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The report also urged the city to pressure the Canadian government to scale up "prevention, harm reduction and treatment services."
The attack, outside a government ministry building where 17 people were killed last month, ended a period of relative peace in Afghanistan’s capital.
The president and his deputy have offered to be the first to undergo a "lifestyle audit," an anti-graft initiative that, if implemented, would require every official to show how they earned enough to afford the luxuries they own.
France’s World Cup squad presents image of diverse nation
In the capital city, smoke flares and air horns — and air thick with tension
The documents show some startling historic capabilities but provide no proof of cheating on the 2015 nuclear deal.
The attack, outside a government ministry building where 17 people were killed last month, ended a period of relative peace in Afghanistan’s capital.
Transfers of the remains of U.S. soldiers were halted in 2005 amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea.
The report recommends convening a task force "to explore options for the legal regulation of all drugs in Canada."
A shocking video circulating on social media shows armed men shooting and killing two women and two children.
If the wind is strong enough, it could push the iceberg harmlessly out to sea. If it rains, the berg could break, with devastating effects.
The official residence of the prime minister of Canada remains vacant and abandoned, a victim of political indecision and fear of spending taxpayer money.
The report recommends convening a task force "to explore options for the legal regulation of all drugs in Canada."
The incident fueled ongoing protests over the arrest of a district police chief that have shut down roads and forced several government offices to close.
A senior Australian judge and a former N.Z. premier are conducting inquiries into separate but similar incidents during the war.
There are signs that the special counsel is moving to finish a significant portion of his investigative work by the end of the summer.
Reports of threats and intimidation emerge by the hundreds as the historic July 30 vote nears.
In his tweets, he also attacked Obama, questioned the FBI, torched CNN and bragged about his 2016 win. 
Two students were killed and at least 10 were injured before top Catholic clergy were able to negotiate their release.
Fans in this young Balkan nation have watched many of their countrymen leave to play on elite teams around Europe. Now those same players have a chance to bring the sports’ biggest prize home.
American partners fear a Trump deal with Putin at the Helsinki summit could lead to the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
A shocking video circulating on social media shows armed men shooting and killing two women and two children.
If the wind is strong enough, it could push the iceberg harmlessly out to sea. If it rains, the berg could break, with devastating effects.
Protests that began earlier this week in Basra are spreading to many other cities in the Shiite south.
Nearly 160 people have been killed this week, putting the nation on edge about security.
The official residence of the prime minister of Canada remains vacant and abandoned, a victim of political indecision and fear of spending taxpayer money.
Austin was selected over Minneapolis, Boston, Philadelphia and Raleigh, N.C.
The 19-year-old son of a British woman who died after being exposed to a nerve agent first developed by the Soviet Union has called on U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss his mother with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the leaders’ summit in Finland.
President Donald Trump is setting expectations low for his high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, assuring that "nothing bad ... and maybe some good will come out" of Monday’s meeting in Finland. His national security adviser said they aren’t looking for "concrete deliverables."
Official rivals just weeks ago, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea embraced warmly to the roar of a crowd of thousands Sunday at a concert celebrating the end of a long state of war.
The sponsors of the Russian "troll factory" that meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign have launched a new American website ahead of the U.S. midterm election in November. A Russian oligarch has links to Maryland’s election services. Russian bots and trolls are deploying increasingly sophisticated, targeted tools. And a new indictment suggests the Kremlin itself was behind previous hacking efforts in support of Donald Trump.
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Croatia’s president hopes her American and Russian counterparts show "responsibility" and remember they are the guarantors of the whole world’s stability when they hold their first summit Monday.