Obama Administration Is Quietly Delaying Thousands of Deportation Cases

A shift to allow more than 56,000 people who fled Central America to stay in the United States for several more years amounts to an unannounced departure from policy.

Rio 2016: International Olympic Committee failed clean athletes, says anti-doping body

Anti-doping agencies criticise the International Olympic Committee for "failing clean athletes" by allowing Russians at Rio 2016. Source: BBC

India arrests 70 in alleged tax scam targeting Americans

Police say fake call centers made nearly $55 million off Americans using fraudulent threats

U.N. envoy makes bold offer to halt Aleppo onslaught

Exasperated by ongoing siege on rebel-held part of sprawling Syrian city, Staffan de Mistura volunteers to put himself in line of fire to stop bombardment

Haiti Says More Than 100 Died in Hurricane Matthew

As the extent of the storm damage became clearer, the tally was drastically revised from the half a dozen or so dead initially reported.

U.K. politician hospitalized after “altercation” with colleagues

U.K. Independence Party, the driving force behind Britain's "Brexit" vote, has been bitterly divided since the referendum

António Guterres Pledges to Help Vulnerable as Secretary General

The Security Council formally approved the Portuguese politician’s nomination to succeed Ban Ki-moon as leader of the United Nations.

UN envoy: I’ll escort extremists from Aleppo if Russia, Assad stop bombing

Exasperated by ongoing siege on rebel-held part of sprawling Syrian city, Staffan de Mistura volunteers to put himself in line of fire to stop bombardment

190 Countries Adopt Plan to Offset Jet Emissions

The measure takes effect in 2021 and will for the first time reduce the climate impact of international jet travel. The first six years will be voluntary.

Eidur Gudjohnsen says Iceland boss Lars Lagerback highlighted England’s failings

England were "the most overrated national team" Iceland's joint manager told his players ahead of the Euro 2016 win, says Eidur Gudjohnsen. Source: BBC

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