U.N. Human Rights Officials Highlight Signs Of Genocide In South Sudan

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People wait to see President Obama on his way to make a televised address to the Cuban people in Havana on March 22. President Obama's opening to Cuba was carried out largely by executive orders that could be reversed when Donald Trump enters the White House. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How Trump Could Easily Reverse Obama's Opening To Cuba

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Fidel Castro's Role In Restoring Diplomatic Relations, If Any, Is Up For Debate

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Obama Administration Races To Shore Up Iran Nuclear Deal

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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley Named As Trump's Ambassador To The U.N.

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Trump Victory Leaves U.N. Officials Hoping To Keep Climate Deal In Place

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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe left Tokyo Thursday for New York, for talks with Donald Trump. He is the first foreign leader to meet with the president-elect, whose campaign pledges have prompted concerns over U.S. foreign policy. Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump In Contact With Foreign Leaders, But State Department Phones Quiet

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Then-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il toast in Pyongyang on Oct. 24, 2000. The U.S. and North Korea signed an agreement six years earlier to curb North Korea's nuclear activities in exchange for aid, but it collapsed in 2002, during the Bush administration. Chien-Min Chung/AP hide caption

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Will Iran Deal Meet The Same Fate As A Past U.S.-North Korean Arms Deal?

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Trump's Election Likely To Bring Major Changes To U.S.-Russian Relations

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This 2013 photo shows a survival shelter situated between McMurdo Station, a U.S. scientific research facility, and Castle Island on Ross Island, Antarctica. Secretary of State John Kerry is starting a visit to McMurdo Station and the South Pole on Tuesday. Rod McGuirk/AP hide caption

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United Nations Envoy Pushes For Diplomacy In War-Torn Yemen

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U.S. Abstains From U.N. Vote Calling To End Cuban Embargo

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3 Iran-Americans Receive Lengthy Prison Sentences In Iran

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