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Anger as exec meets Korean victims of deadly disinfectant

Family members and people left with health problems from product that used dangerous chemical vent rage at exec

For 1st time since 1978, U.S. cruise docks in Cuba

One of Carnival's smaller vessels American tourists to communist nation in latest display of improving relations

Fires around Orthodox Easter torch 3 churches in 3 cities

While only a few injuries were reported, the blazes burned three buildings all over a century old

Iran leader's latest anti-U.S. tirade targets ships, English

Ayatollah Khamenei blasts "foolish" American stance on Persian Gulf war games, and Iranian schools' "unhealthy" language focus

Rescued circus lions airlifted to South African refuge

Until today they lived a cruel, caged existence in Peru or Colombia, often starved, beaten and abused

After grueling journey, rescued lions finally taste freedom in Africa

The 33 abused animals were rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru, then airlifted over the weekend to South Africa

Why this man was deemed the "most dangerous American" in N. Korea

Kenneth Bae details his two years in a North Korean prison in new book, "Not Forgotten," and why he now views it as a "blessing"

ISIS-orchestrated attacks, violent protests spike in Iraq

Hundreds of protesters stormed the parliament and vow to do it again unless there is a change in government

"Critical hours" for U.S. push to salvage hope for Syria

John Kerry working to convince Russians to convince Bashar Assad to extend a fragile truce to Aleppo, before it's too late

2 U.S. missionaries found dead in Jamaica, police say

Battered bodies of the two men were found in bushes in separate areas in rural Jamaica

Puerto Rico to default on $370M debt payments

After talks fail, governor announces Puerto Rico will not make nearly $370 million in bond payments due Monday

Rescued circus lions explore new home in South African sanctuary

Lions were freed and brought to a sanctuary after the use of wild animals in circuses was outlawed in Peru and Colombia

Paralympic gold medalist sets sights on Rio

Alana Nichols is the first American woman to win gold in both the summer and winter Paralympics

Protesters clash with police in Baghdad

Protests formed at Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone this weekend. Protesters demanded an overhaul of what they call a broken government

Flying Frenchman makes history on a hoverboard

Guinness World Records says 37-year-old Franky Zapata travelled more than a mile above the surface of the water

The May Pole tradition

A Spring tradition, the history of the May Pole spans centuries and continents

Kate shares new photos of Princess Charlotte to mark 1st birthday

William and Kate "are very happy to be able to share these important family moments," statement says

America's small town in Canada

There is a place in Minnesota that has the feel of small town America

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