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2 more Westerners freed in Cambodian 'dirty dancing' case

2 more Westerners freed in Cambodian 'dirty dancing' case

Two more Westerners arrested in Cambodia for allegedly posting photos on social media of sexually suggestive dancing have been released, leaving only a British man incarcerated.
US says 'deeply concerned' over political arrests in Sudan

US says 'deeply concerned' over political arrests in Sudan

The United States Embassy in Sudan says it is "deeply concerned by the continued arrests and detentions of hundreds of political leaders, activists and ordinary citizens" in the country.
The Latest: Russian FM: 5 Russians killed in US Syria strike

The Latest: Russian FM: 5 Russians killed in US Syria strike

The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local): 4:15 p.m.
Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down

Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down

The American prosecutor working to bring to justice former members of the Kosovo Liberation Army accused of crimes against ethnic Serbs in Kosovo's war for independence is stepping down at the end of

Vatican tries to defuse scandal, says pope meets victims

The Vatican is confirming that Pope Francis frequently meets with victims of sex abuse, seeking to defuse a mounting scandal over his unbridled support for a Chilean bishop accused by victims of
Thailand's former top cop grilled over brothel owner's loan

Thailand's former top cop grilled over brothel owner's loan

Thailand's former national police chief, who currently heads the Thai Football Association, has met with investigators to explain his financial links with a fugitive massage parlor owner.
Top Egyptian Islamist referred to state security prosecutors

Top Egyptian Islamist referred to state security prosecutors

Egyptian officials say a senior Islamist leader detained over alleged links to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group has been referred to state security prosecutors for questioning.
Court determines military burn pits caused lung disease in service members

Court determines military burn pits caused lung disease in service members

The thousands of U.S. military personnel and private contractors, whose health was compromised from the dense black smoke of burn pits and then denied proper treatment, may finally be vindicated with

NATO launches planning for expanded Iraq military training

NATO's chief says the alliance plans to expand its military training mission in Iraq and help the conflict-ravaged country develop new academies and schools for its armed forces.
Turkey to US: remove Kurdish fighters from anti-IS force

Turkey to US: remove Kurdish fighters from anti-IS force

Turkey's defense minister says he has asked his American counterpart that the United States end its support for Syrian Kurdish fighters and remove them from a U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, or
Doctors Without Borders issue statement on sexual misconduct

Doctors Without Borders issue statement on sexual misconduct

International aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres says it has taken action on 24 cases of sexual harassment or abuse among employees last year and dismissed 19 people in the process.
Zimbabwe leader says fair elections 'tribute' to Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe leader says fair elections 'tribute' to Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe's president is expressing condolences over the death of longtime opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai and says upcoming elections must be free and fair "in tribute to him."
Mattis: US, Turkey finding 'common ground' on Syria

Mattis: US, Turkey finding 'common ground' on Syria

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Thursday the United States and Turkey are having an open dialogue about their growing differences over the fight in Syria, and are "finding common ground."
Iran general assails Israel, commemorates Hezbollah figure

Iran general assails Israel, commemorates Hezbollah figure

A top Iranian general has lashed out at Israel during a commemoration for a Hezbollah figure killed in a 2008 Damascus car bombing that the group blamed on Israel.
Poles abroad asked to report "anti-Polish" statements

Poles abroad asked to report "anti-Polish" statements

Poland's senate leader has appealed to Poles living abroad to report to the authorities any statements deemed "anti-Polish" or hurt "Poland's good name."
Russia blocks opposition leader Navalny's website

Russia blocks opposition leader Navalny's website

Russia's communications providers have blocked access to the website of opposition leader Alexei Navalny on orders of the state communications watchdog.
Indian air force helicopter crashes, killing 2 crewmembers

Indian air force helicopter crashes, killing 2 crewmembers

Indian police say an air force helicopter has crashed in the remote northeast, killing both crewmembers on board.
Egypt says 53 militants killed in massive security operation

Egypt says 53 militants killed in massive security operation

Egypt says its security forces have killed 53 militants since the beginning of a massive security operation, mainly in restive northern Sinai Peninsula, the epicenter of a years-long Islamic

Ethiopia's prime minister submits resignation letter: Report

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has submitted a resignation letter after the worst anti-government protests in a quarter-century, the state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate
2 more Westerners freed in Cambodian 'dirty dancing' case

2 more Westerners freed in Cambodian 'dirty dancing' case

Two more Westerners arrested in Cambodia for allegedly posting photos on social media of sexually suggestive dancing have been released, leaving only a British man incarcerated.