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More than 100 killed in Syria assault on Damascus…

Government forces bomb the northeastern suburbs of the Syrian capital for a second straight day, killing more than 100 people and raising the specter of a full-scale offensive that could spell catastrophe for the 400,000 residents trapped under siege

Martin Smith: Iran & Saudi's "Bitter Rivalry"

A Frontline documentary explores the "Bitter Rivalry" between Iran and Saudi Arabia. Host Martin Smith says, "it will get worse before it gets better."

Declining Vaccination Rates Part Of Big Measles…

The World Health Organization says measles cases in Europe rose from just over 5,200 cases in 2016 to over 21,000 cases in 2017.

Palestinian leader calls for peace conference by…

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is calling for an international peace conference by mid-2018 with key goals of full UN membership for the state of Palestine and a timeframe for resolving all issues with Israel for a two-state solution.

Journey to Justice: One Man’s Fight for Freedom

When Jarrett Adams was 17 years old, he was wrongfully sentenced to 28 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.With his case overturned, he is now a lawyer.

UNICEF Says 1 Million Babies Die The Day They're…

About 2.6 million babies die before they turn one month old, according to a new UNICEF study.

AP Explains: Syria's starved, rebellious suburb…

AP Explains: Syria's starved rebellious suburbs east of the Syrian capital, Damascus, are under attack

Eastern Ghouta suffers deadliest day in 3 years

More than 100 civilians have been killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in 24 hours, the largest single-day death toll in the rebel-held area in nearly three years, according to observers.

Suspected North Korean Hacking Group Grows To…

FireEye, a cybersecurity research firm, says a group dubbed "Reaper" has expanded its cyber espionage efforts to Japan, Vietnam and the Middle East.

Venezuela's digital coin makes debut

Venezuela is becoming the first country to launch its own version of bitcoin, a move it hopes will provide a much-needed boost to its credit-stricken economy

BRIEF: Turkey reveals its shipwreck statistics

Dozens Killed In Strikes On Eastern Ghouta In…

Dozens of people are dead in Syria's Eastern Ghouta after pro-government forces intensified attacks on the area late Sunday.

Israeli Police Arrest Confidants Of Prime…

Police say they arrested seven people on multiple charges including obstruction of justice and fraud.

Italy warns of election threat as rival parties…

Italian government officials are warning of possible foreign interference in March 4 elections, sounding the alarm following the U.S. indictment of Russian trolls and evidence of Russian-sourced fake news on popular Italian platforms

Gove says he will equip farmers to 'beat the…

Environment Secretary Michael Gove sets out his vision for agriculture after Brexit ahead of a speech to the National Farmers' Union annual conference in Birmingham.

Puerto Rico's Electric Authority Is Getting A…

A federal judge approved the loan Monday after a previous request for $1 billion was rejected.

Uber pulls out of Morocco amid tensions

Uber is pulling out of Morocco _ a decision the San Francisco-headquartered company say is linked to the North African country's failure to reform its strict transport rules

Migrants accuse Libyan coast guard

Migrants rescued from the Mediterranean accuse the Libyan Coast Guard of being involved in the abuses they suffered in Libya.

Fallout From Oxfam's Haiti Sexual Abuse Scandal…

The charity has lost a number of celebrity ambassadors and an executive in the wake of the scandal.