UN Security Council set to discuss Gaza after a deadly day

The U.N. Security Council plans to meet Tuesday to discuss violence along the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip, following the deadliest day there since a 2014 war.

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Nicaraguan students enraged at repression turn on government

Alvaro Gomez was 17 when he volunteered to take up arms to defend President Daniel Ortega's Sandinista revolution against U.S.-backed Contra rebels in the 1980s.

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Rob Lowe stresses bipartisanship in tweet in response to report

Actor Rob Lowe shot down accusations that he cosied up exclusively with Trump administration officials behind the scenes of his new one-man show in Washington, DC., saying officials from previous administrations were also present.

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Doth toll rises to at least 58 in Gaza border protests as embassy opens in Jerusalem

At least 58 people were killed, including a baby who died from tear gas inhalation, during a chaotic scene at the Gaza border where Palestinians protested the U.S. Embassy opening in Jerusalem on Monday, the Gaza Health Ministry said.

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Australia's leader backs foreign minister's work on China

Australia's prime minister has rejected a former diplomat's opinion that the country needs a new foreign minister to thaw relations with China.

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