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The visit by Matteo Salvini, Italy's interior minister, to Israel is yet another sign of a shift in global politics.
As national elections loom, the Bharatiya Janata Party appears to be losing its grip on the northern heartland states crucial to its success. 
The shooting is one of the country’s worst in recent history and comes as Brazil considers loosening gun laws.
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Yes, some may have "Bregret." But others seem to want to get it over with.

Police are still searching for the man who fatally shot at least two people at France’s largest Christmas market.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing Japan to respond to the threat from China, but his efforts are controversial.

The British leader said she will fight on even as her own party revolts against her leadership over Brexit.

The International Crisis Group says it has not had any information about its analyst since his Monday disappearance.

Tensions between the Reserve Bank of India and the Modi government have increased dramatically ahead of national elections next year.

After years of crisis, there are small signs life in Venezuela could get better

Nicolas Maduro, the country's leader, is finally open to accepting foreign aid.

The president’s former personal lawyer could face several years in prison.

The U.S.-ordered arrest of Meng Wanzhou is widely viewed in China as part of Washington’s attempts to thwart the country’s race toward next-generation technologies.

The president, when asked in a Reuters interview, said he would be willing to intervene in the U.S. request to extradite Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou if it would help advance a U.S.-China trade deal.

The city center was locked down as authorities tried to locate the assailant, whose gunfire produced panic in the eastern city that hosts the country’s largest Christmas market.

CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan testified Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Presidential distrust extends beyond Russia to assessments on North Korea, Iran, climate change and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

Officials are preparing to unveil sanctions, declassified intelligence and indictments as part of a coordinated multiagency announcement this week.

The British prime minister was on her way to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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