This week in pictures: Heavy volcanic ash covered villages in the Philippines and the world's biggest annual human migration has started.
Authorities in Düsseldorf called on around 11,650 people to leave their homes after the discovery of a one tonne bomb at a construction site.
Brazil's culture minister spoke about national art in a speech that closely resembled that of Hilter's propaganda chief.
Bloomberg, who launched his presidential campaign less than two months ago, has not participated in the Democratic debates partly because he's decided not to raise money from donors.
It's difficult to address injustice if you're unwilling to say injustice exists. Politicians and pundits, Republican and Democratic alike, have been unwilling to reprimand voters or hold them accountable. But racist voting isn't an accident.
A school in the southwest of Yemen is implementing music lessons, in the hope of easing the stress of children living within the community.
Starr investigated President Bill Clinton, and Dershowitz's past clients include Jeffrey Epstein and O.J. Simpson.
Many visitors had come to see a special exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci to mark the 500th anniversary of the Italian master's death.
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Cases of the new type of coronavirus flu have stoked fears of an outbreak not seen since the SARS epidemic.
The lack of Patriot missile batteries at the base attacked by Iran shows how little forethought the U.S. put into the consequences of killing Soleimani.
The bans will take place at Magaluf and a number of other party destinations.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's decision to speak at Friday prayers shows how seriously authorities take reaction to the accidental downing of Ukrainian jet.
The NATO Secretary General was speaking in Italy.
Early balloting, which has been on the rise for years, could hit record levels in 2020.
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