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“This is plain racism, the foreign media are going to explode” says one microblogger.
Australia's deputy prime minister calls the prime minister's handling of affairs between politicians and staffers “inept.”
Zuma had been accused of corruption and rape. Why couldn't voters keep him out of office?
The country’s participation in the 2018 PyeongChang Games is just the latest chapter.
The Israelis are challenging Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran, which is backed by Russia.
“Why Armani?” one complained of the new uniforms, which cost more than three times as much as the old ones.
In just eight days of February, activists have shown hospitals being destroyed and children being pulled from rubble.
Iran's foreign minister reportedly threatened a personal boycott of the South Korean tech giant.
The Russian leader claims a $112,000 average annual income and $241,000 in the bank.
Meanwhile, Russians are more likely than Americans to say their country doesn't interfere.