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Will terror-stricken Nice turn to Marine Le Pen for president?

Supporters wave flags as National Front leader Marine Le Pen addresses voters at a rally in Nice, France, on Thursday. (Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images) NICE, France — Marine…

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Russia blames the U.S. after protesters storm Macedonia’s parliament

Nationalist protesters descended on Macedonia’s parliament, April 27, attacking lawmakers after they voted to elect a new speaker. They left Social Democratic leader Zoran Zaev with…

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Austria’s president suggested that every woman should wear a headscarf to fight Islamophobia

Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen  speaks during a joint news conference with Slovakian President Andrej Kiska after their meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia, on April 26….

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London’s Garden Bridge proposal is scrapped after Mayor Khan withdraws support

LONDON — London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Friday withdrew his support for a proposed garden bridge across the River Thames, saying City Hall would not provide…

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100 days into Trump’s presidency, Europe’s far right is also struggling

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New National Front leader quoted as saying Nazi use of poison gas was ‘impossible’

In this 2014 photo, France’s far right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen and National Front Vice-Presidents Jean-Francois Jalkh, center, and Florian Philippot arrive…

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A top Venezuelan official’s son makes video plea for his dad to ‘end the injustice’

The son of Tarek Saab, Venezuela’s human rights ombudsman, released a video in which he tells his father, “I ask you as your son, and in…

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A Saudi Arabian man has been sentenced to death after insulting Muhammad on Twitter

The Saudi religious police had gotten word of Ahmad Al-Shamri’s tweets and went to his door sometime in 2014. He was accused of using social media…

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A mugwump? Boris Johnson’s use of insult against opposition leader leaves Britain perplexed

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on April 10. (Max Rossi/Reuters) As Britain heads toward a snap general election, there’s one question on the minds of voters: What on…

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German army officer disguised himself as refugee to carry out terrorist attack, investigators say

BERLIN — Police on Wednesday arrested a German army officer suspected of posing as a Syrian refugee to carry out an attack that would be blamed on…

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How investigators figure out what chemical weapons are used — and who used them

Victims of the suspected chemical weapons attack lie on the ground, in Khan Sheikhoun, in the northern province of Idlib, Syria. The death toll from a…

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A thousand Palestinian prisoners are on a hunger strike. This woman is fighting for their rights.

Palestinian lawmaker Khalida Jarrar gestures as she is carried by Palestinian activists after her release from an Israeli jail at Israeli Jbara checkpoint near the West…

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4,000 Canadian families will soon get paid by Ontario for doing nothing

Kathleen Wynne, the premier of Ontario, speaks during an event at the Vector Institute in Toronto on March 30, 2017. On April 24, Wynne announced that Ontario…

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In Venezuela and Turkey, strongmen fear the limits of their power

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Iran’s top diplomat says you should ignore Trump’s comments on the nuke deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) In a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press published last week, President Trump suggested that Iran had broken…

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Her baby’s killing was watched by thousands. But this mother isn’t angry at Facebook.

Thai police blame the time difference between Thailand and the U.S. for the delayed removal from Facebook of two videos of a man killing his 11-month-old…

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What it’ll take for Venuezela’s protests to work, according to an opposition expert

Demonstrators march during the so-called “mother of all marches” against Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela April 19, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins For the past…

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80 years later, the Nazi war crime at Guernica still matters

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The free press is in really bad shape around the world. A new report says populism is to blame.

Reporters are under siege around the world, even in countries once celebrated as free press bastions. That is the message of a new report from Reporters…

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