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August 20th
Gunshots were fired at the U.S. embassy in Ankara, causing no injuries but highlighting rising anti-American sentiment in Turkey as relations sour between the countries.
August 20th
Athens and the EU hail the end of the bailout as a historic day when Greece recovers its national freedom, but many Greeks find it hard to believe that this truly is the end of an era.
August 20th
China is celebrating the 40th anniversary of policy overhauls that helped transform it into the world’s No. 2 economy. Yet much of the fanfare has focused on President Xi Jinping, playing up his economic credentials and diluting Deng Xiaoping’…
August 20th
Leader of the Catholic Church says crimes against more than 1,000 victims over 70 years weren’t handled in a ‘timely manner.’
August 20th
The exodus of Venezuelans gained pace as the government’s plans to address the collapsing economy fueled anxiety, while tensions grew in neighboring countries that have strained to absorb refugees.
August 20th
Kofi Annan in 10 years as the United Nations secretary-general, led the world body’s efforts to face an era of global terrorism and conflict, but struggled over differences with leading powers as he sought to remake and modernize the organization.
August 20th
Families separated for decades are being reunited for a short time as Seoul and Pyongyang push ahead with humanitarian engagement, even as nuclear talks stall between the U.S. and North Korea.
August 20th
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani proposed a conditional three-month cease-fire in the government’s U.S.-backed war against the Taliban.
August 20th
Australia’s prime minister, facing a rebellion within his conservative ranks, backed away from attempts to mandate emissions-reduction targets in a bid to save his leadership.
August 20th
Colombia’s police are testing whether drones carrying defoliants can kill the leaf used to make cocaine and win the support of Trump administration officials concerned about the country’s capacity to supply drugs to the U.S.
August 20th
Amateur videos show burning and collapsed houses as two more strong earthquakes hit Lombok, Indonesia.
August 20th
Waters recede in some areas but officials warn of disease spreading among thousands made homeless.
August 20th
The militant group says security forces were the target of the ambush near Kunduz, Afghanistan.
August 20th
Monsoon rains in India's Kerala state have eased for now and rescue efforts are being stepped up.
August 20th
The reported removal of thousands of apps follows criticism by Chinese state media.
August 20th
The film, with an all-Asian cast, is the first romantic comedy to take the top spot in three years.
August 20th
About 200 North and South Koreans will spend a few hours with family they have not seen since the war.
August 20th
Four Japanese basketball players are sent home from the Asian Games in Indonesia for allegedly paying women for sex.
August 20th
Malcolm Turnbull's decision to drop an emissions target follows a revolt within his government.
August 20th
Lee Keum-seom is one of dozens of South Koreans heading to the North to meet long-lost family.