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German police say hostage suspect lit explosive, had record


Koreas agree to break ground on inter-Korean railroad


S. Korea walks back on possibly lifting sanctions on North


Rate of new Ebola cases has doubled since September


Australia, Japan agree to keep pressure on North Korea


Media outlet linked to man charged by US hit by arson attack


Wife of ex-Interpol boss describes threats


Seoul says Kim Jong Un wants Pope Francis to visit N. Korea


Poisoning suspect honored by Putin in 2014, UK group says


Man to be freed in Bulgarian journalist probe


Report: UK poison suspect is doctor for Russian intelligence


Oil refinery explosion in Canada shakes city of Saint John


Bulgarian journalist killed after reporting on corruption


China says detained former Interpol chief accused of bribery


Volunteers bury more bodies from Indonesia quake


Nobel Peace laureates demand end to sexual violence in war


Interpol president reported missing during trip to China


Alarm as Red Cross workers attacked in Congo Ebola efforts


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Saudis considering plan to admit that Khashoggi was killed in consulate

Saudi Arabia's government is discussing a plan to admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, three people with knowledge of the situation tell NBC News.

A year ago, Alyssa Milano started a conversation about #MeToo. These women replied.

"The #MeToo movement showed us we have a voice and it's time to speak up," said one woman who replied to Milano's tweet last year.

Family desperate for clues in Alabama mother's disappearance

Danniella Vian, 25, was last seen at a gas station in Mobile, Alabama on July 17, 2018 in a 2014 deep blue Chevy Cruze. The Mobile Police Department is investigating her disappearance.

Skydiver dies in California after parachute fails to open

Ian Gregor, communications manager for the Federal Aviation Administration, said that the skydiver was using her own equipment during the jump.

New viral videos again highlight calls made on black people who have done nothing wrong

Videos of "Cornerstore Caroline" in Brooklyn and a white St. Louis woman trying to prevent a black man from entering his apartment building are the latest.