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European official urges closure of Bosnian migrant camp
Date Time December 03, 2019, 06:12
European official urges closure of Bosnian migrant camp
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Iran for First Time Acknowledges Protesters Were Shot Dead
Date Time December 03, 2019, 05:54
Iran for First Time Acknowledges Protesters Were Shot Dead
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Russias Putin signs law to label people foreign agents
Date Time December 02, 2019, 12:49
Russia's Putin signs law to label people foreign agents
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China Approves Symbolic Sanctions against U.S. in Response to Pro-Democracy Hong Kong Legislation
Date Time December 02, 2019, 07:02
China Approves Symbolic Sanctions against U.S. in Response to Pro-Democracy Hong Kong Legislation
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Trans Rights Campaigners Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Heres Why
Date Time December 02, 2019, 07:22
Trans Rights Campaigners Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Here's Why
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With Brutal Crackdown, Iran Convulsed by Worst Unrest in 40 Years
Date Time December 02, 2019, 07:26
With Brutal Crackdown, Iran Convulsed by Worst Unrest in 40 Years
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Trans-Rights Protestors Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Heres Why
Date Time December 02, 2019, 07:22
Trans-Rights Protestors Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Here's Why
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Hong Kong Unrest Rages on as Police Clash With Protesters
Date Time December 01, 2019, 13:22
Hong Kong Unrest Rages on as Police Clash With Protesters
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Tear Gas Fired as Protesters Return to Streets: Hong Kong Update
Date Time December 01, 2019, 04:16
Tear Gas Fired as Protesters Return to Streets: Hong Kong Update
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Saudi laws continue to hold women back from travel despite MBS reforms
Date Time November 28, 2019, 11:58
Saudi laws continue to hold women back from travel despite MBS reforms
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Iraq crackdown kills nearly 40 after Iran mission torched
Date Time November 28, 2019, 15:53
Iraq crackdown kills nearly 40 after Iran mission torched
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Iran arrests eight linked to CIA in street unrest
Date Time November 27, 2019, 18:16
Iran arrests eight 'linked to CIA' in street unrest
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3 Afghan Schools, 165 Accounts of Students Being Raped
Date Time November 26, 2019, 13:55
3 Afghan Schools, 165 Accounts of Students Being Raped
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Former Hong Kong Leader Says Protests Won’t Force China’s Hand
Date Time November 28, 2019, 01:33
Former Hong Kong Leader Says Protests Won’t Force China’s Hand
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Iran supreme leader says very dangerous plot foiled
Date Time November 27, 2019, 12:19
Iran supreme leader says 'very dangerous' plot foiled
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When Will Corbyn Realise: Nothing Labour Can Offer Is More Important Than Anti-Semitism
Date Time November 27, 2019, 07:49
When Will Corbyn Realise: Nothing Labour Can Offer Is More Important Than Anti-Semitism
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The Muslim Council of Britain accuses Conservative party of “approaching Islamophobia with denial, dismissal and deceit”
Date Time November 26, 2019, 11:14
The Muslim Council of Britain accuses Conservative party of “approaching Islamophobia with denial, dismissal and deceit”
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Is Bolivia turning into a rightwing military dictatorship?
Date Time November 26, 2019, 05:42
Is Bolivia turning into a rightwing military dictatorship?
