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- Barack Obama on food and climate change: ‘We can still act a
- Trump Russia inquiry: Lawyer 'chosen' by president
- White House lawyers ‘begin research into impeachment procedu
- Ivanka Trump praises Saudi Arabia on women's rights after co
- President Mike Pence? Dems should be 'careful what they wish
- 'React first': Canadian army issues guide to dealing with ch
File - Sailors prepare an F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to the "Blacklions" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 213 for take-off from the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush, Arabian Gulf, 7 May, 2017.
US air strikes in Syria: Why America really attacked pro-Assad militia convoy
- Trump trip leaves US and allies lost in translation
- Turkey charges opposition daily staff over ‘coup links’
- Missing stars let French Open pretenders dream
- Luis Enrique delighted to end Barcelona reign with 'no sadne
- We need deal with the EU to combat terror, experts tell Ther
- Donald Trump's Europe tour leaves leaders strangely shaken
Republican Greg Gianforte prepares to go onstage at a hotel ballroom in Bozeman, Montana, on May 25, 2017, to thank supporters after winning Montana's sole congressional seat. In his speech, Gianforte apologized for a altercation at his campaign headquarters with a reporter on the eve of the special election. The altercation led to a misdemeanor assault citation. (AP Photo/Bobby Caina Calvan)BC250: Republican Greg Gianforte addresses supporters at a hotel ballroom in Bozeman, Montana, on May 25, 2017, after winning Montana's sole congressional seat. In his speech, Gianforte apologized for a altercation at his campaign headquarters with a reporter on the eve of the special election. The altercation led to a misdemeanor assault citation. (AP Photo/Bobby Caina Calvan)Bobby Caina CalvanReporterAssociated PressHelena, MontanaMobile: 917.551.0980Capitol Office: 406.449.5542Twitter: @bobbycalvanEmail:;;Website:;;
Gianforte Wins Special Election in Montana, Apologizes For Body Slamming Reporter
Asia Middle East
- Workshop on nutrition held
- AFP to finalise plans in June
- 13 killed in Taliban suicide bomber attack in Khost
- LTU Karachi unearths Rs1bn tax evasion by fake manufacturer
- Programme for mother, child care launched
- Fapuasa dubs federal budget 2017-18 as ‘hopeless’
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte addresses troops during his visit to the 2nd Mechanized Brigade Friday, May 26, 2017 on the outskirts of Iligan city in southern Philippines.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte jokes that soldiers can rape women under his martial law
- Iraqi forces launch operation to seize last IS enclave in Mo
- Iranian mortar attack kills Pakistani
- Border goodwill
- ‘Iran ready for talks toward peace with Arab states’
- Senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard killed in Iraq
- Pakistan opens Friendship gate on Kabul’s request
In this Monday, March 7, 2016 file photo, a man loyal to the Libyan armed forces sits in a tank during clashes with Islamic State group militants west of Benghazi, Libya
Fierce clashes as rival factions battle in Libyan capital
South America Africa
- ACT Brumbies storm into Super Rugby contention with massive
- Uruguay, the first country where you can smoke marijuana whe
- Wild Amazon faces destruction as Brazil’s farmers and logger
- 37 people killed this year in land conflicts in Brazil
- Venezuela bans imports of gas masks, bulletproof vests -cour
- World Bank planning $2 bln green bonds for Peru - econ minis
A reveler wearing a crown with a sign that reads in Portuguese: "Come back Dilma" shouts slogans against Brazil's President Michel Temer, during the "Out Temer" carnival street party in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian army deployed as anti-Temer protests turn violent
- Egypt launches air strikes on Libya
- Egypt hits Libyan terror camps again after attack kills 29 C
- African links have drawn young UK Muslims to terrorism befor
- How Libyan crises could fuel Islamic extremism
- Help for African girls to end ‘shame of periods’
- Eoin Morgan describes England’s win over South Africa as ‘un
Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed speaks during a high-level event aiming to provide Member States with an opportunity to engage with leading innovators and technology companies on how new technologies can support the successful implementation of the sustainable Development goals (SDGs), 17 May, 2017.
'Why is she here?': the Nigerian herder’s daughter who became UN deputy chief
Australia Caribbean
- Jackie Kennedy's thank-you letter to Australia's US ambassad
- Power struggle over multi-million-dollar Kangaroo Island und
- Kids sign up as citizen scientists with new app that feeds A
- Australian trafficker Corby to return home amid media storm
- Finch, Head star in Australia’s tense win
- Revenue share is ‘starving’ grassroots: Cricket Australia
A pair of stranded mariners signal for help by writing "SOS" in the sand as a U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon aircraft crew from Patrol Squadron (VP) 8 flies over in support of a Coast Guard search and rescue mission, East Fayu Island, Micronesia, 25 August, 2016.
SOS mystery in remote Western Australia stumps police
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- Brewers agree to deal with Martinez, 17-year-old Cuban
- White Sox add Cuban OF Robert in deal that costs team $52M
- White Sox agree to deal with Cuban outfielder Luis Robert
- White Sox sign Cuban prospect Robert, $26 million bonus
- UN Peacekeepers: How a Haiti child sex ring was whitewashed
File - British Prime Minister Theresa May, center right, speaks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, center left, during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday, March 9, 2017.
The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked
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