Thousands rally around Holocaust survivor in…

About 1,000 Italian mayors are rallying around an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor

Hungary OKs 'muzzle law,' boosts lawmaker fines…

Hungary's right-wing governing parties have approved legislation greatly increasing fines and sanctions on lawmakers who disrupt parliamentary activities

Saudi Diplomat Barred From Entering U.S. Over…

Khashoggi was killed during a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul back in October 2018.

Tens of thousands of Czechs call on prime…

Tens of thousands of Czechs have returned to the streets of Prague to urge the country's prime minister to resign

Afghanistan's Karzai tells AP that US cash fed…

Afghanistan’s former president is arguing that Washington helped fuel corruption in his country by spending hundreds of millions of dollars over the past two decades without accountability

Israel Faces Potential Third Election

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his opponent Benny Gantz agreed to an election if the legislature can't form a coalition by Wednesday night.

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READ: Articles of impeachment against President…

The two articles of impeachment unveiled by House Democrats against President Donald Trump will serve as the basis for action by the House Judiciary Committee

Handke takes Nobel Literature Prize amid protest

Austrian Author Peter Handke has received his Nobel Literature Prize amid criticism in Sweden and abroad as an apologist for Serb war crimes in the 1990s

8 Missing People Presumed Dead After New Zealand…

Forty-seven visitors were on White Island, a popular tourist destination, when the volcano erupted.

Trump sharply criticizes FBI head after Russia…

President Donald Trump is challenging FBI Director Chris Wray after the Justice Department inspector general reported that the investigation into Trump's campaign and Russia was legitimate but also flawed

Somalia forces kill 5 rebels who attacked president's house

Somali police say five heavily armed Islamic extremist rebels attacked the presidential palace in Somalia's capital Tuesday before all were killed by security forces

India Citizenship Bill Puts Muslims At Risk Of…

Bill proposed by India's ruling BJP party would grant citizenship to migrants from all of South Asia's religions, except Muslims.

Holiday rom-com 'Love, Actually' inspires UK…

The holiday film “Love, Actually” is all around this year in Britain’s pre-Christmas election

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Ukraine And Russia Presidents Meet Face To Face…

The meeting marks the first time Putin and Zelenskyy have met face to face.

Most Notable Quotes of 2019 Have Been Chosen

Activist Greta Thunberg and actress Emma Watson have two of the 10 most notable quotes of 2019, according to a librarian at Yale Law School. But it's the line at the center of the impeachment inquiry—"I would like you to do us a favor, though"—from President Trump's July...

Parisians dodge strikes by logging on to share…

Use of technology is changing the nature of French strikes

Hundreds of Thousands Gather For Largest Hong…

The march was organized by the local advocacy group, Civil Human Rights Front.

France's Macron wants EU to move quickly on…

French President Emmanuel Macron has called on the European Union to move forward quickly on Brexit talks after Britain's general election on Thursday

US sanctions individuals suspected of human…

The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed economic sanctions on more than a dozen individuals suspected of human rights violations in six countries

Factory Fire In New Delhi Kills At Least 43

The fire tore through the building as many workers slept.

Russia, Ukraine fail to reach a new gas deal in…

The presidents of Russia and Ukraine failed to agree on a new contract for natural gas supplies when they met for peace talks in Paris on Monday

Gabbard to skip December debate, even if she…

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North Korea Says Denuclearization Off The…

​North Korea's ambassador to the U.N. said denuclearization has "already gone out of the negotiation table."

Nobel Winner in Court, Accused of Genocide

A genocide hearing got underway at the Hague Tuesday, and it's prompting news outlets such as the BBC , Deutsche Welle , and the Guardian to use the same phrase: "fall from grace." The reference is to Aung San Suu Kyi, who once won the Nobel Peace Prize and is now the...

Ready for prisoner swaps, Iran says US holding 20…

Iran said on Tuesday that American authorities are holding about 20 Iranian nationals in jail, its official news agency reported