Wed, 12 Dec 2018

Kim Jong Un leaves Seoul guessing over planned visit

SEOUL, South Korea - The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's planned visit to the South Korean capital, Seoul, which ...

Migration comes to fore at Marrakesh summit

MARRAKESH, Morocco – Countries from around the world tackled the migration issues on Monday adopting the Global Compact for Migration ...

May admits backstop still a major hurdle for Brexit

LONDON, UK -  British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday deferred a crucial parliamentary vote on the controversial Brexit deal, that ...

George HW Bush, the last U.S. president to win a war

There are many reasons to miss George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States. A World War II ...

Climate change action: Ireland worst country in the EU

DUBLIN, Ireland - For the second year in a row, Ireland has been deemed as the worst country in the ...

Turkey told extradition of Saudi nationals is not on

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Suspects in the Turkish investigation into the assassination of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi will not ...

Vice admiral in Bahrain after lightning appointment

WASHINGTON DC - Vice Admiral Jim Malloy has taken charge of the U.S. 5th Fleet, headquartered in Bahrain, following the apparent ...

Implicated by Cohen, Trump denies collusion, targets Mueller

WASHINGTON, U.S. - This week, the developments made in the federal investigation against the U.S. President Donald Trump's election campaign ...

Helicopter crash in Sudan kills top ministers, others hurt

KHARTOUM, Sudan - In a tragic incident on Sunday, a helicopter carrying government officials in Sudan crashed in the country's ...

As Finances Improve, Greece Scraps Pension Cuts

ATHENS - Greece's parliament on Tuesday voted to scrap plans to cut state pensions, in a motion led by the ...

Brazil Green Groups Prepare Climate-Change Contingency Plan

KATOWICE, POLAND - With its wooden walls and posters on protecting forests and fauna, Brazil's pavilion at the U.N. climate ...

US Demands Answers from Cuba on Imprisoned Dissidents

The Trump administration is demanding answers from Cuba about eight detainees it says are political prisoners held by the communist ...

US Energy Secretary Urges Iraq to Quit Dependency on Iran

BAGHDAD - U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry arrived in Baghdad on a trade mission Tuesday urging Iraq to reduce its ...

Will respect what ICJ decides: Ex-Italy PM on Italian marines case

New Delhi [India], Dec 12 (ANI): Former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta said that both India and Italy have to ...

At Least 2 Killed, 11 Wounded in French Christmas Market Shooting

STRASBOURG, FRANCE - A lone gunman shot dead at least two people and wounded 11 others near a Christmas market ...

Russian Cosmonauts Take Spacewalk to Probe Mystery of Craft Hole

MOSCOW - Two Russian cosmonauts took a spacewalk on Tuesday seeking to resolve the mystery of a small hole found ...

Ruling Offers Hope Central American Kids With Parents in US

A federal judge this week dismissed most of a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its cancellation last year of ...

War, Hunger and A Housing Boom: Welcome to Africa's Most Crowded City

NAIROBI - Conflict, drought and floods have pushed a record number of Somalis into Mogadishu, making it Africa's most crowded ...

Chile's Pine Forests: A Botanical Dinosaur Bound for Extinction

QUINQUEN, CHILE - In Quinquen, an indigenous community in southern Chile, Ricardo Melinir shows off a forest of Chilean pine ...

ICRC: Conditions in Yemen Expected to Worsen Even if Peace Takes Hold

GENEVA - The International Committee of the Red Cross warns conditions in Yemen are expected to worsen even if a ...

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Brazil Green Groups Prepare Climate-Change Contingency Plan

KATOWICE, POLAND - With its wooden walls and posters on protecting forests and fauna, Brazil's pavilion at the U.N. climate ...

US Demands Answers from Cuba on Imprisoned Dissidents

The Trump administration is demanding answers from Cuba about eight detainees it says are political prisoners held by the communist ...

Ruling Offers Hope Central American Kids With Parents in US

A federal judge this week dismissed most of a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its cancellation last year of ...

Defense Minister: One Killed in Venezuela Illegal Mining Clash

CARACAS - A member of Venezuela's Pemon indigenous group was killed during a 'confrontation' last Saturday with security forces attempting ...

Chile's Pine Forests: A Botanical Dinosaur Bound for Extinction

QUINQUEN, CHILE - In Quinquen, an indigenous community in southern Chile, Ricardo Melinir shows off a forest of Chilean pine ...

Former Honduran Lawmaker Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges in US

MEXICO CITY - A former Honduran lawmaker who pleaded guilty to drug trafficking conspiracy and violence charges in a United ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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