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US could seek vote early next week on its draft UN resolution indefinitely extending the conventional weapons ban and other sanctions

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Government meteorologists say they could run out of names for storms

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Attorney General Letitia James says NRA leaders used members’ contributions and donations as ‘their own piggy bank’ and misspent $64 million over three years

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An American company has reportedly reached a deal with Kurdish forces in northeast Syria to develop and export crude oil

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Cybercrime law amendments and Sudanese army’s plans to take legal action against journalists are troubling signs for press freedom, reporters and rights group say

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Trump and McConnell both badly want an agreement, but Democrats control the House and may actually provide the lion's share of votes in the Senate

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International aid pours in after massive explosion at Beirut port

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Former King Juan Carlos left Spain this week under a storm of scandal, sparking a surge in republican sentiment

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First plane filled with food, water, medical supplies arrives Thursday

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Administration’s shuttering of Houston consulate follows years of frustrated government efforts to thwart Beijing’s IP theft

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RFE/RL has called for an investigation and for Bulgarian authorities to condemn the incident.

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New designation will apply exclusively to ‘outlets where the state exercises control over editorial content through financial resources, direct or indirect political pressures’

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Letitia James charges national gun group’s leadership with illegally diverting funds for private use

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Scientists predict a vaccine won’t be ready prior to year’s end, but the president seems to be hoping for an earlier date that could boost his reelection chances

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But top US infectious disease expert says coronavirus will never be totally eradicated

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Some Spaniards are calling for a referendum on eliminating the monarchy, others worry separatists may seize opportunity to fracture Spain

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As tensions escalate over the Nile River Dam, refugees say racism and fear are also on the rise in Egypt  

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Hook's departure comes as the United Nations Security Council prepares to vote next week on a US bid to extend an international arms embargo on Iran

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Fake news about the coronavirus can do real harm. Polygraph.info is spotlighting fact-checks from other reliable sources here​.

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Cuba has launched the first in a series of long-promised reforms meant to bolster the country's struggling private sector and its economy as a whole

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'This is a very historic day for our nation, and I do not take this moment lightly,' Charles Brown Jr. said Thursday at a ceremony just outside Washington

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Long-running dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia over Nile River dam, which remains unresolved is sparking uptick in hostilities

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Mike DeWine's test was performed as matter of standard protocol in preparation for him getting ready to greet visiting President Donald Trump at Cleveland airport

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Researchers find common cold could produce immune system 'memory' for fighting COVID-19

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