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Remains of 2 US Troops Recovered From Afghanistan Crash Site

Remains of 2 US Troops Recovered From Afghanistan Crash Site

They were the only two people aboard the Air Force E-11A electronic surveillance aircraft when it went down.
Exiled Ivory Coast Opposition Leader Vows Run for Presidency

Exiled Ivory Coast Opposition Leader Vows Run for Presidency

Ivory Coast opposition leader Guillaume Soro signaled he’ll return to the West African nation to take part in presidential elections scheduled for October.
As Coronavirus Spreads, Warren Unveils Disease-Prevention Plan

As Coronavirus Spreads, Warren Unveils Disease-Prevention Plan

The coronavirus has been in the news for only a few weeks, but Elizabeth Warren already has a plan to fight it.
Bernie Sanders Surges to Lead in California, Propelled by Liberals

Bernie Sanders Surges to Lead in California, Propelled by Liberals

Bernie Sanders has not only taken the lead in several recent surveys of voters in Iowa, but he has also pushed to the head of the Democratic field in delegate-rich California.
Five Croat Ministers Ousted in Six Months Over Property Questions

Five Croat Ministers Ousted in Six Months Over Property Questions

Croatia’s premier fired his health minister, the fifth cabinet member ousted in the past year over media reports of undocumented property holdings.
Denmark Supports EU-Wide Deal on Digital Tax, Premier Says

Denmark Supports EU-Wide Deal on Digital Tax, Premier Says

Denmark would support an European Union-wide agreement to the digital tax controversy should a global deal fail, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen told an EU conference in Copenhagen.
Billionaire Apologizes for Telling Trump Africa Loves Him

Billionaire Apologizes for Telling Trump Africa Loves Him

South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe apologized for telling U.S. President Donald Trump that Africa loves him, but warned the growing perception that the continent is anti-America may hamper
Netanyahu to Fly to Moscow to Update Putin on Trump Plan

Netanyahu to Fly to Moscow to Update Putin on Trump Plan

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Moscow on Wednesday to update Russian President Vladimir Putin on the details of the U.S. administration’s peace plan, a spokeswoman for the
EU’s Rule-of-Law Chief Defends Polish Judges as Spat Deepens

EU’s Rule-of-Law Chief Defends Polish Judges as Spat Deepens

The European Union’s top official for judicial affairs pressed Poland to help find a solution to their clash over the rule of law, which legal experts warn can isolate the ex-communist country from
U.S. Disappointed as Johnson Gives Huawei Partial 5G Role

U.S. Disappointed as Johnson Gives Huawei Partial 5G Role

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson risked a rift with President Donald Trump as he gave Huawei Technologies Co. the green light to help develop Britain’s next-generation broadband networks.
South African Airways to Get $239 Million From State Bank

South African Airways to Get $239 Million From State Bank

South African Airways’s business-rescue team said it’s been given access to 3.5 billion rand ($239 million) from the state-owned Development Bank of Southern Africa to avert the airline’s collapse.
Tariffs and More Tariffs — They Aren’t Going Away in 2020

Tariffs and More Tariffs — They Aren’t Going Away in 2020

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Israel Justice Ministry Submits Netanyahu Indictment to Court

Israel Justice Ministry Submits Netanyahu Indictment to Court

Israeli prosecutors have filed an indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Jerusalem district court, the Justice Ministry said on Tuesday.
Restaurant Workers Union Backs Sanders, Warren: Campaign Update

Restaurant Workers Union Backs Sanders, Warren: Campaign Update

When a California union local was fighting over a contract at a Loyola Marymount University, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders threatened to skip a debate at the California school.
Trump Hits Jersey Shore to Rally for Party-Switching Congressman

Trump Hits Jersey Shore to Rally for Party-Switching Congressman

Jeff Van Drew switched parties to join House Republicans in protest of the impeachment vote.
Israel to Reinforce Jordan Valley Troops Ahead of Trump Plan

Israel to Reinforce Jordan Valley Troops Ahead of Trump Plan

Israel’s military said it would deploy additional troops in the West Bank’s Jordan Valley, hours ahead of the planned unveiling of U.S. President Donald Trump’s peace plan.
Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

Lighthizer to Talk Trade Deal With India Before Trump Visit

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will be in India in the second week of February to finalize a trade deal ahead of President Donald Trump’s expected visit, according to people with
Euro Adoption Breakthrough Is Near, Bulgarian Central Bank Says

Euro Adoption Breakthrough Is Near, Bulgarian Central Bank Says

Bulgaria’s efforts to set itself on a firm path to adopt the euro single currency have entered the “final stretch,” its central bank chief said.
Irish PM Gets Apology for Autistic Jibe From Former Running Mate

Irish PM Gets Apology for Autistic Jibe From Former Running Mate

A former running mate of Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar apologized for describing him as autistic while trying to explain his difficulty connecting with voters.
Energy Department Releases Perry Documents: Impeachment Update

Energy Department Releases Perry Documents: Impeachment Update

President Donald Trump’s lawyers finished presenting his defense on Tuesday, their third day of arguments in the Senate impeachment trial. The next phase, 16 total hours of senators’ questions for