', UN environment head says
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