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How A Former Child Bride Got A Fatwa Against Child Marriage

Saleh Abbas, deputy grand imam of Egypt's Al-Azhar University, is second from the left in this photo of members of the university delegation to the African Summit on Female Genital Mutilation and Child Marriages.

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A Father And Daughter Who Drowned At The Border Put Attention On Immigration

Rosa Ramírez cries as she looks at photos of her son Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez, 25, and granddaughter Valeria, nearly 2, while speaking to journalists at her home in San Martín, El Salvador, on Tuesday. The drowned bodies of her son and granddaughter were found Monday morning on the banks of the Rio Grande.

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Iran Is About To Exceed Uranium Limits. Is The Nuclear Deal Dying?

A file photo from Jan. 15, 2011, shows Iran's heavy water nuclear facility near Arak. Iran plans to walk back modifications to a nuclear reactor at the site.

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Iran Is About To Exceed Uranium Limits. Is The Nuclear Deal Dying?


Why Facebook Won't Kick Off A Warlord

Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo is a social media personality. He's also the leader of the paramilitary group that attacked thousands of pro-democracy protesters on June 3, leaving more than a 100 dead.

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Why Facebook Won't Kick Off A Warlord


'When We Were Arabs' Is A Nostalgic Celebration Of A Rich, Diverse Heritage

When We Were Arabs: A Jewish Family's Forgotten History, by Massoud Hayoun

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Deal Or No Deal? The Stakes Are High For Trump-Xi Trade Talks

President Trump is due to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Japan this weekend, raising hopes the two leaders might call a truce in their trade war. The White House has downplayed expectations of a deal.

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Deal Or No Deal? The Stakes Are High For Trump-Xi Trade Talks


Meet The 74-Year-Old Queen Of Bangkok Street Food Who Netted A Michelin Star

Chef Jay Fai wears a wool cap and safety goggles to ward off the heat from the charcoal fires in the alley where she cooks all of the restaurant's meals. She is such a perfectionist that she doesn't let anyone on her staff do the cooking.

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Meet The 74-Year-Old Queen Of Bangkok Street Food Who Netted A Michelin Star


'They Took My Heart With Them': Yemeni Parents Stranded By Trump's Travel Ban

From Left: Ahmed Mohsin, 8, Muslim Mohsin, 3, Sara Mohsin, 12 and Albukhari Mohsin, 6.


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'They Took My Heart With Them': Yemeni Parents Stranded By Trump's Travel Ban


'Cocaine King Of Milan' On The Run After Uruguay Jailbreak

Rocco Morabito, pictured after his arrest in 2017, escaped from the Uruguayan prison where he was awaiting extradition to Italy.

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Europe's Top Human Rights Organization Restores Russia's Voting Rights

The Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, has voted to restore Russia's voting rights. They were suspended after Russia seized Crimea five years ago.

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Trump Says 'Any Attack' By Iran Would Be Met With 'Overwhelming Force'

President Trump, seen on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday, threatened Iran in a series of tweets on Tuesday.

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FedEx Sues U.S. Commerce Department Over Export Controls In Huawei Dispute

FedEx is suing the U.S. Commerce Department to block it from enforcing export regulations against the giant shipping company.

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Analysis: The Politics Of National Humiliation In The Trump-Xi Meeting

President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands during a business leaders event in Beijing on Nov. 9, 2017. The two leaders are expected to discuss trade at this week's Group of 20 summit in Japan.

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