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North Korea Says It Won't 'Surrender' To U.S.-Led Sanctions
The country accused Washington of harboring a "wild dream ... to bring us to our knees."
Boys Soccer Team Marks One Year Since Going Missing In Thai Cave
By Pitcha Dangprasith, AP
Nine of the 12 boys and their coach appeared Sunday to mark a year since the Wild Boars soccer club got trapped inside the Tham Luang cave.
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Kushner's Economic Plan For Peace In The Middle East Met With 'Contempt' In Arab World
Though some in the Gulf have expressed optimism for the plan, it's been widely rejected by Palestinians and other Arab states.
Trump Sent Kim Jong Un An 'Excellent' Letter, North Korean Media Reports
President Trump and the North Korean dictator continue to praise each other months after their failed summit.
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Jared Kushner Unveils Economic Portion Of Middle East Peace Plan
By Matt Spetalnick and Steve Holland, Reuters
The “peace to prosperity” proposes a global fund of $50 billion for 179 infrastructure and business projects across Palestinian territories, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan.
Trump Is Repeating Obama's Mistakes On Trade
President Trump is using different tactics to pursue similar, troubling goals.
HuffPost Her Stories: Twitter Is A Fickle Friend To The Women Of The Me Too Movement
Plus: These Brazilian moms have their LGBTQ kids' backs.
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Today Is International Yoga Day. Here’s What You May Not Know About This Old Practice.
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Yoga is ancient, but it is not timeless.
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Rui Hachimura Is First Japan-Born Player Selected In NBA Draft's First Round
The Gonzaga University forward was selected by the Washington Wizards on Thursday.
The Canadian Press
Trump Associate Felix Sater Slapped With Subpoena After Bailing On House Interview
His absence continues the pattern of current and former Trump associates stonewalling congressional probes.
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Thousands Of Protesters Return To The Streets Of Hong Kong To Denounce Extradition Bill
By Jessie Pang and Vimvam Tong, Reuters
“We want the law to be withdrawn, not suspended."
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Georgia Carries Out 1,500th U.S. Execution Since Death Penalty Was Reinstated
By Brendan O'Brien, Reuters
Marion Wilson, 42, was put to death by lethal injection for killing an off-duty prison guard in 1996.
FAA Prohibits Operators From Flying Over Some Iran-Controlled Airspace
The emergency order prohibits U.S. operators from flying in an overwater area of Tehran-controlled airspace.
New Zealand Launches 'Buyback' Program For Semi-Automatic Weapons After Mosque Attacks
By Charlotte Greenfield, Reuters
The measure comes after New Zealand's worst peacetime mass shooting, in which 51 people were killed and dozens injured in attacks on two mosques in Christchurch.
Chinese President Xi Jinping Arrives In North Korea For Talks With Kim Jong Un
Xi is the first Chinese president to visit North Korea in 14 years.
Former Trump Aide Hope Hicks Frustrates Democrats With Limited Testimony
By David Morgan, Reuters
Hope Hicks would not even tell lawmakers where her White House office was located.
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Iranian President Says Iran 'Will Not Wage War Against Any Nation'
By Babak Dehghanpisheh and Sylvia Westall, Reuters
President Hassan Rouhani's comments came a day after the U.S. announced the deployment of more troops to the Middle East.
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New Zealand Man Sentenced To 21 Months In Prison For Sharing Video Of Mass Shooting
A gunman killed 51 people in March during a mass attack on Christchurch's Muslim community.
Trump Won’t Stop Trusting North Korea
During an exclusive interview with ABC News, President Donald Trump said he hopes North Korea isn’t building nuclear weapons.
Chinese President Xi To Visit North Korea, State Media Says
By Yanan Wang, AP
Xi will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during the visit, CCTV announced.
Pompeo Claims There's 'No Doubt' Iran Attacked Tankers, But U.S. Allies Want Proof
Casting the Trump administration's credibility gap into sharp relief, allies like Japan and Germany have demanded more "credible" evidence to support the U.S. claim.
Fighting For Recognition in Japan
Soshi Matsuoka campaigns to change LGBTQ portrayal in the media.
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South Korean Choir G-Voice Helps Gay Men Find Their Voice
“K-Pop of the human rights movement" strikes a chord in a conservative country.
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Trump Says He Doesn’t Know If North Korea Is Building Nuclear Weapons: ‘I Hope Not’
Speaking to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, the president stressed his "very strong relationship" with the "very smart" Kim Jong Un.
U.S. Beats Chile To Advance To Knockout Round Of 2019 FIFA's Women's World Cup
By Anne M. Peterson, AP
Carli Lloyd scored a pair of goals, helping the American women's soccer team shut out Chile 3-0.
Mike Pompeo Calls On Foreign Leaders To Unite Over Alleged Oil Attacks
By Ellen Knickmeyer, AP
“We are going to work to build out a set of countries that have deep vested interest in keeping that strait open to help us do that,” Pompeo said.
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