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A Ugandan government spokesman responded that there are more gun deaths in the U.S. than kidnappings in Uganda.
The move is expected to further isolate Iran and could have widespread implications for U.S. personnel and policy in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Analysis: The hard-edged young White House policy aide has survived all his rivals, and Trump's central 2020 campaign issue now belongs to him.
EU emissions reduction targets get much tougher next year with average emissions for a carmaker's fleet limited at 95 grams per kilometre.
This is a race between two competing perspectives: Those who have Bibi fatigue and those who see Netanyahu as indispensable to the nation.
UAE and Saudi Arabia to give $200m in aid to Yemenis of all backgrounds
There were 120 leak referrals for possible prosecution in 2017 and 88 in 2018, up from 37 in 2016 and 18 in 2015, according to a top intelligence watchdog.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
The UK prime minister will also travel to Paris on Tuesday on a last-ditch mission to argue for another Brexit extension.
The administration is moving to reverse an Obama-era ruling that allowed Cuban baseball players to sign with major league teams in the U.S.
The departure comes the day after the head of the Department of Homeland Security resigned under pressure.
European Space Agency's "Hera" craft would visit asteroid 65803 Didymos and its tiny satellite.
One's just been excommunicated, another coached a national football team and a third was president of a neighbouring country, Romania's EU election candidates are a colourful bunch.
"This action will significantly expand the scope and scale of our maximum pressure on the Iranian regime," the White House said in a statement.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, said the EU would stand "fully behind Ireland" whatever the outcome
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But will it be enough?
Russia's 'whale jail' set to close after international outcry
The attempt to unite nationalists groups might prove futile, as diverging interests and their leaders' clashing personalities have so far prevented them from teaming up.
Australian police arrested 38 animal rights activists on Monday (April 8) after they blocked peak hour traffic in Melbourne in protests to mark the first anniversary of a film, Dominion, about factory farming.
The Israeli prime minister was branded as a "racist" after he suggested annexing Jewish settlements on the West Bank.
"European countries fear for civilians' safety but I can assure that our first concern is the civilians," a spokesman for the Libyan National Army told Euronews after the rebel group launched a military offensive to take Tripoli from the UN-recognised government.
France under pressure to condemn Haftar's assault on Tripoli as EU seeks unity on Libya crisis.
The rivers that feed the sea were diverted in a Soviet project to boost cotton production in the arid region.
An international welfare group evacuated dozens of animals languishing in a ramshackle Gaza zoo on Sunday to sanctuaries abroad, in the fourth and largest such rescue mission in the beleaguered, war-torn Palestinian enclave.
The Waraira Repano National Park in the Venezuelan capital has become the provider of drinking water for the people of Caracas. For many years the park was a recreational space for the inhabitants of the city. Nowadays it has been transformed into a public bathroom.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and a number of visiting dignitaries attended a memorial ceremony on Sunday (April 7) to commemorate the lives of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus murdered during the Rwandan genocide, a three-month-killing spree that began 25 years ago.
Police fired tear gas at "yellow vest" demonstrators on Saturday (April 6) in the western French city of Nantes in another weekend of anti-government protests.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said he recognised the need to "quickly reduce taxes" in a presentation of the Great National Debate takeaways.
A senior administration official said they believe Trump is convinced that family separation has been the most effective policy at deterring asylum seekers.