Watch Video People around the world could soon start living longer. A study found in 35 industrialized countries, life expectancy should increase by the year 2030.
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Watch Video Dozens of bodies believed to be migrants have washed up on Libya's shore. The Libyan Red Crescent recovered at least 74 bodies on the country's northern coast Monday.
Watch Video Israeli soldier Elor Azaria has been handed an 18-month prison sentence for killing a Palestinian man.
Watch Video Five people were killed, including four Americans, when a small plane crashed into a shopping center in Australia.
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Watch Video The U.K. Parliament debated whether or not to rescind the invitation to President Donald Trump for a state visit. A state visit is more prestigious than an official visit since it involves the queen and a lot of pomp and circumstance. Only two presidents since the 50s have received such an honor.
Watch Video Vitaly Churkin, Russia's longtime ambassador to the United Nations, has died suddenly at the age of 64.
Watch Video Norway plans to donate around $10 million to non-governmental organizations that provide women with abortion information and services. The country hopes to help counter President Donald Trump's recent executive order reinstating the so-called "global gag rule." The rule prevents NGOs that provide or promote abortions from receiving government funding. By donating, Norway is joining a global initiative with a goal of making up for the predicted $600 million budgetary shortfall caused by Trump's executive order.
Watch Video U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis distanced himself from one of the president's campaign talking points. "We're not in Iraq to seize anyone's oil," Mattis told CNN in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday.
Watch Video Vice President Mike Pence continued to reiterate the U.S.' commitment to its European allies with a stop at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Monday.
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Watch Video Not long after North Korea's latest missile test, China announced it won't be importing any more coal from its neighbor this year. It's a significant blow to North Korea's fragile economy that depends heavily on coal exports.
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Watch Video Concerns about President Trump's ties to Vladimir Putin's Russia have been back in the limelight since Michael Flynn resigned as national security adviser.
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Watch Video Iraqi armed forces are moving to retake western Mosul from ISIS. Planes dropped millions of leaflets over the western half of the city, urging fighters to surrender and asking citizens to hang a white flag outside their home. The United Nations estimates up to 800,000 people are still living in western Mosul. The effort to liberate Mosul, at one time Iraq's second-largest city, began in October.
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