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Rights Abuses Still 'Widespread' In Thailand's Fishing Industry, Report Says

Thailand's fishing industry remains the home of widespread labor and rights abuses, Human Rights Watch says. In this photo from 2016, a fisherman is seen in the freezer hold of a boat unloading fish after arriving at a Thai port.Paula Bronstein/Getty Imageshide caption

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Tsunami Alert Is Downgraded Along Alaska's Coast After Powerful Quake

A map from the U.S. Tsunami Warning System shows the offshore location of a powerful earthquake that struck overnight, along with the revised tsunami advisory area.U.S. Tsunami Warning Systemhide caption

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U.S. Tsunami Warning System
Puerto Rico's Governor Announces Plan To Privatize Island's Troubled Electric Utility

In a photograph taken in October, a resident tries to connect electrical lines downed by Hurricane Maria in preparation for when electricity is restored in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico.Ramon Espinosa/APhide caption

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3 USA Gymnastics Board Members Resign, As Fallout From Abuse Scandal Continues

Larry Nassar appears in court last Wednesday in Lansing, Mich., to listen to victim impact statements during his sentencing hearing. He is accused of molesting more than 100 girls while he was a physician for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University.Scott Olson/Getty Imageshide caption

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U.S. Embassy In Jerusalem Will Open By End Of 2019, Pence Says In Israel

Vice President Pence addressed the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in Jerusalem on Monday. He said a new U.S. Embassy would open in the city by the end of next year.Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reutershide caption

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Catalonia's Puigdemont Is Put Forth For President, Despite New Calls For Arrest

Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont arrives at Copenhagen Airport in Denmark on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. On the same day, his name was put forth to return as Catalonia's president.Scanpix Denmark/Reutershide caption

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