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Trump, Europeans call Saudi account of Khashoggi death inadequate

ELKO, Nev./ISTANBUL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump joined European leaders on Saturday in pushing Saudi Arabia for more answers about Jamal Khashoggi after Riyadh changed its story and acknowledged that the journalist died more than two weeks ago at its consulate in Istanbul. Learn More


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North Korea's box of bones: A mythical king and the dream of Korean unification

SEOUL (Reuters) - It's the stuff of an Indiana Jones movie: supernatural kings, ancient tombs, and government-backed archaeologists striving to harness the power of legend for a greater cause. More »


Trump: U.S. to exit nuclear treaty, citing Russian violations

ELKO, Nev. (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Saturday the United States will exit the Cold-War era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty that eliminated a class of nuclear weapons, in a move that is likely to upset Russia. More »


Thousands of caravan migrants take shelter in southern Mexico

TECUN UMAN, Guatemala (Reuters) - Thousands of Central American migrants traveling together to enter the United States have hunkered down in shelters in a southern Mexico city along its border with Guatemala, according to local officials. More »


Afghans shut out by polling station chaos return to vote

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghans unable to vote in Saturday's parliamentary election after hundreds of polling stations failed to open were given another chance to cast their ballot on Sunday after voting times were extended despite security threats and warnings of fraud. More »


Prince Harry inspires athletes as pregnant Meghan trims Australia schedule

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The pregnant wife of Britain's Prince Harry, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will cut back her busy schedule as the royal couple enter the last week-and-a-half of their tour to Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. More »


Netanyahu says West Bank Bedouin village eviction delay not indefinite

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday his decision to delay the demolition of a Bedouin village in the West Bank was a brief reprieve while efforts are under way to reach a relocation deal for its residents. More »


Iran's Rouhani appoints new economy minister in reshuffle

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appointed academic Farhad Dejpasand as the new economy and finance minister in a cabinet reshuffle on Sunday, state television reported. More »


Australian by-election count goes to the wire, after PM concedes

SYDNEY (Reuters) - As the count from a crucial Australian by-election spilled into Sunday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison faced the possibility that his Liberal party may have been too quick to concede a contest that would relegate his administration to a minority government. More »


Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

LONDON/BELFAST (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the European Union marched through London on Saturday in the biggest demonstration so far to demand that the British government holds a public vote on the terms of Brexit. More »


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