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1. Alan Bean, 4th man to walk on the moon, dies at 8622:17[−]

Alan Bean, the fourth man to walk on the moon's surface, died on Saturday at age 86 after falling ill. NASA says in total, Bean logged 69 days, 15 hours and 45 minutes in space, including 31 hours and 31 minutes on the moon’s surface.

         
 

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2. Family of American freed from Venezuela calls release a 'miracle'22:16[−]

An American held in Venezuela has been released and is on his way home, with a pit stop at the White House. President Trump hailed the release on Twitter Saturday morning, saying Utah resident Josh Holt would be at the White House at 7 p.m. with his family. Venezuela contended Holt was a spy involve

         
 

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3. Irish voters overwhelmingly repeal decades-old ban on abortion, election official confirms22:10[−]

Repealing Ireland's Eighth Amendment that gives equal protection to a fetus and the woman would bring the once-staunchly Catholic country in line with abortion practices in the United States and the majority of the rest of Europe.

         
 

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4. In an Iraqi village, a little girl hides her skin disease22:06[−]

In an Iraqi village, a little girl hides her skin disease.

         
 

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5. Yemeni girl with cerebral palsy heads to U.S. for help despite Trump travel ban21:47[−]

An 11-year-old Yemeni girl with cerebral palsy whose family initially was denied an exemption from President Trump's travel ban is on her way to the United States. Shaema Alomari had become a cause célèbre among opponents of the ban against travelers from five predominantly Muslim countries.

         
 

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6. Ireland repeals strict abortion ban in overwhelming vote21:29[−]

Ireland's abortion laws will be relaxed after an overwhelming majority of voters chose to change the country's restrictive abortion laws in a referendum held on Friday.

         
 

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7. North Korea defector: 'Pretty foolish to think' Kim Jong Un would get rid of nukes20:59[−]

Kang Chol-hwan, who fled North Korea at age 24 for South Korea, was imprisoned for ten years in a political camp in Yodok county, 68 miles northeast of Pyongyang. During his time there, he witnessed torture, public executions and performed heavy labor daily.

         
 

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8. The day in pictures19:35[−]

         
 

9. FBI: Russians hacked hundreds of thousands of routers worldwide19:32[−]

The FBI issued a formal warning that Russian computer hackers had compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and could collect user information or shut down network traffic. Veuer's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

         
 

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10. Cyclone batters Oman, Yemen; Kills at least 519:29[−]

A cyclone more powerful than any previously recorded in southern Oman slammed into the Gulf country and neighboring Yemen on Saturday, deluging a major city with nearly three years' worth of rainfall in single day. (May 26)

         
 

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11. In attempt to salvage Trump-Kim summit, North and South Korea hold secret meeting18:52[−]

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for two hours on Saturday afternoon, and discussed implementing the agreements from the previous summit with President Trump.

         
 

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12. These are the major challenges Italy's next prime minister faces18:00[−]

With political novice Giuseppe Conte set to become Italy's next prime minister, reaction at home focuses on his balancing act to hold power, while allies and the European Union fear a collision course with the new anti-establishment government. Conte, a lawyer, was a compromise candidate.

         
 

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13. Utah man jailed in Venezuela pleas for freedom17:56[−]

A Utah man, imprisoned in Venezuela for two years without trial, is making an emotional plea for help to be freed from a Caracas jail. Joshua Holt, in a clandestinely shot video, says that his life was threatened during a recent prison riot. (May 17)

         
 

14. Korean leaders Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un meet17:42[−]

         
 

15. Ireland referendum could lift abortion ban17:40[−]

Ireland appeared to move away from its conservative Roman Catholic roots and embrace a more liberal viewpoint Friday as two major exit polls predicted voters had repealed a constitutional ban on abortion. (May 25)

         
 

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16. Colombian police nab Escobar hitman 'Popeye'17:38[−]

Colombian police nab Escobar hitman 'Popeye.'

         
 

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17. Putin complains that probe around Trump hurting U.S.-Russian relations17:25[−]

The Russian president also tells an economic forum he will not run for re-election in 2024.

         
 

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18. North and South Korean leaders hold secret meeting17:16[−]

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held a secret two-hour meeting in an attempt to salvage the canceled summit meeting between President Trump and Kim.

         
 

19. North and South Korean leaders meet again17:12[−]

North and South Korean leaders meet again

         
 

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20. May political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network15:45[−]

         
 

21. Russian Facebook ads inflamed Hispanic tensions over immigration after Trump election03:18[−]

Russians bought Facebook ads to further inflame tensions with Hispanics over Trump’s campaign rhetoric and his immigration crackdown after taking office.

         
 

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22. World watches as Ireland holds historic vote that could overturn strict abortion law02:40[−]

A 'Yes' vote to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment, which states that a fetus has an equal right to life as the woman, would mean that Irish women would be able to get an abortion at up to 12 weeks of pregnancy.

         
 

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23. Cyclone Mekunu severe, as it surges through Oman01:30[−]

Cyclone Mekunu neared the Arabian Peninsula on Friday as its outer bands dumped heavy rain and bent palm trees in Oman. At least 40 people were reported missing on Socotra, where flash floods washed away thousands of animals and cut power lines. (May 25)

         
 

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24. Trump signs executive orders aimed at loosening clout of federal labor unions00:25[−]

In three executive orders signed before the Memorial Day holiday, Trump seeks to give agencies the upper hand in labor-management disputes.

         
 

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25. Thanks Europe! Internet users to get more control of their personal info on the webПт., 25 мая[−]

A far-reaching set of privacy rules, the GDPR, goes into effect May 25, with the specific intent of swinging the pendulum of control over our personal data away from companies and back to individuals.

         
 

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26. North Korea's change of tone: Is Kim Jong Un in total control?Пт., 25 мая[−]

North Korea's turnaround on denuclearization might reflect disagreements within Kim Jong Un's government. Kim also has to placate the military, a powerful institution whose control extends throughout the country.

         
 

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27. Trump again changes tone on North Korea: 'We are talking to them now'Пт., 25 мая[−]

"We will soon see where it will lead, hopefully to long and enduring prosperity and peace. Only time (and talent) will tell!" Trump tweeted.

         
 

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28. North Korea: Trump's cancellation of meeting was 'unexpected' but we're still willing to talkПт., 25 мая[−]

Trump cites the "tremendous anger and open hostility" displayed in North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's recent statements.

         
 

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29. Trump isn't the only one who wants to build a wall. These European nations already didЧт., 24 мая[−]

Over the past three years, European countries built at least 800 miles of anti-immigrant fencing. Here's what the impact has been.

         
 

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30. Life in North Korea: What you are allowed to seeСр., 23 мая[−]

         
 

31. Kim Jong Un's unofficial visit to ChinaСр., 28 марта[−]

         
 

32. The best and worst countries for womenЧт., 08 марта[−]

         
 

33. Kids catch air and culture at Swiss museum exhibitСр., 07 марта[−]

         
 


 
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