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Russia Suspends Oil Deliveries To Belarus
United Methodist Church Expected To Split Over LGBTQ Disagreement
Pope Calls On Governments To Make Health Care Accessible To All
Israel Supreme Court Won't Decide If Netanyahu Can Form New Government
Australia Fires: Victoria Declares A State Of Disaster
Iran Vows To Retaliate After U.S. Kills Top Military Leader
Interpol Issues Wanted Notice For Ex-Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn
Pope Francis Apologizes For Slapping Woman's Hand
India Confirms Plans For New Moon Mission
Thailand Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags In Major Stores
Three Women Investigated In Massive German Zoo Fire
2019 Plane Crash Fatalities Down 50% Compared With Previous Year
Pompeo Cancels Ukraine Trip Amid Baghdad Embassy Protest
Netanyahu Requests Immunity From Prosecution Ahead Of Election
Fires Prompt New South Wales To Declare Another State Of Emergency
Death Toll Rises As Around 100 Fires Still Burn In Australia
Protesters Advance On U.S. Embassy In Iraq Following Deadly Airstrikes
Kim Jong-Un Signals End Of Nuclear Missile Test Suspension
Tens Of Thousands Gather For New Year's Day Protest In Hong Kong
U.S. Guards Fire Tear Gas On Embassy Protesters In Baghdad
Samoa Ends Measles-Related State Of Emergency
Taiwan Passes Law Aimed At Blocking Chinese Political Interference
Reuters: North Korea To Present 'New Path' For U.S. Relations
Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Has Fled To Lebanon
Thai Navy SEAL Who Helped Rescue Boys From Cave Has Died
Chinese Scientist Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison For Gene-Editing Work
Kim Jong-Un Calls For 'Positive And Offensive' Security Measures
Thousands Evacuated As Bushfires Continue To Burn Across Australia
Brazil Fines Facebook For Sharing User Information
Russia Thanked The U.S. For Information On Possible Terrorist Attacks
Russia Confirms It's Appealing The International Sporting Event Ban
A Cabin Crew Strike Forces Eurowings To Cancel More Than 170 Flights
Taliban Leadership Agrees To Temporary Cease-fire
Police Chief Arrested In Connection To Family Murders In Mexico
Car Bomb Kills At Least 79, Injures Over 100 In Somalia's Capital City
U.N. Approves Resolution Condemning Myanmar Human Rights Abuses
Fires May Have Killed Up To 30% Of Koalas In One Australian Region
Russia Says It's Successfully Tested An Alternative To Global Internet
Philippines Bans Two U.S. Senators, Considers Visa Rules For Americans
12 People Killed, 54 Injured In Kazakhstan Plane Crash
Israel's Netanyahu Secures Backing Of His Own Political Party
China Calls On U.S. To Take 'Concrete Steps' With North Korea
Iraq's President Threatens To Resign Over Iran-Backed PM Nominee
China To Lower Import Tariffs On Slew Of Goods Beginning Jan. 1
Italy Follows France On Digital Service Tax
New South Wales Prepares For Heat Wave Amid Wildfires
Wildfire Destroys At Least 150 Homes In Valparaíso, Chile
Internet Blackouts Are Becoming More Common Around The World
UN Anti-Racism Panel To Investigate Israeli Actions In West Bank, Gaza
NAFTA To USMCA: What's Different About Trump's New Trade Pact?
Protesters, Police In Hong Kong Clash In Christmas Eve Demonstrations
Japan Considering Dumping Toxic Fukushima Water Into Ocean
Pentagon Identifies Green Beret Killed In Afghanistan
Chile's President Signs Law For Vote On New Constitution
At Least 23 Dead Amid Ongoing Protests Of Indian Citizenship Law
Lithuania's 'Elves' Fight Russian Trolls Online
Ivory Coast Issues Arrest Warrant For Presidential Candidate Soro
Oil Spill Off The Galapagos Islands Prompts State Of Emergency
Workers Block Paris Trains As Pension Reform Strike Continues
Death Toll In New Zealand Volcanic Eruption Continues To Rise
New Zealanders Hand In Over 56,000 Firearms During Amnesty Period
Saudi Arabia Sentences 5 To Death For Khashoggi Murder
French Watchdog Fines Google $166 Million For Unfair Ad Regulations
U.S. Monitoring North Korea After Country's Threat Of 'Christmas Gift'
Notre Dame Cathedral To Miss Christmas For First Time In Centuries
House of Commons Approves Brexit Deal Backed By PM Boris Johnson
Duterte Refuses To Cooperate With International Criminal Court
U.S. Diplomat's Wife Charged In Crash That Killed British Citizen
Australian PM Apologizes For Going On Holiday Amid Bush Fire Crisis
Russia To File Appeal Against 4-Year International Sporting Event Ban
Sen. Leahy Cites Newsy Investigation Into Condolence Payments
At Least 3 Dead in Moscow Shooting
Queen Elizabeth II Declares Brexit The Priority On Parliament's Agenda
State Department Issues Travel Advisory For Some Parts Of Mexico
Thousands Arrested In Protests Over India's Citizenship Law
New South Wales Declares State Of Emergency Amid Bush Fires
U.S. Bet On Venezuela Opposition, But Maduro Tightening Grip On Power
No Agreement Reached With South Korea On Payment For U.S. Troops
Australia Sets Record For Its Hottest National Average Temperature
Top Court Won't Stop Implementation Of India's Citizenship Law
Pope Francis Ends Vatican Secrecy Rule For Sexual Abuse Cases
Report: Global Gender Equality Is 100 Years Away
After Thaw In Relations With U.S., Cuba Fears A Return To Hard Freeze
Former Pakistan President Sentenced To Death For Treason
U.S. Will Reportedly Soon Send Asylum-Seekers To Honduras
Collateral Damage: U.S. Forgoes Condolence Payments In Iraq, Syria
Students And Police Clash In India Over Controversial Citizenship Bill
U.S. To Announce Withdrawal Of 4,000 Troops From Afghanistan
China Calls Off New Tariffs On U.S. Goods After Trade Deal
Death Toll Rises To 16 After Volcanic Eruption In New Zealand
Former Sudanese President Al-Bashir Sentenced To 2 Years Detention
Senate Passes Resolution To Officially Recognize The Armenian Genocide
How We Got Here: A Brexit Timeline
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party Wins Majority In U.K. Parliament
U.N.: Resisting Action On Climate Is 'A Recipe For Economic Disaster'
N. Korea Accuses U.S. Of Provocation After Criticism Of Missile Tests
India Deploys Military Over Protests Against Citizenship Bill
Israel To Hold Unprecedented Third Election In One Year
India Passes Controversial Bill Limiting Citizenship For Muslims
FAA Predicted More Than A Dozen More Crashes But Didn't Ground 737 Max