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Albania's Socialists far ahead in early vote count

Albania's Socialists far ahead in early vote count

Albanians voted in what was expected to be low numbers Sunday in a general election that was aimed at giving the country's two biggest political parties a chance to look past their bitter differences and work toward eventually joining the European Union.


50 years after Loving, 1 in 6 new couples are racially mixed

50 years after Loving, 1 in 6 new couples are racially mixed

In Caroline County in the 1950s, Richard and Mildred Loving began an important story that would become an award-winning film: falling in love, getting married and then getting thrown in jail - because he was white, she was black and Virginia had outlawed interracial marriage .


N.Korea doubts over South's Olympic invite

N.Korea doubts over South's Olympic invite

In his opening address to the World Taekwondo Championships that kicked off on Saturday, Moon said he wished to see a single Korean team repeat the glory of winning the 1991 World Table Tennis Championship and the FIFA World Youth Championship at the upcoming Winter Olympics held in Pyeongchang in the South this coming winter.


Donald Trump's Latest Hire Is Plucked Directly From His DC Hotel

Donald Trump's Latest Hire Is Plucked Directly From His DC Hotel

Governmental watchdog groups Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archive have filed a lawsuit against President Trump for allegedly violating the Presidential Records Act . On Friday, first lady Melania Trump announced Reid's replacement as White House chief usher: Timothy Harleth , who is now the director of rooms at the Washington, D.C.


Protests In London After The Death Of A Black Man

Protests In London After The Death Of A Black Man

Friends and supporters Edson's family from East Ham had earlier waved "Black Lives Matter" placards and shouted "Justice for Edson" during a protest march from the police station along Romford Road to Stratford. When one of the campaigners asked if the officers involved in the incident were still working, he said: "I am pretty sure they have not been suspended but removed from operational duties".


Death toll in Pakistan attacks climbs to 56

Death toll in Pakistan attacks climbs to 56

The Daesh Takfiri terrorists and Jamaat ur Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban , claimed the attack in Quetta in messages sent to the media. It is a gateway for a multibillion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, considered to be of major significance for the region. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif strongly condemned the attacks and directed authorities to beef up security arrangements across the country, according to a statement by his office.