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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- As tens of thousands of children fleeing violence in Central America crossed the border in search of safe harbor, overwhelmed U.S. officials weakened child protection policies, placing some young migrants in homes where they were sexually assaulted, starved or forced to work for little or no pay, an Associated Press investigation has found....
VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday dismissed Syrian government claims and opposition complaints as posturing ahead of U.N.-led peace talks that are supposed to begin this week....
WASHINGTON (AP) -- First lady Melania Trump....
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It was a daring and elaborate escape: cutting through metal, crawling through plumbing tunnels, climbing a roof, rappelling four stories to freedom using ropes made from bedsheets....
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- In the San Francisco Bay Area, where high housing costs are notorious, residents looking to make a quick buck are offering to rent their homes at super-sized prices to the 1 million visitors expected for Super Bowl 50 festivities....
Peyton Manning is the only five-time MVP in NFL history, one of the faces of the league and, at 39, the oldest starting quarterback to lead a team to the Super Bowl....
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) -- As a young artist, Michael Jackson knew he wanted to be legendary....
(Vatican Radio)  Tensions remain high in Moldova's capital Chisinau where thousands of people have demonstrated against the government and demanded early elections amid growing public outrage over reported high level corruption. The protests have added to pressure on new Prime Minister Pavel Filip to resign. Listen to Stefan Bos' report: Residents in favor of closer ties with Russia and those preferring closer relations with the European Union briefly overcame their differences and united in protest against the government. More than 15,000 people demanded an early poll in Moldova, Europe's poorest nation.Protesters in the capital Chisinau shouted "We want the country back!" and "Unity, citizens!" in Romanian and Russian. They alsoblocked a main road out of the city of one million people, as temperatures fell to minus 10 Celsius, some 14 Fahrenheit.They are furious over the disappearance of up to $1.5 billion from three banks in Moldova pri...
(Vatican Radio)  Officials say the first of a total of more 153 Iraqi Christians who have been offered asylum in the Czech Republic have arrived in the capital Prague, after neighboring Slovakia also agreed to host Christians. It comes amid by European Union concerns however that it is being is overwhelmed by migrants fleeing war and poverty, most of them Muslims.Listen to Stefan Bos' report: The Czech government says it approved the Iraqi Christians request for help because they were threatened by the aggression of Islamic State group militants.Ten of the 153 Christians granted asylum already landed at Prague's international airport Sunday and were to be taken to a hotel near the central city of Jihlava, where they will spend several months. They originally used to live near Mosul in Iraq.In December last year neighboring Slovakia agreed to grant asylum to a group of 149 Christians who live in the same troubled region and face extremism there.American transportT...
(Vatican Radio)  The second round presidential election in Haiti was postponed again Sunday, although the outgoing president has less than three weeks of his term left. Haiti's political probems are making an economically challenging situation even more politically fraught.Listen to James Blears' report: Haiti's Electoral Council says the second round runoff is going to delayed due tensions and security concerns.  This raises the question of just what is going to happen about the leadership issue, as President Michel Martelly is supposed to hand over the reins of power in just over two weeks.Banana cultivator and businessman Jovenal Moise won round one of the presidential election in November, with 33 percent of the vote, which was not enough for outright victory. Runner-up Jude Celestin, who is the former head of the national construction company and polled 25 percent, is seen smiling in his electoral posters.That's definitely not the case now, as h...
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