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Claire Parker writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post.
She previously covered Congress for the Texas Tribune and Massachusetts state politics for the Boston Globe.
Leaders of seven of the world's largest economies will convene in Biarritz, France, on Saturday. Here are key interactions to watch.
Denmark has stood behind the United States on the battlefield and in the diplomatic arena.
Anti-racism groups are petitioning UNESCO to remove the centuries-old festival from its cultural heritage list.
The Dominican Republic's attorney general said the players were part of a drug-trafficking operation led by César "El Abusador" Peralta.
An estimated 2,500 to 4,000 fighters belong to the ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan, which remains a potent threat to peace.
Fewer than 60,000 people live on the mostly ice-covered island.
Some Danish lawmakers compared the idea to colonialism.
Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar aren't the first politicians to be barred from entering the country. Here are other prominent figures blacklisted by Israel.
The Swedish teenager is traveling to a United Nations climate conference aboard a zero-emissions sailboat. And it's making some adults mad.