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Press group says Myanmar journalists arrested over documents
Reuters news agency has called on Myanmar to immediately release two of its journalists who were arrested for possessing "important secret papers" obtained from police
UN chief says sanctions key to denuclearize North Korea
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says unified efforts to fully implement sanctions on North Korea are key to resolving the country's growing missile and nuclear threat
UN chief: Iran may be defying UN on missiles, OK on nukes
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is warning that Iran may be defying a U.N. call to halt ballistic missile development even as it complies with the nuclear treaty with six world powers
10 Things to Know for Thursday
Among 10 Things to Know: GOP says it's got a deal on taxes; Republicans grapple with stunning Alabama loss; former 'Apprentice' contestant Omarosa leaving White House.
Nikki Haley vows to present 'irrefutable evidence' Iran 'deliberately violated international obligations'
Nikki Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, is set to lay out Thursday what the Trump administration claims is "irrefutable evidence that Iran has deliberately violated its international obligations and has tried and failed to cover up these violations," her office said in a
UN official: NKoreans say it is important to prevent war
The UN. political chief says senior North Korea officials told him during his visit to the country last week "that it was important to prevent war" over its rapidly advancing nuclear and ballistic missile programs
The Latest: Jerry Brown to Trump: "Get out of the way"
California Gov. Jerry Brown is urging President Donald Trump to start fighting climate change or to "get out of the way" and let the rest of the world work on reducing emissions and investing in clean energy
Alliance of communist parties leading poll results in Nepal
An alliance of two major communist parties is leading parliamentary election results in Nepal
UN approves Mali peacekeepers helping new Sahel force
The Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution that will enable the U.N. peacekeeping force in Mali to provide support to the new 5,000-troop African force that is charged with fighting extremists in western Africa's vast Sahel region
15 UN peacekeepers killed, over 50 hurt in Congo attack
15 UN peacekeepers killed, over 50 hurt in Congo attack, deadliest for UN in nearly 25 years