As Brazil struggles with a political crisis, an economic downturn and cascading corruption scandals, dancers take a stand against slave-like conditions and craven politicians.
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The young, Muslim-majority republic faces serious challenges: high unemployment, trouble with neighbors and Islamist extremism.

Powerful congressional committees are demanding briefings on why the bureau didn’t do anything with a January tip about Nikolas Cruz.

The Munich Security Conference speech came amid discord among U.S. allies.

Some of those present at the conference described the Polish PM's response as “appalling,” “surreal” and “shocking.”

Here is the rags-to-riches story of Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Russian accused of backing troll farms to help sway the U.S. election.

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Some Russians have tried for years to shed light on the St. Petersburg propaganda machine.

Turkey frees reporter, but sentences 6 other journalists to life for alleged involvement in failed 2016 coup

Decision comes shortly after another reporter who had been controversially imprisoned for a year was conditionally released.

The “extreme measure” is needed to crack down on organized crime and drug trafficking, the country’s president said.

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Her comments underscored a deepening rift in the alliance between the U.S. and Europe.

A new report suggests that foreign blueprints or parts helped North Korea stun the world with an ICBM that could hit U.S. cities.

“If this man ever walks the street again, the first thing he will do is try to kill Americans,” the judge said. Ibrahim Suleiman Adhan Adam Harun is expected to appeal his sentence.

The indictment targets the Internet Research Agency, a known Russian entity, for meddling with the 2016 election.

The 32-year VA official is at the center of an inspector general's report concerning a 10-day trip to Europe the secretary and his wife took to Europe at taxpayers' expense.

“This is plain racism, the foreign media are going to explode” says one microblogger.

Tillerson averted a collapse of relations after marathon meetings, but differences remained unresolved.

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Australia's deputy prime minister calls the prime minister's handling of affairs between politicians and staffers “inept.”

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The troubled U.K. Independence Party has ousted its leader after a scandal over racist messages sent by his girlfriend.

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The Israeli military said Saturday that four soldiers were wounded, two seriously, in an explosion along the Israeli border with Gaza.

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Activists and artists in Mexico held a mournful, dirge-like procession for the critically endangered vaquita porpoise Saturday, as the species’ numbers fell below 30.

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Russian officials had disdainful words Saturday for a U.S. indictment that charged 13 Russians with interfering in the 2016 presidential election. Children’s stories, the plot of a preposterous Hollywood movie and “just blabber” were a few of the glib analogies they pressed into service.

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A military helicopter carrying officials assessing damage from a powerful earthquake crashed Friday in southern Mexico, killing 13 people and injuring 15, all of them on the ground.

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Israeli politicians accused Poland’s prime minister of anti-Semitism Saturday for equating the Polish perpetrators in the Holocaust to its supposed “Jewish perpetrators,” setting off a new chapter in an angry dispute over Poland’s new bill criminalizing the mention of Polish complicity in the Nazi-led genocide.

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