What's News: World-Wide -- WSJ

02/15/18 02:47 AM EST

This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (February 15, 2018).

A gunman opened fire at a South Florida high school, leaving 17 people dead and more than a dozen injured in one of the deadliest U.S. school shootings.

South Africa's Zuma bowed to intense pressure and resigned as president after his party, the ANC, moved to oust him.

Trump urged senators to vote against any immigration proposal other than his own, courting a showdown with lawmakers.

Netanyahu, who is facing corruption allegations that threaten his government, is arguing that he is the best person to keep Israel safe.

Iraq's allies pledged up to $30 billion in aid, but the sum falls short of what is needed to repair the damage from the war with ISIS.

Islamabad is hoping to head off a U.S. attempt to exert further pressure over terrorism by putting Pakistan on a terror financing watch list.

A House panel asked for more information about White House security clearance for a former aide accused of domestic abuse.

The VA secretary improperly accepted a gift and misspent taxpayer funds in a trip to Europe last year, an inspector general's report said.


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February 15, 2018 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)

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