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Britain is third-largest market for Calais and broader northern France region

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Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard says that Mexico's government doesn't agree with a US Supreme Court order that would block migrants from countries other than Mexico and Canada from applying for asylum at US borders

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Venezuela's former military spy chief has told a Spanish court that he won't waive extradition to the U.S. to face drug trafficking and other charges

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Zozo Chief Executive Yusaku Maezawa told reporters at a Tokyo hotel that he was stepping down to devote more time to training for a trip to the moon in 2023

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Public officials in Akron, Ohio, say no amount of money will restore the families and institutions that have been adversely affected by the opioid crisis

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Taliban negotiators were at odds with their Council of Leaders, or shura, about whether to travel to Camp David even before President Donald Trump abruptly canceled the high-stakes meeting planned for last weekend

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A government shutdown remains unlikely, but agencies face weeks or months on autopilot while frozen at this year’s levels if the logjam isn’t broken

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'To achieve market stability, it's imperative we maintain a high degree of cohesiveness within OPEC and within also our partners in OPEC,' said Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, speaking at a meeting of the organization's Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee in Abu Dhabi

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Zimbabwe's president and the family of former president Robert Mugabe are in discussions Thursday to decide where the deceased leader will be buried

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The page had called on voters to prevent the establishment of a government composed of 'Arabs who want to destroy us all — women, children and men'

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President Miguel Diaz-Canel blames diesel fuel shortage on US economic sanctions

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The United States is delaying some tariff hikes on Chinese goods

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On the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks against the United States, President Donald Trump says the U.S. is "hitting the enemy" in Afghanistan harder than ever before. This just days after he announced had canceled peace talks with the Taliban at Camp David.

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Increased costs for aluminum and steel, and lower prices for crops, mostly attributable to tariffs, are forcing many American farmers to hold off purchasing large, expensive equipment. VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports from this year's Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois, farmers want new equipment that uses the latest technology but are struggling to afford it and encounter obstacles getting loans from banks.

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Lawmaker predicts release of $250 million regardless of findings of controversial White House audit

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The committee has been examining President Donald Trump’s actions and allegations of obstruction of justice and corruption

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Iran’s ambassador to Britain tweeted Wednesday that a private company bought Adrian Darya 1’s oil at sea off Syria’s coast, fueling debate about whether any crude has been offloaded

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Some Rwandans who used to be wildlife poachers have turned into conservationists. For VOA, reporter Eugene Uwimana has more from the Gorilla Guardians Village, located near Volcanoes National Park in Northern Rwanda

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Surfing is an ancient Polynesian art that became a craze in the U.S. and Australia in the 1950s. In the U.S., California and Hawaii were ground zero for surf culture, and surf-based movies and music are still a thing.

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Arab citizens of Israel make up 20% of the population and could play a role in making up the government coalition. They have never joined a government in Israel's history, but some say it may be time to change.

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U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday announced action against flavored electronic cigarettes, which have been linked to breathing problems, lung damage and death. Vaping has become popular, as many considered it healthier than smoking.

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It sent a shudder through the community late last year when PacifiCorp, the Naughton Power Plant’s owner, announced that closing the plant early would save its customers nearly $200 million on fuel and maintenance costs

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Nationally televised debate Thursday in Houston, Texas, is third in string of Democratic presidential debates ahead of next year’s party election contests to pick a nominee

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Tall fencing is going up along a part of the U.S.-Mexico border that’s seen a steep increase in the number of migrant families who cross illegally

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‘Akilisi Pohiva has died at 78 after suffering pneumonia

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