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UN envoy: Yemen parties agree on initial Hodeida withdrawals

The U.N. envoy for Yemen says the government and Houthi rebels have reached agreement on the initial redeployment of forces from the key port of Hodeida.

UN says 146 killed in recent fighting over Libya's capital

The U.N. health agency says recent clashes between rival Libyan militias for control of the capital has killed 146 people this month, without saying whether they were civilians or fighters.

UN envoy: Yemen parties agree on initial Hodeida withdrawals

The U.N. envoy for Yemen says the government and Houthi rebels have reached agreement on the initial redeployment of forces from the key port of Hodeida.

Ed Henry: The quiet faith of Jackie Robinson

By Ed Henry

Shortly after my book “42 Faith” about Jackie Robinson’s life was published two springs ago, I was riding high with elation — until I received a phone call that left me feeling downright queasy.

UN says 146 killed in recent fighting over Libya's capital

The U.N. health agency says recent clashes between rival Libyan militias for control of the capital has killed 146 people this month, without saying whether they were civilians or fighters.

Ryan O'Neal selling Farrah Fawcett portrait for $18 million

By Ian Mohr

Iconic Hollywood star Ryan O’Neal is quietly shopping a famed Andy Warhol portrait of his ex, Farrah Fawcett, for as much as $18 million, Page Six has exclusively learned.

Canada expands sanctions, adds 43 people close to Venezuela's Maduro

Canada expanded sanctions against the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro on Monday, according to a statement from Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, targeting an additional 43 people close to the disputed leader.

Estonian parliament rejects Reform's Kallas as PM

Estonia's parliament rejected the leader of the center-right Reform Party, Kaja Kallas, as prime minister on Monday and the president was expected instead to tap Center Party head Juri Ratas to lead the Baltic country.

Stricken Pittsburgh synagogue calls for art to cover fencing

A Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were killed in a mass shooting last year is inviting young people worldwide to submit artwork to cover the fencing that surrounds the still-shuttered building.

Weather service confirms tornadoes in southern storms

By The Associated Press

Much of the eastern Great Lakes and mid-Atlantic have woken up to damaged buildings, closed schools, and dark homes and businesses after powerful storms that spawned at least one tornado.

Taliban team at Afghan peace talks in Qatar to include women: spokesman

Women will be included for the first time in the Taliban delegation to peace talks in Qatar this month, the movement's main spokesman said on Monday, ahead of the latest round of meetings aimed at ending the war in Afghanistan.

Ryan O'Neal selling Farrah Fawcett portrait for $18 million

By Ian Mohr

Iconic Hollywood star Ryan O’Neal is quietly shopping a famed Andy Warhol portrait of his ex, Farrah Fawcett, for as much as $18 million, Page Six has exclusively learned.

Greece looks to repay IMF early as bond yields tumble

The Greek government says it is in talks with European bailout lenders to repay its debts to the International Monetary Fund early as market borrowing rates tumbled to their lowest level since 2005.

Kosovo court orders Serb man detained for war crimes trial

A Kosovo court has ordered a Serb man to be detained while he awaits trial on charges of genocide and war and humanitarian crimes during Kosovo's 1998-99 war for independence.

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