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Humanitarian groups have warned that sanctions are blocking aid to the impoverished nation.
Don Martin faces life in prison for rape and molestation conviction when is extradited back to U.S.
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“The rich and powerful shouldn’t play by some other set of rules," he said.
The former first lady was promoting her book "Becoming," in which she described her emotions when it came time to make way for President Donald Trump.
Bank tellers accused Paul McCowns of trying to cash a fraudulent check.
White House press secretary says Trump will find other ways to fund his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border in order to avert a partial government shutdown.
Sustainable construction firm EnviroBuild paid $25,000 for the right to name the amphibian at an auction hosted by the U.S.-based non-profit environmental organization Rainforest Trust.
Hosts were responding to Fox News' pundit's "dirtier" immigration comment, which resulted in mass advertising boycott.
The judge offered Flynn several opportunities to delay his sentencing after a prosecutor for the special counsel's team said Flynn was still "possibly" cooperating.
Over 18,000 exercises and training sessions were conducted in the past year and new ones are being planned for 2019, Russia's defense minister said.