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UN chief calls for calm, restraint in Zimbabwe


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Senate committee backs new sanctions targeting North Korea


Defector: US strike would trigger automatic NK retaliation


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White House: President Trump will not visit DMZ during Asia trip


Iran says talks unlikely without change in US behavior


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Kenya police, protesters clash during election as 3 killed


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Uma Thurman rips Weinstein in #MeToo post, says 'stay tuned'

The 47-year-old actress posted the message on Thanksgiving. She worked with Weinstein on movies including "Pulp Fiction" and "Kill Bill Volume 1."

'Still in a stalemate,' top general in Afghanistan says

America's top commander in Afghanistan told NBC News that the war here remains in a "stalemate," but that President Trump's strategy has reversed a decline.

Flynn's legal team cuts ties to Trump lawyers

A member of Trump's legal team said that "no one should draw the conclusion that this means anything about General Flynn cooperating against the president."

At least 235 killed during Friday prayers at mosque in Egypt

Images from inside the building showed dozens of bodies wrapped in blood-soaked cloth lined up on the floor of a mosque in North Sinai.

U.S. may not close Palestinian mission in D.C.

A State Department spokesperson said the White House had found the Palestinians' D.C. representatives to be "prepared to engage in negotiations" with Israel.