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Veteran Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan Left Shaken by Visit to ‘Remain in Mexico’ Camp: ‘It’s Like a Warzone With No One in...

As an Air Force veteran who enlisted straight after high school and went on to serve her country for more than a decade, Pam Campos-Palma has seen a lot in her 32 years. Having been deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan, where she specialized in counter-violence and extremism as an intelligence analyst, she says: "I've seen the worst of the worst."

Chinese New Year Events Canceled in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai Over Coronavirus Outbreak Fears

All major Chinese New Year events have been canceled in Beijing from Thursday, along with all other large-scale activities, including temple fairs, in a bid to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Several major tourist attractions and public venues have also been temporarily closed, the city's tourism bureau reports.

Iran and Saudi Arabia Express Potential for Talks Amid Middle East Tensions

Iran and Saudi Arabia's top diplomats have separately expressed their potential willingness to hold their first talks in years amid increasingly destabilizing Middle East tensions that have pitted the two rivals against one another.

Teen Complains to Police After Fake ID He Bought Online Never Arrives

Ontario Provincial Police received a report from a teenager who was upset that he got scammed when he tried to purchase a fake ID online, reported Global News, a division of Canada's Global Television Network.

Prince Charles Appears To Snub Mike Pence At Holocaust Remembrance Event

Prince Charles appeared to snub Vice President Mike Pence at a gathering commemorating the Holocaust in Israel on Thursday.

Video Shows Waist-High Sea Foam Flooding A Spanish Town After Deadly Winter Storm Gloria

A video shared on the internet Thursday by the Today showdepicts a town in Spain whose streets were overflowing with waist-high sea foam from a powerful winter storm that has killed at least 10 people.

Young Honduran Migrants Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted in Mexico After Fleeing National Guard: MSF

Médecins Sans Frontières is sounding the alarm on the life-threatening situation faced by young migrants and asylum seekers attempting to reach the U.S. border through Mexico. The humanitarian organization said it has had to assist numerous young people who have faced kidnapping, sexual assault, and extortion at the hands of criminal gangs.

Jungwoo Trends As K-Pop Singer Is Reportedly Returning From Hiatus for NCT 127 Comeback Album

K-pop boy band NCT 127 is reportedly due to release a new album later this year and will be joined by Jungwoo, who has been hiatus since last year following health concerns, local media report.