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  • Media Outlets Release Tax Arrangements Made by Top Players
  • Colombia Repatriates Dead as Airline's Licensing Questioned
  • Gambia's President Concedes Defeat After Election Loss
  • Tiger Avoids Mistakes and Posts 65 in 2nd Round Back
  • Libya's Tripoli Sees Worst Militias Clashes in 2 Years
  • Family of Colombia Crash Survivor 'Neto' Has Mixed Emotions
  • 2 Rare Canada Lynx Shot Dead in Maine; Feds Investigating
  • Russian Cargo Ship Runs Aground in High Winds Near Istanbul
  • 6 People Secured After Failed Armed Robbery in Paris
  • Japan Seeks to Keep Pressure on NKorea Over Abductions
  • The Latest: Colombia Repatriates Dead, Crash Investigated
  • Gambia's Longtime President Says He Will Step Down After Surprise Election Defeat
  • Philippines President Duterte Phones Trump
  • Bodies of Brazil Soccer Team Killed in Plane Crash Head Home
  • Saudi King Shakes up Top Religious, Advisory Council
  • Adulation of Fidel Castro Runs Deepest in Rural Eastern Cuba
  • Clarification: Romania-National Day Story
  • Cyprus President: No Bad Peace Deal Will Be Put to a Vote
  • Mercosur Suspends Venezuela for Failure to Follow Rules
  • Q&A: Candidates, Issues in Austria Presidential Election
  • Kerry: US, Russia Studying New Ideas to Stop Syria Fighting
  • The Latest: Syrian Army Clears Town Near Capital of Rebels
  • Radical Pirate Party to Seek to Form Government in Iceland
  • French Candidate: Trump's Win Frees Voters From 'Diktats'
  • UK Foreign Secretary Underscores Commitment to NATO
  • Iranian-American Art Dealer, Wife Detained in Iran
  • Iraqi Troops Bring to 23 Districts Retaken in Mosul
  • Calls for Ceasefire, Massive Displacement in Syria's Aleppo
  • Court Orders Release of Nigeria's Detained Shiite Leader
  • South American Nations Announce They Are Suspending Venezuela From the Mercosur Trade Group for Failure to Meet Rules
  • Death Threats and Abuse for Woman Leading Brexit Court Fight
  • Stolen Nazi Concentration Camp Gate Believed Found in Norway
  • China to US: Avoid Politics in Purchase of Germany's Aixtron
  • Japan's Foreign Minister, Putin Meet Ahead of Tokyo Visit
  • Rape Used for Ethnic Cleansing in South Sudan, Says UN Team
  • Francois Hollande: A Leader Perhaps Too 'Normal' for France?
  • Freezing Weather Blamed for Deaths, Road Delays in Poland
  • Ukraine's Leader Urges EU to Extend Sanctions Against Russia
  • Spain Raises Taxes to Try to Meet EU Deficit Target
  • Kofi Annan Begins Visit to Myanmar's Troubled Rakhine State
  • German Court Rejects Bias Claims in Auschwitz Medic Trial
  • Empowered Shiite Militias Poised to Dominate Key Iraq Town
  • UN Expert Says Torture Appeared Widespread After Turkey Coup
  • Lithuania Urges Trump to Uphold NATO Security Commitments
  • Europol Warns of New Terror Tactics, Fresh Threats to Europe
  • Pirates Seize Russian Captain, 2 Crew in Waters off Nigeria
  • Mandela Children's Hospital Opens in Johannesburg
  • Hong Kong Government Targets More Lawmakers Over Oaths
  • Lithuania Seeks Help to Spot Foreign Spies With Hotline
  • Germany Arrests Suspected Taliban Member
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