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UN chief: Highest number of conflicts globally in 30 years


China hopes for implementation of North Korea-US summit outcome


Puerto Rico struggles with jump in asthma cases post-Maria


UPDATE: 2 Koreas agree to march together at Asian Games


Audi CEO detained in diesel emissions case


UPDATE: Four dead, more than 300 injured in Japan earthquake


Tropical Storm Carlotta forms near Acapulco, landfall expected Saturday


A year on, horrific Grenfell Tower fire haunts Britain


UPDATE: Soccer fan Pope hopes World Cup fosters fellowship


Guatemala resumes search for victims of volcano eruption


Volkswagen fined $1.2 billion in Germany over diesel scandal


UPDATE: Trump-Kim talks inspire glee, cautious optimism, skepticism


Crucial test of Ebola vaccine raises hopes, doubts in Congo


Germany orders Daimler to recall 238,000 diesel vehicles


UPDATE: EU backs Canadian leader after President Trump's sharp words


UPDATE: Guatemala prosecutors to probe volcano response


UPDATE: Firefighters search 116-year-old London hotel amid blaze


First Saudi women receive drivers licenses amid crackdown


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French designer creates womblike habitat for space tourists

For $55 million, you can spend 10 days in one of the Philippe Starck-designed chambers.

Border separations illustrate why the U.S. abandoned orphanages

Research shows that parents are critical for normal brain development of children.

640 United Methodist clergy, members file complaint against Sessions

"Dig deeply into Mr. Sessions' advocacy and actions that have led to harm against thousands of vulnerable humans."

As fans mourn XXXTentacion's death, police search for his killer

XXXTentacion's ex-girlfriend, who was allegedly abused by the rapper while pregnant, tweeted on Tuesday that she was "broken" by his death.

Fact check: Did Obama administration separate families?

This claim, from DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and conservative commentators, is false, according to immigration advocates and former officials.