The ballot box has turned into a revolutionary weapon to depose the status quo. 

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The ballot box has turned into a revolutionary weapon to depose the status quo. 

The giant Muslim nation has cast a wary eye on President-elect Donald Trump.

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Powerful business groups have been caught up in the political scandal that threatens to bring down the president.

Chinese firm buys British pub where Xi Jinping and David Cameron had fish and chips

Chinese tourists had been flocking to the pub after Xi's visit.

Who put a golden statue of Netanyahu in Tel Aviv?

A 14-foot statue of the Israeli prime minister appeared in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, catching officials and residents by surprise.

This former Ugandan child soldier is accused of war crimes. But is he also a victim?

Dominic Ongwen, a former child soldier who rose to become a senior rebel commander in the Lord's Resistance Army, is on trial for war crimes.

The proposal comes amid political battles over migrants and assimilation.

The late Abdus Salam was a member of the ostracized Ahmadi religious minority.

Can the Socialist prime minister make a case for the left amid a shift to the right?

Due to the thinness of the bones, the scientists posit these were “high status" knees, not those of a laborer who lived outdoors.

A former film actress, she became the four-term leader of one of India’s largest states.

Islamist rebels vow to fight “until the last drop of blood” as government forces close in.

Lockheed wants to move its assembly line from Texas to India in an "unprecedented" move.

Matteo Renzi’s attempt to strengthen his hand did just the opposite.

Monday’s accident was the second in weeks involving Russia’s sole, aging aircraft carrier, which is engaged in the Syrian conflict. 

He will be the first Japanese leader to visit the site of the attack on Hawaii 75 years ago.

The court will determine whether Parliament gets a say in the country’s E.U. departure plans.

The election was the country’s first since the death of authoritarian leader Islam Karimov.

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The investigation into a plane crash in Colombia that left 71 dead took a surprising turn Tuesday when Brazilian authorities announced that a Bolivian aviation official has sought help in neighboring Brazil.

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Mexican prosecutors say they have rescued 15 children who were forced to work as vendors or beggars in the Baja California resort of Cabo San Lucas.

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An earthquake rattled Trinidad and Tobago and nearby Caribbean islands on Tuesday but there were no immediate reports of any significant damage or injuries.

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The millions in ransom money came in dollar by dollar, euro by euro from around the world. The donations, raised from church offerings, a Christmas concert, and the diaspora of Assyrian Christians on Facebook, landed in a bank account in Iraq. Its ultimate destination: the Islamic State group.

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The Yemeni government says 60 nationals are feared drowned in the Arabian Sea, after their vessel went missing for days.

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A Utah man jailed in Venezuela since June had his hopes for being reunited with his family for Christmas all but dashed Tuesday by the fourth postponement of a preliminary hearing.

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