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Michael Jackson Wax Statue Removed by Danish Mall

Michael Jackson Wax Statue Removed by Danish Mall

Feb 11
Denmark's oldest shopping mall has removed a wax statue of Michael Jackson out of fears it could offend customers and may be vandalized because of accusations that the late pop star molested boys.

AP Exclusive: Undercover Spy Exposed in NYC was 1 of Many

AP Exclusive: Undercover Spy Exposed in NYC was 1 of Many

By Raphael Satter | Feb 11
When mysterious operatives lured two cybersecurity researchers to meetings at luxury hotels over the past two months, it was an apparent bid to discredit their research about an Israeli company that makes smartphone hacking technology.

Brexit's Toll: UK Economy at Weakest Since Financial Crisis

Brexit's Toll: UK Economy at Weakest Since Financial Crisis

By Pan Pylas | Feb 11
Mounting uncertainty over Brexit is weighing heavily on the British economy, which slowed last year to its weakest growth rate since the aftermath of the global financial crisis, official figures showed Monday.

Crash Victim Says Prince Philip Is Right to Give Up Driving

Crash Victim Says Prince Philip Is Right to Give Up Driving

Feb 10
A woman who was injured in a car accident involving Prince Philip says the roads will be safer now that the 97-year-old royal has given up his driver's license.

Questions, Criticism Of Brazil Soccer Club Where 10 Killed

Questions, Criticism Of Brazil Soccer Club Where 10 Killed

By Marcelo Silva De Sousa And Mauricio Savarese | Feb 10
Under mounting criticism Saturday, Brazilian soccer club Flamengo defended its management of the training ground where a fire killed 10 of its academy players.

Thailand Puzzles over Political Surprises from Royals

Thailand Puzzles over Political Surprises from Royals

By Grant Peck | Feb 10
A Thai political party swore loyalty to the king after its stunning decision to nominate the monarch's sister as its candidate for prime minister backfired when the king called the move inappropriate.

French Yellow Vest Anti-Govt Protests Turn Violent in Paris

French Yellow Vest Anti-Govt Protests Turn Violent in Paris

By Thomas Adamson | Feb 9
A French yellow vest protester's hand was ripped apart Saturday during violent clashes in Paris as demonstrators tried to storm the French National Assembly in a 13th consecutive week of unrest.

Soccer Academies Offer Hope of Stardom, Demand Sacrifice

Soccer Academies Offer Hope of Stardom, Demand Sacrifice

By Tales Azzoni And Diane Jeantet | Feb 9
A number of rising soccer stars were among the 10 victims killed in a fire at a soccer training ground in Brazil.

Thailand Puzzles over Political Surprises from Royals

Thailand Puzzles over Political Surprises from Royals

By Grant Peck | Feb 9
A Thai political party swore loyalty to the king Saturday, a day after its stunning decision to nominate the monarch's sister as its candidate for prime minister backfired when the king called the move inappropriate and unconstitutional.

US Refiner Citgo Emerges as Key to Venezuela's Power Battle

US Refiner Citgo Emerges as Key to Venezuela's Power Battle

By Alexandra Olson | Feb 9
The U.S. and dozens of other countries may have declared that Nicolas Maduro is no longer the legitimate president of Venezuela, but that has not loosened his grip on power.

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