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Jeremy Corbyn Urges Critics To Engage With Him Over Handling Of Anti-Semitism
Date Time November 26, 2019, 08:29
Jeremy Corbyn Urges Critics To 'Engage' With Him Over Handling Of Anti-Semitism
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U.K. Chief Rabbi Suggests Voters Should Avoid Corbyn’s Labour
Date Time November 25, 2019, 17:29
U.K. Chief Rabbi Suggests Voters Should Avoid Corbyn’s Labour
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A Victory for Democracy in Hong Kong
Date Time November 25, 2019, 13:33
A Victory for Democracy in Hong Kong
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Britains Chief Rabbi Warns Of Poison In The Labour Party Sanctioned From The Top
Date Time November 25, 2019, 16:46
Britain's Chief Rabbi Warns Of 'Poison' In The Labour Party 'Sanctioned From The Top'
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Tory Manifesto Has Sinister Plan To Put Government Beyond Legal Scrutiny
Date Time November 25, 2019, 07:57
Tory Manifesto Has 'Sinister' Plan To Put Government 'Beyond Legal Scrutiny'
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Pro-Democracy Candidates Set to Take Majority: Hong Kong Update
Date Time November 24, 2019, 15:59
Pro-Democracy Candidates Set to Take Majority: Hong Kong Update
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Pro-Democracy Forces in Hong Kong Bolstered by Huge Election Win
Date Time November 24, 2019, 21:05
Pro-Democracy Forces in Hong Kong Bolstered by Huge Election Win
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Dominic Raab and Andy McDonald Square Up On Live TV Over Party Racism
Date Time November 23, 2019, 06:47
Dominic Raab and Andy McDonald Square Up On Live TV Over Party Racism
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Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
Date Time November 21, 2019, 23:01
Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
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Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
Date Time November 21, 2019, 23:01
Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
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China summons U.S. diplomat, vows to retaliate if Trump signs Hong Kong democracy act into law
Date Time November 20, 2019, 08:53
China summons U.S. diplomat, vows to retaliate if Trump signs Hong Kong democracy act into law
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Israel lurches towards third election after Benny Gantz fails to form government
Date Time November 20, 2019, 12:47
Israel lurches towards third election after Benny Gantz fails to form government
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China Defends Crackdown on Muslim Minorities after Document Leak Reveals Human Rights Abuses
Date Time November 18, 2019, 08:24
China Defends Crackdown on Muslim Minorities after Document Leak Reveals Human Rights Abuses
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Israel intercepts rocket fire from Syria, reportedly hits back
Date Time November 19, 2019, 03:18
Israel intercepts rocket fire from Syria, reportedly hits back
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Rights group: Nicaragua plans charges for detained activists
Date Time November 17, 2019, 15:28
Rights group: Nicaragua plans charges for detained activists
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Strongman Back in Sri Lanka, Raising Fears of Tilt to China
Date Time November 17, 2019, 23:18
Strongman Back in Sri Lanka, Raising Fears of Tilt to China
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Chile police stopped rescue workers helping dying protester: human rights watchdog
Date Time November 16, 2019, 18:45
Chile police stopped rescue workers helping dying protester: human rights watchdog
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U.S. Senate Sets Up Expedited Vote on Hong Kong Democracy Bill
Date Time November 14, 2019, 15:48
U.S. Senate Sets Up Expedited Vote on Hong Kong Democracy Bill
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Why The Conservative Party Pledge To Protect Veterans From Unfair Trials Is Controversial
