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Libya civil war: Rivals to join major powers in Germany

The Berlin summit follows the collapse of efforts to secure a ceasefire between the warring factions.

Harry, Meghan to Quit Royal Jobs, Give Up ‘Highness' Titles

Buckingham Palace says Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will no longer use the titles ‘royal highness’ or receive public funds for their work under a deal that allows them to step aside as senior royals

Harry and Meghan to lose royal titles

The couple also intend to repay £2.4m of taxpayer money for the refurbishment of their UK home.

Nepal avalanche: Snow hampers search for missing South Korean trekkers

Helicopters are sent to Annapurna region amid poor weather conditions and plunging temperatures.

Washington’s Growing Soul Food Scene

What we now call soul food originally came out of black culture in the southern United States. At its core, soul food is a hearty, spicy food rich with the calories and protein African Americans needed to make it through long days of hard work, first as slaves on plantations and then after Emancipation working as sharecroppers on farms in the rural south.  But over time soul food has become high cuisine and it's at the heart of some great Washington, DC, restaurants. VOA's Unshin Lee reports.

Australia fires: Victoria braces for severe storms

Heavy rains have dampened many of Australia's blazes, while bringing flooding to some areas.

Key Quotes from US House Impeachment Memo 

Here are highlights from the 111-page House Impeachment brief filed Saturday afternoon

ICE Ups Ante in Standoff with NYC: 'This Is Not a Request'

Federal immigration officials are turning to a new tactic in the fight over New York City's so-called sanctuary policies

After A Fall At Baylor, Ken Starr Became A Fox Regular, And Then, A Trump Defender

Ken Starr was stripped of his presidency at Baylor University in 2016, accused of overseeing an administration that ignored a campus sexual assault scandal.

Libya Oil Exports Blocked, Raising Stakes for Berlin Peace Summit 

Move to cripple country's main income source was protest against Turkey's decision to send troops to shore up head of Tripoli's UN-recognized government