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  • Lawyer: CIA Gave Romania Millions to Host Secret Prisons
  • Putin Extends Ban on Imports of Western Food Through 2017
  • N. Korean Parliament Convenes to Follow up on Party Congress
  • Arbitration Panel to Rule July 12 in South China Sea Dispute
  • Supplies Run out in Southern Mexico Amid Teachers' Protests
  • 41 Dead in Istanbul Airport Attack; Turkish Govt Blames IS
  • Germany: Bypassing Parliaments on EU-Canada Deal 'Foolish'
  • EU to Britain: No Access to Single Market Without Migration
  • Kosovo Hands 13-Year Prison Sentence to Man Plotting Attacks
  • Gunmen Kill 8 Security Forces in Pakistan's Quetta
  • AP PHOTOS: In Paraguay, Drought-Stricken Caimans Agonize
  • Explosion in Turkey's Southeast Kills 2 Soldiers
  • British Chaos Means Interest Rates Will Stay Low for Longer
  • IS Repels Advance by US-Backed Syria Rebels Near Iraq Border
  • The Latest: 41 Still in Intensive Care After Istanbul Attack
  • Time of the Essence as EU Clamors for UK to Get on With It
  • Official: Over 50 People Killed in New South Sudan Fighting
  • US Gives Iraq $2.7B Credit to Buy Military Equipment
  • Qatar's RasGas Reaches Gas Supply Deal With France's EDF
  • Influential Malaysian Opposition Politician Accused of Graft
  • Ivory Coast: Gay Men Attacked Over Event for Orlando Victims
  • Right Groups: Police Responsible for 3 Men Missing in Kenya
  • Israel: Dug by Jews, Tunnel From Nazi Era Found in Lithuania
  • Supporters: Detained Bahrain Activist Leaves Hospital
  • Toyota Announces Recalls for Defective Air Bags, Canisters
  • EU President Says Other 27 Nations 'Absolutely Determined' to Stay United After British Departure
  • Israeli Security Cabinet OKs Reconciliation Deal With Turkey
  • Dubai Plans $2.9 Billion Metro Expansion to Serve Expo 2020
  • NY-Based Explorers Find 1868 Schooner Wreck in Lake Ontario
  • United Arab Emirates to Merge 2 Abu Dhabi Investment Funds
  • Istanbul Governor: Death Toll in Attack at City's Ataturk Airport Now at 41
  • Official: 23 Turkish Citizens, 13 Foreign Nationals Among Dead in Istanbul Airport Attack
  • VW's Main Shareholder Records Loss Over Emissions Scandal
  • Mitsubishi Motors to Accept Orders After Correcting Mileage
  • The Latest: Scottish Leader Meets With EU Over Brexit
  • Italy Recovers 2015 Sunk Migrant Boat, Hopes to ID Victims
  • Drug Pusher Deaths Jump as Philippine Leader Takes Office
  • Spain: Rajoy Hopes to Lead Government: Coalition or Minority
  • Sluggish Economy Casts Shadow Over Mongolia's Elections
  • Turkish Official Says 1 Iranian, 1 Ukrainian Are Among Victims of Istanbul Airport Attack
  • AP NewsAlert
  • German Consumer Confidence Rises but Clouds on Horizon
  • The Latest: Lithuanian Leader Says Listen to the People
  • Jordan Widens IS Crackdown; Signs of Home-Grown Extremism
  • Pyonghattan 2.0: More Skyscrapers Go up in N. Korea Capital
  • Recent Airport Attacks at a Glance
  • Suicide Bombings in Turkey Since July 2015
  • Australian Opposition Leader Shifts Position on Gay Marriage
  • Toyota Recalls 1.43 Million Vehicles for Defective Air Bags
  • Vietnam Recovers 8 Bodies From Missing Search Plane
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