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Recent articles by Jane:

Hillary Clinton fractures wrist in India fall: reports

The former Democratic presidential candidate is in India to promote her book, 'What Happened.' → Read More

Pentagon: No survivors in U.S. helicopter crash in Iraq

The U.S. Air Force combat search and rescue helicopter was in transit when it went down in Anbar Province → Read More

U.S. joins France, Germany and UK to blame Russia for nerve agent attack in Britain

Russia says it will expel British diplomats after Britain ordered 23 Russians out of that country over chemical attack on former spy. → Read More

Ex-double agent poisoned. Now, Russia and U.K. are battling. Here's how we got here

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found slumped on a bench in an English city. → Read More

Tributes to the brilliant Stephen Hawking flood social media

The groundbreaking British scientist passed away peacefully at his home in England, early Wednesday. → Read More

Stephen Hawking: His most memorable quotations

As well as being a world-renowned scientist, Hawking was known for his inspirational musings. → Read More

Dozens dead after passenger plane crashes, burns at Nepal airport

The US-Bangla Airlines plane crashed while landing in Kathmandu. → Read More

5 killed when helicopter crashes into East River in New York City

A helicopter has crashed in New York City’s East River, with the mayor's office saying at least two are dead and one has been rescued. → Read More

And the worst country to be a woman is ...

The 2018 Women, Peace and Security Index measured women's "well being and empowerment" in 153 countries. → Read More

U.S. says North Korea used nerve agent VX to assassinate Kim Jong Un's half-brother

Kim Jong Nam was killed by a chemical warfare agent on the orders of the North Korean government, the U.S. has concluded. → Read More

France to introduce 15 as legal age of consent for sex

The legislation is part of a slew of measures to tackle sexual violence, gender-based discrimination and harassment. → Read More

North Korea would consider abandoning its nuclear weapons program: report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has agreed to meet South Korean President Moon Jae In at the end of April for a summit to discuss denuclearization. → Read More

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle invite 2,600 members of the public to their wedding

Last month, the palace announced that the newlywed prince and his bride will ride along Windsor's main street in a carriage to allow the public to 'enjoy the atmosphere of this special day.' → Read More

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen could face prison for tweeting ISIS images

Le Pen faces charges of circulating “violent messages that incite terrorism or pornography or seriously harm human dignity." → Read More

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle invite 2,600 members of the public to their wedding

The couple want 2,640 people to watch them and their guests arrive at Windsor Castle. → Read More

Australians hand in 60,000 guns in first national amnesty since 1996 mass shooting

Australian gun amnesty event nets 60,000 weapons in 3 months → Read More

There are nearly 16,000 nuclear weapons in the world — and Russia, U.S. hold more than 90%

The "nuclear club" — the U.S., Russia, the U.K., France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea — have about 15,850 of the weapons among them. → Read More

Endangered rhino who found fame on Tinder deteriorating

The 45-year-old is the only remaining male northern white rhino in the world. → Read More

North Korea sent chemical weapons materials to Syria: reports

North Korea sent chemical weapons materials to Syria: reports → Read More

Lion kills woman at refuge of South African ‘lion whisperer’

Lion kills woman at refuge of South African ‘lion whisperer’ → Read More