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02-20-2018
Vice President Mike Pence was all set to hold a history-making meeting with North Korean officials during the Winter Olympics in South Korea, but Kim Jong Un’s government canceled at the last minute, the Trump administration said Tuesday.
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02-20-2018
Religious groups are outraged after Iceland's parliament proposed a bill that would ban all non-medically necessary circumcisions on boys under the age of 18.
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02-20-2018
Former Russian employees of a St. Petersburg "troll factory" say they believe the country meddled in the 2016 presidential election. 
02-19-2018
Pollution is threatening the recently mapped Sac Actun cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula, a vast underground network that experts in Mexico say could be the most important underwater archaeological site in the world.
02-19-2018
American pastor Andrew Brunson has been locked up in a Turkish prison for 500 days. The anniversary of Brunson's captivity passed quietly Monday, but the American Center for Law and Justice is still aggressively working on his case.
02-19-2018
An entire generation of children in the Middle East has grown up under ISIS and has adopted its mantra of hatred. Some children harbor such rage, they could kill others who they view as their enemies, unless there is immediate intervention to reverse the brainwashing they've endured.
02-18-2018
Hungary's prime minister says that "Christianity is Europe's last hope" and that politicians in Brussels, Berlin, and Paris favoring migration have "opened the way to the decline of Christian culture and the advance of Islam."
02-18-2018
A gunman opened fire with a hunting rifle on Russian churchgoers leaving a service in the Dagestan region, killing five people and wounding four others. 
02-18-2018
An Iranian commercial airplane brought back into service only months ago after being grounded for seven years crashed Sunday in a foggy, mountainous region of southern Iran, and officials said they feared all 65 people on board were killed.
02-17-2018
Matylda Jonas-Kowalik has spent most of her 22 years secure in the belief that she would never know the discrimination, persecution or violence that killed or traumatized generations of Polish Jews before her. But an eruption of anti-Semitic comments in public debates amid a diplomatic dispute with Israel over a new Holocaust speech law has caused to her to rethink that certainty.

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