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Members of the European Parliament have scolded Nicaragua for the country's lack of freedom of speech.
"There's no reason for us to believe that there's anybody else who is a target, other than I will say he is an armed and dangerous guy," the sheriff said.
"This calls into question the financial viability of Vale going forward because of the sheer scale of their potential liabilities," said a lawyer at SPG Law.
Furloughed federal workers will return to their posts and national parks and museums will reopen. But the effects of the shutdown haven't fully vanished.
The 'Foulards rouges' marched in Paris on Sunday to protest the gilets jaunes movement.
Germany has agreed to shut down all coal-fired electricity plants by 2038.
A French aircraft that allegedly flew into Italian airspace without giving due warning to air traffic control is being blamed for a crash that’s cost seven lives.
From fake companies to hidden cameras, the Associated Press worked with a researcher who appeared to be the target of international undercover operatives.
The ex-NYC mayor once had an "extraordinary grasp of facts," one observer said. That seems to have changed, but is it part of a strategy?
France, Germany and Spain said Saturday they would recognize opposition leader Juan Guaido as president if elections are not called in the coming week.
The sister of the missing football player Emiliano Sala who disappeared near the Channel Island vowed to keep looking for her brother.
More than 80 U.N. member states spoke at the day-long council meeting and virtually everyone except the United States agreed that climate change was happening.
Insight on the chaos in Venezuela, a "last chance" for diplomacy with Kim Jong Un, and a bipartisan show of support for allies overseas.
"I've never seen anything like it," said Josiele Rosa Silva Tomas, president of Brumadinho resident's association.
Major European countries have threatened Maduro with recognising Guaido as president if free elections are not held within eight days.
Oscar-winning French composer Michel Legrand has died at age 86.
The governments of several African countries are using Internet shutdowns more and more to control what people say or do online. How can regular citizens defend themselves?
Federal employees were asked to return to work after Trump signed a deal that temporarily reopens the federal government for three weeks.
Spanish rescuers find body of toddler trapped in borehole
The White House said Friday that federal workers, who have not received a paycheck in weeks, will be issued back pay "in the coming days."
The former Trump adviser and self-described GOP "dirty trickster' was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller.
There was passion, power and magnificent judo on Day 2 of the Tel Aviv Grand Prix as Israel leads the medals table despite a push by Italian judokas