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Pope Francis has apologised for remarks he made last week in Chile defending a bishop accused of covering up sexual abuse.

U.S. Special Envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker says he is scheduled to hold a new round of talks with Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov in Dubai on Jan. 26.

Monday, 22 January 2018 08:27

Afghan Forces End Deadly Kabul Hotel Siege

Afghan government forces ended an overnight siege Sunday at Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul that resulted in multiple deaths and injuries, including 14 foreign nationals.

Turkish ground troops have crossed into northern Syria as part of a major offensive to push out Kurdish militia, which Turkey regards as terrorists.

The U.N. children’s fund warns that millions of Iraqi children affected by conflict and poverty face a grim future and are in desperate need of international support.

The federal government shutdown only partly curbs operations. But the longer the shutdown continues, the more likely its impact will be felt.

Nearly five years after one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history, a small town at the centre of the tragedy is still grappling with the aftermath.

Recriminations have begun over the failure of the US Senate to pass a new budget and prevent the shutdown of many federal services.

US Defence Secretary James Mattis has said competition between great powers, not terrorism, is now the main focus of America's national security.

Pope Francis has used a visit to Peru to sound a stark warning about the pressure on the Amazon and its peoples posed by business interests.

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