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Fred and Cindy Warmbier watch as their son Otto, is placed in a hearse after his funeral, Thursday, June 22, 2017, in Wyoming, Ohio. Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student who was sentenced in March 2016 to 15 years in prison with hard labor in North Korea, died this week, days after returning to the United States. (AP Photo/Bryan Woolston)
North Korea says it's 'biggest victim' in US student's deathNorth Korea has called itself the "biggest victim" in the death of an American student who was detained for more than a year and died days after being released in a coma
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The Latest: Syngenta to appeal $218M verdict in seed caseSwiss agribusiness giant Syngenta says it will appeal a Kansas federal jury's awarding of nearly $218 million to Kansas farmers who sued the company over its introduction of a genetically modified corn seed variety
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Pakistani nursing staff attend an injured girl at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, Friday, June 23, 2017. A powerful bomb went off near the office of the provincial police chief in southwest Pakistan on Friday, causing casualties, police said. (AP Photo/Arshad Butt)
40 people killed in bomb, gun attacks in 3 Pakistani citiesOfficials: at least 40 people killed, nearly 100 wounded in bomb and gun attacks in 3 Pakistani cities
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Bergdahl judge rejects motion to limit desertion durationSgt. Bowe Bergdahl's capture by the Taliban ended his unauthorized absence hours after he left his post in Afghanistan in 2009.
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Protesters shout slogans during a rally near the Presidential Palace in Manila in a "Black Friday" protest to mark the first month of the declaration of Martial Law in the whole of Mindanao region in southern Philippines by President Rodrigo Duterte in the wake of the Muslim militant siege of Marawi city Friday, June 23, 2017. The siege by militants aligned with the Islamic State group continues as it enters its second month Friday. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
Philippines: IS funded siege through Malaysian militantThe Philippine military chief says the Islamic State group helped fund the monthlong siege of a southern Philippine city through a Malaysian militant who was reportedly killed by troops
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Sri Lankan doctors strike to demand university's closureA strike by Sri Lankan doctors has paralyzed government hospitals, though doctors continued to treat critical and emergency cases
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Obama begins nostalgic vacation in Indonesia with his familyOfficials say former U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived on the resort island of Bali to begin a vacation in Indonesia, where he lived for several years as a child
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Pakistani nursing staff attend an injured girl at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, Friday, June 23, 2017. A powerful bomb went off near the office of the provincial police chief in southwest Pakistan on Friday, causing casualties, police said. (AP Photo/Arshad Butt)
The Latest: Bombings at market in northwest Pakistan kill 15The Latest: Pakistani official says twin bombings at crowded market in country's northwest kill 15 people
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Pakistani government official: Twin bombings at crowded market kill 15 people, wound 70 in country's northwestPakistani government official: Twin bombings at crowded market kill 15 people, wound 70 in country's northwest
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A woman walks by an electronic stock board showing the Hang Seng Index at a bank in Hong Kong, Friday, June 23, 2017. Asian shares are ending the week on a subdued note with most indexes little changed Friday as the price of oil halted its decline, while still hovering near its lowest level in almost a year. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
Oil prices remain driver across financial marketsWorld stocks mixed as oil stabilizes, investors assess China clampdown, Eurozone survey
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FILE - In this March 31, 2017 file photo, Mongolians hold up banners reading: "Oyu-Tolgoi mine and the Noyon Mountain are in offshore account" and "Let's guarantee security of our nation" during a protest over the alleged theft of government funds deposited in offshore accounts in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Mongolians will vote for a new president on Monday, June 26, 2017 in a race pitting a horse salesman against a former judo star and a nationalist wanting to preserve the vast landlocked country's mineral wealth. (AP Photo/Ganbat Namjilsangarav, File)
Corruption, economic crisis overshadow Mongolian electionMongolians will vote for a new president on Monday in a race pitting a horse salesman against a former judo star and a nationalist wanting to preserve the vast landlocked country's mineral wealth
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Cambodian villagers line up to enter a courtroom before the hearings against two former Khmer Rouge senior leaders, at the U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Friday, June 23, 2017. The U.N.-backed tribunal on Friday held its closing statement in case 002/02 against the Khmer Rouge leaders Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea. The men are charged with a range of crimes including genocide, murder, rape and enslavement. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
Khmer Rouge leaders deliver closing defense at trialThe former head of state of Cambodia's 1970s Khmer Rouge regime, facing judgment on charges of genocide and other crimes, has rejected the case against him, saying the allegation of genocide was concocted by neighboring Vietnam
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S. Korean leader observes missile test amid North's threatsSouth Korean President Moon Jae-in has observed the test-firing of a new midrange missile being developed to counter North Korean threats, saying Seoul must be able to militarily "dominate" the North for future engagement to work
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An aerial view shows heavy machinery used by workers as they pruned the roots, built a burlap, plywood and steel-pipe structure to contain the rootball so they can move the roughly 100-foot sequoia tree in Boise, Idaho, Thursday, June 22, 2017. The sequoia tree sent more than a century ago by naturalist John Muir to Idaho and planted in a Boise medical doctor's yard has become an obstacle to progress. So the 98-foot (30-meter) sequoia planted in 1912 and that's in the way of a Boise hospital's expansion is being uprooted and moved about a block to city property this weekend. (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone)
10 Things to Know for TodayAmong 10 Things to Know: Qatar's neighbors issue stiff demands, McConnell stakes it all on health bill, massive sequoia tree moving two blocks
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Police officer beaten to death in Indian-controlled KashmirPolice and witnesses say an officer has been beaten to death by a group of people in the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir after he was suspected of spying on worshippers
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