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Several European leaders to meet Sunday to seek migration consensus
Several European leaders, including from France, Germany, Italy and Austria, will hold talks on Sunday on migration, an issue bringing bitter political divisions to a head in Europe and increasingly in the United States.
U.S. quits UN Human Rights Council, accusing it of 'hypocrisy'
The Trump administration is withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council because of what U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley describes as its "hypocrisy" and bias against Israel.
Trump meets with Republicans amid furor over immigrant children
U.S. President Donald Trump met with Republicans on Capitol Hill tonight to talk about immigration amid an increasing uproar — from both opponents and some members of his own party — over his administration's policy of separating families after illegal border crossings.
Taliban goes on deadly offensive as holiday ceasefire is over in Afghanistan
Taliban militants killed 30 Afghan soldiers and captured a military base in the western province of Badghis on Wednesday, the provincial governor said, their first major attack since a ceasefire for the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Markets have farther to fall if Trump won't back down on trade: Don Pittis
Amid outrage over child separations, critics question Microsoft's ties with ICE
'Don't leave me, Mom': Detainee tells of separation from son
U.S. commerce secretary's stock trade involving Russia-linked firm scrutinized
Trump determined to hit China as tit-for-tat tariff war erupts
Kim Jong-un visits China as South Korea confirms August military drill is off
Record 68 million people displaced last year, UN says in annual refugee report
Watch as police drone finds British man trapped in marshland
Willie Nelson, Oprah, Judd Apatow and many others decry U.S. border policy
'They have stormed the airport': Yemen's war intensifies in Hodeidah