Date Time November 11, 2019, 13:12
Why The Conservative Party Pledge To Protect Veterans From 'Unfair Trials' Is Controversial
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These Men Say Women Raped Them. But The Law Does Not Agree
Date Time November 09, 2019, 03:00
These Men Say Women Raped Them. But The Law Does Not Agree
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Indigenous Mexicans tortured in migrant crackdown win public apology
Date Time November 07, 2019, 13:32
Indigenous Mexicans tortured in migrant crackdown win public apology
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Essex Lorry Deaths: These Are The 39 People Who Lost Their Lives
Date Time November 08, 2019, 10:03
Essex Lorry Deaths: These Are The 39 People Who Lost Their Lives
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U.S. Warns Asean That Cambodia Exiles Face Torture if Sent Back
Date Time November 07, 2019, 22:21
U.S. Warns Asean That Cambodia Exiles Face Torture if Sent Back
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Canadian man who lost eye after police beating says he had no chance to fight back
Date Time November 06, 2019, 13:50
Canadian man who lost eye after police beating says he had 'no chance to fight back'
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Jho Low Obtained EU Passport in 2015, Politis Says
Date Time November 04, 2019, 03:11
Jho Low Obtained EU Passport in 2015, Politis Says
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Rand Paul Used to Be a Whistleblower’s Hero. Now He Wants to Out Them
Date Time November 05, 2019, 19:01
Rand Paul Used to Be a Whistleblower’s Hero. Now He Wants to Out Them
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Michael Gove Pledges Inquiry Into Tory Islamophobia Before End Of The Year
Date Time November 05, 2019, 02:45
Michael Gove Pledges Inquiry Into Tory Islamophobia Before End Of The Year
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Deepening repression alongside Saudi reforms: HRW
Date Time November 03, 2019, 18:45
'Deepening repression' alongside Saudi reforms: HRW
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Kentucky Supreme Court Tosses Suit against Designer that Refused to Print Gay Pride T-Shirts
Date Time November 01, 2019, 15:09
Kentucky Supreme Court Tosses Suit against Designer that Refused to Print Gay Pride T-Shirts
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Uber Driver Given Death Sentence For Murdering British Diplomat Rebecca Dykes
Date Time November 01, 2019, 09:29
Uber Driver Given Death Sentence For Murdering British Diplomat Rebecca Dykes
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Mental Health Act: Calls To End Horrific Detention Of Young People With Autism
Date Time November 01, 2019, 04:53
Mental Health Act: Calls To End 'Horrific' Detention Of Young People With Autism
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Migrants on Greek islands on edge of catastrophe: Council of Europe
Date Time October 31, 2019, 06:06
Migrants on Greek islands 'on edge of catastrophe': Council of Europe
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European official urges closure of Bosnian migrant camp
Iran for First Time Acknowledges Protesters Were Shot Dead
Russia's Putin signs law to label people foreign agents
China Approves Symbolic Sanctions against U.S. in Response to Pro-Democracy Hong Kong Legislation
Trans Rights Campaigners Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Here's Why
With Brutal Crackdown, Iran Convulsed by Worst Unrest in 40 Years
Trans-Rights Protestors Are Marching To The Indian High Commission In London – Here's Why
Hong Kong Unrest Rages on as Police Clash With Protesters
Tear Gas Fired as Protesters Return to Streets: Hong Kong Update
Saudi laws continue to hold women back from travel despite MBS reforms
Iraq crackdown kills nearly 40 after Iran mission torched
Iran arrests eight 'linked to CIA' in street unrest
3 Afghan Schools, 165 Accounts of Students Being Raped
Former Hong Kong Leader Says Protests Won’t Force China’s Hand
Iran supreme leader says 'very dangerous' plot foiled
