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Scuffles in Bucharest as thousands protest corruption (VIDEO)

Some 50,000 Romanians braved the sleet and snow on Saturday to protest against corruption in Bucharest.

Will Washington Finally Let The Middle East Fight Its Own Battles? / THE WASHINGTON POST FORT POLK — In training exercises in a mock Afghan village constructed here on a base amid swampland, the U.S.

Turkish tanks back Free Syrian Army's offense in Afrin – local media

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Hostages use bed sheets to flee besieged & burning Kabul Intercontinental Hotel (VIDEO)

The dramatic moment when people tried to escape the siege of the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, has been captured on camera.

Syrian Army encircles large group of Al-Nusra Front in Idlib, liberates airport

The Syrian Army and militia have encircled a large grouping within Al-Nusra Front in eastern Idlib and have liberated the Abu Duhur airport from jihadists, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported on Sunday.

12-hour siege of Kabul Intercontinental Hotel ends, all 3 attackers killed

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N. Korean pop singer arrives in the South to check out Olympic art venues

A N. Korean delegation has travelled to the South to inspect Olympic venues. Pyongyang had earlier indicated the visit would be canceled, raising alarm over the fate of the budding rapprochement in the run-up to the Games.

4 months without a government: Is Germany better off this way?

After four months of political horse trading, Germany appears to be close to forming a new government, but with things humming along, it begs the question: Does the EU's most powerful player actually need someone in charge?

'Is it propaganda if you agree with it?' Twitter warns RT contributors about 'Russian bots'

Twitter has sent warning letters to hundreds of thousands of subscribers that their accounts have been spotted retweeting or liking "Russian propaganda." RT contributors were among the recipients, and they are not amused.

Ground phase of Turkish attack on Afrin will start on Sunday – PM

Following an intense shelling and bombing attack on Kurdish positions in Afrin Saturday, Turkey's PM announced the ground phase of operation 'Olive Branch' will kick into gear Sunday.

Statue of Liberty closed Saturday as government begins shutdown over spending deadlock

Tourists were met with disappointment Saturday as they arrived in New York City to find the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island were closed as part of the government shutdown.

Government shutdown 2018: what we know so far

The government officially shut down Friday at midnight, but the House and Senate are still in session this weekend.

“We’re not going anywhere”: The 2018 women’s marches show the movement’s endurance

Some wondered whether marchers could sustain their energy for a whole year. On Saturday, the answer seemed to be yes.

Thousands Join Women's March In DC

Watch Video Thousands of people showed up in Washington, D.C., to march from the Lincoln Memorial to the White House.

Turkey vows to spare Afrin civilians as reports of 1st non-combatant deaths emerge

Turkey has vowed not to harm civilians in Afrin as it bombs the Syrian Kurdish region amid the first reports of civilian casualties.

9 reported deaths in Turkish strikes on Afrin, wounded civilians rushed to hospitals (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

At least nine people have reportedly been killed in Afrin, Syria, as Turkey bombs the predominantly Kurdish region.

The lead Democratic negotiator on immigration doesn’t see a path forward

The shutdown needs a solution on DACA. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) sounds doubtful they’ll ever get one. Walking to the Capitol Building Saturday evening, Sen.

Grandmother, sitting in car reading Bible, latest victim of carjacking spree in Chicago

A 72-year-old grandmother is one of the latest victims in a string of carjackings in crime-ridden Chicago.

Investigate chemical incidents in Syria instead of blaming Damascus & distorting our views – Moscow

Russia has called for an investigation of all chemical incidents in Syria, as the US has ignored all evidence of terrorist involvement while portraying the allegations against Damascus, based on shady sources, as the truth.

US special forces spent three weeks testing border wall prototypes — the results couldn’t be better

U.S. military special forces and the Customs and Border Protection agency recently finished testing border wall prototypes — and the results couldn’t be more conclusive.