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Erdogan: Turkey Ready to Take Over Security in Syria's Manbij

Erdogan: Turkey Ready to Take Over Security in Syria's Manbij

Turkey is ready to take over security in the Kurdish-controlled Syrian city of Manbij, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday.Erdogan's office says the president spoke to U.S. President Donald
Ecuador to Tighten Controls on Venezuelan Immigrants After Murder

Ecuador to Tighten Controls on Venezuelan Immigrants After Murder

Ecuador is setting up new units to check Venezuelan immigrants' legal status and may tighten entry requirements after a Venezuelan man murdered his pregnant Ecuadorian girlfriend, President Lenin
Pope Rolls Out Prayer App for Youth

Pope Rolls Out Prayer App for Youth

As the pope prepares to meet tens of thousands of young people from across the globe for World Youth Day this week, he attempted to connect with them on a platform they would easily understand: the
Iraqi Archaeologist, Museums Champion Dies at 80

Iraqi Archaeologist, Museums Champion Dies at 80

Lamia al-Gailani, an Iraqi archaeologist who lent her expertise to rebuilding the National Museum's collection after it was looted in 2003, has died at age 80. Her daughter, Noorah al-Gailani, said
Ex-Nissan Chairman Ghosn Asks for Bail, Promises Not to Flee

Ex-Nissan Chairman Ghosn Asks for Bail, Promises Not to Flee

Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn on Monday asked for his release on bail from a two-month detention in Japan, promising he will report to prosecutors daily and wear an electronic monitoring ankle
Uganda Seeks to Regulate Lucrative Fish Maw Trade

Uganda Seeks to Regulate Lucrative Fish Maw Trade

The sale of Nile Perch fish maw in Uganda has become a lucrative business, especially for distributors. The fish maw - or dried swim bladder - is used as an aphrodisiac in China. But Ugandan fishermen
Top US Senator Questions Afghan Withdrawal Numbers

Top US Senator Questions Afghan Withdrawal Numbers

An influential Unites States senator who is considered to be close to President Donald Trump cast doubts on reports that half of the United States troops in Afghanistan would be withdrawn soon. “I’ve
Moscow 'Trump Tower' Talks Lasted Through 2016, Lawyer Says

Moscow 'Trump Tower' Talks Lasted Through 2016, Lawyer Says

U.S. President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani says Trump's discussions with Russian officials over construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow went on throughout the time he was
Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End US Government Shutdown

Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End US Government Shutdown

With a partial U.S. government shutdown in its fifth week, Democrats are rejecting President Donald Trump’s offer of limited and temporary protections for some immigrants to America in return for
Zimbabwe President Ends Foreign Tour After Protests

Zimbabwe President Ends Foreign Tour After Protests

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa broke off a foreign tour on Sunday as criticism grew over a brutal crackdown on protests at home, saying he wanted "to get Zimbabwe calm, stable and working
January 20, 2019

January 20, 2019

A look at the best news photos from around the world.
Death Toll Reaches 79 in Mexico Fuel Pipeline Fire

Death Toll Reaches 79 in Mexico Fuel Pipeline Fire

They were warned to stay away from the geyser of gasoline gushing from the illegally tapped pipeline in central Mexico, but Gerardo Perez says he and his son joined others in bypassing the soldiers.
Greece Rally Over Macedonia Name Deal Turns Violent

Greece Rally Over Macedonia Name Deal Turns Violent

Protests turned violent Sunday between Greek demonstrators and police as tens of thousands of people converged on Athens to oppose a name-change deal with Macedonia.Greece has long protested the name
US Democrats, Republicans Divided on Path to Reopening Government

US Democrats, Republicans Divided on Path to Reopening Government

The partial U.S. government shutdown reached day 31 Monday with the Senate's Republican leader preparing a vote on a proposal that President Donald Trump is calling a compromise and Democratic leaders
Turkish Employee of US Consulate Indicted for Espionage

Turkish Employee of US Consulate Indicted for Espionage

Turkish prosecutors are seeking a life sentence for a local employee of the United States consulate in Istanbul accused of attempting to overthrow the government and espionage.A 78-page indictment
Sudanese-British Billionaire Mo Ibrahim Calls on Sudan’s Al-Bashir to Stop Deadly Protest Crackdowns

Sudanese-British Billionaire Mo Ibrahim Calls on Sudan’s Al-Bashir to Stop Deadly Protest Crackdowns

A month of deadly protests across Sudan represents a “total rejection” of President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule, said Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim, a Sudanese-British billionaire and founder of the Mo
Congo Calm After Court Upholds Election Win of Tshisekedi

Congo Calm After Court Upholds Election Win of Tshisekedi

Congo's capital was calm Sunday with residents attending church after the Constitutional Court confirmed the presidential election victory of Felix Tshisekedi. It was not clear if the population would
Israeli Leader Visits Africa to Restore Relations with Chad

Israeli Leader Visits Africa to Restore Relations with Chad

Israel and Chad restored diplomatic relations after nearly 50 years as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the central African nation on Sunday.The visit and official announcement marked a
With Trump Out, Davos Chief Eyes Fixing World Architecture

With Trump Out, Davos Chief Eyes Fixing World Architecture

The founder of the World Economic Forum says U.S. President Donald Trump would have been an "interesting discussion partner" at its annual Davos event starting this week, but acknowledges that the
North Korean Art Troupe to Visit China

North Korean Art Troupe to Visit China

A North Korean art troupe will visit China starting on Wednesday, Chinese state media said on Sunday.The troupe will be led by Ri Su Yong, a vice chairman of the ruling Workers' Party's Central