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The prime minister, his voice cracking with emotion, said he would do everything he could to “steady the ship” over the coming months.
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
“Basically they took back their country,” Trump said on Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
Obama had strongly urged that the UK remain in the EU but said in a statement that the people have spoken.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today Germany has a “special interest” and a “special responsibility” in European unity succeeding.
EU leaders will see Britain quitting as a dangerous precedent and a potentially fatal blow to the European project.
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It is one of the largest cases of corporate deception in the nation’s history.
The voters’ decision to abandon Britain’s decades-old membership in the European Union is expected to jolt markets worldwide.
The heated campaign saw the nation take stock of its place in the modern world.
Voting on a British exit takes place today, and the results are expected early Friday (this evening Eastern time.)
Bogota and FARC guerrillas have reached an agreement on a bilateral cease-fire and the rebels’ disarmament.
The extremists’ stubborn resilience came even as internationally backed forces chip away at their territory.
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At a remote camp of 24,000 displaced people in the city of Bama, an average of six people have died per day.
Billionaire investor George Soros; Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing; and soccer celebrity David Beckham earlier rallied behind him.
A cross-border suicide attack killed six members of the Jordanian security forces and wounded 14.
Under his command, militiamen carried out a four-month rampage of looting, rape and murder in the Central African Republic.
On Friday, Iraqi Brig. Gen. Haider al-Obedi his troops controlled 80 percent of the city.
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It was one of the deadliest attacks on foreign contractors since the war in Afghanistan began nearly 15 years ago.
The U.N. refugee agency warned that European and other rich nations can expect the tide to continue if root causes aren’t addressed.
The unionized teachers opposed to mandatory testing as part of Mexico’s sweeping education overhaul.
Shock at the death of the pro-Europe Ms. Cox was seen as sapping momentum from campaigners fighting for a “Brexit.”
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The statement was viewed as significantly raising the danger that Iran could face the same sectarian violence drowning Iraq and Syria.
Their new paper suggests that Greenland has already contributed enough water to the ocean to begin to freshen seas.
Muslims observing their holy month of Ramadan abstain from food and water from first light to sundown — a challenge on the summer solstice.
The resumption comes after a three-day halt caused by the killing of Labour Party lawmaker Jo Cox in a brazen knife and gun attack.
The move, which comes almost two years after Israel fought a deadly 50-day war with Hamas in Gaza, was reported by Israeli news outlet Ynet.
Many of the 65,000 people at the rally wore black to mourn the rape and death of a local woman in which an American contractor is a suspect.
Dozens of houses were buried in the landslides and thousands of homes were inundated by floods in 16 districts and towns.
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Protests are spurred by the rape and killing of a local woman in which an American contractor is a suspect.
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Asked his name in Westminster Magistrate’s Court, Thomas Mair said: “My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain.”
Regardless of “Brexit” vote, experts say, E.U. must rethink status quo.
Troops had cautiously advanced toward the hospital, fearing that the militants would use patients as human shields.
Eastern Orthodox Christian populations in Ukraine are split along political lines.
Prime Minister David Cameron joined the stunned citizens of Birstall in paying tribute to their slain lawmaker, Jo Cox.
Pro-democracy dissident confirms he was abducted and interrogated.
Thousands of residents flee after being trapped in the city by the Islamic State.
President Vladimir Putin condemned the decision.
Takeo Kanade, 70, is a professor of robotics and computer science and the former director of CMU’s Robotics Institute.
Critics appeared to take the pope's words as a suggestion that most Catholics do not take their marriage vows seriously.
The announcement that the flight data recorder was found comes one day after the plane's cockpit voice recorder was also retrieved.
The information released Thursday is the first time the agency has provided a total number of Zika-related birth defects this year.
More than 50 documents were released Tuesday in response to a lawsuit filed under the Freedom of Information Act by the ACLU.