Rifts between Middleton sisters continue; Pippa to delay marriage following Kate's pregnancy? - Headlines & Global News
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Rifts between Middleton sisters continue; Pippa to delay marriage following Kate's pregnancy?
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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend a paving stone ceremony for Victoria Cross recipients at the Manchester Cenotap during their visit to Manchester on October 14, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Darren ...
Topless Kate photographers, reporters to go on trial in France
Six journalist face trial in France over topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge
Kate Middleton Topless Photos Leak: Invasion Of Privacy Trial To Begin In France Next Year
Why have African states started leaving the ICC?
JOHANNESBURG -- Until last week, no country had withdrawn from the International Criminal Court. Now, three African states -- South Africa, Burundi and Gambia -- have made official decisions to leave. Gambia announced its decision late Tuesday.
Gambia is latest African nation to quit international criminal court
Gambia to Pull Out of ICC, Citing Failure to Prosecute Tony Blair
Gambia Says It Is Leaving International Criminal Court
Iraqi forces evacuate 1000 civilians from Mosul front lines
Iraqi special forces have moved more than 1,000 people from villages near the front lines of the battle to retake the ISIS-held city of Mosul and surrounding areas, where the United Nations says militants have committed a number of atrocities in recent ...
Islamic State holds up Iraqi army south of Mosul
Iraqi troop advance puts civilians on Mosul frontline
Raqqa: Battle to oust Isis from second capital city could begin 'within weeks', says US defence chief
Women and men won't reach economic equality until 2186, index says
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Efforts to close gender gaps in pay and work force participation slowed so dramatically in the past year that men and women may not reach economic equality for another 170 years, the World Economic Forum said on Tuesday. Statistics just a year ago ...
Women Work 39 Days More Than Men Per Year
Global Gender Pay Gap Won't Close For 170 Years: Report
Report: Global economic gender gap widens; U.S. drops 17 spots
Tents, shelters set ablaze as Calais migrant camp clearance resumes
Migrants set more tents and shelters ablaze at the large migrant camp in Calais on Wednesday as others queued to be relocated and authorities resumed clearing the camp. CBC IN CALAIS | Evicting migrants: Calais's never-ending operation · Crews start ...
Fires break out amid evacuation of 'the jungle' in Calais
Fire engulfs Calais 'Jungle' camp as migrants continue to evacuate
Clearing the “Jungle”: The Calais Refugee Operation. “Humanitarian” Police State
What Bill Clinton understands better than many Jews
Bill Clinton is certainly a wise man, and a learned man, but there is reason to suspect that he did not only have historical precedence in mind when he made a surprisingly pointed remark. Clinton was probably thinking about the politics of the day ...
ADL: Trump Supporters Are Targeting Jewish Journalists on Social Media
Donald Trump's conspiracy theories sound anti-Semitic. Does he even realize it?
Maajid's Important Point About Anti-Semitism
Paul Ryan and allies brace for fallout in leadership race from Trump backers
Washington (CNN) Top House Republicans are moving to quiet dissent over Speaker's Paul Ryan's rocky relationship with Donald Trump as some on the far right of the GOP conference are threatening to stir up trouble in leadership elections next month.
Hillary Clinton's Victory Prize: Congressional Investigations
Clinton And Trump: The Final Sprint
Clinton campaign turns to regaining power in Congress
Pakistan city shuts down, mourns 61 killed at police academy
QUETTA, Pakistan - Pakistan's city of Quetta is in shutdown following a militant rampage at a police academy this week and funerals are underway as families bury some of the 61 people killed in the attack. The brazen assault, in which police cadets ...
Terror attack on Pakistani police academy kills more than 60
Pakistan militants worked with Islamic State to attack police college
Why is Pakistan's Balochistan an easy target?
Washington political chatter is turning away from the race for the White House and toward "down ballot" races — the ones that will decide, among other things, which party controls the Senate and which controls the House of Representatives.
Anyone tempted to dismiss the angry, in-your-face tactics of the Black Lives Matter movement should spend a little time browsing the special litigation section of the U.S. Department of Justice, Neil MacDonald writes.