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The U.N. called for an immediate end to the “senseless human suffering” in Syria as more than 100 civilians were killed in Eastern Ghouta following air raids, rocket strikes and shelling carried out by pro-government forces.

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Oxfam, the disgraced charity under fire for alleged sexual exploitation by its Haiti team in 2011, has released its internal report, admitting that three of the accused men physically threatened a witness during the probe. 

Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who triggered a political firestorm by pardoning former leader Alberto Fujimori,

Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who triggered a political firestorm by pardoning former leader Alberto Fujimori, urged people to accept the decision as protests in the capital Lima entered the second day.

Kim Yo Jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister invited S. Korean president to Pyongyang.

N. Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un lauded “sincere” efforts by the South after the return of its Winter Olympics delegation and gave instructions to liven up “the warm climate of reconciliation and dialogue.”

Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks.

Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, has maintained a stoic silence as a Belgian court opened trial on charges related to a shootout with police officers shortly before his arrest in 2016.

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More than 100 pro-government Syrian fighters were killed in the eastern part of the country after the U.S. launched counter airstrikes in the region following an attack on its allied Syrian Democratic Forces.

Nikolas Cruz shot dead 17 people with legally purchased assault rifle.

Nikolas Cruz, accused of killing 17 people at a school in Florida, confessed to the crime, as more details emerge about the tragedy, renewing national debate over the menace of gun violence in the U.S. schools.