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January 18th
WikiLeaks said last week that the WikiLeaks founder would agree to be extradited to the U.S. if Manning was granted clemency.
January 18th
Migrants in Europe are struggling to survive harsh winter conditions. Correspondent Alex Thomson, from NBC News' partner ITN, has visited a camp
January 18th
Last year was the hottest year ever recorded, marking the third year in a row that average global temperatures hit record-setting levels, NASA and NOAA said Wednesday.
January 18th
Speaking at the World Economic Forum, Gore referred to "book of revelation" scenes on TV news, while the head of Greenpeace said President-e
January 18th
While announcing an extension to Edward Snowden's Russian residence permit, his lawyer said he hopes the new U.S. administration will re-examine
January 18th
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari offered his condolences to the families, labeling the bloodbath a "regrettable operational mistake."
January 18th
Photographer Dimitar Dilkoff documented Iraqi special forces pushing deeper into ISIS-held districts in eastern Mosul.
January 18th
A series of three strong earthquakes hit central Italy on Wednesday. The strongest had a magnitude of 5.7.
January 18th
In a major speech to the World Economic Forum, the vice president warned of Russian interference in the democratic process.
January 18th
The inauguration is still a few days away, but this "Donald Trump" has already moved into the Oval Office. Madame Tussauds in London, famous for
January 18th
Julian Assange said he'd "agree to U.S. extradition" if Obama granted clemency to Chelsea Manning but there was no word on facing rape investigators.
January 18th
Snowden's status in Russia was clarified by the Russian government a day after President Barack Obama commuted the sentence of Chelsea Manning.
January 18th
Glaciologists have been "unable to predict" whether the crack will cause a part of the ice shelf to break away and form a giant iceberg.
January 18th
Rachel Maddow tells viewers about a past example of prostitutes and hidden hotel cameras being used in a case of political hardball in Russia.
January 18th
The British Antarctic Survey is temporarily abandoning its Halley VI station after a huge crack appeared 10 miles away.

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