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Siobhán O’Grady writes about foreign affairs for the Washington Post. She previously freelanced across Africa and worked as a staff writer at Foreign Policy magazine.
Jason Spindler was killed when al-Shabab militants attacked an upscale hotel in the Kenyan capital.
Security is already tight at shopping malls and hotels in Kenya.
The Somalia-based group claimed responsibility for Tuesday's attack on a hotel in Nairobi.
Washington has called Maduro's mandate illegitimate butstopped short of cutting diplomatic ties.
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun earned a large social media following after she was almost deported from Thailand.
His staff tried to edit out his dirty shoes in a family portrait and gave him two left feet instead.
Companies and government agencies are stockpiling everything from fridges to bike parts to bottles of European wine.
Some states of emergency last for years on end.
Meanwhile the number of migrants who reached Italy in 2018 dropped to around a fifth of what it was the previous year.
“Most people don’t live lives that necessitate, require or even allow four passports,” one expert in immigration law said.
The train crash in Belgium in February 2010 killed 19 people.
“We don’t send in random Americans without diplomatic immunity to collect low-level stuff," a former CIA officer said.
The 11-month-old went missing when an apartment building collapsed.
British officials say it is only a matter of time before someone dies trying to cross from France to Britain.
Austrian officials seized the house, fearing it had become a gathering spot for neo-Nazis.
Jean-Jacques Savin will spend three months crossing the Atlantic, propelled only by ocean currents.
Those who use marijuana recreationally can still face prison time.
Somalia is one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists.
Nearly 40 years ago, a different president lost a trusted adviser in a dramatic resignation. It was a blow then, too.
Another woman was killed in the same attack. Such incidents are rare in Morocco, a popular tourist destination.