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The outcome, which was widely expected, sets the stage for a court battle between Congress and the administration.
The couple forced the girl to work without pay as a housekeeper, cook and nanny until she fled and alerted authorities.
The body recognised Juan Guaido's envoy earlier this month in a move Nicolas Maduro called 'criminal'.
FBI says it was told that militia leader Larry Hopkins said his group trained to kill Obama, Clinton and Soros.
Tensions over alleged intelligence failures escalate as ISIL claims responsibility for deadly Easter Sunday blasts.
Washington lifts exemptions from sanctions to trading partners importing oil from Tehran.
Nearly 90 percent of referendum voters approve constitutional amendments that could see president in power until 2030.
Refugees and migrants request immediate medical assistance as several people are reportedly wounded by gunfire.
Courtâ€™s conservative majority appears ready to okay question - a move rights groups say would result in an undercount.
Injustice and abuse have forced many Palestinian prisoners into desperate and dangerous hunger strikes.
Prime minister says 'need to express' gratitude for US president's decision to recognise Israeli claim to sovereignty.
Chuzon Supermarket in Porac was the only major structure completely destroyed by the quakes that killed at least 16.
Parisians do not come to the avenue anymore because it is noisy, unpleasant and polluted.
Tunisia's presidency denies report that group with diplomatic passports who attempted to enter was French intelligence.
As Sri Lanka buries its dead, grief turns to anger amid reports that authorities were warned about possible attacks.
Network's AJ Short film, virtual reality unit Contrast, and AJ+ online series In Real Life among the 2019 winners.
The summit is the first between Putin and the North Korean leader and will focus on nuclear issue on Korean Peninsula.
Female activists call for a 'new Sudan' as demonstrators at Khartoum sit-in keep up pressure on ruling military council.
At least 21 civilians killed and 69 wounded since fighting erupted this month between rival factions, UN agency says.
Some people believe the bomber had lived and was often seen in the vicinity of the St Sebastian Church months before the attack.