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Positive3.23%

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Negative69.89%

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Fight brews in Congress over key surveillance tool

  


Truck and minibus collide head-on in Pakistan, killing 17

Pakistani police say that a head-on collision between a mini-bus and a truck has killed at least 17 people and injured six in the country's south.

  


Op-Ed Contributor: Muslim Women Must Speak for Ourselves

Millions of women who face Islamophobia and male dominance now have a moment to teach the world how patriarchy breeds sexual violence against them.

  


Afghan commandos rescue 15 from Taliban prison

Fifteen people were freed from a Taliban prison in the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand on Sunday, the international coalition said in a statement.

  


Drone footage captures extent of US oil leak

Five thousand barrels leaked from the Keystone pipeline.

  


Country music star Neil McCoy debuts song mocking NFL anthem protests — and it’s going viral

A country music star’s song at a recent concert in Missouri is going viral because of its candid lyrics addressing NFL players’ protest of the…

  


5 militants, Indian soldier killed in Kashmir fighting

Officials say five suspected militants and an Indian air force commando have been killed in a fierce gunbattle in disputed Kashmir.

  


Authorities find bodies of 5 more Pakistanis

A government spokesman says authorities have found the bodies of five more Pakistanis who were apparently planning to cross into Iran on their way to Europe to seek work as migrant laborers.

  


Pakistan extends deadline to end Islamist rally for 24 hours

A government deadline set for an Islamic group to disband its dayslong rally in Pakistan's capital has expired, but authorities extended it for 24 hours to avoid a crackdown.

  


Iranian boy leads friend to food video

A touching moment said to be in the aftermath of the Iranian earthquake isn't what it seems.

  


Pakistani military raid kills Baluch separatist commander

Pakistan's military says security forces have killed a Baluch separatist commander involved in this week's slaying of 15 men in southwestern Baluchistan province as they were trying to cross into Iran on their way to Europe.

  


India, France urge action against nations that back terror

India and France have called for global action against countries that support, finance or shelter terrorists.

  


`Fragile' Pakistan Says It Can Weather the Financial Storm

  


Tax breaks won't stop high-tech, H-1B human trafficking

“If the tax reform bill goes through, do you plan to increase your company’s capital investment?” The question was posed to a sizable group of CEOs at The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council, in the presence of White House economic adviser Gary Cohn. A pitiful show of hands fai

  


Toxic Smog, Health Warnings no Deterrent for Delhi Half-Marathon

A half-marathon in one of the world’s most polluted mega-cities will go ahead despite calls to cancel the event from India’s medical association and a warning from the lead sponsor that it may pull funding from future races if authorities don’t "urgently" address air pollution.

  


Gunmen shoot dead police officer and family in southwest Pakistan

By Gul Yousafzai ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Gunmen on a motorcycle shot dead a senior Pakistani police officer, as well as his wife, son and grandson on Wednesday as the family was driving in Baluchistan province, officials said. Two attackers opened fire on the vehicle carrying District Superintendent

  


Global Deaths From Terrorism Drop in 2016, Spread in the West

The number of terrorism-related deaths fell for a second year in 2016, though more countries in the West were affected as tactics shifted to so-called lone-wolf attacks, according to a global study.

  


Vaccines are now the vehicle for perpetuating diseases that would otherwise have been eradicated

(Natural News) In a new video, Natural News founding editor and longtime vaccine whistle-blower Mike

  


U.S. yogurt billionaire expands plant to hire more foreign refugees

WASHINGTON – Chobani Yogurt, the world’s largest yogurt company, which relies heavily on imported refugee labor, is investing $20 million to expand its plant in Twin Falls, Idaho. The company, which employs hundreds of refugees in its factories, has faced national backlash and boycotts over

  


Push to outlaw bad air as Delhi slum dwellers choke

As the Indian capital continues to choke under a blanket of thick brown smog, an opposition lawmaker wants clean air to be a legal right for all.

  


‘I Am Alive’: Survivors of Iran Earthquake Mourn as Government Scrambles to Help

A New York Times correspondent visited villages in western Iran near the epicenter of Sunday night’s earthquake.

  


Olympic weightlifter auctions his gold medal for quake victims

Iran's Olympic weightlifting champion Kianoush Rostami has put his gold medal up for auction to raise money for the victims of Sunday's earthquake which left at least 452 people dead in Iran and Iraq.

  


Balance of Power: Germany’s Iron Chancellor Looks Vulnerable

Over her 12 years as German chancellor Angela Merkel has become Europe’s preeminent leader, shaping the bloc with pragmatic policies as she tackled the financial crisis, Russian aggression and a historic influx of migrants.

  


Survivors struggle after year's deadliest earthquake

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani traveled Tuesday to the areas worst hit by Sunday's devastating earthquake, where some residents say they are struggling to cope without basic necessities.

  


Survivors struggle after year's most deadly earthquake

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani traveled Tuesday to the areas worst hit by Sunday's devastating earthquake, where some residents say they are struggling to cope without basic necessities.

  


Europe Edition: Iran, Italy, Roy Moore: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  


The Latest: Iran's death toll from earthquake rises to 445

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The latest on an earthquake along the Iran-Iraq border (all times local):

  


BBC Innovators: Making public toilets pay their own way

How Shri, a social enterprise in India, is building public toilets and using the waste from them to help pay for their upkeep.

  


Protesters Jeer as Trump Team Promotes Coal at U.N. Climate Talks

The Trump administration’s debut at the United Nations climate conference in Bonn, Germany, was met with heckling, noisy protest and harsh questions.

  


Deadly Air Pollution Becomes a Common Enemy for Rivals India and Pakistan

From his office in the smog shrouded city of Lahore, environment official Saif Anjum pores over reams of pollution data and lists the actions being taken by Pakistan’s largest province to combat the toxic air. He said they have arrested hundreds of crop-burning farmers and closed construction site

  


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