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Court declares Felix Tshisekedi winner of disputed Congo presidential vote
Congo Elections

Congo's Constitutional Court early Sunday declared the election of Felix Tshisekedi as president, rejecting challenges to the vote by runner-up Martin Fayulu, who had alleged fraud.


Amid impeachment calls and a disputed report, Trump sends a rare message to Mueller: Thank you
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Take Robert Mueller's word for it. So implied U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday when he took the unusual step of thanking the special counsel's office for disputing details of a report that said Trump told his ex-lawyer to lie to Congress.


U.S. diocese, school apologize after students mock Indigenous demonstrator
Indigenous Peoples March

A diocese in Kentucky has apologized after videos emerged showing students from an all-male Catholic high school mocking Indigenous Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial after a rally in Washington.


Up to 117 migrants missing after dinghy capsizes off Libya, survivors say
Europe Migrants

Three survivors of a rubber dinghy that sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya say up to 117 other migrants were aboard at the time of the capsizing, a UN migration official said Saturday.


Wall of wintry, hazardous weather pushes across the U.S.
Winter Weather Wisconsin

People throughout parts of the U.S. Midwest woke Saturday to a heavy and steady snowfall that forced the cancellation of hundreds of airline flights and made driving dangerous.


Archbishop calls for unity at slain Polish mayor's funeral
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A Catholic archbishop and other speakers at the funeral Saturday of slain Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz urged an end to political and social divisions in Poland, targeting some of their comments to the country's ruling right-wing party.


Trump offers protection for young migrants in exchange for wall funding
Trump Government Shutdown

Trump cast the proposal as a "common-sense compromise" while Democrats were quick to dismiss it as a "non-starter."


'I didn't feel safe': NBA star Enes Kanter skips London game over Turkey assassination fears
Knicks Kanter Basketball

A day after Turkish prosecutors issued an international warrant for his arrest, NBA star Enes Kanter skipped a game in London, citing fears he could be killed by the Turkish government.


