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Lee Myung-bak is taken into custody to face an expected string of corruption charges
Nicolas Sarkozy defends himself saying he never ‘betrayed’ French people’s trust
Antonio Guterres says one in four people will live countries where lack of fresh water will be chronic or recurrent by 2050
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover Friday, March 23, 2018
Energy secretary says US should get ahead before Russia or China builds civil nuclear capability in the Kingdom
Negative impact on Chinese gowth would be greater if US expands tariffs and protectionist measures, rating agency warns
'We look forward to continuing our conversations' with Turkey, Heather Nauert says
Trump took to Twitter to announce the latest in a cascade of staff changes, one which calls the future of a landmark deal to curb Iran's nuclear program into serious doubt.
US support to YPG/PKK terror group ‘completely wrong’
Witnesses said the explosion was caused by a car bomb on one of the capital's busiest streets that was packed with people heading home from work.
The suspects were killed Wednesday in the northern province of Bulacan, an official statement said, an area where police have previously launched lethal crackdowns on illegal drugs.
May told her colleagues at a Brussels summit the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury using a deadly Soviet-developed nerve agent showed the Russian threat "doesn't respect borders".
Atta Mohammad Noor defied presidential orders of resignation in December sparking tensions in war-ravaged country
Embassy opens memorial corner for diplomats killed by November 17 and ASALA terrorists
Protestors dig out pipes from Chinese fish processing plant they say is polluting the sea and killing fish
Turkish President Erdogan, US' Trump discuss bilateral and regional issues on phone, says presidential spokesman