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Congo rebels attack, burn homes near UN base in eastCongo's army spokesman says rebels have burned homes and a car in a neighborhood in the country's east where U.N. peacekeeping forces have a base
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Demonstrators on Westminster Bridge in London, Saturday Nov. 17, 2018, for a protest group called 'Extinction Rebellion' to raise awareness of the dangers posed by climate change. Hundreds of protesters turned out in central London and blocked off the capital’s main bridges to demand the government take climate change seriously. (John Stillwell/PA via AP)
Climate change protesters block off 5 London bridgesHundreds of protesters have turned out in central London and blocked off the capital's main bridges to demand the government take climate change seriously
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Report: US-led airstrikes kill 40 in IS-held area of SyriaA Syria war monitor and state media are reporting that at least 40 people, mostly civilians, have been killed by U.S.-led airstrikes on the last pocket held by Islamic State militants in eastern Syria
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Azerbaijan opposition leaders arrested in capitalAuthorities in Azerbaijan have arrested two opposition leaders in the capital for attempting to organize a procession, including the laying of flowers, at a national cemetery known as the Alley of Martyrs
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Afghan official: Taliban target police checkpoint, killing 5An Afghan official says that at least five police officers have been killed when their checkpoint came under attack by insurgents in the northwestern Badghis province
The Associated Press3 hours ago
African leaders applaud Ethiopia prime minister for reformsAfrica's leaders applauded Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for making substantial reforms in his country as they met to consider improvements to the continent-wide body at a summit that started Saturday
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Pro and anti Brexit protesters hold placards as they vie for media attention near Parliament in London, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018.  Britain's Prime Minister May still faces the threat of a no-confidence vote, after several Conservative Party lawmakers said they had written letters asking for one. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
UK leader fights back against critics, defends Brexit dealBritish Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting back against critics of her Brexit deal, telling her Conservative opponents that their alternative plans for Britain's departure from the European Union wouldn't work
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping, left, and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev wave as they pose for a family photo with leaders and their spouses during the APEC Economic Leaders Meeting summit in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)
Pence, Xi trade barbs in speeches at Pacific summitChina's leader Xi Jinping and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence trade barbs in speeches to a summit of world leaders, outlining competing visions for global leadership.
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Criminal case as pollution surges in Russian riverSharp rise in pollution of Russian river sparks criminal investigation
The Associated Press3 hours ago
In this Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, file photo, Sinterklaas, the Dutch version of Santa Claus and traditionally played by a white person, arrives in Amsterdam, Netherlands. As many Dutch children eagerly anticipate the arrival of their country's version of Santa Claus this weekend, opponents and supporters of his controversial helper Black Pete are gearing up for protests. Black Pete is often played by white people with their faces daubed in dark makeup. Supporters see him as a traditional children's character, while opponents decry him as a racist stereotype. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Supporters, opponents clash over Dutch character Black PeteScattered confrontations break out between supporters and opponents of the controversial helper of the Dutch version of Santa Claus amid a fierce and increasingly polarized debate about the helper known as Black Pete
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Report: CIA Concludes Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi's DeathIt's not exactly a surprising conclusion, but it lends credence to the whispers—the CIA believes with "high confidence" that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was the one who put the hit out on Jamal Khashoggi , sources tell the Washington Post and New York Times . The Times notes two...
Newser3 hours ago
Demonstrators salute drivers blocking road in Rennes, western France, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2018, to protest against rising fuel taxes. France is bracing for a nationwide traffic mess as drivers plan to block roads to protest rising fuel taxes, in a new challenge to embattled President Emmanuel Macron. (AP Photo/David Vincent)
The Latest: 1 killed, 47 injured in France gas protestsFrench interior ministry officials say that one protester has been killed and 47 injured as demonstrators block roads around France to protest gas price increases
The Associated Press3 hours ago
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