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Trump's pick to head veterans affairs not dropping out, official says
A White House official says Ronny Jackson will not withdraw as a nominee to run the U.S. Veterans Affairs Department, even as a report from 2012 surfaced in which he and another physician were criticized for "unprofessional behaviours."
UN says U.S. has cut almost 5 times amount of Gaza aid it originally said
Emergency food aid for around a million Palestinians in Gaza may run out from June if the UN agency for Palestinian refugees cannot raise another $200 million US following a cut-off in U.S. funding, the agency said on Tuesday.
Nicaragua's pension protests reflect list of grievances
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's now-cancelled decree to increase a payroll tax and make other changes to social security set off days of violent protests. But it also appears the protests included broader anti-government grievances.
Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants
The Israeli government said on Tuesday it was abandoning a plan to forcibly deport African migrants who had entered the country illegally.
U.S. veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant
Unruly passenger Tasered and removed from American Airlines flight
Bill Cosby retrial jury to decide: Is he a serial rapist or victim of a con artist?
Fire at karaoke bar in China kills 18, arson suspect arrested
Trump warns Iran against restarting nuclear program
Cambridge researcher says Canadian whistleblower in Facebook data scandal was 'duplicitous'
Get into my car ... Amazon begins delivery to vehicles in U.S.
Peruvian judge orders 2 arrested in lynching of B.C. man
George H.W. Bush in hospital, a week after wife's death
Saudi airstrike kills at least 20 at Yemen wedding
Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy
Suspect arrested in deadly Tennessee Waffle House shooting
Shania Twain apologizes for saying she would have voted for Donald Trump
Strong ad sales boost Google parent Alphabet's earnings
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'I'm very, very sorry': Peter Madsen apologizes as Kim Wall submarine-death trial ends
EU's Donald Tusk, back in Poland, testifies at contentious probe of president's plane crash