When Will Corbyn Realise: Nothing Labour Can Offer Is More Important Than Anti-Semitism
The Muslim Council of Britain accuses Conservative party of “approaching Islamophobia with denial, dismissal and deceit”
Is Bolivia turning into a rightwing military dictatorship?
Jeremy Corbyn Urges Critics To 'Engage' With Him Over Handling Of Anti-Semitism
U.K. Chief Rabbi Suggests Voters Should Avoid Corbyn’s Labour
A Victory for Democracy in Hong Kong
Britain's Chief Rabbi Warns Of 'Poison' In The Labour Party 'Sanctioned From The Top'
Tory Manifesto Has 'Sinister' Plan To Put Government 'Beyond Legal Scrutiny'
Pro-Democracy Candidates Set to Take Majority: Hong Kong Update
Pro-Democracy Forces in Hong Kong Bolstered by Huge Election Win
Dominic Raab and Andy McDonald Square Up On Live TV Over Party Racism
Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
Saudi Arabia’s Oil Heartland Is Calm. That’s Bad News for Iran
China summons U.S. diplomat, vows to retaliate if Trump signs Hong Kong democracy act into law
Israel lurches towards third election after Benny Gantz fails to form government
China Defends Crackdown on Muslim Minorities after Document Leak Reveals Human Rights Abuses
Israel intercepts rocket fire from Syria, reportedly hits back
Rights group: Nicaragua plans charges for detained activists
Strongman Back in Sri Lanka, Raising Fears of Tilt to China
Chile police stopped rescue workers helping dying protester: human rights watchdog
U.S. Senate Sets Up Expedited Vote on Hong Kong Democracy Bill
Why The Conservative Party Pledge To Protect Veterans From 'Unfair Trials' Is Controversial
These Men Say Women Raped Them. But The Law Does Not Agree
Indigenous Mexicans tortured in migrant crackdown win public apology
Essex Lorry Deaths: These Are The 39 People Who Lost Their Lives
U.S. Warns Asean That Cambodia Exiles Face Torture if Sent Back
Canadian man who lost eye after police beating says he had 'no chance to fight back'
Jho Low Obtained EU Passport in 2015, Politis Says
Rand Paul Used to Be a Whistleblower’s Hero. Now He Wants to Out Them
Michael Gove Pledges Inquiry Into Tory Islamophobia Before End Of The Year
'Deepening repression' alongside Saudi reforms: HRW
Kentucky Supreme Court Tosses Suit against Designer that Refused to Print Gay Pride T-Shirts
Uber Driver Given Death Sentence For Murdering British Diplomat Rebecca Dykes
Mental Health Act: Calls To End 'Horrific' Detention Of Young People With Autism
Migrants on Greek islands 'on edge of catastrophe': Council of Europe
Jewish Labour Movement Refuses To Campaign For Jeremy Corbyn In Election
Belgium bars Chinese professor suspected of spying for Beijing
Six Syrian soldiers killed as regime army and Turkish military clash for first time since offensive
Tanzania backsliding on freedoms under Magufuli: Amnesty, HRW
Essex Lorry Deaths: Vietnamese Families Fear For Missing Relatives As Police Meet With Ambassador
Essex Lorry Deaths: Vietnamese Families Fear For Missing Relatives
Amnesty leaders condemn US's Remain in Mexico policy as 'disgrace'
Essex Lorry Deaths: Family Fears For Missing Vietnamese Woman
Who Are We Kidding, Racism Is An Open Secret At Universities
Iranian beauty queen pleads for asylum in the Philippines
Canadian Court Rules against Transgender Activist Jessica Yaniv in Fight with Beauticians over Waxing
How Hong Kong Protesters Show Which Businesses Are Friend or Foe
Hong Kong Police Already Have AI Tech That Can Recognize Faces
Shamima Begum appeals against loss of British citizenship but Home Office suggests plight is her 'own fault'
Haiti's dicey prison conditions made worse by crisis
Petrol bombs thrown in Hong Kong as anger flares over 'triad' attack on protest leader
US forces withdraw from key base in northern Syria
Five Massive News Stories From The Weekend That Have Nothing To Do With Brexit
Man Held After Teenager Stabbed, March Goes On: Hong Kong Update
5 Massive News Stories From Today That Have Nothing To Do With Brexit
Syria Truce Shaky as Erdogan, Kurds Disagree on What It Means
Protesters Lose Appeal on Police’s March Ban: Hong Kong Update
Suspect in Case Behind Unrest to Surrender: Hong Kong Update
Ministers Using Abortion Rights As 'Bargaining Chips' In Brexit Talks With DUP