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In Mexico, Dozens Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion
A gasoline pipeline in the Mexican state of Hidalgo exploded Friday evening, killing more than 60 people and leaving many more injured. The pipeline had been illegally tapped by gasoline thieves.
What's Iran Up To With Recent Rocket Launch Attempt?
Iran attempted to launch a rocket carrying a satellite into space. The Trump administration believes the launch was about developing long-range weapons, but analysts say the tech used is too clunky.
More Than 60 Dead, Dozens Injured In Mexican Pipeline Explosion
Residents of Tlahuelilpan, north of Mexico City, had gathered around an illegally tapped pipeline to collect fuel when it burst into flames.
Analysts: Yellow Vest Protests Sent Macron Administration Into Death Spiral
The president promised to revolutionize France when he was elected in 2017, and his plans economic overhaul seemed on track even two months ago. But many experts say Macron is already finished.
Opinion: Leaving Syria Is Far Less Risky Than Staying
ISIS may not be defeated, but the U.S. is right to withdraw from Syria, argue Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Center and Richard Sokolsky of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Senate Finds Russian Bots, Bucks Helped Push Brexit Vote Through
A recent report on Russian influence operations overseas detailed large amounts of money and effort spent to influence the referendum. Scott Simon talks with The New Yorker's Jane Mayer.
These Scouts Are Prepared For Dirty Dishes — And Keeping The Peace
In Central African Republic, a nation rife with violence, scouts help with public health campaigns, security — and negotiations with rival militant groups. Plus they're trained to do household chores.
Episode #1904
Our broadcast show for January 18, 2019. I'm Not Dead & the CEO of Kind Bar
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Congo top court declares Tshisekedi presidential-elect
Congo's constitutional court confirmed Felix Tshisekedi's presidential election win on Sunday, dismissing a challenge from another opposition leader who rejected the court's decision and declared himself president.
Murdered Polish mayor's funeral draws crowd of 45,000 in Gdansk
Murdered Gdansk mayor Pawel Adamowicz's funeral drew tens of thousands of people in the Polish Baltic coast city on Saturday amid outrage over his murder six days ago.
Saudi-led coalition launches air strikes on Yemeni capital
A Saudi-led coalition launched several air strikes on the Houthi-held capital Sanaa overnight, stoking tensions among Yemen's warring parties as the United Nations struggles to implement a peace deal reached last month.
An explosion heard in the vicinity of Syria's Damascus: State TV
An explosion was heard in the vicinity of Syria's capital Damascus, Syrian state TV reported on Sunday morning.
Australian rallies demand safe streets for women after Israeli student murder
Several thousand people marched through major Australia cities on Sunday calling for safety for women after an Israeli exchange student was murdered in Melbourne.
Magnitude 6.7 quake strikes Chile, no tsunami threat: USGS
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake hit the coast of north-central Chile on Saturday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said, and witnesses said it rattled buildings farther south in the capital city of Santiago but left only minor damage
From pariah to demi-god: transgender leader a star at massive Indian festival
In a desert tent guarded by armed police and a thick-set bouncer, Laxmi Narayan Tripathi is blessing a constant stream of pilgrims, who garland her with marigolds and kneel to touch her feet.
Mexico fuel pipeline blast kills 73, witnesses describe horror
At least 73 people were killed after a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves exploded in central Mexico, authorities said on Saturday, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended the army despite its failure to clear t
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Death Toll in Mexico Blast Rises to 73; Leader Vows to Intensify Crackdown on Fuel Theft
The pipeline north of Mexico City exploded after thieves ruptured the line, causing an explosion that killed at least 73 people and injured 74 others.
‘Order! Order!’: Parliament Speaker Is Brexit’s Surprise Star and Villain
Speaker John Bercow has overturned precedent to give the British Parliament a bigger role in Brexit.
More Than 100 Migrants Die at Sea in Wreck Off Libya, Survivors Say
The scale of the catastrophe became clear after three survivors who were rescued by the Italian Navy told aid workers 117 migrants had died in a wreck of an inflatable dingy.
Mayor’s Funeral Unites Gdansk. His Killing Exposed Poland’s Deep Divides.
Even before the mayor, Pawel Adamowicz, was laid to rest on Saturday, it was clear that his death could have profound political consequences.
Mexico Dispatch: Amid Border Strife, Mexico Beach Town Asks: Where Have All the Tourists Gone?
Rosarito, Mexico, is usually bustling with throngs of young Americans. But on a recent visit, the town south of Tijuana was desolate, with locals blaming turmoil at the border — and a migrant caravan.
Faced With Tough Words From China, Taiwan Rallies Around Its Leader
Support for Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen, has risen after she criticized an unpopular proposal by China’s leader to unify the two sides.
In Turkey, Senator Calls for Slower, Smarter U.S. Withdrawal From Syria
Lindsey Graham, who met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said he was on a mission to ensure that the withdrawal of troops did not damage American long-term interests.
Women’s Marches Around the World Reflect Worry Over Violence and Populism
In a dozen cities around the globe, women voiced worries about a bleak political future and called for an end to inequality and violence against women.
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Trump offers 'compromise' to end government shutdown
His plan includes a concession on so-called Dreamer immigrants but Democrats have already rejected it.
DR Congo court upholds Tshisekedi presidential election win
The court rejects an appeal against Felix Tshisekedi's victory launched by his defeated rival.
Duke drives without seatbelt after crash
The duke was seen driving at Sandringham, two days after a crash that injured two women.
Cherno Samba: The football prodigy who made it in a video game
Championship Manager legend Cherno Samba now hopes to become a manager himself.
Video of US teens taunting Native American draws fire
Footage of youths, many wearing Make America Great Again caps, mocking a Native American goes viral.
Skywatchers await 'super blood wolf moon'
During the spectacular event, the Earth's natural satellite turns a striking shade of red.
Mexico pipeline blast kills 71 and injures dozens more
Scores more were injured as they scrambled to steal fuel in Tlahuelilpan, near the capital.
'About 170 migrants dead' in Mediterranean shipwrecks
The UNHCR fears about 170 migrants have died in two separate shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.
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Goodnight, and good luck
A valedictory note from Al Jazeera America on what we tried to bring to the online news landscape

A long road to reintegration for Rwandan ex-combatants
Despite programs aimed at helping former fighters recover and rebuild, many struggle to find their place in society

The Cabula 12: Brazils police war against the black community
Brazil's anti-police movement continues to fight for the soul of Cabula, even as death threats intensify

Nevada governor says he doesn't want Supreme Court consideration
Republican Brian Sandoval, reportedly under consideration by Obama for the nation's top court, says he's not interested

Elegy for a website where Native voices mattered
AJAM reported on tribal communities and offered coverage on Indian Country that few could match

As thousands enter Europe, EU flails in anti-smuggling efforts
Why did Frontex, the EU border agency, abruptly cancel a successful anti-smuggling pilot program in Greece?

