Resolution on Israeli settlements as ‘significant step’

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UN chief welcomes Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements as ‘significant step’

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INTERVIEW: Making the 'most impossible job' a possible mission – Secretary-General

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America’s Weimar Moment

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This month commemorates seventy-five years since the attack on Pearl Harbor by the forces of Imperial Japan - an attack in which 2,403 Americans were killed and directly led to the United States' entry into World War II. By December 11th, the United States was officially at war with Japan, as well as Germany and Italy.

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Freezing temperatures as Aleppo evacuations resume – UN

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Civilians brave freezing temperatures as Aleppo evacuations resume – UN

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Love Poetry and Christmas in Cape May

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I remember the times I used to go out for walks regularly and my friend, used to get her daughter along. It is a good break from domestic chores. Once in a week we also used to go out for lunch, which was another nice break from home cooked food.

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Trafficking victims are women and girls

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Majority of trafficking victims are women and girls; one-third children – new UN report

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Slowing global wage growth for fourth straight year

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Slowing global wage growth for fourth straight year ‘greatly concerning,’ says UN labour agency

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