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Sen. Bill Nelson said in 2018 he'd learned Russians hacked some Florida voting systems, but was accused of making it up. In fact, one system was breached.
The German government will pay utility companies billions of euros to speed up the shutdown of their coal-fired power plants
Ownership of "Head of Young Woman" — which is valued at $26 million — was also transferred from Jaime Botin to the Spanish state.
The battered faces of Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and Angela Merkel stare out of posters in Milan created by Italian artist Alexsandro Palombo to raise awareness of violence against women.
Trump "knew exactly what was going on" in Ukraine, Parnas told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
Turkish football star Hakan Şükür is famously living in exile from Turkey, after getting on the wrong side of president Erdogan - and he's not the only sports star on the wanted list in Turkey.
As a career bureaucrat who has been in charge of Russia's taxes for the past 10 years, Mishustin has always kept a low profile.
Philadelphia Energy Solutions is just one of a dozen refineries across the U.S. that have consistently exceeded the EPA's "action level" for benzene.
The EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, explains how Brussels is helping coal-dependent countries to move away from fossil fuels.
Ursula Von Der Leyen, commission president, has said that the goal is to stem a “brain drain” from east to west.
"It is hard to see this as anything other than a ploy to remain in control beyond 2024," one expert said.
Impeachment investigators released texts earlier this week suggesting Hyde was tracking the movements of the then-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine.
The Government Accountability Office says the government broke the law in withholding aid to Ukraine.
Six tourists have been arrested for acts of vandalism at the Machu Picchu in Peru.
The European Parliament has voted on a resolution saying that rule of law in Hungary and Poland is still deteriorating. Which means that the EU is failing to bring these countries to realign with the Union’s core values.
The French far-right candidate ran against Emmanuel Macron and lost in 2017.
The government watchdog found the money was withheld "for a policy reason, which is not permitted under the Impoundment Control Act."
While Human Rights Watch says the EU is showing “positive signs”, issues such as migration and growing intolerance were highlighted in the organisations annual global report.
The fires have been unprecedented.
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