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  • China Accuses US of Hampering Trade With Steel Duties
  • Philippines' Duterte Apologizes to Trudeau Over Beheading
  • New Taiwan President to Visit Allies Panama, Paraguay
  • G-7 in Sync With Japanese Prime Minister Abe's Own Agenda
  • The Latest: G-7 Leaders Arrive at Japan's Sacred Ise Shrine
  • Smokers and Polluters in New Zealand Hit With Higher Taxes
  • Takata Taps Asset Management Firm Lazard to Help Recall Woes
  • India Vows Swift Justice After African Student Killed
  • Australian Lawmaker Links Trade Dispute With Asylum Seekers
  • UN: Food Aid Reaches 41.9 Percent of Those Besieged in Syria
  • Israel's Netanyahu Adds Hard-Liner to Coalition
  • Recordings Put Pressure on Allies of Brazil's Acting Leader
  • UN Envoy Says Radically More Must Be Done for Mideast Peace
  • UN Lifts Last Sanctions on Liberia in Sign of Support
  • Colombia: Missing Journalist May Not Be Hostage of Rebels
  • Lawsuit: Cubans Who Scaled Keys Lighthouse Should Stay in US
  • Russia Accuses Turkey of Supplying Islamic State Extremists
  • Judge Gives Drug Convict Probation, Cites Other Consequences
  • Venezuela Breaks up Drug Ring, Seized 3.4 Tons of Cocaine
  • Lions Lick Tent While Campers Inside It in Botswana Park
  • Rights Group: 2 Aid Workers Kidnapped in Eastern Congo
  • UK Looks Into Italian Claims That WWII Sub Has Been Found
  • 1st US Firefighters Head to Canada to Help Attack Huge Blaze
  • UN Chief Calls for Restraint Amid Congo Political Tension
  • Hamas Planning to Execute 13 Convicted Murderers
  • Belgium Questions 4 IS Suspects Who May Have Planned Attacks
  • Judge Finds Man Not Find Criminally Responsible in Killing 5
  • What Next for Greece? Loan Averts Crisis but Debt Still Huge
  • NATO's Star Sculpture Is Moving to the Alliance's New Home
  • Ukrainian Who Posed as Student Faces Federal Fraud Charges
  • Freed Ukrainian Pilot Gets Hero's Welcome on Return to Kiev
  • South Korea's President Arrives in Ethiopia
  • Zimbabwe: Thousands March for Mugabe
  • Cyprus: UN Shares Blame in Kerfuffle That Paused Peace Talks
  • Little-Known Extremist Cleric Chosen to Lead Afghan Taliban
  • Belgian Authorities Detain 4 Suspected IS Recruiters, Say They May Have Planned New Attacks
  • Turkish Official: Kurdish Rebel Car Bombing Kills 3
  • The Latest: US Diplomat Overjoyed at Ukraine Pilot's Release
  • South African Rhino Endures, 1 Year After Horrific Attack
  • Cameroon Teen Escapes Boko Haram After Raid
  • Swiss Region: Muslim Boys Must Shake Female Teachers' Hands
  • Extremist Attack on Health Post in Niger Kills 6
  • Egypt Deports French Journalist in Latest Crackdown on Press
  • Judge: US Man Charged in Uganda Counterfeit Plot Could Flee
  • The Latest: Bail Denied for Man Charged in Counterfeiting
  • Euro Disney Goes on Trial for Alleged Hiring Discrimination
  • Azerbaijan Frees Investigative Journalist Khadija Ismayilova
  • Bank of Canada: Economy Will Shrink Due to Alberta Wildfires
  • 3 Polish Men Held for Planting Explosive Under Police Cars
  • Liberia Chairman, Speaker Charged on Alleged Bribes
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