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The president’s mixed-messaging over Iran has only added to the risk of a dangerous escalation.
Bitter political divisions are relatively new in the world’s largest democracy, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hoping to retain power as a weeks-long voting process draws to a close today.
A panda eats food at the Shenyang Forest Zoological Garden in Shenyang, China, in December 2017. (Getty Images)
A panda eats food at the Shenyang Forest Zoological Garden in Shenyang, China, in December 2017. (Getty Images)
Chinese researchers say the technology will help them keep better tabs on the bears both in captivity and in the wild.

Volodymyr Zelensky, the comedian turned populist, showed he was ready to take on the establishment.

Wilson Reynoso Vega drowned in cold, dark woods in Quebec as he made his way to the border.

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The outsider candidate is promising to 'drain the swamp.'

Their plight mirrors strains — and possible solutions — across the West.

Tensions could extend beyond the trade sphere and impact other areas of contention between Washington and Beijing.

The European Union is a top target for their anger, but a rally in Milan was all about plans to get deeper into the E.U. bureaucracy.

Polls had predicted Australia would swing to the opposition Labor Party with climate change among the top issues.

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Austria's right-wing coalition government had been under mounting pressure, even before news of the scandal broke.

As the Mexican population in the United States shrinks, Americans are increasingly migrating to Mexico.

Spending cutbacks by the Iran-allied Lebanese militia illustrate the profound impact of the sanctions, which are curtailing Iran’s ability to support its most powerful regional proxy.  

How will this affect U.S. companies?

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Human rights advocates hope Japan will further protections for the LGBT community ahead of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Online posts or texts about Islam are increasingly prosecuted.

Advisers help presidents make informed decisions – usually

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The president said it “may very well be a good thing” to confuse Iran about U.S. intentions.

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The Kremlin has voiced hope that the newly sworn Ukrainian president will help normalize ties with Russia.

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Seventy-five years after 160,000 Allied troops stormed Nazi-occupied France, the history of D-Day and its aftermath is still far from complete

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The five separatist leaders on trial for Catalonia’s 2017 secession attempt who were elected to the Spanish Parliament last month have picked up their official credentials under police escort.

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South Korea has vowed to move quickly on plans to provide $8 million worth of medical and nutritional aid for North Korean children and is also considering sending broader food aid to the country, which says it’s suffering its worst drought in decades

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Sudan’s ruling generals, protesters fail to reach deal on transfer of power but agree to keep alking

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Trump warns Iran not to threaten US again or it will face its ‘official end’ after rocket lands near embassy in Baghdad

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