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Recent articles by Jane:

Nobel laureate Malala wins a place at Oxford University

She will be studying philosophy, politics and economics. → Read More

Manchester bombing 'hero' accused of stealing from victims

Chris Parker, 33, pleaded not guilty to two counts of theft. → Read More

Trump says Kim Jong Un made 'wise decision' in backing off plan to fire missiles at Guam

It came a day after North Korean state media reported that Kim would watch "the foolish an stupid conduct of the Yankees." → Read More

Guam missile launch plan: Kim Jong Un waiting for U.S. next move, state media reports

Kim said he would watch Washington’s actions “a little more,” the report said. → Read More

Guam missile launch plan: Kim Jong Un waiting for U.S. next move, state media reports

Kim said he would watch Washington’s actions “a little more,” the report said. → Read More

Guam missile launch plan: Kim Jong Un waiting for 'foolish Yankees' next move, state media reports

Kim said he would watch Washington’s actions “a little more,” the report said. → Read More

Iran President Hassan Rouhani says nation could abandon nuclear deal 'within hours'

Rouhani said the deal could be abandoned “in an hour and a day” if Washington continues with “threats and sanctions” against Iran. → Read More

Big Ben in London is going silent for 4 years of repairs — so no more bongs

Big Ben — the huge clock bell of Britain's Parliament — will fall silent next week as a four-year restoration project gets underway. → Read More

At least 21 dead in Sierra Leone mudslide; hundreds feared buried

The incident happened early Monday in the mountainside town of Regent. → Read More

Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford warns North Korea that U.S. military is 'ready'

Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. → Read More

Xi Jinping urges Trump to use 'restraint' over North Korea, report says

The Chinese leader said both the U.S. and North Korea should avoid rhetoric that "could escalate tensions." → Read More

Trump: Military solutions 'locked and loaded'; China appeals for 'caution'

The back-and-forth between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea ramped up again Friday morning with President Trump issuing a new warning via Twitter. → Read More

Trump: Military solutions 'locked and loaded'; China appeals for 'caution'

The back-and-forth between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea ramped up again Friday morning with President Trump issuing a new warning via Twitter. → Read More

Trump: Military solutions 'locked and loaded'; China appeals for 'caution'

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the situation “is complex and sensitive.” → Read More

South Korea urges North to stop 'threatening words'

North Korea claims it is writing an attack plan to fire missiles toward Guam → Read More

State media: North Korea releases jailed Canadian pastor on humanitarian grounds

Rim Hyon Su, also known as Hyeon Soo Lim, was sentenced to life imprisonment with hard labor in Dec. 2015. → Read More

IAAF athletes in London hit by vomiting bug

Public Health England said about 30 people reported that they were ill. → Read More

Opulence unparalleled: What the Trumps can expect on a state visit to Britain

The visit is slated for 2018. → Read More

New 9/11 victim identified, nearly 16 years later

The man's name was withheld at his family's request. → Read More

North Korea threatens 'thousands-fold' revenge against U.S. for sanctions

North Korea's statement came after the U.N. Security Council unanimously approved tough new U.S.-drafted sanctions Saturday, including a ban on coal and other exports worth over $1 billion. → Read More