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Why Kim Jong Un's sister going to the Winter Olympics is a big deal

Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, will attend the Winter Olympics as part of the delegation. Her visit to Pyeongchang is significant for several reasons.

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North Korea holds military parade ahead of Winter Olympics

North Korea held a military parade on Kim Il Sung Square on Thursday, one day before the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics opening ceremony. The parade began with thousands of goose-stepping troops and also featured tanks, armored vehicles, jets flying in formation to make a "70.” Kim Jong Un also made a speech about North Korea's emergence as a "global military power" and said his military would remain at high-level of combat readiness against the United States and its "followers."

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Holocaust museum reacts to Polish vote to regulate Holocaust speech

Poland's Senate backed legislation regulating Holocaust speech, a move that has already strained relations with both Israel and the United States. The bill proposed by Poland's ruling conservative party and voted for early on Thursday calls for up to three years in prison for any intentional attempt to falsely attribute the crimes of Nazi Germany to the Polish state or people. David Silberklang, a senior historian at Holocaust remembrance center Yad Vashem, said the bill was "very worrisome."

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Mexico won’t pay for Trump wall, but these H-1B workers would

A bipartisan group of Congress members is pressing the White House and members of Congress to consider a new proposal that would help cover the $25 billion President Donald Trump says he needs for a wall and border security in a deal to protect so-called Dreamers who were brought to the country illegally as children.

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Anti-Trump demonstrators rally in Zurich ahead of his Davos visit

More than a thousand people took part in a Trump Not Welcome protest in Zurich on January 23, ahead of the US president’s arrival in Davos on Friday. Demonstrators waved flags and carried placards with anti-globalists sentiments, such as “No Trump, no coal, no fossil fuels,” as they marched through Zurich’s financial district. This timelapse video shows protesters march in Helvetiaplatz, waving banners and flags.

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Rubio calls for sanctions against Venezuela’s Diosdado Cabello

Florida Senator Marco Rubio, one of the most outspoken critics of the Caracas regime, is pressing President Donald Trump to hold Diosdado Cabello accountable for human rights abuses and undermining democracy in Venezuela after the European Union included the former president of Venezuela’s National Assembly in its own sanctions against seven senior Venezuelan officials.

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Iran accuses United States of stoking protests

Iran's U.N. ambassador says the Security Council's emergency meeting on protests in his country is an "abuse of power" by the United States. The emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council comes after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted his support for the recent anti-government protests in Iran. Iran's Ambassador to the U.S., Gholamali Khoshroo said, "it is a discredit for the Security Council" to discuss what he called a purely domestic matter.

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