Full story - May 27, 2018
People celebrate the result of this week's referendum on liberalizing abortion law
Northern Ireland has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in Europe with even rape and fatal fetal abnormality not considered legal grounds for a termination.
Full story - May 26, 2018
Activists react at the count centre
The fiercely contested vote divided political parties, saw the once-mighty church take a back seat, with the campaign defined by women on both sides publicly describing their personal experiences of terminations.
Full story - May 26, 2018
South Korean President Moon Jae-in bids farewell to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
It was the clearest sign yet that the on-again off-again summit between Trump and Kim is likely to be held as initially agreed.
Full story - May 25, 2018
data
It is unclear how many provisions of the new rule set will be interpreted and enforced. Only 40 percent of companies affected by the rules are expected to be fully compliant by May 25.
Full story - May 25, 2018
A large piece of silver meta, a damaged missile,l sits on a table while MH 17 is projected in the background of a screen.
The US joined the Netherlands and Australia saying they held Russia responsible for the 2014 crash that killed 298.
Full story - May 25, 2018
Film producer Harvey Weinstein, surrounded by NYC authorities, arrives at the 1st Precinct in Manhattan.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein surrendered on Friday to authorities at a New York City police station on sex crime charges, months after he was toppled from Hollywood's most powerful ranks by scores of women accusing him of misconduct.
Full story - May 24, 2018
A side by side photos shows Donald Trump on the left and Kim Jong-un on the right.
In a letter to Kim Jong-un, Trump said it would be "inappropriate" for the planned June 12 summit to take place.
Full story - May 24, 2018
rwanda
Selling America's used clothing — much of it donated to charities and the bulk of it originally made outside the United States — is a nearly $1 billion industry. Exports typically end up in poor nations. Africa is a key destination. But Rwanda wants to grow its own textile industry, and those used clothes are an obstacle.
Full story - May 23, 2018
Police stand along barricades while protesters hold signs about the MS-13 gang.
In a roundtable, Trump said, "every time someone comes in from a certain country, we are going to deduct a rather large sum of money."
Full story - May 23, 2018
saudi
"It's an act to stifle any kind of mobilization in Saudi Arabia that comes from the grassroots level," said Madawi al-Rasheed, visiting professor at the London School of Economics.

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