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Peruvian President Rejects Call to Cancel Copper Mining Project Permit Amid Protests

Residents from area bordering $1.4 billion Tia Maria mine project began protesting on Monday with a blockade of a portion of country's main coastal highway

Apollo 11 Astronaut Returns to Launch Pad 50 Years Later

Michael Collins had the spotlight to himself this time — Neil Armstrong has been gone for seven years and Buzz Aldrin canceled

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies at 99

Stevens served on the Supreme Court for nearly 35 years and became its leading liberal

AP Explains: Questions and Answers on New US Asylum Ban

The new policy, which took effect Tuesday, denies asylum to anyone who shows up on the Mexican border after traveling through another country

'We need to know more on surgery for war-zone children'

A new medical guide aims to improve the chances of saving children's lives, and limbs, in war zones.

Planned Parenthood to Defy Trump Abortion Referral Rule

Trump administration says family planning clinics that receive federal money are no longer allowed to refer women for abortions

Lebanon's Hariri Signals Reservations Over IMF Proposals

PM was speaking on first day of a three-day parliamentary session that is expected to approve a state budget that aims to slash the deficit, as a step towards putting Lebanese state finances on a sustainable path

US Imposes Sanctions on Myanmar Military Commander Over Rohingya Abuses

The steps, which also covered Min Aung Hlaing's deputy, Soe Win, and two other senior commanders and their families, are the strongest the United States has taken in response to massacres of minority Rohingyas

Debt fears over India's decision to borrow from abroad

Borrowing in dollars is expected to be cheaper but foreign debt also carries some risk.

Talking about sex no longer so taboo in the Arab world

Discussing sex has long been socially awkward in the Arab world, but there are signs that attitudes are changing.