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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman allegedly personally hacked into the phone of the Washington Post owner in 2018, according to media reports.
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Iran released a new preliminary report on the crash of the Ukraine International Airways plane, which killed 176 people.
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Ousting Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro is Trump's dream and NSC official Mauricio Claver-Carone is eager to make it come true.
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The cruel PR grab at Meixin Red Wine Town, a theme park, drew outrage in China as well as abroad.
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Hundreds of migrants crossed the Suchiate River into Mexico in a new test of U.S. President Donald Trump's strategy to block them from entering the country.
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The clashes in Lebanon took place amid a rapidly worsening financial crisis and an ongoing impasse over the formation of a new government.
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Some airports, including three in the U.S., have begun screening airline passengers from central China, where the coronavirus appears to have originated.
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“The contrast between the current bushfire crisis and this sudden flooding is striking," said the director of the Australian Reptile Park.
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An official has been critical of foreign media’s reporting on political issues in the past.
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The United States military originally said no service members had been hurt in Iran's Jan. 8 missile attack on the al-Asad and Erbil military bases in Iraq.
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The moment was captured on Kangaroo Island, which one shaken rescuer said has "bodies of charred animals as far as the eye can see.”
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The resignations came hours after the president proposed new constitutional amendments to boost parliament's powers.
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Residents in Manchester, England, voted to name the city's fleet of highway maintenance vehicles after a variety of beloved figures.
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Officials have warned the volcano, which began erupting on Sunday, could be on the cusp of a much bigger and more dangerous eruption.
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Demonstrators protested against the country's initial denial that it shot down a Ukrainian plane.
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"Thank you, Firies," said the message to those battling Australia's record-breaking wildfires.
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The sudden eruption of ash and steam forced villagers to flee en masse and shut down Manila’s international airport, offices and schools.
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Thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potatoes were airdropped across New South Wales.
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Taekwondo fighter Kimia Alizadeh defected from Iran, accusing its ruling regime of "injustice" by exploiting Iranian women as political tools.
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Vanessa Springora's “Consent” is also being hailed by child-protection activists as a possible watershed moment for France.