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April 20th, 2017

As Tensions Rise Between the Koreas, Farming in the Demilitarized Zone Goes On Hanoi Mayor Urges Villagers to Free Police Officers and Officials
Russia Sends Troops, Equipment to North Korea Border Amid War Fears The Government's Own Data Shows Country of Origin Is a Poor Predictor of Terrorist Threat
The New Targets: FBI Stings Zero in on ISIS Sympathizers. Few Have Terrorist Links. Terrorism Defendants With Concrete Ties to Violent Extremists Leverage Their Connections to Avoid Prison
More Than 400 People Convicted of Terrorism in the US Have Been Released Since 9/11 ISIS Claims Credit for Policeman Killed in Paris
Trump: Iran Violating 'Spirit' of Nuclear Deal Mattis: US Won't Dig Into 'Mother of All Bombs' Damage in Afghanistan
Sessions Wants to Put People 'in Jail' for Leaks Weighing Arms Sale, US Seeks Saudi Pledge on Yemen Civilian Casualties
Election Could Boost Scotland Independence Calls Kosovo Citizen Indicted for Alleged War Crimes in 1999
Watchdog Rejects Russian Bid for New Syria Attack Probe Boko Haram Raid Killed Nine Nigerian Soldiers
Trump: Iran Not 'Living Up to Spirit' of Nuclear Deal Mali Returns Interim Authorities to Last Northern Cities
US Envoy: Iran and Hezbollah Want to Destabilize the Mideast Leftist Party Activist Killed in Southern Mexico
Israel Ambassador to the UN Slams PA Representative Over Barghouti Justice Dept. Debating Charges Against WikiLeaks Members in Revelations of Diplomatic, CIA Materials
Russian Navy Visits Philippines as Duterte Tightens Ties With US Foes Philippines Checks Report of 'Harassment' Near China-Controlled Reef
Philippine Minister Wants to Work With Maoist Rebels in Mine Rehab Egypt Says Air Strikes Kill ISIS Leaders in Sinai
Philippine Abu Sayyaf Leader With US Bounty Wants to Surrender: Army Indonesian Prosecutors Seek Suspended Jail Term for Jakarta Governor
US Preparing Charges Against Julian Assange Rwandan Man Jailed for Life for Genocide Crimes
Iraq's Shi'ite Ruling Coalition Opposes Kurds' Independence Referendum Pakistani Women Kill Man Accused of Blasphemy a Decade Ago: Police
Algerian Army Foils Suicide Attack in Northeastern City: Source Kenya's President Warns Against Violence During Party Nominations
Duterte's Office Rejects Drug-War Allegations as 'Movie Scenes' Vietnam Authorities Try to End Hostage Standoff
Pakistan's Top Court Rejects Call to Disqualify Prime Minister Syrian Army Advances Along Vital Highway in Rebel-Held Hama Province
Russia in Talks to Supply UAE With Dozens of SU-35 Jet Fighters: Tass Russia Says Metro Bomber Funded by 'International Terrorists' in Turkey
UK Government to Extend Northern Ireland Talks Deadline Until End of June: Sources Britain Says Trump's Position Shifting on Russia
US Says to Continue Training Regional Troops Against Lord's Resistance Army As Venezuela's Unrest Grows, Security Forces Struggle to Boost Ranks
Romania Intends to Buy Patriot Missiles From US to Boost Defenses Russian Marine Major Killed in Combat in Syria: Agencies
Argentina Eyes Brexit Advantage in Falklands Dispute UN Condemns North Korea Missile Launch After Russia, US Spar Over Words
Cameroon Orders Internet Restored to Restive Anglophone Region German Chancellery Investigated in Probe Into WikiLeaks Sources
US Troubled by Increasing Extrajudicial Killings in Philippines Second Policeman Dies of Wounds From Paris Shooting
US Pushes UN Security Council to Focus on Iran Not Israel US Sees Increased Activity by Chinese Bomber Aircraft: Officials
Venezuelan Opposition Protests Again Against Maduro France's Fillon Calls for Election Campaign to Be Suspended After Paris Shooting
Police Issue Arrest Warrant for Second Suspect in Paris Shooting: Document US, Iran Trade Barbs Over Landmark 2015 Nuclear Deal
Iran Approves 6 to Run for President, but Ahmadinejad Is Out French Policeman Killed in Paris Attack
Bulgaria Stops Five Germans on Way to Syria to Join Militant Groups Russia Bans Jehovah's Witnesses, Calling It an Extremist Group
Israel Lobbying FIFA to Prevent Settlement Teams' Ban Iranian, Chinese Firms to Sign First Nuclear Plant Redesign Contracts
Who Makes Millions Off Israel's Top Cyber Spy Agency? Unrelenting ISIS Fighters Make Endgame in Mosul Frustratingly Tough and Bloody
Putin Sends Troops to Russia's Border With North Korea Israeli Settlers and Soldiers Taunt Palestinian Hunger-Strikers With BBQ
General Motors Halts Operations in Venezuela After Factory Is Seized by Authorities North Korea Warns of 'Super-Mighty Preemptive Strike' as US Plans Next Move
Exxon Seeks US Waiver to Resume Russia Oil Venture White House Sidewalk to Be Closed to Public Permanently

April 19th, 2017

General Motors Says Venezuela Illegally Seizes Auto Plant Bodies Floating in Tigris River; 17 Killed in Iraq
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