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Supreme Court sides with Chicago museums in terror caseThe Supreme Court is preventing survivors of a 1997 terrorist attack from seizing Persian artifacts at Chicago museums to help pay a $71.5 million default judgment against Iran
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Russian FM Lavrov criticizes the West's policies in BalkansRussian foreign minister is criticizing Western policies toward his country, urging countries to maintain good relations with Moscow despite the Russia-West divisions
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, holding an olive branch arrives to deliver a speech at an event in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. Erdogan said Turkish troops involved in the month-long offensive, codenamed 'Operation Olive Branch', to drive out Syrian Kurdish militiamen from a northwestern Syrian enclave will soon begin a siege of the city of Afrin. (Pool Photo via AP)
Turkey to develop unmanned tanks, president saysTurkey's president says the country will develop unmanned tanks to minimize risk to soldiers in combat
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Syria's starved, rebellious suburb under attack
New strikes kill 10 in rebel-held suburbs of Syrian capitalSyrian rescuers: 10 people killed by government airstrikes, shelling on a town in Damascus suburbs
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Madrid art fair yanks photo exhibit amid political spatMadrid's International Art Fair has yanked an exhibition entitled "Political Prisoners in Contemporary Spain," prompting charges of censorship against the government-funded body which operates the event venue
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Macedonia replaces road signs in goodwill gesture to GreeceMacedonian authorities have begun replacing road signs on the country's main highway named by the previous government after the ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, in a goodwill gesture toward neighboring Greece
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FILE - In this  Jan. 15, 2014, file photo, African female and child migrants protest in front of the UNHCR office demanding asylum and work rights from the Israeli government in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tens of thousands of Africans in Israel face jail if they do not accept an offer to relocate to an unnamed African country, while Uganda and Rwanda, widely presumed to be the likely destinations, have denied the existence of any agreement with Israel's government even though scores of migrants are believed to have already settled there. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)
Only on AP: Migrant recounts forced deportation from Israel'They force you to deport yourself:' Migrant deported by Israel back to Africa recounts ordeal
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FILE - In this  Jan. 15, 2014, file photo, African female and child migrants protest in front of the UNHCR office demanding asylum and work rights from the Israeli government in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tens of thousands of Africans in Israel face jail if they do not accept an offer to relocate to an unnamed African country, while Uganda and Rwanda, widely presumed to be the likely destinations, have denied the existence of any agreement with Israel's government even though scores of migrants are believed to have already settled there. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)
Only on AP: Migrant recounts forced deportation from Israel'They force you to deport yourself:' Migrant deported by Israel back to Africa recounts ordeal
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FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2017 file photo, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is photographed during meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria, South Africa. The former Zimbabwean leader is celebrating his first birthday since his resignation in near solitude , far from the lavish affair of years gone by. The government that removed him with military assistance in November has declared Feb. 21, Mugabe's birthday, a national holiday.  (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe, File)
Zimbabwe's Mugabe marks 94th birthday in near solitudeZimbabwe's Mugabe marks 94th birthday in near solitude, his 1st since resignation
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A bus bearing the words "Brexit to cost £2,000 million a week" drives past a statue of Britain's World War II leader Sir Winston Churchill and the scaffolding covered Elizabeth Tower, which contains the bell known as "Big Ben", of the Houses of Parliament at the start a national campaign tour in central London, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. The anti-Brexit bus on Wednesday started an eight day tour, intending to make 33 stops in towns and cities across Britain, with speaker events featuring local business leaders, trade unionists, and politicians. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Can Brexit be stopped? Pro-EU campaigns try to turn the tideBritain is due to leave the European Union in just over a year
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In this Jan. 20, 2015, file photo, activist Nabeel Rajab strokes his pet bird at his home following an interview with The Associated Press in Bani Jamra, Bahrain. A court in Bahrain sentenced Rajab to five years in prison over a series of tweets on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali, File)
Bahrain sentences prominent activist to 5 years in prisonBahrain sentences prominent activist to 5 years in prison over tweets alleging torture, criticizing Saudi war in Yemen
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FILE - In this Aug. 12, 2014, file photo, the media attend a press briefing where Thai police display projected pictures of surrogate babies born to a Japanese man who is at the center of a surrogacy scandal during a press conference at the police headquarters in Chonburi, Thailand. The Japanese father of the surrogate babies Mitsutoki Shigeta is the son of the founder of Japanese telecom and insurance company Hikari Tsushin and earns millions of dollars a year in dividends. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit, File)
Japanese father of 13 surrogate children veiled in mysteryA Japanese man who has won legal custody of 13 surrogate children in Thailand has remained virtually anonymous in the Japanese media
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