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Young leaders of massive Hong Kong protests get prison

"When those of us who face jail time have yet to give up, how can the rest of you give up?" one activist says

Homeless Manchester attack “hero” denies theft charges

Man arrested and charged with two counts of theft for allegedly taking items from victims as they lay injured on the ground

Clinic gives relief to Muslims with tattoo regrets

Laser removal provided for free as long as patients read and memorize a chapter of the Quran

Children of priests: Boston Globe unveils bombshell report

Michael Rezendes discusses his report on what he calls a worldwide and "systemic problem" within the Catholic Church

N. Korea backs away from plan to launch missiles toward Guam

"This is not a big victory for Kim Jong Un. It's also not a humiliation," said a professor of international studies at South Korea's Yonsei University

Sighs of relief in Guam after Kim Jong Un backs down from missile threat...

North Korean state-run media reports leader Kim Jong Un was apparently presented with the plans to launch four ballistic missiles toward the island of Guam, but he decided to hold off for now. South Korea's president also weighed in on the threat on Tuesday. Ben Tracy reports.

2 Americans sentenced in Panama for 5 murders

U.S. citizen William Dathan Holbert was sentenced to 47 years in prison while his ex-wife Laura Reese was sentenced 26 years

How Coast Guard tracks “tsunami of cocaine” about to hit U.S.

Step inside the nerve center that's tracking drug traffickers

Inside the U.S. Coast Guard’s operation center tracking cocaine

A wave of cocaine may be about to hit the United States, according to a Coast Guard admiral. On Monday we showed you Colombia's record growth of coca, the raw ingredient in cocaine. Now we're taking a look at how the U.S. Coast Guard is tracking the drugs in the ocean. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

Taliban “open letter” to Trump urges U.S. to leave Afghanistan

The 1,600-word note says U.S. withdrawal would "truly deliver American troops from harm's way" and bring about "an end to an inherited war"

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Young leaders of massive Hong Kong protests get prison

"When those of us who face jail time have yet to give up, how can the rest of you give up?" one activist says