New Orleanians see tourism bias in post-Katrina public transport
While 62 percent of transportation has been restored, locals say bus service has been left behind

The cancer cluster of Piketon, Ohio
How the legacy of the Cold War poisons people still

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In Mexico, Dozens Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion
A gasoline pipeline in the Mexican state of Hidalgo exploded Friday evening, killing more than 60 people and leaving many more injured. The pipeline had been illegally tapped by gasoline thieves.
What's Iran Up To With Recent Rocket Launch Attempt?
Iran attempted to launch a rocket carrying a satellite into space. The Trump administration believes the launch was about developing long-range weapons, but analysts say the tech used is too clunky.
More Than 60 Dead, Dozens Injured In Mexican Pipeline Explosion
Residents of Tlahuelilpan, north of Mexico City, had gathered around an illegally tapped pipeline to collect fuel when it burst into flames.
Analysts: Yellow Vest Protests Sent Macron Administration Into Death Spiral
The president promised to revolutionize France when he was elected in 2017, and his plans economic overhaul seemed on track even two months ago. But many experts say Macron is already finished.
Opinion: Leaving Syria Is Far Less Risky Than Staying
ISIS may not be defeated, but the U.S. is right to withdraw from Syria, argue Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Center and Richard Sokolsky of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Senate Finds Russian Bots, Bucks Helped Push Brexit Vote Through
A recent report on Russian influence operations overseas detailed large amounts of money and effort spent to influence the referendum. Scott Simon talks with The New Yorker's Jane Mayer.
These Scouts Are Prepared For Dirty Dishes — And Keeping The Peace
In Central African Republic, a nation rife with violence, scouts help with public health campaigns, security — and negotiations with rival militant groups. Plus they're trained to do household chores.
Episode #1904
Our broadcast show for January 18, 2019. I'm Not Dead & the CEO of Kind Bar
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On the Texas-Mexico border: Crisis? What crisis?

As the nation waited to hear President Trump’s latest warnings about a crisis on the border Saturday, a mother in this border town had a more immediate concern: quinceanera photos.

Liliana Saenz supervised as 14-year-old daughter Clarissa posed for a photographer in front of an American flag mural...


Speakers at slain Polish mayor's funeral urge harmony, not hate

A Catholic archbishop and other speakers at the funeral Saturday of slain Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz urged an end to political and social divisions in Poland, targeting some of their comments at the country's ruling right-wing party.

Top Polish and European officials and thousands of citizens...


Mexico’s president vows to ‘eradicate’ gas theft amid the horror of pipeline explosion

Stunned relatives searched for signs of loved ones Saturday at the site of a gas pipeline that exploded in central Mexico as it was being illegally tapped, killing at least 73 people and injuring dozens more.

In a fire-blackened field near the town of Tlahuelilpan, people sorted through clothing,...


Up to 117 migrants missing from sunken boat in Mediterranean Sea off Libya

Three people who survived when a rubber dinghy sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya say up to 117 other migrants were aboard at the time, a U.N. migration official said Saturday.

It appeared to be the latest tragedy on the dangerous central Mediterranean route from North Africa...


Mexico pipeline fire kills at least 21, many while gathering illegally tapped fuel

At least 21 people were killed and 71 others injured Friday when an explosion occurred in Mexico’s central Hidalgo state at a fuel pipeline that had been illegally tapped, authorities said.

The fatal blast came as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has sent thousands of troops and police to...


After 21 die in a bombing, Colombians fear a resurgence of terror

Colombians had hoped that decades of civil conflict were behind them, but a massive explosion that left 21 people dead is renewing fears of a return to terrorist violence.

