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China has announced a list of U.S. goods including pork and aluminum pipe it says may be hit by higher tariffs in response to President Donald Trump's higher import duties on steel and aluminum
Several thousand protesters gathered in Peru's capital say they are outraged not just at Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski but all of congress, which is debating whether to accept the leader's offer to resign amid allegations of wrongdoing
The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack in Britain earlier this month, reinforcing a united stand against Russia
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he's tackling the country's staggering inflation by lopping three zeros off the increasingly worthless bolivar currency
Top outlets protest in case that has drawn parallels with #MeToo movement.
A forensic pathologist said Mark Dombroski died from a fall off a 35-foot cliff.
Brazil's top court has decided narrowly to give former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva temporary relief from prison on a corruption conviction until the justices meet once more to decide the future of the left-leaning leader
An explosion has rocked a chemical factory in the Czech Republic, killing six people and injuring two others
A Peruvian judge will consider a request to bar President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski from leaving the country if the opposition-controlled congress decides to accept the embattled leader's resignation.
The author of a highly critical book about Pope Francis, entitled "The Dictator Pope," has been suspended by the Knights of Malta lay religious order
Mexican police said Thursday a journalist who ran a local news website was shot to death in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz
The top U.S. commander for the war in Afghanistan says America has a role to play in setting the conditions for members of the Taliban to lay down their weapons and move back into Afghanistan's society
It said it would investigate if Israelis' personal data was used illegally.
Hundreds of Syrian opposition fighters and their relatives began evacuating a key besieged town in eastern Ghouta, marking the first such rebel surrender from the bombed-out region east of Damascus
Lebanon's Hezbollah and opposition activist group say second-largest rebel group in eastern Ghouta declares cease-fire to negotiate leaving the area
Meanwhile, inspectors were allowed to take the poisoned spy's blood samples.
Animal cafes featuring kangaroos, meerkats, sheep, raccoons and more are the latest experience to hit Hongdae Street in Seoul.
EU leaders gave a cautious welcome Thursday to news that the 28-nation bloc could be exempt from President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs, relieved that a costly trade war might yet be avoided
Nigeria says just 1 schoolgirl left in hands of Boko Haram and 'will not be abandoned'
The chief rabbi of the Sephardic community used two slurs in his speech.