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Behrouz Boochani, a Kurdish-Iranian journalist and asylum-seeker, won two prestigious Australian literary prizes for his debut, a book composed in text messages sent from a detention center on Manus Island. Hoda Afshar hide caption

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Former Venezuelan Diplomat Discusses Current Political Turmoil

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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó talks to the press as he holds his daughter, Miranda, next to his wife, Fabiana Rosales, outside his home in Caracas on Thursday. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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World Health Organization Sounds Alarm About Dire Conditions As Syrians Flee Conflict

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Venezuela's Opposition Leader, U.S. Embark On Risky Strategy For Military Uprising

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Former U.S. Ambassador Says Withdraw From Afghanistan Is Surrender

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Questions Remain After North Korea Says It Will Dismantle Nuclear Weapon Fuel Sites

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Does The U.S. Or China Have More Leverage In Ongoing Trade Talks?

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A U.S. court has ordered the Syrian government to pay $300 million for killing American journalist Marie Colvin in 2012. Colvin is seen here in London in 2010. Arthur Edwards/ WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Could Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei Put U.S. Cyber-Security At Risk?

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A construction worker saws steel rods at the site of a school that was funded by the United States Agency for International Development in the Palestinian village of al-Jabaa, in the West Bank, on Jan. 22. Hazem Bader/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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