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‘Flood of the century’ fears rise in Paris along with the Seine
Emergency precautions are in place as constant rain has pushed the River Seine almost 10 feet above its regular level, with further increases expected.


Nigerians return from slavery in Libya to thriving sex-trafficking industry back home
Survivors and experts say the rush to return trafficked women to Nigeria is doing little to break the cycle of sex slavery.


Lula, once Brazil’s most popular politician, faces ruling that could send him to jail
Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva is still leading in the polls but faces a host of corruption charges.


Corruption scandal now wreaking havoc in Peru
Report highlights the challenges the U.S. military faces in partnering with forces abroad.


Pentagon and watchdog at odds over efforts to prevent sexual abuse of children by Afghan troops
The secretary of defense's visit to Southeast Asia comes as the military refocuses efforts to counter China and Russia.


Mattis seeks ties with once brutal Indonesia special forces unit, with an eye on China
Russian officials saw signs of “extremism” in the satirical retelling of the power struggle to succeed Joseph Stalin.


Russia bans the darkly comic film, ‘Death of Stalin’
Research on Ireland's Aran Islands may offer some warnings about the future impact of climate change.


Storm waves moved this 620-ton boulder, researchers say — a stunning testament to the ocean's power
The economy is hit hard by a bribery scandal involving a Brazilian construction firm.


The corruption scandal started in Brazil. Now it’s wreaking havoc in Peru.
Emergency precautions are in place as constant rain has pushed the River Seine to 2.9 meters above its regular level, with further increases expected.


‘Flood of the century’ fears rise in Paris along with the Seine
"This increase is not a spike but rather a rise to a continuing plateau,” a new report says.


U.N. troops told to fight back, use force as peacekeeper deaths surge
Emergency precautions are in place as constant rain has pushed the River Seine to 2.9 meters above its regular level, with further increases expected.


‘Flood of the century’ fears rise in Paris along with the Seine
"This increase is not a spike but rather a rise to a continuing plateau,” a new report says.


U.N. troops told to fight back, use force as peacekeeper deaths surge
Female journalists are angry over gender segregation at a holy Jewish site.


Female journalists covering Pence in Israel forced to stand behind male colleagues
It may end up being the second failed Sky takeover attempt by Murdoch.


Murdoch's Fox takeover of Sky in question, as British regulator fears ‘too much control’
Secretary Mattis' visit to Southeast Asia comes as the military refocuses efforts to counter China and Russia.


Secretary Mattis seeks ties with once-brutal Indonesia special forces unit, with an eye on China
In Paris, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Russia has failed to rid Syria of chemical weapons and has no moral authority to weigh in on a solution to the country’s civil war.


Tillerson blames Russia for gas attacks on civilians in Syria
Mr. Masekela, who fused African folk with American jazz, achieved a No. 1 hit in 1968 with “Grazing in the Grass.”


Hugh Masekela, South African trumpeter and a leading voice in the anti-apartheid movement, dies at 78
Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva is still leading in the polls but faces a host of corruption charges.


Lula, once Brazil’s most popular politician, faces ruling that could send him to jail
Female journalists are angry over gender segregation at a holy Jewish site.


Female journalists covering Pence in Israel forced to stand behind male colleagues
German pro surfer Sebastian Steudtner said the waves at Navare made for 'a day to remember.'


Watch a surfer take on a monster wave off the coast of Portugal
Interview last week with attorney general could shed new light on firing of FBI Director James B. Comey.


Sessions interviewed by special counsel probing possible Trump campaign ties with Russia
Israelis warmly welcomed the vice president; Palestinians snubbed him.


Prospects of peace elusive as Pence wraps up visit to Israel
Mount Mayon, which has killed dozens in previous eruptions, may be on the verge of another.


Tens of thousands flee Philippines volcano as it shoots lava nearly half a mile into the sky
It may end up being the second failed Sky takeover attempt by Murdoch.


Murdoch's Fox takeover of Sky in question, as British regulator fears ‘too much control’
Survivors and experts say the rush to return trafficked women to Nigeria is doing little to break the cycle of sex slavery.


Nigerians return from slavery in Libya to thriving sex-trafficking industry back home
One soldier on a training exercise was killed, and a dozen people were injured.


Japanese volcano erupts, raining rocks onto ski slope and triggering avalanche
The pope said that his words must have come across as a "slap in the face" to victims.


Pope partially apologizes to Chilean abuse victims, but still backs controversial bishop
The annual gathering of global elites gets hit by an epic snowstorm.


Even in optimistic Davos, winter has come
Report highlights the challenges the U.S. military faces in partnering with forces abroad.


Pentagon and watchdog at odds over efforts to prevent sexual abuse of children by Afghan troops
Russia’s defense minister has visited Vietnam, seeking to expand military ties with Moscow’s Cold War-era ally.


Russian defense minister visits Vietnam to boost ties
The Latest on developments in Syria (all times local):


The Latest: US condemns reported Syria gas attack
Nicanor Parra, a Chilean physicist, mathematician and self-described “anti-poet” whose eccentric writings won him a leading place in Latin American literature, died Tuesday. He was 103.


Chilean poet, physicist Nicanor Parra dies at 103
Venezuela’s President Maduro says he’s ready to seek re-election if ruling socialists select him as candidate.


Venezuela’s President Maduro says he’s ready to seek re-election if ruling socialists select him as candidate
Less than two weeks after announcing his candidacy, Egypt’s former chief of staff was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of incitement against the armed forces and other charges in what appeared to be a calculated move to force out the last potentially serious challenger to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.


Egypt’s military arrests ex-general running for president
Venezuela’s constitutional assembly has ordered presidential elections by the end of April as the ruling socialist party seeks to consolidate its grip on power amid a rapidly-worsening economic crisis.


Venezuelan assembly orders elections by end of April

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