The government on Friday announced that it had arrested a suspect affiliated with one of the country’s last remaining leftist...


First airlines, now Apple: China wants 66 more multinationals to state self-ruled Taiwan is part of its country

Chinese authorities are pressuring 66 multinational companies, including American icons Apple and Nike, to refer to self-ruled Taiwan as part of China, a demand expected to drive a new wedge between two governments that already struggle to get along.

The change in wording would send a message to...


It’s election season in Israel and, yes, it’s already chaotic

Israel’s intense electoral season, which will culminate in a vote April 9, started in earnest on Thursday, when the man most polls show to be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s top rival finally spoke.

After weeks of silence, Benny Gantz, 59, a former army chief of staff who announced months ago...


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Readers write: Valuable college experience and tech opportunities

Readers write: Valuable college experience and tech opportunitiesRegarding the Nov. 26 Heart of the News article “A conservative Christian university where Muslims feel welcome”: My experience at Brigham Young University was inspirational on so many levels. Through the prayer part in every class, I was given the opportunity to be connected to my faith and practice my Muslim prayer, share and explain, and be accepted. As a Muslim woman in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints community, I have an everlasting educational experience.



Global Newsstand: Thailand should not impede those who are seeking asylum, and more

Global Newsstand: Thailand should not impede those who are seeking asylum, and more“The fate of a Saudi woman on her way to Australia, where she has a visa and seeks to obtain asylum, teetered in the balance in Bangkok [on Jan. 7]...,” states an editorial. “Amid Thailand’s apparent willingness to deport [Rahaf al-Qunun] back to Saudi Arabia, rights lawyers representing her failed to get a Bangkok court to accept an injunction against her repatriation, which could have spelled her doom. “It is still unclear whether U.S. citizen Paul Whelan was indeed, as the Russian authorities allege, a spy, or whether he is the victim of mistaken identity...,” writes Mark Galeotti.



Low on gas, high on hope, many Mexicans back leader’s war on fuel thieves

Low on gas, high on hope, many Mexicans back leader’s war on fuel thievesVittoria Romero and her daughter Celia were celebrating with high-fives and big smiles on a bright but chilly morning this week: They’d successfully filled their compact car’s gas tank after less than 30 minutes in line. Across Mexico, people like the Romeros have been contending with hours-long bumper-to-bumper waits at the pumps, reduced bus transportation, and other daily inconveniences for the past two weeks. The fuel distribution problems began after President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ordered the closure of key pipelines in late December in an effort to curtail rampant fuel theft.



Employees ‘taken hostage’: the ethics of the US government shutdown

Employees ‘taken hostage’: the ethics of the US government shutdownHector Dias, one of some 400,000 federal employees who are being asked to work without pay, has a blunt message about the government’s partial shutdown. “We should not be taken hostage of the political atmosphere,” says Mr. Dias, a Department of Transportation worker in Washington, echoing the concerns of legions of employees deemed too essential to be furloughed.



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Trump splits Republicans with new border wall gambit
Analysis: Trump broke an iron rule of modern politics with his new border-wall proposal: Never split your own party.
Trump offers changes protecting Dreamers for border wall money; Democrats say no
"It is unlikely that any one of these provisions alone would pass the House, and taken together, they are a non-starter," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement.
Women's March participants find inspiration in America's youth
“I want my generation to solve everything,” Zöe Lucas, 15, of Stafford, Virgina, said.
School to investigate taunting of Native Americans by students
"We condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students," an archdiocese near Cincinnati said.

Marchers gathered across the United States for an annual demonstration that opposes Donald Trump and supports women's rights. Those who gathered in Washington D.C. braved the cold and wet streets for the second such march to occur
Fyre Festival's epic fail reveals the consequences of our image-obsessed culture
As our cultural relationship with music evolves, gatherings like Fyre and Coachella are becoming little more than playgrounds for the most entitled.
Trump said he 'appreciates' Mueller's response to BuzzFeed report
Trump also used the statement from Mueller’s office to condemn the media at large, stating that the “mainstream media has truly lost its credibility.”
New program launched to help curb teen vaping epidemic
Teen users could get text messages like, "Is it hard to not JUUL in places you're not supposed to, like school? Reply YES or NO."
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Reds finalizing trade for Yankees RHP Sonny Gray
The Cincinnati Reds are one step closer to landing New York Yankees starting pitcher Sonny Gray.