Hong Kong Activist Renews Call for March After Hammer Attack
The Latest: HK protest organizer attacked with hammers
U.S. House Passes Bill Aimed at Supporting Hong Kong Protests
Hong Kong Protesters Rage Against Corporate China's Growing Control
Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam Vows to Address Housing Crunch in Policy Speech
China Threatens to Retaliate If U.S. Enacts Hong Kong Bill
China Threatens to Retaliate if U.S. Passes Hong Kong Bill
CNN’s Anti-Religious Town Hall
Syria Kurds keep Turkey at bay in border town: monitor
The Latest: Catalan activist say they will appeal to Europe
Hong Kong Under ‘De Facto Curfew’ as Subway Stations Shut Early
U.S. Forces Try to Stop Syrian Regime Forces From Helping Kurds Fight Turkey
China’s Xi warns efforts to divide China will end with ‘crushed bodies and shattered bones'
U.S. Forces Reportedly Preventing Syrian Regime Forces from Helping Kurds Fight Turkey
Turkish-backed rebels accused of killing unarmed Kurdish civilians
Islamic State Rears Its Head, Adding to Chaos as Turkey Battles Kurds
Mattis: Trump's troop pullout will lead to 'disarray' in Syria and Isis resurgence
Heavy fighting as Syria Kurds hold off Turkish assault
Kurds In London Angry And Fearful After Donald Trump's 'Betrayal'
Apple Backtracks, Removes Hong Kong Police App In Response to Chinese Pressure
US sends asylum seekers to Mexico’s border towns as it warns citizens of violence in region
Trump Feuds With Minneapolis Mayor Over Rally: Campaign Update
This Is Why Violence Is Tearing Iraq Apart Again After Two Years Of Relative Calm
Nine jihadists killed in Russia strikes on Idlib: monitor
Iraq cleric Sadr demands government resign as deadly protests spike
Northern Ireland’s Abortion Laws Are Archaic – But The Fight Isn’t Over
Protester Shot in H.K. on China’s National Day: Hong Kong Update
Northern Ireland's Abortion Law Breaches UK Human Rights Commitments
Justice For Jamal Khashoggi Is A Test For Everyone, Not Just Saudi Arabia
Justice For Jamal Khashoggi Is Not Just A Test For Saudi Arabia, But For All Who Claim To Care About Media Freedom
Hong Kong Protester Shot by Police in Heated Clash
Fresh clashes in Indonesia as protesters adopt 'Hong Kong-style' tactics in fight for rights
Xi Hails Future of China-Hong Kong Relations as Protests Rage
Clashes Intensify With Petrol Bombs and Fires: Hong Kong Update
BBC Staff ‘Told Not To Join Protests Backing Naga Munchetty’
18 Transgender Killings This Year Raise Fears of an 'Epidemic'
Labour's Margaret Hodge Facing Reselection Battle After Members Trigger Challenge
Riot Police Stand By as Demonstrators Gather: Hong Kong Update
The Fiver | Sinful, repressed football-following folk looking to have a good time
White Girls, 10 and 11, Accused of Hate Crime After Assaulting Black Classmate
China Accused of Harvesting Organs of Uighurs, Falun Gong Religious Group
Mexico searching another dump in case of 43 missing students
U.S. leads condemnation of China for 'horrific' repression of Muslims
Most Protesters Depart After Mobbing Malls: Hong Kong Update
Israeli soldier's mother asks world to help repatriate remains from Gaza
Billy Porter Is First Gay Black Man To Win Emmy For Lead Actor In A Drama
Billy Porter Is First Openly Gay Black Man To Win Emmy For Lead Actor In A Drama
China Offers Its Side of Human Rights Debate Before National Day
U.S. Orders 2 Universities to Recast Tone on Israel
Egypt's hardline president el-Sissi faces calls to quit in rare protests
Labour Chief Jennie Formby Thanks NHS For Saving Her Life From Cancer
Who Will Be Labour's Next Leader? Why Laura Pidcock Is The One To Watch
Labour MPs To Face Reselection Battles Despite Impending Snap Election
Hong Kong Protesters Battle Police, Set Fire to Key Subway Station
Amazon deforestation is driven by criminal networks, report finds
Hong Kong lawmaker urges UN to probe growing 'police brutality'
Chuka Umunna Denies Joining Lib Dems Out Of 'Crude Self Interest'
Stephen King’s Imprisoned Kids Mirror the Horror at the Border
Hong Kong Police Ban Mass March After Subway Station Fire
I Quit Labour A Year Ago Over Anti-Semitism. Tell Me What’s Changed?
