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A mother push stroller passing by at North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. South Korea's intelligence service told lawmakers Monday that four North Korean government spies were involved in the Feb. 13, 2017, killing of the estranged half brother of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Unin Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
Malaysia to charge 2 women with murder in N. Korean's deathMalaysia's attorney general says the two women accused of killing the half brother of North Korea's leader with a nerve agent in a Kuala Lumpur airport terminal will be charged with murder on Wednesday
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this image taken on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017, a customer prepares to drink an espresso coffee at a traditional coffee bar in Milan, Italy. Longtime CEO Howard Schultz's vision for Starbucks was largely inspired by the Milan coffee bars he experienced on his first trip to the northern Italian city in 1983. Schultz will continue on with the company to open ''the quintessential Roastery'' in Milan by the end of 2018. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
Starbucks CEO says chain ready to enter Italy after 35 yearsStarbucks CEO Howard Schultz's vision for the chain was largely inspired by the Milan coffee bars he experienced on his first trip to Milan in 1983
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Russia pledges to veto UN sanctions resolution on SyriaRussia is pledging to veto a Western-backed U.N. resolution that would impose sanctions on 21 Syrian individuals, organizations and companies allegedly involved in chemical weapons attacks in the war-ravaged country
The Associated Press2 hours ago
IS militants in north Sinai showing their strengthEgyptian security officials and a tribal leader say that Islamic State militants in the volatile northern Sinai region have abducted four civilians accused of cooperating with the military and killed at least two of them
The Associated Press8 hours ago
In this frame grab from video taken on March 10, 2014 and released by El Salvador's Canal 9, a hippopotamus named Gustavito is fed at the San Salvador Zoo in El Salvador. Zoo director Vladan Henriquez said at a news conference on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 that the animal was covered with bruises and puncture wounds after apparently being attacked with metal bars, knives and rocks. The attack occurred on Tuesday night, Feb. 21, 2017. Zookeepers did not discover the hippo’s injuries until Thursday because he did not leave his pool, and he died late Sunday, Feb. 26. (Canal 9 via AP) NO PUBLICAR EN EL SALVADOR
Authorities investigate killing of hippo at El Salvador zooEl Salvador's widespread violence has reached an unexpected corner with the brutal and fatal beating of the national zoo's beloved hippopotamus Gustavito
The Associated Press8 hours ago
Syria's main opposition High Negotiations Committee, HNC, leader Nasr al-Hariri speaks during a press conference, after a round of negotiation between the HNC and the UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. (Salvatore Di Nolfi/Keystone via AP)
Warplanes pound northwest Syria as Geneva meetings continueAirstrikes on Syria's rebel-held Idlib province kill at least 11 people, opposition activists say, in the latest spasm of violence to mar U.N.-brokered talks in Geneva between the government and the opposition
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Turkey orders German newspaper journalist jailed until trialA Turkish court ordered a journalist for Germany's Die Welt newspaper jailed pending a trial on charges of terrorist propaganda and inciting hatred, media reports said
The Associated Press9 hours ago
This photo taken Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017 in Krakow, Poland, shows an old picture of Renaissance-era of the southern Polish city of Krakow, that together with two other artworks, was returned to Poland Sunday by Austria's Horst von Waechter, whose family had looted them from Krakow during World War II. Waechter's father, Otto von Waechter, was a Nazi governor of the occupied city. (Office of the Governor Malopolska via AP)
Nazi's son returns art that his family looted in PolandIn a gesture welcomed in Poland, the son of a Nazi official has returned three artworks that his family had looted from the southern Polish city of Krakow during World War II
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Syrian cinematographers Khaled Khateeb, left, a member of the Syrian Civil Defense — popularly known as White Helmets and Fadi Alhalabi, 23, right, who was close to the organisation and also provided video for the Oscar-winning documentary "The White Helmets", pose for The Associated Press, in Istanbul, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. A young volunteer in the Syrian search-and-rescue group featured in an Academy Award-winning documentary said Monday he hopes the award will help stop "massacres" in his country, and described a U.S. decision to block him from traveling to Los Angeles for the Oscars as "America's loss." (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Oscar-winning Syrian group hopes award will stop 'massacres'A young volunteer in the Syrian search-and-rescue group featured in an Academy Award-winning documentary says he hopes the award will help stop "massacres" in his country
The Associated Press12 hours ago
In this photo taken Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, a group of right-wing radicals wave Croatian and US flags as they march through downtown Zagreb. The U.S. Embassy in Croatia on Monday strongly denounced the march by far-right nationalists in the Croatian capital who waved an American flag and reportedly voiced support for President Donald Trump. (AP Photo)
US embassy condemns far-right march with US flag in CroatiaThe U.S. Embassy in Croatia strongly denounced a march by far-right nationalists in the capital of Zagreb who waved an American flag and reportedly voiced support for President Donald Trump
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Fred Berger, producer of "La La Land," foreground center, gives his acceptance speech as members of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Brian Cullinan, holding red envelope, and Martha L. Ruiz, in red dress, and a stage manager discuss the best picture announcement error among the cast at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The actual winner of best picture went to "Moonlight." (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
Oscars mistake puts consulting firm's reputation in jeopardyFor 82 years, global accounting and consulting firm PwC has enjoyed the reputational boon it got from leading the balloting process at the Academy Awards
The Associated Press13 hours ago
UK's problem-plagued inquiry into child sex abuse beginsBritain's problem-plagued inquiry into child sex abuse has finally gotten under way, years after it was organized to address revelations that entertainers, clergy and senior politicians were involved in abuse
The Associated Press14 hours ago
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