Spy satellite launched after repeated delays
A rocket carrying a spy satellite launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California after bad weather and technical problems delayed the sendoff.

FDA: Irbesartan lots recalled over likely carcinogen
A drug company has recalled more irbesartan blood pressure medication after discovering a potential human carcinogen.

Ex-U.S. figure skating champion John Coughlin dies
John Coughlin, a two-time champion in U.S. pairs figure skating, died from suicide a day after his suspension from the sport, his sister said. He was 33.

Activists rally at third annual Women's March in D.C., New York
Thousands of people were expected to attend Women's Marches across the U.S. on Saturday, including in Washington, D.C., and in New York. Almost 300 rallies were expected nationwide, organizers said.

Scientists ID genetic variants tied to risk-taking
Do you shy away from risky business or cast caution aside and go for it? Either way, your answer could come from your DNA.

Trump visits Dover Air Force Base to meet families of Americans killed in Syria
President Donald Trump traveled to Dover Air Force Base Saturday to meet with the families of four Americans killed in a suicide bombing in Syria on Wednesday.

U.S. airstrike hits al-Shabab in Somalia
U.S. forces launched an airstrike Saturday in Somalia to support the Somali government's efforts to fight al-Shabab militants linked to terror attacks.

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Pelosi rejects Trump shutdown deal before president announces it
  • President offers temporary concessions and demands wall
  • Little chance of progress as House speaker says no

Donald Trump forged ahead on Saturday and proposed a deal to end the US government shutdown, despite Democrats having rejected it before he began to speak.

Related: Republicans’ lack of alarm over the shutdown reveals a disturbing truth | Ross Barkan

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Spanish rescuers start drilling to reach boy trapped in well for six days

Julen Roselló, aged two, fell down the 100m borehole while out walking with his parents near Málaga

Rescuers in southern Spain have began drilling in the hope of rescuing a two-year-old boy trapped in a deep well for six days.

The mission to save the child has triggered an outpouring of public support as rescuers struggle with the challenge of bringing heavy equipment up steep access roads and reaching the toddler safely.

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Ministers agree to consider Lib Dem plans for new referendum

Vince Cable says move follows cross-party talks on Brexit deadlock options

Cabinet ministers involved in cross-party talks on how to break the Brexit deadlock have given the first indication that they are prepared to examine plans for a potential second referendum on the UK’s departure from the EU, according to the Liberal Democrat leader, Sir Vince Cable.

The offer to examine a possible timetable for a second vote drawn up by the Lib Dems was made during discussions between senior Liberal Democrats and two cabinet ministers involved in the talks, Michael Gove and David Lidington, in the Cabinet Office on Thursday morning.

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Outcry after Kentucky students in Maga hats mock Native American veteran

Teenagers from Covington Catholic High School filmed jeering at Nathan Phillips and chanting ‘build that wall’

A Catholic school in Kentucky has condemned a group of its students after they were recorded harassing a Native American Vietnam veteran in a video that went viral on Saturday.

The students, many of whom were wearing “Make America Great Again” caps, from private, all-male Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills were in Washington for an anti-abortion rally on Friday when they were filmed surrounding Nathan Phillips and mocking the Native American’s singing and drumming.

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Super blood wolf moon: rare total lunar eclipse to grace northern hemisphere skies

Last blood moon for two years will combine with a supermoon to create unusual celestial phenomenon

An unusual set of circumstances will combine in the early hours of Monday morning in the skies above the northern hemisphere, resulting in a phenomenon called a super blood wolf moon.

A total lunar eclipse will give an apparent reddish colour to the lunar surface – known as a blood moon. At the same time, the moon will be slighty closer to Earth than normal and appear slightly bigger and brighter than usual – a phenomenon called a supermoon.

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Prince Philip 'pictured driving again' after crash

Duke reportedly back behind the wheel as it is revealed councillors and police had clashed over plans for speed cameras

Police have spoken to the Duke of Edinburgh after he was pictured driving a new Land Rover, seemingly without a seatbelt, just 48 hours after his crash with a Kia car carrying two women and a baby.

