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Yemen truce monitor mission to meet on U.N.-hired ship: sources

ADEN, Yemen (Reuters) – A committee overseeing a ceasefire in Hodeidah will hold its next meeting on a ship off…

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To Florida’s Venezuelan exiles, Pence vows more pressure on Maduro

DORAL, Fla. (Reuters) – U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Friday listened to harrowing stories of deprivation, torture and escape…

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USAID assistance in the West Bank and Gaza has ceased: U.S. official

A Palestinian walks past a ceramic sign of a U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) project in Hebron in the…

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U.S. envoy raises prospect of U.S. compromise in North Korea talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Washington is willing to discuss “many actions” to improve ties and entice Pyongyang to give up nuclear…

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U.S. envoy calls for full list of North Korean weapons programs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. special envoy for North Korea laid out an extensive list of demands for North Korean…

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Aid effort brings little relief for migrants trapped in Libya

CAIRO (Reuters) – A bigger presence of relief agencies, U.N. workers and diplomats in Libya has done little to ease…

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Watchdog shows Afghan defense forces declining as peace talks edge forward

KABUL (Reuters) – The strength of the embattled Afghan defense forces has declined to its lowest level in four years,…

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Who represents Venezuela? U.N., international lenders stuck in limbo

UNITED NATIONS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Three days after proclaiming himself Venezuela’s head of state, Juan Guaido wrote to the United Nations…

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U.S. envoy warns Maduro that actions against Guaido would be ‘foolish’

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, cautioned socialist President Nicolas Maduro that acting against self-proclaimed interim…