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- Russia seeks pragmatic US ties and "post-West" world order
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File - Aretha Franklin performs at the International Jazz Day Concert on the South Lawn of the White House of the Washington, Friday, April 29, 2016.
Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul is retiring to spend time with her family
- Budapest stocks rise ahead of data, central bank meeting
- Timeline for British government's Brexit legislation
- James O'Connor and Ali Williams charged in Paris over cocain
- Boris Nemtsov: Moscow state workers demolish memorial to sla
- EU member states back visa liberalization for Georgia
- 3 things to know about the Trump administration’s warning sh
People sit at a table on stage and look towards the hologram of hard-left French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, as he speaks to supporters who are gathered in Saint-Denis, near Paris
Holograms, mistrust and 'fake news' in France's election
Asia Middle East
- Jurgen Kantner: Isis-linked Philippine militants behead Germ
- Ramjas College protests: 10 latest developments
- SE Asia Stocks-Most down as investors await cues from Trump
- Asia Naphtha/Gasoline-Naphtha up; cargoes from West to lag d
- My heart bleeds when Ramjas bleeds, want peace, says princip
- Act cautiously on Ramjas, Rajnath tells Delhi Police
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, yawns while being presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington.
Clingy panda video racks up 163m hits online
- Iraqi Commander: Troops push further into western Mosul
- Syria's war: 'Hope is all I have'
- Motorists: Get ready to pay more for petrol in UAE
- UPDATE1-Saudi Aramco to invest $7 bln in Petronas' RAPID oil
- Malaysia's Petronas, Saudi Aramco to enter $7 bln oil refine
- Saudi Aramco to invest $7 billion in Petronas' RAPID oil ref
ISOF APC on the street of Mosul, Northern Iraq, Western Asia. 16 November, 2016.
Mosul battle: Kurdish reporter Shifa Gardi killed in Iraq
South America Africa
- Chile mudslides cut off water to millions
- Pearlie Series 1 Ep 36 Peruvian Toadstool
- Wheat eases for third day on supply pressure, soybeans exten
- Chile floods: millions of people without water in Santiago
- At least three dead, 19 missing as floods hit central Chile
- Three dead, 19 missing as floods hit central Chile
Venezuela's Adrian Solano competes during the men's cross country sprint qualification at the 2017 Nordic Skiing World Championships in Lahti, Finland
'World's worst skier': how it went downhill for Adrian Solano, Venezuela's Eddie the Eagle
- Nigeria: You Probably Won't Read This
- South Africa: Domingo - We Need to Manage Rabada Carefully
- South Africa: President Zuma Pays Tribute to Judge Moosa
- Africa: U.S.$100,000 for Grabs for African Youth Entrepreneu
- Nigeria: New Forex Rule - Banks Begin PTA, School Fees Payme
- 'Considerable Embezzlement, Irregularities in Sudan's El Ged
File - Nigeria’s representative addresses the Council to consider the situation in the Lake Chad Basin region of Africa, comprising north-eastern Nigeria and parts of Cameroon, Chad and Niger
Donors pledge $672m at Oslo summit to avert famine in Nigeria and Lake Chad
Australia Caribbean
- Geraldton doctor Chamari Liyanage, who killed abusive husban
- Australian Story Into Hot Water
- Northern Territory children are in a humanitarian crisis, se
- Australian film industry is at a crossroads
- Luke Kelly firming as Adam Reynolds' replacement for South S
- Asian Champions League: Western Sydney Wanderers desperate f
Lt. j. g. Sarah Heidt, anti-submarine warfare officer on board USS McCampbell (DDG 85), teaches Aboriginal students at their school how to give a high five.
Australia struggles to improve lives of indigenous population
- UK falls in love again with Fairtrade bananas and coffee
- ‘Leave Me Alone’: Trinidad’s women find a rallying cry for t
- Profile: Thomas E. Perez
- In Puerto Rico, pensions' decline pits retirees against lend
- Danza Contemporánea de Cuba review – hot and horny in Havana
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A South Korean soldier stands near the propaganda loudspeakers near the border area between South Korea and North Korea in Yeoncheon, South Korea, Friday, Jan. 8, 2016. South Korea retaliated for North Korea's nuclear test with broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rival's tense border Friday, believed to be the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Dominican Republic: Two radio journalist shot dead mid-broadcast
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