(NEW YORK) -- Whales in the ocean around Antarctica are changing their tune, according to a new study.Publishing their findings in the Journal of Geophysical Research, scientists collected and analyzed more than one million songs...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. reopened a permanent diplomatic facility in Somalia on Sunday, nearly 28 years after shuttering its embassy in Mogadishu as the country collapsed into civil war.The State Department heralded the announcement as a...

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(LONDON) -- Britain’s royal family has Christmas traditions that date back centuries, but this year the family will have something new to celebrate: Meghan Markle’s first official Christmas as a member of the royal family.Megh...

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(NEW YORK) -- A security guard at the hostel where an American woman was staying during her last night in Costa Rica has been arrested in connection with her death, local authorities said Tuesday.Carla Stefaniak was last heard from on Nov...

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(NEW YORK) -- The nominee to command all U.S. troops in the Middle East told senators that the war in Afghanistan is at a stalemate and that the Afghan government cannot sustain the high number of losses to its troops.Marine Lt. Gen. Kenn...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Following a briefing to senators by CIA director Gina Haspel Tuesday on the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi leading Republicans told reporters that there was "zero question" that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Sal...

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(ROME) -- Romans looked perplexed at the sight of this year’s 70-foot Christmas tree hoisted into position Monday in the city’s central square of Piazza Venezia.What they saw, with a mix of dismay and amusement, was a strangel...

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(WASHINGTON) -- One of the key treaties that helped to end the Cold War and reduce nuclear tensions between the U.S. and the Soviet Union and now Russia could be dead within a matter of months.Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced at N...

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(PARIS) -- France's prime minister said Tuesday the government was suspending the fuel tax increase for six months following nationwide protests in recent weeks. "In order to appease the country, we have decided -- with the French president --...

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(LONDON) -- U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a constitutional crisis before her government debates the Brexit withdrawal agreement that was approved in November.Starting Tuesday, the British Parliament will debate whether to acce...

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(NEW YORK) -- Myanmar's violence against the Rohingya, a Muslim-majority ethnic group, constituted a genocide, according to two new reports released Monday -- a determination that the Trump administration still has not made, even after releasing an e...

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(WASHINGTON) -- A fourth U.S. service member has died from a roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan last week that marked the deadliest day for U.S. troops in Afghanistan this year.The Defense Department announced Monday that Army Sgt. Jason...

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(LONDON) -- The president of Nigeria has been forced to deny that he is a human clone after rumors circulated on social media that he had died and been replaced by a Sudanese lookalike called “Jubril.”When asked about the cons...

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(NEW YORK) -- Authorities in Costa Rica have located a body in their search for an American woman who went missing while on vacation. A spokesperson for Costa Rica's Judicial Investigation Department confirmed to ABC News that remains were fou...

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