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North and South Korea are planning an Olympic first with a joint women’s hockey team. But many in the South are not happy.
The announcement — part of North-South outreach — brought backlash as too much of a concession.
   
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U.S. troops will stay in Syria indefinitely to counter ‘strategic’ threat from Iran
But a looming crisis between Turkey and the Kurds could embroil the United States in a wider conflict that will be difficult to influence.
   
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‘A death sentence’: Palestinians slam U.S. decision to cut aid as U.N. pleads for new donors
U.N. Relief and Works Agency head says the “dignity and human security” of refugees are at risk.
   
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Trump is speeding the global erosion of democracy, watchdog says
A report from Freedom House echoes the searing attack on Trump delivered by Sen. Jeff Flake.
   
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Spies fear former CIA officer may not face justice for suspected role in exposure of sources in China 
Some officials think the Chinese may have compromised covert CIA communications.
   
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Lebanon’s Hariri overrules ban on ‘The Post’ after public uproar
Censors had barred the movie because of Steven Spielberg\'s ties to Israel, but many Lebanese were outraged.
   
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U.S. troops will stay in Syria to counter ‘strategic’ threat from Iran
But a looming crisis between Turkey and the Kurds could embroil the United States in a wider conflict.
   
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Navy courts-martial are possible in fatal ship collisions. History shows results are mixed.
Deadly collisions involving Navy vessels are rare, and often are both embarrassing and politically charged afterward.
   
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Mexican views of the United States drop to record low, poll finds
For the first time in more than a quarter-century, a majority of Mexicans are found to hold negative views of the United States.
   
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People used to move. Here’s how that changed, and why they became \'immigrants\' instead.
The whole idea of immigration was invented in America. It\'s shaped our conversation on the subject ever since.
   
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Trump is speeding the global erosion of democracy, watchdog says
A report from Freedom House echoes the searing attack on Trump delivered by Sen. Jeff Flake.
   
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Breitbart called Davos a collective of \'leftist elites\' and \'corporate cronies.\' Then Trump said he was going.
The conservative website is painting Trump\'s decision as an opportunity for him to take on the “globalists.”
   
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Facebook opens probe into Russian involvement in Brexit
After initially saying there was hardly any evidence, the social network opens a probe.
   
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Why Trump\'s \'enemy of the people\' bluster can\'t be compared to Stalin\'s savage rule
Trump uses the phrase to attack the press. Stalin used the press to attack his enemies — and killed them by the millions.
   
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Yes, global warming will be bad. But these scientists say it won’t reach the worst-case scenario.
Climate change won\'t get as bad as we dread, a new study finds. But we\'re not going to get off easy, either.
   
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‘A death sentence’: Palestinians slam U.S. decision to cut aid as U.N. pleads for new donors
U.N. Relief and Works Agency head says the “dignity and human security” of refugees are at risk.
   
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Koreas plan Olympic first with joint women’s hockey team. But many in the South are not happy.
The announcement — part of North-South outreach — brought backlash as too much of a concession.
   
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Trump\'s cognitive test was created by a Lebanese immigrant to Canada
\"I was very honored when I heard that the test was chosen by the White House,” said MoCA test creator Ziad Nasreddine.
   
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A German hacker offers a rare look inside the secretive world of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks
Andy Müller-Maguhn is of keen interest to Western intelligence agencies investigating how the Russians moved hacked DNC emails to WikiLeaks in 2016.
   
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Breitbart called Davos a collective of \'leftist elites\' and \'corporate cronies.\' Then Trump said he was going.
The conservative website is painting Trump\'s decision as an opportunity for him to take on the “globalists.”
   
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The Energy 202: Trump administration is trying to sell natural gas to African countries president disparaged
There could be economic consequences the president\'s remarks.
   
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Will this North Korean band bring hits like \'Our Comrade Kim Jong Un\' to South Korea?
Here\'s what you need to know about the Samjiyon Orchestra, which is set to play in South Korea as part of an Olympics-related thaw.
   
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Here\'s how long it takes to travel to the next city, from wherever you are in the world
About 4 out of 5 people worldwide live less than an hour away from the next city on average.
   
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Hong Kong democracy activist sentenced to 3 more months in jail for 2014 protests
Joshua Wong was one of the leaders of the 2014 pro-democracy Umbrella Movement. 
   
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Vice President Pence urges peaceful resolution of Afghan power struggle
Pence’s call to the Afghan president may forestall military action against a renegade northern warlord.
   
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A nuclear North Korea is bringing back Cold War paranoia
False alarms and hysteria shadow efforts to calm tensions with North Korea.
   
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In the coldest village on Earth, eyelashes freeze, dinner is frozen and temperatures sink to -88F
Life in this Siberian village, where temperatures plunged to as low as -88F this week, is constant negotiation with the cold.
   
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Israel kills Palestinian sought in deadly shooting of rabbi
Israeli forces hunting the killers of a rabbi raided a West Bank home before dawn Thursday, killing a wanted Palestinian in a firefight that also wounded two Israeli officers, one seriously, officials said.
   
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The Latest: Europe storm: Thousands without power in UK
The Latest on a storm affecting parts of Europe (all times local):
   
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Expert says major eruption in Papua New Guinea could be soon
Seismic activity beneath a Papua New Guinea volcano could mean that a major eruption was imminent, a scientist said Thursday.
   
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52 people die in bus fire in Kazakhstan
A bus fire in Kazakhstan killed 52 people on Thursday in a vast snow-covered steppe, officials said.
   
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South Africa’s Ramaphosa denounces graft before Davos forum
South Africa’s deputy president is urging state prosecutors to target suspects in corruption scandals, some of whom have been linked to a business family with close ties to President Jacob Zuma.
   
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Romanians apologize to Japan’s prime minister over visit
Hundreds of Romanians have apologized to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe whose visit to Romania at the end of a European tour fell short on protocol and diplomacy.