Operation Yellowhammer Report Reveals No-Deal Brexit Could Lead To Shortages Of Medicine, Food And Fuel
Operation Yellowhammer Documents Reveal No-Deal Brexit Could Lead To Shortages Of Medicine, Food And Fuel
Central Hong Kong Hit With Violence After Lam’s Big Concession
Hizbollah 'shoots down Israeli drone' inside Lebanon amid rising tensions
The Hate-Crime Spike in New York City Has Nothing to Do with White Supremacy
Moscow Cops Raid Offices of Putin Opponent Alexei Navalny, Who Just Won’t Quit
Turkey threatens to ‘open gates’ for Syrian refugees to leave and move to the West if it doesn't get safe zone
Asia Bibi pleads for justice for victims of Pakistan's harsh blasphemy laws as she plans to settle in Europe
15 years on, relatives of Beslan massacre victims demand answers
Ceasefire in Syria at risk of collapse after US airstrike
Cease-fire brings temporary calm to Syria's Idlib
US strikes jihadists in Syria, monitor says 40 killed
Tens of Thousands of Marchers Defy Police Ban: Hong Kong Update
Girls schools could admit trans boys under proposals being considered by equalities watchdog
Key Hong Kong Protest Organizer Attacked by Armed Masked Men
Hong Kong Police Warn of More Arrests After Sweep of Activists
China says tanks crossing border into Hong Kong are 'routine' troop rotation
Hong Kong Police Ban Mass Weekend Protest March, Citing Safety
Hong Kong Officials Met With U.S. Lawmakers About Punishing China
Hong Kong Police Ban Mass Weekend Protest March, Organizer Says
Republicans Look to Punish Chinese Leaders Over Hong Kong Crackdown
European court: Russia put lawyer Magnitsky's life in danger
After Beating and Hernia, American Prisoner Paul Whelan Refused Hospitalization by FSB Doctors
Captain Of Migrant Rescue Ship Refuses Paris Medal Over ‘Hypocrisy’
1 In 8 Employers Still Hesitate Over Hiring Women They Think Might Get Pregnant
Syria regime forces take full control of key town
High Court Upholds Ban On Protests Outside Ealing Abortion Clinic
Damascus angered by Turkish army convoy heading for key Syria town
Hundreds of thousands defy military warnings to protest in Hong Kong
TV presenter punched live on air during protest
This Teenager Escaped Repression in West Africa. ICE Claimed He Was an Adult, and Jailed Him Anyway
Thousands Begin Dispersing After Rainy Rally: Hong Kong Update
Tens of Thousands Mass in Park for Rainy Rally: Hong Kong Update
Iceland commemorates first glacier lost to climate change
The Anniversary Of Peterloo Is A Timely Reminder That Attempts To Suppress Voters Must Be Resisted
Google employees call for pledge not to work with ICE
Syria regime forces inch closer to key jihadist-held town: monitor
Airport Cleans Up After Night of Protest Chaos: Hong Kong Update
Hong Kong protesters apologise after violence in airport
Hong Kong airport cancels flights as Carrie Lam warns of 'path of no return'
Beijing 'preparing tanks at Hong Kong border', warns Trump as protesters clash with police at airport
Airport Protesters Leave After Day of Drama: Hong Kong Update
Clashes kill 70 combatants in northwest Syria: monitor
The Latest: Congress party says people dying in Kashmir
Modi says Kashmir decision will rid region of 'terrorism and separatism'
Clashes kill 55 combatants in northwest Syria: monitor
The Latest: Pakistan to go to Security Council over Kashmir
Migrant workers in Qatar hold rare strikes over conditions as 2022 World Cup looms
I Was Ignorant About Trans Kids. Then I Became The Mom Of One
Damascus seizes two Syria villages from jihadists and rebels
Regime advances after scrapping northwest Syria truce: monitor
Jeremy Corbyn's leadership has 'radicalised' some Labour members into attacking Israel and Jews, report finds
El Salvador’s new president celebrates country’s first day without a murder for two years
El Salvador’s new president celebrates country's first day without a murder for two years
Coalition says strike kills 5 IS jihadists in Syria
Alexei Navalny: Everything We Know About The Russian Opposition Leader's 'Allergic Reaction'
Israel fires missiles into south Syria: state media
Syrian father scrambles to reach his children after airstrike in Idlib
U.S. to ramp up rapid deportations with sweeping new rule
More than 36 Syrian civilians killed in Idlib 'by Russian and Assad regime strikes'
More than 50 Syrian civilians killed in Idlib 'by Russian and Assad regime strikes'
Attacks and Beijing's Warnings Fuel Hong Kong Anxiety
Tear Gas, Attacks and Beijing's Warnings Fuel Hong Kong Anxiety
Sunday Shows Round-Up: Hammond Out, Brexit Impasse, Iran 'Failure' And Labour Anti-Semitism
Vigilante Armies Are Fighting Mexican Drug Cartels, but Whose Side Are They Really on?
Hong Kong Protesters Who Stormed Legco Seek Asylum in Taiwan: Report
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