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"If you could have offered me a pill that could make me straight, I would have swallowed it before you could give me a swig of water," Buttigieg said.
Turkey and the Palestinian Authority have condemned the Israeli prime minister's pledge to extend sovereignty over the West Bank
"Our bodies and minds bear amputations and scars, but none of us is alone," said President Paul Kagame.
The UN-backed Libyan government says at least 21 have died in clashes between government forces and the rebel Libyan National Army
"The committee has a very good record of protecting information which it decides to protect," Nadler said.
Herman Cain and Stephen Moore have come under fire for both their economic views and personal controversies.
"I didn't really get any answers. I just got Russian propaganda," the man whose partner died of Novichok said.
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, also weighed in, calling the Democrats' effort to get Trump's tax returns "moronic."
Migrants in northern Greece disperse after a failed attempt to cross to North Macedonia ended in clashes with police
Hundreds of extreme snow lovers made a massive descent in bright carnival In the Kemerovo region on the territory of the famous ski resort Sheregesh
reek police fired tear gas on Friday (April 5) to disperse migrants who had gathered in a field near the country's border with Northern Macedonia in the hope of making their way illegally up through the Balkans towards northern Europe.
As President Donald Trump headed to the border with Mexico on Friday to make a renewed push for border security, protesters gathered in the small town of Calexico, marching down the street waving signs and chanting
Chaos erupted between supporters of South Africa's ultra-leftist parties on Friday (April 5) ahead of national elections scheduled for next month (May 8)
Heavy rains in La Paz caused the collapse of a road in the mountainous city on Thursday (April 04), leaving residential homes literally on a cliff edge
Researchers have devised a possible solution for durable plastic waste, inspired by the ocean.
Austria cited an increase of migrants numbers as a reason to extend border checks.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says a compromise deal with Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party is still possible.
The cocaine is believed to come from a boat carrying more than a tonne of the drug that capsized last month.
People say they're hopeful about changes tech may bring, but unhappy with the impacts social media has had on politics.
Park officials said a pride of lions devoured the remains of the alleged poacher, leaving only a human skull and a pair of pants.
800,000 mainly Tutsi and some moderate Hutu victims who died in an 11 week period.
The five wellness-related trends that caught our eye this month.
A seven-month investigation found reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country.
Ahead of the European Parliament election, we outline the functions of the different branches of the European Union. What does the European Parliament do?
The dramatic policy shift is apparently aimed at rallying his nationalist base in the final stretch of the tight election race.
The Duke of Cambridge spent three weeks embedded with MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, agencies responsible for domestic and foreign security.
What presidential front-runner Volodymyr Zelenskiy stands for remains vague. Some believe that's intentional.
After weeks of power cuts and limited access to water, tens of thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets on Saturday to back opposition leader Juan Guaido and protest against President Nicolas Maduro.
"I think with the death penalty, we've crossed the tipping point on the question of innocence," one expert said.
Dutch adventurer finishes three-year electric car journey in Australia