Jacinda Ardern has taken a strong stance to deny a further platform for the shooter responsible for the worst massacre in the country’s history, which claimed the lives of 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch.
The violence unsettled Dutch citizens who have largely been spared the type of terrorist attacks that have struck neighboring countries.
Nursultan Nazarbayev has led the oil-rich Central Asian nation since 1990 after its independence from the Soviet Union.
President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appear on a campaign billboard in Tel Aviv. (AP)
President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appear on a campaign billboard in Tel Aviv. (AP)
The Israeli leader was using Trump-style messaging and Trump-style tactics long before there was a President Trump. 
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit commands a youthful urban following that lends his party credibility in a long-awaited election this month. 

Prime Minister Theresa May could call in the queen to get things unstuck, but prefers not to.

Federal judges have ruled against the Trump administration at least 63 times, often agreeing with plaintiffs that agency decision-making is arbitrary and capricious.

Britain's path out of the E.U. is being held up by the events of 1604.

These LGBT refugees came to Kenya seeking freedom. Now they say they’ve been imprisoned and abused.

Kenya might become one of the first African countries to decriminalize homosexuality, but the 20 detained are witnessing firsthand the deep-seated rejection of their community.

Italy’s Salvini: Rescued migrants won’t enter Italy

“They can be treated, dressed and fed,” Salvini said. He added: “But they will not set foot in Italy with my permission.”

Israel’s justice minister spritzes herself with perfume called ‘Fascism’ in new campaign ad

Israel is known for its off-the-wall and often perplexing political campaign ads. But this one may take the prize.

Search warrants from the investigation into President Trump’s former lawyer offer new insight into the early days of the Russia probe.

A U.N. official said that “the world still really hasn’t caught on to how severe this disaster is.”

French prosecutors are investigating Tsunekazu Takeda for allegedly paying a bribe to secure Tokyo’s successful Olympic bid.

Mukesh Ambani helped his younger brother pay off his outstanding debts.

Friday’s attack has turned a moral dilemma that once mostly affected journalists into a broader question for almost anyone with access to a social network.

Mike Pompeo just reaffirmed Washington has Manila's back.

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It took 29 minutes and hundreds of views before someone reported the graphic video of the mass shooting.

The New Zealand leader has become the face of both her nation's grief and its resolve.

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Investigators probing the deadly tram shooting in the Dutch city of Utrecht have sharpened their focus on a possible extremist motive, as judicial authorities revealed that the main suspect was released from jail this month and faces a rape trial in July

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Prosecutors say that Dutch authorities have detained a Rwandan man suspected of involvement in his country’s 1994 genocide

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An initiative to build more bridges between the Greek and Turkish speaking communities of ethnically split Cyprus through soccer faltered after the leader of the breakaway Turkish Cypriots skipped the event amid a dispute over the venue’s location

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The Trump administration’s envoy to Venezuela says the U.S. and Russia remain split on how to resolve the Latin American country’s crisis after talks in Italy

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Brazilian authorities say they’ve arrested a teenager allegedly involved in planning a school shooting in which eight people and two attackers died

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