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UNICEF Survey: 80 Percent of Filipino Youth Suffer Violence

Dec 6
A U.N. agency that promotes children's rights says a high prevalence of violence against Filipino children, with eight out of 10 suffering some form of physical or psychological abuse, with the highest number of incidents found among LGBT youth.

Beijing Faces Decision on How to Respond to Trump's Tweets

By Nomaan Merchant | Dec 5
Chinese leaders face a challenge: How to deal with Donald Trump.

Report: ISIS Militants Throw Man Off Roof for 'Being Gay,' Mob Throws Rocks at Body

Dec 5
A group of ISIS militants accused a man for the "crime of being gay" before executing him by throwing him off the roof of a building in Aleppo, Syria, according to a report from The Daily Mail.

Trump's Call Inspires Hope in Taiwan, Concern in Beijing

By Johnson Lai And Nomaan Merchant | Dec 4
With a 10-minute phone call and two tweets, Donald Trump inspired banner headlines and renewed hopes across Taiwan for a stronger partnership with the United States.

Semper (and Suffer) Fidel: Artists Conflicted About Castro

By Hillel Italie | Dec 4
For many artists, Castro was a contradiction they never quite resolved, a man equally hard to embrace or to ignore.

Duterte Says Trump Wished his Drug Crackdown 'Success'

By Jim Gomez | Dec 3
President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday Donald Trump wished his deadly crackdown on illegal drugs would succeed during a telephone call.

Gambia Leader's Hold on Power Ends with Surprising Speed

By Robbie Corey-Boulet and Abdoulie John | Dec 3
On Friday night, almost as quickly as he came to power, Yahya Jammeh announced he was leaving.

Gambian Official: President to Concede Defeat After 22 Years

Dec 2
President Yahya Jammeh has "accepted defeat" in elections after more than 22 years in power in Gambia, the head of the country's election commission said Friday. The longtime leader was expected to address the nation later in the day.

Indonesia Blasphemy Protest Draws 200,000; Ends Peacefully

By Stephen Wright and Niniek Karmini | Dec 2
At least 200,000 conservative Muslims rallied peacefully in the Indonesian capital on Friday in the second major protest against its minority Christian governor, who is being prosecuted for alleged blasphemy.

Search for HIV Vaccine Resumes With Test in South Africa

By Stuart Graham | Dec 1
The latest attempt in the long, frustrating search for a vaccine against HIV began in South Africa on Wednesday, as scientists test a beefed-up version of the only shot ever to show a glimmer of protection.

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