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Two are career foreign service officers with stellar records, and a third is a seasoned diplomat who favored a tough line on Russia and support for Ukraine.
"Our country made a deal with a highly vulnerable population interested in a bright future, and we should keep that deal," said Cook.
A new theory suggests that a so-called primordial black hole may lurk beyond Neptune in the outer solar system.
Iraq’s government cut internet access, imposed curfews and deployed forces to secure key facilities amid protests aimed at toppling the regime.
The Oct. 15 debate outside Columbus, Ohio will see twelve candidates face off in one night.
Tech giants are battling to introduce privacy tools that will convince users — and regulators — that they do not have an iron-clad grip on your data.
Greenpeace USA has criticised "false promises" by companies who switch to recyclable packaging instead of reducing consumption.
British government to prorogue parliament — again
Thousands of police officers in France are marching in Paris for the first strike in almost two decades to call for improved working conditions.
Scientists say the calving is part of a natural process, though they worry about shrinking polar ice and the resulting rise in sea levels.
The UN agency has been accused of being a “fig leaf” for the policy of externalisation of EU borders; critics argue that UNHCR action is Libya is uneffective. We asked migrants held in detention centres their opinion.
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders hoopitalised with chest pains — campaign
The latest move came amid an escalating impeachment battle, with lawmakers rolling out a wave of planned hearings and demands, all met with fierce resistance from White House and administration officials.
Boris Johnson has urged Juncker to reach a deal on Brexit, saying: "Our predecessors have tackled harder problems: we can surely solve this one."
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
The request came after Democrats released their findings of a months-long investigation into the NRA's dealings with Russian nationals last week.
A plan to enact "mandatory buybacks" of certain firearms has sparked division on the campaign trail.
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Officials say the police officer who shot an 18-year-old protester was defending himself condemnation from the public, international groups.