Protesters stand on Harcourt Road overlooking the Legislative Council during the Sunday rally. (Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty Images)
Protesters stand on Harcourt Road overlooking the Legislative Council during the Sunday rally. (Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty Images)

Hundreds of thousands of protesters flood Hong Kong in show of defiance

This is the 11th week of protests, which are reaching what demonstrators believe to be a tipping point amid an intensifying crackdown.

Islamic State claims suicide attack on Kabul wedding that killed 63

The attack goes to the heart of the Afghan capital’s entertainment scene, which revolves around massive weddings.

Gibraltar rejects U.S. request to seize Iranian oil tanker

The tanker, now flying the Iranian flag, is preparing to depart the Mediterranean port, raising the question of what further action the United States may take.
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Rising food and social care prices and severe delays in medical supplies are just some of the effects of a 'no-deal' Brexit predicted in the leaked documents, according to the Sunday Times.

The Tel Aviv shop is run by the daughter of celebrity rabbi Shmuley Boteach.

Without an adequate peace accord, one lawmaker said, “we will witness more horror.” 

The move came hours after Gibraltar ordered the ship’s release and risks fresh tensions between Tehran and Washington.

The agreement follows nine months of massive street protests that recalled the Arab Spring.

Demonstrations against the striking of candidates from the city ballot have been held for six Saturdays in a row.

  • Perspective

Over three decades of protests, the styles have changed, but the message stays the same.

Skepticism about the talks in Oslo remains high among opposition leaders and U.S. officials, some of whom say Maduro may be trying to prevent further international isolation.

Zimbabweans weather repeated crackdowns amid an implosion of public services. 

  • Analysis

U.S. troops will leave, but prospects for Afghanistan’s future are far from clear.

Fewer than 60,000 people live on the mostly ice-covered island.

As unrest enters an uncertain new phase, a few influential groups have emerged to subtly steer a movement that otherwise lacks a nucleus.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) said her trip would have required her to sign a pledge not to “promote boycotts against Israel” while there.

Lawmakers have said they believed Gen. John E. Hyten was wrongly accused by an Army colonel. The materials shed light on how they may have reached that conclusion.

Some Danish lawmakers compared the idea to colonialism.

Muftiyah Tlaib lives in the same house in the same West Bank village she has called home since 1974.

The latest volley of vitriol underlines how far from peace the Korean Peninsula is, as diplomatic detente stumbles.

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Canada said Sunday it is disappointed the United Kingdom has decided to “off-load their responsibilities” after its close ally revoked the citizenship of a British-Canadian man who is imprisoned in Syria

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AP Exclusive: A senior administration official says the U.S. has opened up secret communications with Venezuela’s socialist party boss

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An Iranian supertanker hauling $130 million worth of light crude oil that the U.S. suspects to be tied to a sanctioned organization has lifted its anchor and begun moving away from Gibraltar, marine traffic monitoring data showed late Sunday

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A fourth victim has died from injuries sustained during a fight between fans of the rival Honduran soccer teams Motagua and Olimpia, a hospital spokeswoman said Sunday

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US Official: Secret communications opened with Venezuela socialist boss Cabello over guarantees for Maduro insiders

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Marine traffic monitoring site shows Iranian tanker suspected of breaching US sanctions to be moving away from Gibraltar

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