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Chaos at French Port As Migrants Continue to Storm Trucks Headed For the U.K.

A strike has shut the port, causing long tailbacks of vehicles that migrants are trying to board, at times forcibly

Thai Junta Bans Launch of Vietnamese Rights Report Ahead of State Visit

The report's authors accuse the junta of "choosing to side with dictatorships"

What We Have Learned Since ISIS Declared a Caliphate One Year Ago

ISIS has had victories and defeats and it has been bombed relentlessly but it does not appear to be any weaker

See Photos from the Early Days of the Korean War

On the 65th anniversary of the outbreak of war, a look back at the first month of U.S. involvement

Former Dictator Noriega Asks for Panama’s Forgiveness in New Interview

Noriega is serving a 60-year sentence for murder, corruption and embezzlement during the military's three-decade rule

ISIS Launches Offensive in Northern Syria

After a series of reverses, ISIS has struck back at the cities of Kobani and Hassakeh

Go Inside the Effort to Rebuild Nepal

As delegates from around the world gather in Kathmandu for an international conference on rebuilding Nepal, here's how the country's farmers are recovering from an earthquake that, two months ago, claimed thousands of lives

Criticism of Pakistani Government Intensifies as Heatwave Death Toll Tops 1,000

Most of the deaths have occurred among the elderly and poor people without access to airconditioning

New Zealand Shows Just How Hard It Is to Get Rid of an Old Flag

New Zealand's four-decade debate over replacing its national flag looks likely to be resolved in a 2016 referendum

Why the Iranian Leader’s Rhetoric Does Not Mean Nuclear Negotiations Are Doomed

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's conditions set out in a speech to officials on Tuesday night appear to contradict April's agreement

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