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A top surgeon who harmed patients for years and can no longer work in the UK is operating again.

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South Korea reported 204 infections as of late Friday

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Confusion, sorrow and outrage are rippling across some immigrant communities after the announcement of a Trump administration policy that is expected to all but shut down family-based immigration from four countries

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Wave of defector politicians hope to change how South Koreans view the North

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Cruise ship passengers are the latest coronavirus infections in Australia

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Two Australians who tested negative for the coronavirus after a two-week quarantine on the Diamond Princess docked in Japan tested positive for the virus when they returned home

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While more than 7,000 candidates will vie in Iran’s parliamentary elections, many voters, unhappy with the economy and a lack of choice in candidates, say they will stay home

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State holds 'First Caucus in the West' and is also first test of candidates' appeal to minority voters

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Despite his words, administration has curbed legal as well as illegal immigration since Trump took office

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A federal appeals court is keeping a block on a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions as early as six weeks — when many women may not even know they are pregnant

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Former national security adviser John Bolton says the House's impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump were "grossly partisan" and said his testimony would not have changed Trump's acquittal in the Senate

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A selection of the best photos from across the continent and beyond this week.

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The Times said Trump was angry that the House briefing was made before the panel's chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, who led the impeachment proceedings

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President's decision to replace his top intel official followed classified briefing to lawmakers during which analysts warned Russia was seeking to get Trump reelected

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Kristin Xiao didn't return to her school in Virginia after visiting Wuhan for the Lunar New Year holidays

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But Benjamin Netanyahu says the plan would fail if he loses his own reelection next month

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The actor's new film tells the true story of an escape by anti-apartheid activists from Pretoria Prison in 1979.

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Port Harcourt resident Kalio says air pollution in the Nigerian city is damaging her health.

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European Union leaders are arguing into the night about the bloc's budget

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German intelligence official tells VOA that threat posed by far-right extremists 'is rising because of radicalization on the internet'

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In DR Congo President Tshisekedi's promised Kinshasa overpasses get off to an underwhelming. Their construction is making traffic even worse. Also we head to the seventh edition of the Kinshasa Book Festival.

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In DR Congo, President Felix Tshisekedi's promised "sheep jump" overpasses in Kinshasa get off to an underwhelming start. Their construction is making traffic even worse in the capital. Also, we head to the seventh edition of the Kinshasa Book Festival.

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To protect her playing abilities, London surgeons operate on her while she is awake and playing her instrument

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To protect her playing abilities, London surgeons operate on her while she is awake and playing her instrument

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