Images published on Saturday appear to show Prince Philip, wearing tinted glasses, back behind the wheel of a replacement Freelander on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

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DRC court confirms Felix Tshisekedi winner of presidential election

Opponent Martin Fayulu rejects ruling, saying the court has enabled a ‘constitutional coup d’etat’

The constitutional court of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has confirmed Felix Tshisekedi’s presidential election win, dismissing a challenge from another opposition leader who had accused him and the ruling party of stitching up the result.

Second-placed Martin Fayulu rejected the provisional tally for DRC’s election released last week, saying it was the product of a secret deal between Tshisekedi and outgoing President Joseph Kabila to cheat him out of a clear win of more than 60%.

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Women around the world march against austerity and violence

Tens of thousands take to city streets to protest against violence and the impact of austerity on their lives

Propelled by a mass public rendition of Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves and accompanied by a thudding police helicopter overhead, hundreds of protesters have rallied in central London in solidarity with an estimated 89 Women’s Marches worldwide.

In Athens, Berlin, Washington DC and Los Angeles, to name just a few, tens of thousands of demonstrators turned out to protest against violence against women and the impact of policies of austerity. They also had some choice words for Donald Trump and Theresa May.

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South Korea wants Trump-Kim summit to be a turning point. Others see it as a last chance.
The challenge is to move beyond bonhomie and actually reach a concrete deal that begins the process of denuclearization.
Attempts to steal fuel from Mexican pipeline set off massive fireball, killing at least 73
Earlier this month, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador closed many of the country’s pipelines, saddling dozens of cities with an acute gasoline shortage.
Britain is operating as if a Brexit delay is there for the taking. It’s not.
The miscalculation increases the risks of a chaotic British departure from the European Union.
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'Hostage-taking': Democrats reject Trump's offer to end shutdown
Donald Trump has offered to extend temporary protection for people brought to the US illegally as children in a bid to end the government shutdown.

117 migrants feared dead as dinghy capsizes off Libya
Survivors from a rubber dinghy that capxxxxd off Libya fear that more than 100 migrants may have died, a rescue official has said.

'Syria's children are its future but it's they who have suffered most'
Hamish de Bretton-Gordon is a chemical weapons expert and formerly an officer in the British Army commanding the UK's regiment to deal with chemical weapons defence regiment.

73 killed as pipeline explodes after fuel theft
At least 73 people have died and 74 others injured after a pipeline breached by fuel thieves exploded triggering a massive fire in central Mexico.

Rescuers drill in search for boy stuck in well for six days
Rescuers searching for a two-year-old boy who fell down a narrow well in Malaga have begun drilling in a bid to rescue him.

Funeral held for Polish mayor after fatal on-stage stabbing
Thousands have attended the funeral of Polish mayor Pawel Adamowicz after he was stabbed to death on stage at a charity event.

Bangkok pollution 'at crisis level' as planes trigger rain
Doctors in Thailand are warning Bangkok could face a pollution health crisis if it does not address its smog problem.

Outrage as radical cleric linked to Bali attack to be freed
A radical cleric accused of being the mastermind of the 2002 Bali bombings is to be released early from a 15-year prison sentence.

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Facing a World of Trouble, Trump Tries Normal
In past presidencies, Jan. 19’s events might have seemed normal. President Donald Trump began his Saturday on a bitterly cold tarmac in Delaware, paying his respects to the remains of four Americans killed in Syria. He ended
President Trump Offers Protection to ‘Dreamers’ If Democrats Fund Border Wall
Trump said he offered a "commonsense compromise both parties should embrace"
Kentucky Teens Wearing ‘MAGA’ Hats Taunt Indigenous Peoples March Participants in Viral Video
The students were reportedly in Washington on Friday for the March for Life anti- abortion rally that was happening the same day as the Indigenous Peoples March.
Women’s March Returns to D.C., Still Sending Messages of Defiance to the White House
An estimated 100,000 protesters packed several blocks around Freedom Plaza
52 al-Shabab Extremists Killed in U.S. Airstrike in Somalia
Al-Shabab controls large parts of rural southern and central Somalia

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