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There’s a perfectly rectangular iceberg floating in Antarctica. Here’s how it got that way.
An iceberg the size of a college campus broke off a large ice shelf fed by several glaciers in the Antarctic peninsula.
   
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This 8-year-old pulled an ancient sword from a Swedish lake. Does that make her the queen?
The story of the Saga Vanecek\'s miraculous find drew headlines from around the globe after it was disclosed earlier this month.
   
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Cold War arms pact hangs in the balance as Bolton meets with Putin
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty eliminated an entire class of nuclear missiles that Moscow and Washington stationed across Europe. After years of trading accusations of violations, the two nations look poised to reach a final showdown after President Trump announced that he would withdraw from the deal.
   
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How China plays into Trump’s decision to pull out of INF treaty with Russia
The treaty is between Washington and Moscow, but the president may be hoping to include China in a new arms-control treaty.
   
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Turkish president says murder of Jamal Khashoggi was ‘planned,’ calls for extradition of Saudi suspects 
President Erdogan aired details uncovered by Turkish investigators, who have concluded the Saudi journalist was the victim of a premeditated murder.
   
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Human rights group slams Palestinian leaders for torture, arrests of journalists
More than 80 cases of arbitrary arrests, torture at the hands of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas documented by Human Rights Watch
   
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The mystery of ‘unknown Middle Easterners’: Who is really in the migrant caravan?
An on-the-ground look at who is in the group President Trump is railing against.
   
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World’s ‘oldest shipwreck’ from more than 2,400 years ago found at the bottom of the Black Sea
Oxygen levels in the depths of the Black Sea are so low that marine life is virtually nonexistent, keeping the ship preserved.
   
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This 8-year-old pulled an ancient sword from a Swedish lake. Does that make her the queen?
The story of the Saga Vanecek\'s miraculous find drew headlines from around the globe after it was disclosed earlier this month.
   
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The mystery of ‘unknown Middle Easterners’: Who is really in the migrant caravan?
An on-the-ground look at who is in the group President Trump is railing against.
   
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World’s ‘oldest shipwreck’ from more than 2,400 years ago found at the bottom of the Black Sea
Oxygen levels in the depths of the Black Sea are so low that marine life is virtually nonexistent, keeping the ship preserved.
   
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How China plays into Trump’s decision to pull out of INF treaty with Russia
The treaty is between Washington and Moscow, but Trump may be hoping to include China in a new arms-control treaty.
   
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Trump’s caravan panic is self-defeating
Trump has threatened to cut off aid to poor and vulnerable Central American countries, but that will probably help lead to even more migration.
   
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How China plays into Trump’s decision to pull out of INF treaty with Russia
The treaty is between Washington and Moscow, but Trump may be hoping to include China in a new arms-control treaty.
   
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Trump’s caravan panic is self-defeating
Trump has threatened to cut off aid to poor and vulnerable Central American countries, but that will probably help lead to even more migration.
   
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Cold War arms pact hangs in the balance as Bolton meets with Putin
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty eliminated an entire class of nuclear missiles that Moscow and Washington stationed across Europe.
   
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Tiny U.S. base assumes outsize role in Trump’s Syria strategy
Remote garrison illustrates how the United States has sought lower-risk means to counter Tehran on the ground.
   
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New video appears to show Saudi suspect wearing Jamal Khashoggi’s clothing
The images, obtained by CNN, seem to confirm reports that the Saudi team allegedly responsible for his death tried to use a body double to cover up the crime.
   
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Another French priest accused of sexual assault commits suicide
Pierre-Yves Fumery, 38, was found Saturday after hanging himself at his residence in the town of Gien, according to news reports.
   
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CIA director flies to Turkey amid growing controversy over Jamal Khashoggi killing
The visit by Gina Haspel comes ahead of a planned speech Tuesday on the killing by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
   
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CIA director flies to Turkey amid growing controversy over Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s killing
The visit by Gina Haspel comes ahead of a planned speech early Tuesday by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in which he has promised to reveal the “naked truth” about what Turkish officials have called a Saudi-directed murder and attempted cover-up. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
   
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Khashoggi death throws new light on Saudi prince’s crackdown on dissent
Samar Badawi is just one of dozens of activists arrested in the past year.
   
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Why Mexico isn’t stopping the migrant caravan
The U.S.-bound Central Americans could prompt a wider confrontation between Mexico and the Trump administration.
   
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Canada is outraged at Khashoggi’s killing. Is it outraged enough to act?
President Trudeau called an emergency meeting, but he did not announce plans to sanction Saudi Arabia.
   
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Theresa May is defiant on Brexit as critics accuse her of losing control
The prime minister said that 95 percent of the deal has been negotiated. But the last 5 percent is a big hurdle.
   
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Istanbul has felt like home for Arab exiles. Khashoggi’s killing has them scared.
The slaying of the Saudi journalist has cast a pall over the city’s vibrant diaspora of Arab dissidents.
   
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Member of U.S.-led coalition killed in Afghanistan in apparent insider attack
Two others were reported wounded in the attack by a member of the Afghan security forces.
   
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Severe storms unload knee-deep hail in Rome
Torrential rain accompanied the hail, and some roads resembled ice-jammed rivers.
   
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Queen Elizabeth II hosts Dutch king and queen at palace
The Dutch king and queen are beginning a state visit to Britain that will include full ceremonial honors
   
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German man convicted of poisoning baby food to extort money
A 54-year-old German man has been convicted of attempted murder for poisoning baby food and putting it on store shelves in a failed attempt to extort money from supermarkets
   
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Zimbabwe opposition leader seeks dialogue on economic crisis
Zimbabwe opposition leader seeks dialogue on country’s worst economic crisis in a decade
   
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Migrants aiming for Croatia blocked from border in Bosnia
Several dozen migrants spend night near Bosnia-Croatia border, turned back
   
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Turkish president: Saudis plotted writer’s killing for days
Saudi officials murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi in their Istanbul consulate after plotting his death for days, Turkey’s president says
   
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Egypt arrests author, publisher over book on economy
Egyptian officials: Police arrest economist, publisher over book challenging president’s assertion on poverty