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Kevin Kühnert has become the face of a grass-roots rebellion among the Social Democrats as they prepare to vote on a proposed governing coalition.
The British prime minister struck a note of realism, saying trade with the European Union would suffer in a withdrawal, but vowed to get on with…
Children in the suburb of eastern Ghouta are finding ways to pass the time in a cramped basement shelters. But they are not insulated from the…
The prime minister and his wife were interviewed by the police about graft allegations involving a telecommunications tycoon. Mr. Netanyahu has denied all wrongdoing.
At least 11 people died in the attack near a camp for displaced people in the northeastern state of Borno.
Assaults on a military headquarters and on the French Embassy left at least 7 members of the security forces and 6 attackers dead.
Sisters are often relegated to unsung, and underpaid, roles in a male-centric church that does not recognize their talents or capabilities, according to nuns interviewed by…
Kensington Palace said that the couple would welcome a total of 2,640 people from all walks of life to Windsor Castle in May to watch the…
A rare Siberian chill is hitting Europe with unusually cold, snowy and windy conditions. Britain warned of a “risk to life,” and the country faces a…
A Belarusian model claims to have details about dealings involving the president and Russian officials — if only someone could get her out of detention in…
Even as evidence mounts that Moscow interfered in past votes in Italy and elsewhere, it still stands to win in almost any result in Sunday’s election.
The fire in the capital, Baku, broke out in an old wooden building and was caused by a short circuit, the authorities said.
Supporters of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, who is accused of concealing some of her income, say she is a thorn in the side of the…
The leader of the main separatist alliance in Catalonia has given up his campaign to be reappointed as the region’s president.
The Radio Free Asia journalists, at least three of whom are American citizens, have reported on China’s crackdown on ethnic Uighurs in the Xinjiang region.
The social network is ending Explore, an experiment in countries like Bolivia and Cambodia, where it had separated news and other publishers from its main site.
Officials said the attack was narrowly targeted, but they would not comment on reports of Russian involvement.
In the run-up Europe’s next major vote, we look at how misinformation has spread in other recent elections.
President Vladimir V. Putin used his annual address to lay out a plan to reduce poverty and revive middle class fortunes.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Tea, an English breakfast and ice cream, along with icons from the obscure to the most famous, appear on coins designed for collectors and the public.
Russians had wondered before Mr. Putin’s speech what he planned for his last term, and they got an answer: Russia will be a superpower again.
The wealth of 153 of the richest members of the National People’s Congress and its advisory body rose to $650 billion last year — just below…
The government said the election, originally scheduled for April 22, would be postponed until May 20.
The allegations against Gustavo Arribas represent the first time a senior official in President Mauricio Macri’s administration has been caught up in the wide-ranging investigation.
The Polish law makes it a crime to blame “the Polish nation” for the Holocaust and other Nazi crimes.
WhatsApp connects families around the world in amazing ways, and also is a complete nightmare.
Nearly 70 years after the British Mandate ended, Prince William will make an official visit to the area, ending what many Israelis saw as a royal…
The Saudi news media showed Prime Minister Saad Hariri smiling and conferring with King Salman. There was no mention of the unpleasantness of the previous visit.
President Moon Jae-in informed President Trump that South Korea would send a special envoy to the North to help arrange talks with Washington.
Roberta S. Jacobson is one of the most experienced Latin America experts in the State Department, having spent most of her 31-year tenure focused on the…
With 500 rooms, one guest, pigeons on the top floors and many cockroaches, the Grand Hotel in Kosovo reflects the travails of a new nation.
17 healthy volunteers were paid to help prove a method of testing vaccines for schistosomiasis, which can be lethal, but some researchers are conflicted about the…
Davide Casaleggio, a media-shy internet entrepreneur, is the Wizard of Oz-like figure behind the curtain of the country’s leading party before Sunday’s elections.
The acceptance by China and Saudi Arabia of the U.S. effort to list Pakistan as too lax on terrorism financing is prompting worry, and debate, in…
Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood was long a run-down part of town. After creative types moved into the area, trendy restaurants, galleries, distilleries and other business have followed.
Censors swung into action after Mr. Xi’s bid to become leader for life resurrected memories of Mao’s personality cult and the feverish emotions that it created.
Colleagues of Jan Kuciak published an article he was working on when he and his fiancée were killed, including a look into an aide to Slovakia’s…
Susan Wu, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, has opened a school in Australia.
The use of such weapons would violate an international treaty and possibly American laws regarding recipients of American military aid.
Soon after China’s Communist Party announced a plan to end presidential term limits, its censors and propaganda machine kicked into high gear. Here’s how it unfolded.
An expert “estimate” that United Nations personnel sexually abused 60,000 people turns out to be more of a guess.
A deepwater exploration agreement with the state-run oil company Rosneft was once one of Exxon’s most promising agreements.
Egypt’s prosecutor, blaming the “forces of evil” for negative coverage, warned of legal action against news outlets on Thursday.
The American military is looking at everything from troop rotations to surveillance to casualty evacuations should it be ordered to take action against North Korea.
This week’s Australia Letter highlights coverage and events exploring the state of democracy and gender. Plus, stories that make us smile.
The Central European University in Budapest became a target last year in the government’s broader campaign against the financier.
The police in Oslo said they were in contact with the F.B.I. about the forgeries, which suggests that they originated in the United States.
Rail accidents have killed hundreds in recent years in Egypt, a product of poor management and maintenance of the nation’s rail system.
A plan by the European Union to avoid a hard border in Ireland provoked anger in Britain. Europeans say they still await British solutions.
El estreno está fijado para el próximo 23 de marzo nueva serie de ficción hecha en Brasil que reproduce la Operación “Lava Jato”.
El Consejo Directivo de la Asociación de Funcionarios del Servicio Diplomático del Perú (AFSDP), tuvo el agrado de programar una visita a Palacio de Gobierno y…
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