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18 May 2017
Omar from Australia is in the running to be named the world's longest cat after Guinness World Records contacted his owner following a picture she posted of him on Instagram.
18 May 2017
Fatal plane crash outside Mexico City kills all on board.
18 May 2017
In Spain, tens of thousands of babies were stolen from their parents under the Franco dictatorship and as late as the 1990s. The infants were sold to people who had difficulty having their own children, through networks of nuns, priests and doctors.
17 May 2017
Chelsea Manning's prison sentence is over. The former U.S. military intelligence analyst who was responsible for a 2010 leak of classified material to WikiLeaks, was released from jail early Wednesday morning
17 May 2017
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan says he will follow the facts wherever they may lead when it comes to the Comey memo and the Russia investigation.
17 May 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May says that it is up to US President Donald Trump to decide what intelligence he shares, after reports he divulged top-secret data to the Russians.
17 May 2017
Friends and family pay their final respects to slain journalist Javier Valdez, who apparently paid with his life for his award-winning reporting on the country's violent drug gangs.
17 May 2017
House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz gives the FBI until May 24 to hand over records of conversations between President Donald Trump and ex-FBI chief James Comey.
17 May 2017
An outspread of cholera has killed over 180 people in Yemen and is exacerbating one of the worst humanitarian crisis.
17 May 2017
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer says the White House should immediately provide the transcript of President Trump's meeting with Russian officials last week.
17 May 2017
President Donald Trump asked then-FBI Director James Comey to shut down an investigation into ties between former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russia, an associate of Comey, who has seen the memo, said on Tuesday.
16 May 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his decision to share highly classified information about Islamic State with two top Russian diplomats, a day after his national security advisor refuted claims he had done so.

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