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German court convicts Algerian of supporting IS group

A German court has convicted an Algerian man of supporting the Islamic State group for helping plan the smuggling of a would-be fighter to IS-held terrority in Syria

Emirates throws Airbus A380 a lifeline with $16…

The Middle East's largest airline, Emirates is purchasing 20 A380 aircraft with the option for 16 more in a deal worth $16 billion, throwing a lifeline to the European-made double-decker jumbo jets

North Korea and South Korea form a joint ice…

North and South Korea are forming a joint team for the Winter Olympics. Following a year of heightened tension over the North’s nuclear weapons program, the two countries are assembling a women's ice hockey team for the games in Pyeongchang.

Teen migrants risk death crossing the Alps

CNN's Melissa Bell reports on the ill-equipped migrants making a perilous trek across the Alps from Italy to France in search of a better life.

Here are Some Differences Between Cat And Dog…

Your favorite, music, movies and hobbies could help identify whether you like cats or dogs. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Northern Ireland Parties Move Toward Coalition…

The region has been without an executive or legislature since last January.

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Israel kills Palestinian sought in deadly…

In pre-dawn raid, Israeli forces kill Palestinian wanted in fatal shooting of West Bank rabbi

The Latest: Europe storm: Romania closes schools…

Snowstorms and high winds left dozens of schools, several main roads and ports closed in parts of Romania and thousands of people without electricity

North, South Korea to form joint women's hockey…

The athletes will march together at the opening ceremonies at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

North, South Korea to march under unified flag

North and South Korean athletes will march together at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony under a unified flag in a diplomatic breakthrough following days of talks between the two countries.

Here's Why Trains in Japan Will Bark Like A Dog…

Japanese Train researchers developed a new technology that allows trains to bark like a dog, and mimic deer snorting sounds. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

What We Can Learn From Listening To Iran's…

Newsy analyzed footage and slogans from dozens of Iranian protest videos to better understand why people were demonstrating.

Zimbabwe's leader: 1st post-Mugabe elections in…

Zimbabwe leader: 1st post-Mugabe elections in May or June; pressured to deliver credible vote

Pair of giant pandas get snowy welcome in Finland

A pair of pandas has arrived to Finland as China's gift to the small Nordic nation that marked centenary of its independence last year, and as the latest installment of Beijing's "panda diplomacy" throughout the world

Tillerson, US allies huddle to choke North Korea…

The secretary of state warned North Korean launches could destroy passenger airplanes or fail and strike Japan; Rich Edson explains on 'Special Report.'

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Tech workers flee US, blame Trump

President Trump's anti-immigrant stance is leading some in the United States tech industry to leave the country and return to their homeland. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

Man Sets World Record for Biggest Toy Bus…

This retired dad has landed himself in the Guinness Book of World Records, all because of his collection of over 14,000 toy buses. Buzz60's Josh King (@abridgetoland) has more.

Tillerson: US Will Discourage International Trade…

Tillerson gave the policy speech at Stanford University.

Church in Paris to use contactless cards for collections

A Catholic church in Paris will start using a contactless card payment system to taking collections during Sunday mass

UK to pay millions to keep France border agreement

Britain says it will pay tens of millions of pounds (dollars) for French border security as part of a deal to maintain a key agreement between the two countries

Japan TV issues false missile alert days after…

Greg Palkot reports on the mistake made by the nation's top public broadcaster.

First 'ghost ships' of 2018 wash up in Japan

More than 100 fishing boats from North Korea are washing up on Japanese shores with corpses.

A Sloth Was Rescued On A Beach In Costa Rica By A…

A lot of things wash up on beaches, and a sloth usually isn't one of them. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).

Britain Has Appointed A Minister To Help Tackle…

Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Minister for Sport and Civil Society Tracey Crouch will serve as the "ministerial lead on loneliness."

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The Latest: Turkish military, intel chiefs travel to Russia

Turkey's military says the country's chief of military staff and intelligence chief have traveled to Russia for talks on the situation in Syria

Expert says major eruption in Papua New Guinea…

Seismic activity beneath a Papua New Guinea volcano could mean a major eruption is imminent

US allies meet on North Korean nuke threat

Amb. Bolton offers insight on if anything will come from 20-nation gathering in Vancouver.