she narrowly averted defeat in a parliamentary vote

Theresa May Narrowly Survives Yet Another ‘Brexit’ Test

nytimes.com • World News

For months, Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain has been buffeted between hard-liners who want a clean break with the European Union and those who favor a softer exit to protect the economy. This week she got it from both camps.

everyone is safe and out of the cave

Thai cave rescue: Soccer team all out of cave -- live updates

cbsnews.com • World News

A daring rescue mission in the treacherous confines of a flooded Thai cave saved all 12 boys and their soccer coach who were trapped deep within the labyrinth. It ended a grueling, 18-day ordeal that claimed the life of an experienced volunteer diver and riveted people around the world.

Mr Davis was appointed to the post in 2016

Brexit Secretary David Davis resigns

bbc.com • World News

His resignation comes days after Theresa May secured the cabinet's backing for her Brexit plan despite claims from critics that it was "soft".

U.S. airstrikes are pounding the group in Yemen, yet the militants fight on fiercely

As a U.S. shadow war intensifies in Yemen, al-Qaeda is down but not out

washingtonpost.com • World News

The land mines had been planted. As hundreds of U.S.-backed forces approached in pickup trucks mounted with machine guns, the al-Qaeda militants watched and waited in their redoubt, tucked into the jagged mountains of southern Yemen.

"Being a wife of a terrorist is not honoring me, my family and it is not going to honor my kids when they grow up."

Divorce on the rise in Iraq as wives cut ties to ISIS militants

nbcnews.com • World News

When Umaima met her future husband 13 years ago, he was a car mechanic. Today, he is an Islamic State terrorist. With ISIS driven from much of the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria, Umaima has joined a growing number of the militants' wives who are filing for divorce.

Separately, a new doctor's report highlighted that two of the boys and the coach were suffering with exhaustion from malnutrition.

Thai cave rescue: Boys and coach not yet well enough to attempt escape

cnn.com • World News

A medical assessment of the 12 boys and their football coach stuck in a cave in Northern Thailand has concluded that it is too dangerous to try to move the group out Thursday, according to a member of the Thai Navy SEALs who is not authorized to speak to the media. The SEALs have also started to pump oxygen into the chamber.

At least 35 Palestinians wounded as Israeli forces prepare to demolish the entire Khan al-Ahmar village near Jerusalem.

Israeli forces assault Palestinians, prepare to demolish village

aljazeera.com • World News

Israeli forces have assaulted dozens of Palestinians protesting the demolition of a Bedouin village near occupied East Jerusalem and the forcible transfer of the entire community.

While the boys have been found, extracting them from the cave still remains a difficult task.

After 10 Days Trapped in a Cave in Thailand, a Difficult Rescue Lies Ahead

theatlantic.com • World News

In northern Thailand, hundreds of international rescue workers spent the past 10 days searching for a group of 12 boys, ages 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old soccer coach who became trapped in a cave after flooding caused by relentless monsoon rains.

Faid has been sentenced to serve 25 years "for masterminding a May 2010 botched armed robbery."

Infamous French Criminal Escapes Prison In A Helicopter

npr.org • World News

An infamous criminal managed to escape from prison on the outskirts of Paris after an "armed commando" landed a helicopter in the complex's courtyard and whisked him away, France's Ministry of Justice said on Sunday.

“Europe faces many challenges, but that of migration could become one that determines the fate of the European Union.”

Merkel Says Migration Could Make or Break the E.U.

nytimes.com • World News

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany warned on Thursday that the issue of migration could make or break the European Union, delivering her strongest assessment yet of the simmering political crisis on the Continent just hours before a difficult meeting with fellow leaders.

“I've always said, living here is 95 percent heaven and 5 percent hell,” said one resident of a kibbutz near the Gaza fence.

Israeli border communities fearful of Palestinian protests and threats of fire

nbcnews.com • World News

When Lilach Naftalyahu was a girl, she dreamed that a terrorist would infiltrate her kibbutz, sneak into her house and kill her. As an adult with daughters of her own, she worries her childhood nightmare will become a reality.

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