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Mexico's likely next top diplomat says US treatment bad

Jul 9, 2018

The man proposed to be Mexico's next foreign minister says the United States government under President Donald Trump has treated Mexico badly

Yemen demands Emirates shut down prisons where abuses rife

Jul 9, 2018

Yemen's interior minister has demanded the United Arab Emirates shut down or hand over secret prisons that The Associated Press reported are under the control of the UAE and its allied militias

Iraq expands manual recount to 7 provinces

Jul 9, 2018

Iraq's election commission is expanding its manual recount of ballots from May's parliamentary elections, which were marred by allegations of fraud and irregularities

Pompeo pushes peace talks on unannounced trip to Afghanistan

Jul 9, 2018

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has reiterated the Trump administration's calls for peace talks between Afghanistan's government and the Taliban on an unannounced visit to Kabul

South Sudan cancels Independence Day celebrations amid war

Jul 9, 2018

South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, has canceled Independence Day celebrations for the third year in a row as a devastating civil war grinds on

Iraq says airstrike has killed 20 IS militants outside Mosul

Jul 9, 2018

Iraqi military spokesman: US-led coalition airstrike kills 20 Islamic State militants outside city of Mosul

24 killed in train derailment after heavy rains in Turkey

Jul 9, 2018

Turkish officials say that a passenger train derailed in a northwestern region, killing two dozen people and injuring more than 300 others

A look in Iraq's courtrooms where IS suspects are tried

Jul 9, 2018

Few witness the proceedings as Iraqi courts try suspected IS members, issuing death sentences as a dizzying rate

Mexico police commander suspended after journalist bloodied

Jul 8, 2018

A Mexico City police commander has been suspended after an incident in which a newspaper photographer was allegedly roughed up by officers while reporting on street-level drug arrests

Mexico election agency ratifies Lopez Obrador landslide win

Jul 8, 2018

Mexico's National Electoral Institute has ratified Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's landslide win in the July 1 presidential vote

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