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  • Indonesia Extradites Alleged People Smuggler to Australia
  • Philippines' Duterte to Scrap Future War Games With US
  • Denmark's Crown Prince Couple Kick off 2 Day Boston Trip
  • Gunmen Kidnap Executive Director of Pakistan Media House
  • Seoul Says North Korean Soldier Crosses the Border to Defect
  • In Argentina, Freedom Still Distant for Sandra the Orangutan
  • Australian Government Wants Slower Switch to Clean Energy
  • Tropical Storm Matthew on Rare Southerly Path in Caribbean
  • Philippines' Duterte to Scrap Future War Games With US
  • Investigators Identify 2 Men Who Took Bag That Held Bomb
  • Tropical Storm Matthew Lashes Islands of Eastern Caribbean
  • Man Shot by Police Was Distraught Over Best Friend's Death
  • 32 People Missing in China Landslides Following Typhoon
  • Prosecutors Work on Global Sex Trafficking Cases in Hawaii
  • The Latest: Obama Orders Flags at Half-Staff for Peres
  • Colombia's ELN Rebels Say They Are Ready for Peace Talks
  • Friend: Starbucks Shooting Victim Became US Citizen in 2004
  • Scotiabank Sues Puerto Rico Govt Seeking Loan Repayment
  • California Suspends Some Wells Fargo Business Amid Scandal
  • Cuba Rejects Trump's Call for Negotiations on Human Rights
  • Bulgaria Replaces Candidate for the United Nations' Top Job
  • OPEC Reaches Preliminary Accord to Curb Oil Production
  • 5.5 Magnitude Quake Hits West Nicaragua, Killing at Least 1
  • Non-Nuclear States Advance Push for UN Treaty to Ban Nukes
  • Police in a San Diego Suburb Say an Officer Shot a Mentally Ill Black Man a Minute After Arriving at Scene
  • World Figures to Attend Funeral of Israel's Shimon Peres
  • Peru's Ex-Spy Chief Guilty of Disappearing Students
  • Shimon Peres Witnessed Israel's History, and Shaped It
  • OPEC Nations Reach Preliminary Accord to Curb Oil Production to Boost Prices; 1st Time in 8 Years
  • Israel Mourns as Preparations Begin for Peres' Funeral
  • Pending High Court Decision, Menendez Trial Set for 2017
  • The Latest: Friend: Starbucks Victim Was Naturalized Citizen
  • World Leaders Mourn Peres, Praise Him as a Man of Peace
  • Reaction to the Death of Israel's Shimon Peres
  • Top US Diplomat to Visit an Increasingly Isolated Venezuela
  • Germany's Air Berlin to Shed 75 Aircraft, 1,200 Jobs
  • Russian Military Says It's Ready to Talk to US About Aleppo
  • Arabs Greet Peres Death With Silence and Animosity
  • Probe Says Missile Launcher From Russia Downed Malaysian Jet
  • Germany: Woman and Child Held Captive in Syria Freed
  • The Latest: France Working on UN Resolution for Syria Truce
  • Syrian Government Attacks 2 Hospitals, Bread Line in Aleppo
  • Ex-Mountie Accused of Smuggling Narwhal Tusks Pleads Guilty
  • The Latest: UN Secretary-General Praises Downed Plane Probe
  • US Extradites Rwandan Academic to Face Genocide Charges
  • Nigeria Trying to Muzzle Dissenting Voices, Amnesty Says
  • Deutsche Bank Shares Stabilize After Deal to Sell Unit
  • Hollande: Post-Brexit Relationship Needs to Be Well Defined
  • Pakistan Says India Will 'Disintegrate' When Kashmir Is Free
  • Croatian President Opens Formal Talks to Form Government
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