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Pyongyang halted its inquiry into the fate of Japanese said to have been kidnapped by its agents decades ago, retaliating for new sanctions imposed by Tokyo.
Anders Hamsten said he could no longer lead the the institute after accusations of medical misconduct against a former professor there.
An agreement to be completed next week will allow American carriers to offer 20 flights per day to Havana and dozens more to other Cuban cities.
Syrian government forces and their allies are besieging the rebel-held section of Aleppo to starve the rebels into submission.
Even as much of the rest of the world has bounced back from the global financial crisis, however fitfully, Europe?s economic core remains soft.
Senate stand-ins for Mr. Cruz, who had been blocking the nominees for ambassador, gave the presidential contender what he wanted and ended a long impasse.
In Asian enclaves of New York, residents objected to the guilty verdict of Officer Peter Liang, saying that he was a scapegoat because of his race.
The former New Mexico governor, who has helped negotiate the release of Americans imprisoned by Pyongyang, was assisting in the case of Otto Warmbier.
Access to aid is enshrined in international law. But in Syria, humanitarian groups say, it is used as leverage in battle and negotiations.
The Mexican currency has fallen more than 30 percent against the dollar over the past year, and past collapses have led to deep recessions.
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