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13 Mar 2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's trip to Washington this week will highlight a short, but bumpy, the road for Berlin's relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.
13 Mar 2017
Victims of a transit accident receive medical attention after a bus speeding away from the scene of a hit-and-run accident ploughed into dozens of street musicians in the Haitian city of Gonaives, killing a total of 34 people.
13 Mar 2017
Protesters in Brooklyn bare bitter cold temperatures to voice their opposition to plans hatched by House Republicans to repeal and replace the Republicans Care Act.
13 Mar 2017
Iraqi forces liberate Mosul museum, where all that is left after two and half years under Islamic State control are traces of looting and destruction.
13 Mar 2017
Park Geun-hye leaves the Blue House and returns to her private residence in Seoul, where pro-Park supporters gather to protest against her impeachment.
13 Mar 2017
An intruder carrying a backpack was arrested after scaling a fence around the White House and entering the grounds.
12 Mar 2017
People protest outside the Dutch consulate in Istanbul after the Netherlands barred Turkish ministers from visiting.
12 Mar 2017
Pope Francis prays for the victims of a fire at a children's shelter in Guatemala, in which at least 39 people died, and urges the faithful to keep young victims of violence, abuse and wars in their prayers.
12 Mar 2017
South Korea's ousted President Park leaves the Blue House and moves to a private home in Seoul two days after the constitutional court upheld the decision to impeach her over an influence-peddling scandal.
12 Mar 2017
Crowds flock to the annual charity Birdman Rally in Melbourne, Australia. Contestants jump off a four-metre platform above the river, staying in the air for as long as possible before crashing into the water.
12 Mar 2017
U.S. troops deploy around Manbij in Syria in an attempt to keep tensions between Turkish and Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State at a minimum.
12 Mar 2017
Jonathan Tran, accused of scaling a fence around the White House and entering the grounds with a "dangerous weapon," appears in U.S. Federal Court Saturday for a bond hearing.

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