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This Jan. 20, 2017 photo shows the still-under-construction Trump International Hotel and Tower in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  The 69-story tower has drawn praise for its sleek, twisting design. Prices for the condominiums have set records. But the politics of President Donald Trump have caused such outrage that the mayor won’t attend the Feb. 28 grand opening and has lobbied for a name change. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP)  /The Canadian Press via AP)
Protests expected as Trump opens newest hotel in VancouverProtests are planned in Vancouver as a new Trump International Hotel and Tower opens in a city known for diversity and progressive politics
The Associated Press8 minutes ago
Colombia protests China's execution of 72-year-old drug muleColombia's government is protesting China's execution of a retired journalist who was sentenced to death for smuggling cocaine into the Asian country
The Associated Press11 minutes ago
A family member performs rituals over the body of Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old engineer who was killed in an apparently racially motivated shooting in a crowded Kansas bar, at a crematorium in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Feb.28, 2017. According to witnesses, the gunman yelled "get out of my country" at Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani before he opened fire at Austin's Bar and Grill in Olathe, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, on Wednesday evening. Both men had come to the U.S. from India to study and worked as engineers at GPS-maker Garmin. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)
Mother of slain Indian man told him to leave US if in dangerThe mother of an Indian engineer who was killed in an apparently racially motivated shooting in an American bar says she told her son to come back to India if he felt threatened in the United States
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
Funeral held for Briton killed in South Africa farm attackFuneral held for Briton killed in South Africa farm attack; blowtorch used in assault
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
In this photo taken Feb. 1, 2017, Dr. Mark Whitten, left, shows Christianne Krupinsky that almost immediately she can begin reading with out glasses following a short eye surgery procedure in Washington. Whitten inserted a Raindrop inlay into one of Krupinsky's eyes, a disc implanted in the cornea to reshape it for better close-up focus. This new kind of eye implant corrects presbyopia, the need for reading glasses that eventually hits all of us, usually starting in the 40s. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
New help for that bane of middle-age: blurry close-up visionAn eye implant that takes about 10 minutes to put in place is the newest in a list of surgical repairs for the blurry close-up vision that is a bane of middle age
The Associated Press35 minutes ago
Founder and CEO of Netflix Reed Hastings smiles during a keynote at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. The Mobile World Congress will be held 27 Feb. to 2 March. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Netflix CEO: co-workers were affected by Trump travel banThe CEO of Netflix says co-workers of his were personally affected by U.S. President Donald Trump's ban on travel from several Muslim countries
The Associated Press41 minutes ago
FILE - In this July 29, 2014 file photo, smoke and fire from an Israeli strike rise over Gaza City. Israel’s official government watchdog says the country was ill-prepared to handle the threat of underground tunnels from Gaza during the 2014 war, and the Cabinet was not provided enough information to make proper decisions about it. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa, File)
Watchdog: Tunnels caught Israel off-guard in 2014 Gaza warIsrael's official government watchdog says the country was ill-prepared to handle the threat of underground tunnels from Gaza during the 2014 war, and the Cabinet was not provided enough information to make proper decisions about it
The Associated Press55 minutes ago
Pakistani court frees man sentenced to death for blasphemyA defense lawyer says a Pakistani court has freed an Islamic preacher who was sentenced to death four years ago on charges of blasphemy
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - This May 4, 2001, file photo shows Kim Jong Nam, exiled half brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, escorted by Japanese police officers at the airport in Narita, Japan. Kim was caught with his family trying to enter Japan using a fake passport. He told Japanese officials they were going to Disneyland and was quickly expelled, a major embarrassment for Kim Jong Il that seemingly ended any chance he could succeed his father. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye, File)
The strange life, and sudden death, of a North Korean exileAn insider in Macau's gambling industry remembers the casually dressed, heavy-set man heading to the lobby bar of one of the city's most expensive hotels. He wasn't what you'd expect for a man once tipped to be the next dictator of North Korea.
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this photo taken Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, a displaced Somali girl who fled the drought in southern Somalia cooks on a wood fire in a camp in the capital Mogadishu, Somalia. Thousands of desperate people are streaming into Somalia's capital seeking food as a result a prolonged drought, overwhelming local and international aid agencies, while the Somali government warns of a looming famine, compounded by the country's ongoing conflict against Islamic extremists. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
Somalia's new leader declares drought national disasterSomalia's new president declares a national disaster for a drought that threatens millions of people and is creating fears of a full-blown famine
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - This combination of Feb. 19, 2017, photos released by Royal Malaysia Police shows detained Indonesian suspect Siti Aisyah, left, and detained Vietnamese suspect Doan Thi Huong are displayed on a screen during a press conference at the Bukit Aman national police headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Royal Malaysia Police via AP)
N. Korean diplomats in Malaysia to seek Kim's brother's bodyA high-level North Korean delegation arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday seeking the body of leader Kim Jong Un's half brother, the victim of a nerve-agent attack that many suspect the North itself of orchestrating
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, file photo, The corporate logo of Samsung Electronics Co. is seen at its shop in Seoul, South Korea. South Korean prosecutors say they will indict Samsung's de facto chief LeeJae-yong on bribery, embezzlement and other charges linked to a political scandal that has toppled President Park Geun-hye. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)
South Korean prosecutors indict Samsung's de facto chiefSouth Korean special prosecutors have indicted Samsung's de facto chief on bribery, embezzlement and other charges linked to a political scandal that has toppled President Park Geun-hye
The Associated Press4 hours ago
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