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Sarah Parnass is a foreign video editor for The Washington Post. She edited politics video for the 2016 election cycle. Before joining The Post, she wrote about politics for ABC News Digital.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic attended an event at a military airport Aug. 21 celebrating the reception of two MiG-29 fighter jets, gifts to Serbia's air force from the Kremlin.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh on the second day of his confirmation hearing Sept. 5.
At the start of the first papal visit to Ireland in 39 years, Aug. 25, Pope Francis addressed abuse scandals, counseled married couples and visited a center for homeless people.
The Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy, collapsed Aug. 14, sending cars and slabs of concrete tumbling and leaving at least 20 people dead.
In Romania on Aug. 10, protesters reportedly gathered at Bucharest's Victoriei Square. Video posted to social media showed protesters chanting and waving Romanian flags.
Lawmakers in Argentina rejected a bill on Aug. 9, to loosen abortion restrictions, allowing girls as young as 13 to end a pregnancy within the first 14 weeks.
President Trump offered effusive praise for British Prime Minister Theresa May at a joint news conference on July 13, the day after a London tabloid published an interview where Trump blasted May's Brexit plan.
Here are key moments from President Trump's news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Britain on July 13.
Since meeting with Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, President Trump has described the North Korean leader in some surprising ways.
Economist and longtime politician Campbell Barr is the first Afro-Costa Rican to be elected to that office.