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Breaking Internetional News: 2017-10-22 19:41:25
- Catalonia's leaders slam 'de facto coup' by Madrid
- Trump on North Korea: 'We're prepared for anything'
- Expert: Trump should avoid 'bumbling into war' in DMZ
- Jimmy Carter: I'd go to work for Trump
- Trump plans to release classified JFK documents
- What's in the JFK files?
- Japan's Abe on track for landslide victory
- Fox's O'Reilly paid accuser $32 million
- Mugabe removed as WHO ambassador amid outcry
- Iraqi Kurds protest the US amid Kirkuk dispute
- Bigger battles are rising from the ashes of the war on ISIS
- Five ex-Presidents attend hurricane relief concert
- Tom Hanks: Learn lessons from history
- Party of 'Czech Trump' wins election
- Indonesian military chief denied entry to the US
- Why China has so few female leaders
- Preyed on by the powerful, silenced by complicity
- Nikki Haley: Why Trump is sending me to Africa
- Trump keeps up attack on 'wacky' congresswoman
- Trump banner at football game called racist
- While the rest of the world has its eyes on the outcome of Catalonia's tussle for independence, two of Italy's most prosperous regions are set to go against the establishment with a vote of their own.
- President Donald Trump boasted that the US is "prepared for anything" when it comes to the North Korea nuclear crisis and emphasized the importance of China's role during an interview with Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo broadcast on Sunday morning
- Presidents visiting Korea usually tour the DMZ. But given the fiery current relations, expert Blaine Harden says, Trump should skip it on his trip Nov. 7.
- President Donald Trump may have found an unlikely ally in the presidents' club.
- President Donald Trump said Saturday he intends to allow the release of classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy "subject to the receipt of further information."
- President Trump announced that he expects to release classified documents relating to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appears on course to win a decisive third term and to become the country's longest-serving leader, exit polls show.
- A mammoth typhoon is closing in on Japan, hurling dangerous winds and threatening to cause major flooding and mudslides.
- Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe may be one of the longest-serving leaders, but his stint as a goodwill ambassador was anything but.
- A group of Kurds staged a demonstration outside the United States' mission in Erbil, Iraq protesting the central Iraqi government takeover of the Kirkuk province. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
- California couple Rachel Nguyen and Joseph Orbeso went missing three months ago in Joshua Tree National Park. Searchers found them shot dead this week, locked in an embrace, officials say.
- Members of an exclusive club made a rare joint appearance Saturday.
- Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks on Saturday night urged the importance of understanding and learning from history, especially for those troubled by the current state of affairs.
- Billionaire tycoon Andrej Babis was set to become the Czech Republic's next prime minister after his ANO party won with a significant margin in the country's general election on Saturday.
- The chief of Indonesia's military was denied entry to the United States on Saturday, despite having an invitation from US General Joseph F. Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- The biggest event in China's political calendar is currently taking place in Beijing, and the lack of women at the top echelons of power is palpable.
- Senate intelligence committee investigators have spoken with several Russians who attended a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr., a sign that the matter remains a significant focus for lawmakers looking into potential coordination between Trump associates and Kremlin-linked operatives during the presidential campaign.
- President Trump wants to see what can be done about the violence, refugee and famine crisis in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nikki Haley writes.
- President Donald Trump on Saturday continued lashing out at the Democratic congresswoman who offered a critical account of his conversation with the widow of a fallen US soldier, calling the congresswoman "wacky."
- A mostly-white W.Va. HS playing a football game vs. mostly-black Perry High School made a banner that said "Trump Perry" - and ignited a racial controversy.