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WHO: No moving Olympics from Rio

WHO: No moving Olympics from Rio

WHO and the CDC say cancelling the Games won't significantly alter the spread of the disease.

UN, agencies fear for civilians trapped in Fallujah

UN, agencies fear for civilians trapped in Fallujah

The UN estimates that there are as many as 50,000 civilians who are unable to leave the city.

South China Sea tensions could overshadow G7 meet

South China Sea tensions could overshadow G7 meet

The foreign ministry in Beijing criticizes Obama's remarks about territorial disputes in the region.

Kenya seeks refugee camp closure

Kenya seeks refugee camp closure

Relief agencies say that would be a humanitarian disaster while others call on Western nations to increase funding.

Search for EgyptAir enters second day

Search for EgyptAir enters second day

Breaking News: Egyptian military is investigating debris north of Alexandria that could belong to MS804.

Counteracting ‘Daesh’: Lessons from Paris

Counteracting ‘Daesh’: Lessons from Paris

Semantics and social media narratives are crucial battlegrounds in the war against terrorism, says Professor DeVriese.

Oil nears $50 mark

Oil nears $50 mark

The wildfires in Canada and the security situation in the Middle East has slashed output.

As economy fails, Venezuela seeks to reopen factories

As economy fails, Venezuela seeks to reopen factories

Opposition has called on Maduro to step down as demonstrations continue in many cities.

Abuja Summit focuses on Boko Haram defeat

Abuja Summit focuses on Boko Haram defeat

The Islamist extremist group has lost territory but can still launch deadly attacks.

Brazil: Building prospects through trade

Brazil: Building prospects through trade

Commerzbank's Krieger says making important changes to Brazil's trade approach will boost potential for economic revival.

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