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New Thai government may be unstable, short-lived

Mar 23, 2019

Thailand's election Sunday is likely to produce a weak unstable government whether a civilian or military-backed party cobbles together a coalition, setting off a new phase of uncertainty in a country that's a U.S. ally in Southeast Asia

'Rise up!' NZ students heal with haka after mosque attacks

Mar 23, 2019

After mass shooting, the young people of Christchurch find solace in an old tradition: a Maori ceremonial dance called the haka

Museum is glad to finally hear: Yes, it's really a Van Gogh

Mar 22, 2019

A painting at a Connecticut museum that has long been thought to be by Vincent Van Gogh has been authenticated by Dutch researchers

Belgian carnival may lose UN recognition amid anti-Semitism

Mar 22, 2019

The U.N.'s cultural agency considers the possible withdrawal of the recognition of a Belgium carnival as intangible cultural heritage following accusations of anti-Semitism during a parade

Interior boss order aims to protect US public land access

Mar 22, 2019

Acting U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt is ordering federal land managers to give more consideration to public access concerns when buying, selling or trading public land

Hungry wolves may get new home at Isle Royale National Park

Mar 21, 2019

Authorities are preparing for another mission to relocate gray wolves to Isle Royale National Park from a second Lake Superior island, where the predators are in danger of starvation

Chinese visit to Italy seeks closer ties, stirs suspicions

Mar 21, 2019

Chinese Premier Xi Jingping's visit to Rome will see the two countries sign a deal making Italy the first major democracy to join China's ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure project.

'Both sides of the binary:' Exhibit explores gender, fashion

Mar 19, 2019

A colorful new exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts explores how blurring gender lines are redefining the fashion industry

Man linked to largest art heist in history freed from prison

Mar 18, 2019

An elderly reputed Connecticut mobster who federal authorities believe is the last person alive with information about the largest art heist in history has been released from prison and is criticizing federal officials

The Latest: Officials say man linked to heist not mistreated

Mar 18, 2019

Federal prison officials say there is no evidence to support mistreatment allegations made by a reputed Connecticut mobster who authorities believe is the last surviving person of interest in a $500 million art heist

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