Italy deports three suspected Islamists

Italy deports two Moroccans and a Syrian as part of ongoing crackdown on radicalization.

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Researchers find wreckage of WWII-era USS Indianapolis

Civilian researchers say they have located the wreck of the USS Indianapolis, the World War II heavy cruiser that played ...
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In five hours, three dead workers

Such neglect for safety of construction workers by the government and employers is unacceptable. Out of 21 workers killed this ...
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Wreckage of lost ship USS Indianapolis found after seven decades

Researchers announced Saturday they discovered wreckage of the lost warship the USS Indianapolis, 72 years after the World War II ...
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Iraq launches ground offensive against ISIS

Iraqi forces launch offensive to retake city of Tal Afar from ISIS terrorists.

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Iraq begins battle to retake Tal Afar, IS bastion near Mosul: PM

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced early Sunday the start of a battle to retake Tal Afar, a key Northern ...
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Mueller Team Paints Picture of Trump Case

Mueller Team Paints Picture of Trump CaseRachel Maddow reviews the people known so far to have been hired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to work with him on the Trump Russia investigation, and notes what their various qualifications say about the focus of the investigation.


State Department presses North Korea to release detained Americans

State Department presses North Korea to release detained AmericansThe United States holds North Korea accountable for its treatment of U.S. student Otto Warmbier and wants three other U.S. citizens detained by Pyongyang to be freed as soon as possible, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. “We hold North Korea accountable for Otto Warmbier’s unjust imprisonment,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told a news briefing. Warmbier died on Monday days after being returned from North Korea in a coma after being imprisoned for 17 months.


Venezuela attorney faces charges after defying govt

Venezuela attorney faces charges after defying govtVenezuela’s high court ruled Tuesday that the country’s attorney general could face charges after she challenged the government’s handling of a deadly political crisis. Attorney General Luisa Ortega’s stand against President Nicolas Maduro has prompted speculation of a rift in the governing camp that could eventually lead to the socialist leader’s departure. Opposition leader Freddy Guevara said an attorney general could only legally be removed by the state legislature and that lawmakers would resist it.


UN chief to lobby US Congress to save funding

UN chief to lobby US Congress to save fundingDrastic cuts in US funding to the United Nations would create an insoluble problem for the world body, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Tuesday as he announced plans to lobby US lawmakers to reject the cutbacks. Guterres will travel to Washington next week to make the case directly to US members of Congress who have the power to amend President Donald Trump’s budget proposals. Last month, the US State Department laid out plans to slash Washington’s budget for diplomacy and foreign aid by more than 30 percent, including a dramatic cut of 60 percent to US funding for peacekeeping missions.


Trump meets Ukraine's president, U.S. adds to Russia sanctions

Trump meets Ukraine's president, U.S. adds to Russia sanctionsBy Steve Holland and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump met with Ukraine’s president on Tuesday and expressed support for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine but said nothing about Russia’s role, while the U.S. government added to sanctions over Moscow’s actions. Trump sat down in the Oval Office with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko for talks on the same day the U.S. Treasury Department added two Russian officials and 36 other individuals and entities to its list of those facing sanctions over Moscow’s activities in Ukraine.