Saudi-led coalition airstrikes kill more than 30 Yemeni civilians, U.N. says

The airstrikes targeting Yemen’s northern Al-Jawf province came a day after the country’s rebel Houthi movement claimed it had shot down a coalition warplane in the same area.

Pompeo touts economic ties in Africa amid tension over visas, security assistance

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is the first U.S. Cabinet official to visit Africa in 19 months.

Storm Dennis, 2nd-strongest bomb cyclone on record in North Atlantic, causes severe flooding in Britain

The storm dumped more than a month's worth of rain in parts of Wales, flooding towns and prompting evacuations.
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Police stormed a university in India. Muslim students call it an act of revenge.

The crackdown in December in north India, little documented until now, was a key turning point in the most significant unrest to grip the country in years.
Hundreds of Americans who’ve been quarantined on the Diamond Princess since Feb. 5 will be flown to the U.S. on chartered planes.
Some Europeans have made their peace with a second Trump term. Others wonder what Sanders might bring.
The coronavirus spreads more easily than SARS, but it is not as deadly.
Chinese health officials confirmed that the pneumonialike coronavirus came from wild animals sold at a market in Wuhan, the city of 11 million people and capital of the Hubei province in China.
As officials and experts worked to stem the global spread of the novel coronavirus, gamers have turned their attention to parallel, imaginary struggles.
Those aboard the Diamond Princess will face 14 more days of quarantine upon their return to the United States, and a passenger from the MS Westerdam is diagnosed in Malaysia.
News comes as 67 more people on the Diamond Princess are found to have the virus, bringing the total number of infected on board to 285.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Western bonds were alive and well. There was silence instead of applause.
The home was not licensed, according to UNICEF, which called it a common problem in the country.
The extremists are “regrouping” and mounting attacks in northern and western Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan Prime Minister Masrour Barzani told The Post.
This is the story of one extended family in Wuhan at a time when nothing is normal.
Poverty and trauma have left the nation with a mental health crisis, and treatment options are few and far between. A new center aims to change that, but it faces huge challenges.
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More than 1,700 have been infected and six have died — a rate on par with previous outbreaks.
The comments appeared to walk back threats from other administration officials.
The slaying of the 25-year-old and publication of photos of her body have reignited protests against violence targeting women.
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After 40 years of wars and conflict, more than 1.5 million Afghan refugees still live in neighboring Pakistan
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A group of Americans cut short a 14-day quarantine on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in the port of Yokohama, near Tokyo, to be whisked back to America
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Chinese authorities have reported a slight upturn in new virus cases and 105 more deaths, as the military dispatched hundreds of additional medical workers and extra supplies to the city hit hardest by the 2-month-old outbreak
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A group of Americans cut short a 14-day quarantine on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in the port of Yokohama, near Tokyo, to be whisked back to America
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Syrian troops are making significant advances against the last rebel held enclaves in the country’s northwest, consolidating the government’s hold over the key Aleppo province
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