Crete, Greece (CNN)The body of American scientist Suzanne Eaton was found inside a former Nazi bunker on the Greek island of Crete, police told CNN on Thursday. The 59-year-old biologist went ...

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LA PAZ, Bolivia — Bolivia’s interim government accused ousted President Evo Morales of terrorism and sedition on Friday for purportedly organizing highway blockades intended to prevent food from reaching some cities. Acting Interior Minister Arturo ...

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Two of Europe's most wanted fugitive criminals have been apprehended in West Africa after more than two decades on the lam. They were arrested this week in the Ivory Coast, the BBC reported. “They had changed their identities to go unnoticed,” Ivory Coast police said in a Facebook post on Thursday.

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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina’s health secretary resigned on Friday after a protocol he signed the day before, aimed at making abortion more available, was revoked by conservative President Mauricio Macri, less than a month before he is to leave office. “Unfortunately, the repeal of the protoco

Iran declares victory over protesters after a week of deadly unrest
Iranian authorities have declared victory over anti-government protesters after a week of the worst unrest in the country in a decade. Amnesty International said earlier this week that at least 106 people had been killed, but both the organization and many ...   CBS News  
What’s next for Israel’s Netanyahu now that he’s been indicted?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was formally indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust Thursday. This is the latest development in a nearly three-year-long legal drama that could topple Israel’s longest-serving prime minister, who is already struggling to keep his seat amid   Washington Post  
CNN downplays its own FISA bombshell report, receives minimal on-air coverage
Despite having a major bombshell website report on DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz's ongoing probe into the origins of the Russia investigation, CNN bizarrely offered very little coverage of its own exclusive reporting on-air. CNN first reported that Horowitz had been investigating an FBI off   Fox News  
Otto Warmbier's Parents Target North Korean Assets in Bid to Hold the Government Accountable
(SEOUL, South Korea) — The parents of a former U.S. hostage who died after being released from North Korea in a coma in 2017 say they are committed to finding and shutting down illicit North Korean business assets around the world in efforts to hold its government accountable for widespread human ri   Time  
The Latest: Officials: 3 Iraqi protesters killed in Baghdad
BAGHDAD — The Latest on anti-government protests in Iraq (all times local): 2:30 p.m. Iraqi officials say three protesters have been killed and 25 wounded amid ongoing clashes with security forces near a strategic bridge in Baghdad. Security and hospital sources said three people were killed Friday   Washington Post  
Adriana Cohen: Questions Democratic debate moderators should've asked but didn't
I watched the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta so you didn't have to. Here are the questions the liberal MSNBC moderators should've asked but didn't. Sen. Elizabeth Warren: You say that if elected president, you will fight corruption. What say you about the fact that former Vice President Joe Bide   Fox News  
Japan's Abe says South Korea made strategic choice in keeping intelligence-sharing pact
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday said South Korea made a strategic choice in deciding to stick with an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan that it had earlier said it would withdraw from amid a spat over history and trade. “I stressed the importance of cooperation betw   Reuters  
What To Watch For In Impeachment Hearing With Fiona Hill, David Holmes
It's the last day of public hearings this week. Today's witnesses are a Russia expert and a foreign service officer who overheard a phone call in which President Trump asked about the "investigations" he wanted Ukraine to pursue. House Democrats are set to close their second week of public impeachme   NPR  
Argentine prosecutors seek abuse-related arrest of bishop who worked with Pope Francis
ROME — Prosecutors in Argentina are calling for the international arrest of Catholic bishop Gustavo Zanchetta — who has worked closely with Pope Francis — accusing him of sexual abuse and saying that he subsequently went dark inside Vatican City. “The [request] was imposed after the accused did not   Washington Post  
Trump Rebukes 'Unstable' Iran Over Internet Shutdown
President Donald Trump on Thursday accused Iran of blocking the internet to cover up "death and tragedy" while the powerful Revolutionary Guards suggested that a wave of street protests is now over. Trump's intervention on Twitter further raised the temperature over the turmoil in Iran, which is alr   International Business Times