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Erdogan Says Turkish Citizens May Vote on EU Accession
Europe-Turkey relations have soured following the president's crackdown on opponents and spats over referendum rallies.
China Joins Other Nations in Allowing Meat Imports from Brazil
Brazil had been mired in scandal around its third-largest export, after a litany of meat importers banned Brazilian meat after an inspection controversy.
Thousands Rally in London to 'Stop Brexit'
European Union supporters protest on the bloc's 60th anniversary.
Philippines' Communists Look Ahead to Peace Talks With Duterte
The rebels will declare a unilateral ceasefire no later than March 31.
Iraq's Mosul Campaign Halted as Civilian Deaths Mount
Dozens of civilians were killed in air strikes by Iraqi or U.S.-led coalition forces.
EU Renews Unity Pledge Amid Wave of Nationalism in Europe
Leaders celebrate the union's 60th anniversary days before Britain begins the process of leaving the EU.
Iran Receives Third Western-Built Plane Under Sanctions Deal
200 aircraft expected to be sold to Iran after 40 years of not buying a Western-built plane.
Cities Worldwide to Go Dark to Highlight Climate Change
Some 7,000 cities in 172 will cut the lights at 8:30 p.m. Saturday as part of the 10th annual Earth Hour observance.
Planned Parenthood Braces for Funding Threats Despite Health Bill's Failure
The Republicans' bill would have pulled federal funding for the national health organization.
UKIP Lawmaker Leaves Party Days Before EU Divorce Begins
Douglas Carswell's defection leaves the anti-EU party without representatives in Parliament.
Fearing Economic Hit, Texas Trans Bathroom Access Bill May be DOA
House Speaker calls the bill limiting access 'unnecessary' amid worry about the loss of billions in revenue.
Trump Backs Keystone XL Pipeline, Obstacles Loom
The pipeline had been blocked by Obama, who said it would do nothing to reduce fuel prices for U.S. motorists and would contribute to emissions linked to global warming.
Democratic Opposition to Gorsuch Grows
The Democratic opposition to Gorsuch could prompt a showdown in the Senate and delay the judge's confirmation but ultimately the Republicans are likely to win that fight.
U.N. Says Israel Ignoring Demand to End Settlement Building
Most countries view Israeli settlement activity as illegal and an obstacle to peace. Israel disagrees. Palestinians want an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.
Tillerson Sets Date with NATO, Ending No-Show Uproar
Tillerson's potential no-show had increased unease caused by U.S. President Donald Trump's description of NATO as "obsolete" during his election campaign.
Republicans Pull Trump's Healthcare Bill, Cancel Vote
GOP leaders had planned a vote on the measure after Trump cut off negotiations with Republicans who had balked at the plan.
Man Blows Himself up Near a Bangladesh Airport Checkpoint
The man was initially suspected of a suicide attack but police said the bomb exploded while he was hiding it from police.
House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes Cancels Public Session on Russia Election Interference Probe
Nunes said the panel needs to hear from directors of the FBI and the National Security Agency in a closed session instead.
Intelligence Officers Considered London Attacker Khalid Masood to Be Criminal Posing No Real Threat
A British-born convert to Islam, Masood had racked up a string of convictions, but none for terrorism-related offences.
Egypt's Former President Hosni Mubarak Freed Six Years After Overthrow: Lawyer
Mubarak was the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings.
Twitter Considers Paid Subscription Version of Tweetdeck for Professionals
The move raises the possibility that Twitter could collect subscription fees for the first time.
Rex Tillerson Orders Tougher Visa Screening for Groups 'Warranting Increased Security'
"Extreme vetting" of foreigners was one of Trump's campaign promises.
Russia May Be Supplying Taliban in Afghanistan: U.S. General
"I've seen the influence of Russia of late—increased influence in terms of association and perhaps even supply," said NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe.
Trump Administration Reiterates Concerns About Israeli Settlements in Latest Talks
The talks ended without agreement over limiting future construction on land the Palestinians want for a state.
China is Not Militarizing the South Sea, Says Premier Li
China has drawn criticism for large-scale building in the South China Sea.